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baldy[1].gifcensored.gif Typical I get an email offer to spend $150 and get $50 off and the jumper I want is $149 FUBAR baldy[1].gifcloud.gifbaldy[1].gif

 

Can you buy a pair of socks as well?

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Can you buy a pair of socks as well?

I thought about that but it's the principle of the thing.
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Gunners yesterday RAF blue suit cotton blend? and tan double monks ok who was it?
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At the risk of stirring up more PunGent perfume humour, Men's Biz has the whole Nasomatto range on deep discount. Still expensive, but I doubt you'll ever get better prices on this line here.
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Hey Gerry I had a look at your instagram and am wondering where you managed to gey all your japanese outerwear? I've seen some engineered garments stock at upthere but your parkas and field jackets from beams look really interesting, looking for needles rebuilds' outerwear especially.
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Hey Gerry I had a look at your instagram and am wondering where you managed to gey all your japanese outerwear? I've seen some engineered garments stock at upthere but your parkas and field jackets from beams look really interesting, looking for needles rebuilds' outerwear especially.
Japan, I believe ☺
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At the risk of stirring up more PunGent perfume humour, Men's Biz has the whole Nasomatto range on deep discount. Still expensive, but I doubt you'll ever get better prices on this line here.

 

Thanks for the heads up, unfortunately only $25 off Black Afghano =/  Interesting that they are all individually priced too, can see which ones are most popular.

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Japan, I believe ☺
thats explains it haha, was hoping there was some super secret shop in melb with japanese stuff
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Hey, all. Wandered into uniqlo yesterday and picked a pair of their reportedly selvedge straight leg jeans for 40 bucks. Great value. Not sure about the actual denim quality, but there are a few photos out there of good fades. very comfy.... Picked a few disposable sweaters as well.....

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thats explains it haha, was hoping there was some super secret shop in melb with japanese stuff


Uniqlo?

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Equus Leather have 15% off using code 'FOAL15'

Does anyone know where i can get quality dress belts for work (1 1/8") that use good leather and are tanned (or not painted) and under $200? Most importantly it needs to be thin because the ones i have from Equus dont look right on a suit

I had the Brooks Brothers ones but the paint started flaking off near the belt hole after a few months
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Equus Leather have 15% off using code 'FOAL15'

Does anyone know where i can get quality dress belts for work (1 1/8") that use good leather and are tanned (or not painted) and under $200? Most importantly it needs to be thin because the ones i have from Equus dont look right on a suit

I had the Brooks Brothers ones but the paint started flaking off near the belt hole after a few months

I used to get mine (which are still going strong years later) from Markowski with my shoes when it was still owned by Marco Fernandez Cabezas. Today's equivalent would be Meermin (https://meermin.es/familia.php?idFamilia2=5), and indeed they do sell belts that look like the ones I bought.

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Love my Equus belts going to take advantage of the 15% off and get a third

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