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They had quite a few pairs left when I bought mine - and are clearly old stock, having the normal HB $100 tag for discounted trousers, and then the $50 tag for 'This is so old, GET SOLD already'.I tried on 32 and 34s so definitely had both of those - which I believe you are - pretty sure you wear a 40 HB suit...I like your idea of wearing them as winter casuals/weekend wear.Oxford button down layered with a v-neck is my current 'main' idea.FXH - definitely agree with this...
So I picked up a pair of light grey flannel cargos for all of $50 at the Herringbone Warehouse!! - They very similar to these epaulet ones. I didn't put much thought into how they would fit into my wardrobe really and just bought them based on price (probably a dumb move - but they were exceptional value). Anyway - I'd love some thoughts on what shirt combinations I can wear with these - I felt plain white was a bit washed out (and I rarely wear white as it is because...
I laughed so hard when I read this.I'm sure he's a great guy - but this is spot on Jason!
Loving both suggestions, thank you. Particularly like the cable knit - always good to add a bit of interest.
Has anyone got any heavy jumper recommendations? I'm looking for something I can wear casually during winter over a t-shirt with jeans - basically for running errands etc. I like the look of the J Press Shaggy Dog sweaters but thinking the neck opening looks quite small - would prefer something quite relaxed.
Nice joiji! What shoes are you wearing?
If you bought them in the Dark Leaf would you mind please posting a picture that is representative of their true colour.I bought some Chamberlain's in mahogany and they came a LOT lighter than presented on the Herring website (still awesome, but I wanted something darker).
As does mine.I wear a 9UK which is a 43.25 EUR and I find they fit very nicely.The 'F' is apparently the 'average' foot width for UK sizing - so I went with that for both pairs of my Cheaneys. Interestingly C&J have 'E' as their 'average' width so it will be interesting to see how I go with those.What do you want to wear the shoes with? I am too conservative to wear my Chaimberlains with a navy suit - they seem to be just too light and contrasty.
It all depends on the kind of last you like really.Herring Churchill's look nice and the last is not too rounded but not too pointy.I have some Herring Chamberlains which I love but they aren't as dark brown as I had hoped...so I just splashed on some C&J Hallams (at great expense to the management....).http://www.herringshoes.co.uk/product-info.php?&brandid=6&shoeid=2023In summary I think a good strategy could be to choose a). what kind of brown you want and b). what...
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