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Tuxes are nice and pricey off the rack in Sydney. For good ones:Herringbone - $1300ish - nice classic black tuxes, softish shoulder, shawl and peak lapelMJ Bale - $1000ish - less classic, some gaudy, some coloured, some basic, soft shoulder, shawl and peak lapelHenry Bucks - $1000ish have their own dinner suits, ok quality, harder shoulder, shawl lapelHardy Amies - $1000ish - probably on sale at DJs right now, relatively modern fit, they do a classic and a midnight blue,...
Incorrect, it actually has matching cuffed shorts due out this spring. You heard it here first.  I would hope Rob would strongly persuade you otherwise. Quote:Originally Posted by Prince of Paisley Perhaps MJB see themselves competing more with the MTM market, where clients can shell out a bit more for fabric choice and improved fit on classic items. I think MJ Bale sees themselves as the cutting edge of fashion. The design team is likely a bunch of semi-edgy female or gay...
I thought this was an overcoat, but no, no, it's a jacket. http://www.mjbale.com/highfields-navy-jacket-19287   Apparently it will "...take your formal wear to a new level of sophistication"   MJ Bale's design team are a pack of galahs.
Don't think this has been asked before. Where can I get a big, preferably self tie bow tie in Sydney? Looking for something evening wear-ish, but a little loud is ok (eg burgundy velvet/something polka dots). Size wise I'm after something like the Tom Ford ones. Am I dreaming if I'm trying to find one of these without paying the $300+ Tom Ford price?
http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/entertainment/sydney-confidential/myer-snaps-up-labels-from-rival-david-jones-in-battle-to-win-over-high-fashion-blokes/story-fni0cvc9-1226993928198?nk=5049f421a6af9fb2ce5284608e1d5c10   Contrast pick-stitching, marketing featuring overuse of the word "gentleman" and the fastest changing product catalog in Aussie menswear history coming to a Myer near you.   Very, very bad news for TM Lewin and Rhodes and Beckett.
If your mum told you to jump off a bridge/take off the RM Williams, would you do it?
Could be I've just stretched them a little. I actually really like having a proper length blade, but yes could probably be shortened just a bit.
As I've requested of about three posters, all who've promised and not delivered... Can we please have some damn pics!
I find a single four-in-hand on your Grossas make the back blade longer than the front (I won't be having any of the Pitti BS) and I'm 6 ft 2!
Well they're no Passagio Cravatte but impressive nonetheless.
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