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Originally Posted by davesmith View Post

Without further ado, launching, Week 2... This week, it's all about shoe and garment care.

The Rules:
  • To get the discount, simply enter the code "WEEK2" at the checkout.
  • Discount is valid for 1 week from the start date. Then the coupon code will expire. If items sell out, please inquire about a restock as I might be able to get more.
  • Any questions, PM or email me: shaya@exquisitetrimmings.com
  • All prices include VAT which will be taken off at the checkout for non-EU purchases.
  • Shipping is not included in the price.


This weeks lineup:


Shoe Care - Items include the famous Saphir shoe polish, Abbeyhorn shoe horns & shoe trees.

Butler Luxury hangers - A lineup of the finest hangers to give your wardrobe that luxury edge and ensure your clothes are looking good for years to come.

This is perfect week to introduce a new lineup of hangers, we've added shirt and coat hangers to the mix and our latest, niche shoe shine product, the high-gloss shine water dispenser.



Shop Shoe Care Now - Our entire range of shoe care has a 20% discount, when using the code 'WEEK2'



 


 




Shop Butler Luxury Hangers Now - The entire range of hangers has been reduced (for 1 week only!), with no further discount applied.


 


 
I am hot on the hangers, great price. Unfortunately delivery gets expensive due to weigth I guess.
post #437 of 735
Quote:
Originally Posted by davesmith View Post
 

Without further ado, launching, Week 2... This week, it's all about shoe and garment care.

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

The Rules:

 

  • To get the discount, simply enter the code "WEEK2" at the checkout.
  • Discount is valid for 1 week from the start date. Then the coupon code will expire. If items sell out, please inquire about a restock as I might be able to get more.
  • Any questions, PM or email me: shaya@exquisitetrimmings.com
  • All prices include VAT which will be taken off at the checkout for non-EU purchases.
  • Shipping is not included in the price.

 

 

This weeks lineup:

 

 

Shoe Care - Items include the famous Saphir shoe polish, Abbeyhorn shoe horns & shoe trees.

 

Butler Luxury hangers - A lineup of the finest hangers to give your wardrobe that luxury edge and ensure your clothes are looking good for years to come.

 

This is perfect week to introduce a new lineup of hangers, we've added shirt and coat hangers to the mix and our latest, niche shoe shine product, the high-gloss shine water dispenser.

 

 

 

Shop Shoe Care Now - Our entire range of shoe care has a 20% discount, when using the code 'WEEK2'

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shop Butler Luxury Hangers Now - The entire range of hangers has been reduced (for 1 week only!), with no further discount applied.

 

 

 

 

Just what I needed! Ordered a whole bunch of shoe supplies earlier today!

post #438 of 735
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Originally Posted by davesmith View Post
 

Last day to use the "WEEK1" coupon...

 

New items will be launched tomorrow. Stay tuned...

Wish I'd gone on a little earlier! I tried to use the code last night at 8 PDT for a Le Noeud Papillon bow tie, but it had already expired - lousy time zones :cry: 

post #439 of 735
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Originally Posted by Swede66 View Post


I am hot on the hangers, great price. Unfortunately delivery gets expensive due to weigth I guess.

 

Shipping to the EU (Sweden) won't be more than £30. Unless you want 100 hangers! PM or email me what you're thinking of ordering and I'll be able to quote you a much more exact figure.

 

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Originally Posted by Monkeyface View Post
 

Just what I needed! Ordered a whole bunch of shoe supplies earlier today!

 

Thank you!

 

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Originally Posted by LeMaitreChat View Post
 

Wish I'd gone on a little earlier! I tried to use the code last night at 8 PDT for a Le Noeud Papillon bow tie, but it had already expired - lousy time zones :cry: 

 

PM sent.

post #440 of 735
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Originally Posted by Poncho1992 View Post
 

I've been going back and forth with Shaya this week about an order for 3 ties I'm going to be buying in the next couple of days. Just thought I would post here to mention, like others have, that the service is absolutely outstanding. I've received email replies within a minute of sending! It's been a while since I've had experienced customer service of this caliber.

 

I'll post pics next week, along with a full report of my experience with Exquisite Trimmings. 

Ties have just arrived so I took a few photo's. Before anyone asks, I bought 2 of the same as I'm giving one to a relative for Christmas. No spoiler because they're too good to be missed: 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Whole experience was enjoyable. Back and forth emails from Shaya suggesting different ties and plenty of help with all my questions. Email response times were scary fast, and always very friendly and personal. Once my order was placed the shipping was very fast and everything was packaged with care. The ties are faultless and I will certainly be buying more ties from Shaya in the future. Exquisite indeed. 

