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post #76 of 196
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How sexy is the box and packaging! I've kept mine.

 

Drake's is great, but Vanda is definitely giving the brand a run for its money.

All of Vanda's offerings look great, but they're too wide for my taste and frame.

post #77 of 196
Off out with the family, casual with a Drake's…

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post #78 of 196

Some contrast between the shirt and the tie, please.

post #79 of 196
The Haberdasher Street (amazing how that worked out) is really good. Basically their sales section presented like the things in their Mayfair store.
post #80 of 196
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Originally Posted by Quantimil View Post

Some contrast between the shirt and the tie, please.
Agree.
post #81 of 196
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Originally Posted by Churchill W View Post

Agree.

I wouldn't necessarily disagree. Though Social Sunday with the family not looking to be to much in anyone's face was the tack taken....
post #82 of 196
I visited the Haberdasher Street factory shop last week during my visit to London. Nice setup and a decent selection. My only frustration was that they were not able to do VAT refund claim forms. If I had been thinking more clearly, I would've asked if they could ship it back home ex-VAT.
post #83 of 196
FYI, Drakes ties are 40% off right now at Barneys. Happy hunting.
post #84 of 196
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Originally Posted by gopherblue View Post

I visited the Haberdasher Street factory shop last week during my visit to London. Nice setup and a decent selection. My only frustration was that they were not able to do VAT refund claim forms. If I had been thinking more clearly, I would've asked if they could ship it back home ex-VAT.

They have an additional sale on this weekend at Haberdasher Street - ties are £35 or three for £90, pocket squares £20, knitwear £65 and £150 for cashmere, and lots of scarves from about £30 upward IIRC.

Lots of good stock when I popped by on Thursday.
post #85 of 196
I popped in today. No knitwear in my size, unfortunately, but did walk out with five ties...
post #86 of 196
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Originally Posted by RogerC View Post

I popped in today. No knitwear in my size, unfortunately, but did walk out with five ties...

Walked off with 3 ties (a solid midnight satin, red on blue stripe grenadine fina, and a medallion print), a fair isle scarf and a silk/cotton summer scarf in light blue/white. What a great day.

All sleeved knitwear left is in large sizes.
post #87 of 196
Just received my size 40 (small) 4 ply shawl the other day . It's pretty amazing. I was in dallas for the day and unprepared for the freeze. The cardigan was sufficiently toasty.

I got the navy
post #88 of 196
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Originally Posted by SonofGoldman View Post

Just received my size 40 (small) 4 ply shawl the other day . It's pretty amazing. I was in dallas for the day and unprepared for the freeze. The cardigan was sufficiently toasty.

I got the navy

Pics of how you're rocking it would be good
post #89 of 196
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Pics of how you're rocking it would be good

Hmm visiting brother in ATX, casual birthday-graduation lunch.  Probably more street than MC, I'll get a better pic another time (sweater weather permitting)...
 


The scarf is one of the Drake ones from this season - my favorite!

post #90 of 196
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Originally Posted by SonofGoldman View Post

Hmm visiting brother in ATX, casual birthday-graduation lunch.  Probably more street than MC, I'll get a better pic another time (sweater weather permitting)...

 




The scarf is one of the Drake ones from this season - my favorite!

Nice one man, good look. Wear in good health
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