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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...
Afternoon Gents, Can anyone recommend where I could buy some Australian winter (Sydney) weight appropriate flannels? Epaulet have a nice looking pair of oxford mid greys but not in my size and they advise that they aren't making anymore... They do have dark charcoal in my size but I'm not sure what I could wear these with - they don't seem quite as versatile being very dark? Keen for advice as usual!
Can anyone advise how much the thigh stretches in the SL? I'm hoping up to 0.5 of an inch?
The quality is not amazing but not that bad either - I would say on par with Country Road.As for the prices - that's a load of rubbish - I can't believe the price rise!!!In reference to 3sixteen - I'm very keen to try the SL-100X to replace my pair of APC New Standards which have had 2 years of solid wear and are blowing in the crotch BUT I would not say that they are HIGH rise...they seem very similar in cut to the New Standard...
Good idea - might just get a plain blue $60 one and see how it goes with the changes - hopefully after this I won't need any more. The only thing holding me back from the $40 price point is that they seem to be a cotton blend, and I would prefer pure cotton if possible.
What do you think - maybe add 2 cm in the chest and take 4cm out of the waist?Do you reckon I need to add anything to the shoulders?
Good afternoon gents. I'm hoping some of you guys could give me a bit of a fit critique. This is my second CottonWork shirt ($75 facbric - not too bad but not Thomas Mason...that's for sure). The only change I made from my first one is reducing the waist by 2cm. What would you guys do to make this fit better? I feel that it's quite billowy at the back and doesn't tuck in particularly nicely - how do I rectify this? Would there be any value in getting darts put...
How thick are we talking?Too thick for an Australian winter even?
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