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I've found them great to store my phone in. You avoid the bowing that can come with storing things in the breast pockets.
FYI for anyone ordering CJ gloves - if you go for a button closure, you can opt for horn buttons for 3 quid extra - you need to add a lining that costs 3 pounds to your order, then email them afterwards and let them know you don't actually want the lining, but horn buttons instead. The default buttons are a cheap looking plastic. My replacement order from them has shipped - no more cold hands. A week too late, though!
http://harrolds.com.au/
So...what's everyone planning on buying before the AUD crashes? I just bought an $800 watch (present, not for me)... pissed I didn't buy it a month ago!
I somehow doubt that he is buying Tom Ford at Harrolds on an audio engineer's salary...
So you start at about 3am and... just sneak into work on time?
Mackintosh & resellersMJ BaleHerringboneLondon FogCTTM LewinBrooksJ PressGieves & HawkesTraditional RainwearGrenfellBurberryAPCeBayhttp://www.jackrussellclothing.com/luxury/london_raincoat/jr372.aspxhttp://www.sehkelly.com/shop/jackets/http://www.rainmac.com/Off the top of my head... Look around and fine one that suits. Go for 100% cotton, or mostly cotton, if you can.Personally I prefer mine with non-raglan sleeves. Although traditional and better for freedom of movement,...
Since it's so good:
In that case, you need to be looking into one of these :PYes the cost is definitely the thing with topcoats. Just my opinion, but I reckon the first nice business coat you get should be waterproof, so that's it a bit more versatile (in rainy Melbourne). The lack of cheaply available waterproof topcoats (Loro Piana storm system is the only waterproof wool I am aware of, and anything made out of that is fiendishly expensive) leads me to believe the more widely available Mac...
Given, how expensive a decent waterproof topcoat is (storm system), I really feel like gloves, v necks, scarves and a waterproof mac with a liner should be a much higher priority since they are much more versatile. There aren't more than 2 weeks of days in Melbourne that are truly topcoat worthy. And most days that are, are also wet. I'm not saying the topcoat doesn't have a place in a Melbourne wardrobe, I just don't think anyone should make it their priority.Fair...
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