 

The ties: http://www.exquisitetrimmings.com/products/Ties/Navy-Subtle-Wide-Stripe-Grenadine-Tie.html and http://www.exquisitetrimmings.com/products/Ties/Navy-Woven-Grenadine-Mohair-Blend-Tie.html

 

On a separate note..

 

I'm about to start my first job after graduating this year and started building a tie collection from scratch from last week. Below are the ties I've bought thus far. I also posted this in the 'Tie Basics' thread but thought I'd try and get some opinions here too. Conservative office dress, to be worn with a navy and charcoal suits, white and light blue shirts. Reasonable start to a collection? Any poor choices? Things I need to acquire? 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

post #441 of 735

They all look incredibly fine to me!

 

Who are the makers?

 

The E.T. ties also look beautiful!

post #442 of 735
Just placed an order for my first Passagio Cravatte. Pics upon arrival.
post #443 of 735
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Originally Posted by Michael Sy View Post
 

They all look incredibly fine to me!

 

Who are the makers?

 

The E.T. ties also look beautiful!

All the non-Drake's ones are Chester Barrie. I got them for £20 per tie apart from the madder which was £35. I have a pretty limited choice when shopping in York, so I'm happy with my purchases considering.

post #444 of 735
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Originally Posted by Poncho1992 View Post

All the non-Drake's ones are Chester Barrie. I got them for £20 per tie apart from the madder which was £35. I have a pretty limited choice when shopping in York, so I'm happy with my purchases considering.
you've done well to start. with the internet, you will not be restricted in your tie purchases due to your location.
post #445 of 735
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Poncho1992 View Post
 

Ties have just arrived so I took a few photo's. Before anyone asks, I bought 2 of the same as I'm giving one to a relative for Christmas. No spoiler because they're too good to be missed: 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Whole experience was enjoyable. Back and forth emails from Shaya suggesting different ties and plenty of help with all my questions. Email response times were scary fast, and always very friendly and personal. Once my order was placed the shipping was very fast and everything was packaged with care. The ties are faultless and I will certainly be buying more ties from Shaya in the future. Exquisite indeed. 

 

The ties: http://www.exquisitetrimmings.com/products/Ties/Navy-Subtle-Wide-Stripe-Grenadine-Tie.html and http://www.exquisitetrimmings.com/products/Ties/Navy-Woven-Grenadine-Mohair-Blend-Tie.html

 

On a separate note..

 

I'm about to start my first job after graduating this year and started building a tie collection from scratch from last week. Below are the ties I've bought thus far. I also posted this in the 'Tie Basics' thread but thought I'd try and get some opinions here too. Conservative office dress, to be worn with a navy and charcoal suits, white and light blue shirts. Reasonable start to a collection? Any poor choices? Things I need to acquire? 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks for the review! I really appreciate it. Enjoy the ties.

 

The mohair you chose is one of the ties of the season, it has a sort of messy look, but is so soft, it's incredible.

 

I think your tie collection is a great start.. Maybe a couple of solid and striped grenadines (which I have arriving next week... :devil:) and a few striped repp ties and that's your basic collection done.

post #446 of 735
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Jamesgatz View Post

Just placed an order for my first Passagio Cravatte. Pics upon arrival.

 

You are in for a treat.

post #447 of 735
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Originally Posted by ThinkDerm View Post


you've done well to start. with the internet, you will not be restricted in your tie purchases due to your location.

 

Fair point, ha.

 

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Originally Posted by davesmith View Post
 

 

 

Thanks for the review! I really appreciate it. Enjoy the ties.

 

The mohair you chose is one of the ties of the season, it has a sort of messy look, but is so soft, it's incredible.

 

I think your tie collection is a great start.. Maybe a couple of solid and striped grenadines (which I have arriving next week... :devil:) and a few striped repp ties and that's your basic collection done.

 

Good to know I have selected a popular tie! I agree about the softness, you can't quite tell by just looking at pictures but it's got a spectacular feel to it. Get either a black grenadine or a bitter chocolate grenadine and then we'll talk business :fistbump:​ think I'll ask for it for Christmas from my girlfriend :D

post #448 of 735
great stuff, poncho.
post #449 of 735
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post #450 of 735

is courier shipping (65 pounds) the only option for shipping heavier packages (including multiple issues of the rake magazine) to the west coast of the US? (WA state)

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