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I can see that dress being quite useful on a dinner date. You see if you spill soup on your own tie you can just subtly pinch one of hers and do a swap. It's really a great sartorial convenience.
They don't make you but it is the desire of the groom that at least one night we suit up. My mumbling and grumbling has gone ignored. This detail was in the unabbreviated version that I accidentally deleted.Now where are my white jeans....
Oh son of a bitch I typed out a big post then hit clear. Abbreviated version: Weight loss and lack of caring about suits mean I don't have any decent suiting options to wear (when I thought I did) on a trip to Las Vegas in 2 weeks. Because it will be for going out to clubs I don't want to spend too much. I'm also losing weight and building muscle (9kg down, 6 to go!) so I don't know how much use I will get out of it in the future but I do have a wedding to attend in late...
Loafers are back from Rekaris. 24 hour turn around and $10 for front and back plastic taps.
I'm surprised I don't hear any excitement about the new Steve Madden store opening on Bourke Street!
I'll let you know how much the taps cost tomorrow. All I remember when I asked about the price last time is that it was quite low.
Nice to see everyone survived the update. My C&J Loafers arrived today. Off getting taps/plates/blakeys put on at Rekaris and then it will be a long wait for the weather to fine up so that I can wear them. Maybe I'll bring them on my US trip in a few weeks, should be nice and hot over there. I must say the quality is an easily visible step up from my Loake shoes and the fit is spot on. They're appear to be made for BB Peal & Co but the markings are slightly different to...
Quote: Originally Posted by ColdEyedPugilist Good tie that; one of the last of its kind before they switched suppliers and the quality suffered dramatically. Good to know my instinct was right, thanks.
Well I survived my first Herringbone warehouse sale almost entirely unharmed. Wallet took a slight hit. Navy wool cardigan for $50 and a tie which I don't quite understand. Model name is Granger and it appears to be a 6-fold weave of some kind. It has a fine square pattern to it. I liked the weight and feel of it and at $149->$70 figured it was worth a shot. Anyone know anything about them? It also came in dark green.
Quote: Originally Posted by jaypee HAHAHA, great quote! It's got my vote for the next Australian tourism campaign. Oh and I'm 24 and for the purposes of this thread lets say I'm an engineer.
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