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Its Friday so it must be comedy hour at Executive Style http://www.executivestyle.com.au/how-to-mix-and-match-perfect-mens-clothing-combinations-go607h
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Its Friday so it must be comedy hour at Executive Style http://www.executivestyle.com.au/how-to-mix-and-match-perfect-mens-clothing-combinations-go607h

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Where to kop middle one?
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Moderators: Could someone please revoke this bloke's SF membership

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NM, 

 

I'm afraid that you must have confused me with someone else because (for once!) I didn't make any comment about wearing an M65, Barbour or oilskin with tailored clothing. 

 

Ooops! Maybe I just like talking to you haha

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Pretty stoked to check out Ai Wei Wei x Warhol in Melbourne this weekend

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Ooops! Maybe I just like talking to you haha

 

I'm flattered! :p

 

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Pretty stoked to check out Ai Wei Wei x Warhol in Melbourne this weekend

 

I hope that you have a great time in Melbourne - the exhibition sounds interesting.

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By the way, if anyone is contemplating heading to Japan for a holiday, Jetstar is currently running a "fly one way, get the return leg free" sale, with return flights to Japan from $349 (depending on your departure point).

 

http://www.jetstar.com/au/en/japan-return-for-free

 

It looks as though school holidays are excluded (naturally), but you can pick up flights from now through to December this year. If you want to bring carry on luggage, you'll need to pay an extra $90 each leg, but a return flight to Japan for $529 is still pretty damned good!

 

The deal finishes next Tuesday, 19 April.

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Where to kop middle one?

 

Probably Harrolds. Or Taobao.

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Not a fan of flannel.

In Sydney you're lucky if it's cool anyone's grown up enough to wear long pants.
FTFY
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Where to buy quality dress trouser in Melbourne CBD?

After dark gray; gray flannel pants.

I gather you are looking for off the rack.

Depending on your budget and how fashion forward or conservative you want to go

Country Road/Trenery
Hugo Boss/ Polo Ralph
Harrolds / Armani
Henry Bucks/ Brooks Brother / MJ Bale
I've only seen (proper) woollen flannel, as opposed to worsted, at American Tailors occasionally, and Henry Bucks almost always some. From memory HBs was around $300+
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UnamedPlayer could also check out American Tailors if they're still open.

Managed to snag some Hiltl cord at the op shop recently, have to take the waist in though a size up from some grey slacks I'd bought from Henry Bucks a while back.

I agree with lachyzee on the overcoat debate I'm a fan of macs and single-breasted coats I feel like they're the best modern alternative to heavier outerwear. I do like the m65 look sometimes though.

Speaking of desert boots anyone ever own one of those Trickers "Playboy" style chukkas or anyother chukka with similar styling (crepe sole, no heel)?

They do have a heel and that bit up the side (foxing I think its been called - not sure) isn't all sole but is the crepe run up the side as a sort of protection.
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Originally Posted by Geoffrey Firmin View Post

Its Friday so it must be comedy hour at Executive Style http://www.executivestyle.com.au/how-to-mix-and-match-perfect-mens-clothing-combinations-go607h

1460595696594.png

Where to kop middle one?
Maybe you could organise a group buy?
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Maybe you could organise a group buy?
And risk depleting the supply of androgynous redheads? No thanks
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Pretty stoked to check out Ai Wei Wei x Warhol in Melbourne this weekend
Its not that great but you can spend and entertaining 2 hours there. I think there's still a small clothing exhibition upstairs associated with the "Blue" exhibition IIRC. Strangely they had info and clothes and dying with indigo etc from centuries ago but nothing on denim!!!

Its also Record Shop Day tomorrow and Melbourne has millions of record shops - many with live gigs tomorrow- check out the maps of what's on. There's a fair few shops within walking distance of the "Arts Precinct"
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By the way, if anyone is contemplating heading to Japan for a holiday, Jetstar is currently running a "fly one way, get the return leg free" sale, with return flights to Japan from $349 (depending on your departure point).
http://www.jetstar.com/au/en/japan-return-for-free
It looks as though school holidays are excluded (naturally), but you can pick up flights from now through to December this year. If you want to bring carry on luggage, you'll need to pay an extra $90 each leg, but a return flight to Japan for $529 is still pretty damned good!
The deal finishes next Tuesday, 19 April.
Do you mean checked luggage is extra?
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