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I think #1 and #3 are great... in particular 3.
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2nd and 3rd are great.


I see I'm late here but agree.  I'd certainly buy one, maybe both of these.

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I will buy any one of the first three (#2 being my personal favorite):

 

 

And this one is the perfect red/blue in my book:

 

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Also, 'Cheap & Cheerful' sounds like a Japanese discount store.

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Also, 'Cheap & Cheerful' sounds like a Japanese discount store.

 

Haha @Duke Silver - don't sue me when I use that idea down the road!
 

Thanks again for the feedback guys, it's really valuable. And our denim shirts are still in work - hoping to get those with our end July Portugal shipment. 

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Of those searched I like the first one best.

In an effort to curb my spending on clothes and other things I don't need, I'm only doing Individualized shirts now. OTR stuff is rarely in the right ballpark for me these days, though I mostly use that as an excuse. Still bought one of those recent scarlet florals out of the sale section (two sizes too big, naturally) as to use as an overshirt or something. biggrin.gif
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Quick fit photo today:

Crosshatch Kamigata
Individualized Chambray Shirt
Japanese Military Twill Match Short
White/Grey Sport Trainers
Suede hat (coming this month!)

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Someone who actually sets his GMT-Master to GMT(besides me). Bravo!
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Noticed the "vyella style" in the pics. If they are like Viyella then yeah, those would be nice. On the 2/3 train.
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@applky fits are looking great recently.
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For no-show socks: Mocc Socks forever. Easily the best I've used, and though I've tried (and liked) Falkes I do prefer Moccs.
How do they compare with Uniqlo's no show socks?
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@psychodealer unfortunately I'm not familiar with Uniqlo's no shows.

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@applky fits are looking great recently.

Tracks FC. Much appreciated. That kind of fit is my work MO, and thought I'd post more once the new EFF wares (forthcoming) and some new summer Vandas came in.
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@psychodealer unfortunately I'm not familiar with Uniqlo's no shows.
Tracks FC. Much appreciated. That kind of fit is my work MO, and thought I'd post more once the new EFF wares (forthcoming) and some new summer Vandas came in.

Okay. Thanks anyways. What makes moccs so good? Do they not slip?
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Okay. Thanks anyways. What makes moccs so good? Do they not slip?

 

In my experience, they don't slip and they cover as much of your foot as possible without showing. And they're just cotton and elastic. I've had mine for years and they've held their shape, though I don't put mine in the dryer.

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In my experience, they don't slip and they cover as much of your foot as possible without showing. And they're just cotton and elastic. I've had mine for years and they've held their shape, though I don't put mine in the dryer.
Huh. I'll check them out. I have the pile low cut socks from Uniqlo and they're really good. Don't slip and are thick. the thickness can be a bit of a problem though.
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