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Hey guys,

 

Does anyone have a recommendation for where to get shoes Topied?

 

Is McLouds still worthwhile? Do Rekaris do them, or perhaps Double Monk?

 

Thanks in advance!

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^^ the alcoholic geography teacher again I see?
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Originally Posted by robbieshaw1992 View Post

Hey guys,

Does anyone have a recommendation for where to get shoes Topied?

Is McLouds still worthwhile? Do Rekaris do them, or perhaps Double Monk?

Thanks in advance!

Rekaris is your go.
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Originally Posted by Oli2012 View Post

^^ the alcoholic geography teacher again I see?

Retrenched public servent applying for Bunnings check out job.
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^^ the alcoholic geography teacher again I see?
nah - its a step up from that - more the Assistant Principal Dressed Up for Parent Teacher Interviews.
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Dark Suede Document Briefcase for Sale!!
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37.5cm(H) x 27.5cm(W)
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Price: $90(including shipping fee by aus post)
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My latest acquisitions. Bally goat tobacco suede A1 blouson and Bally holdall. The jacket is a piece of work, warm and super light. Feels like not wearing anything when on. Definitely better quality than Valstar offering. Sizing is perfect for me as well. Paid $950 (down from $1900). The briefcase is also super nice. Great quality leather and bridle leather handles. Also picked up a pair of Bally black leather single monk. All curtesy of my wife.

May I ask where did u grab ur A1 Jacket? At Bally retail shops in Sydney? Cheers smile.gif
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nah - its a step up from that - more the Assistant Principal Dressed Up for Parent Teacher Interviews.

That would be:

- White poly/cotton shirt (Lowes)
- Lavender or fuscia picked by the wife (probably Lowes)
- Black or black pinstriped pants (Lowes)
- Black lace-up dress shoes with square toe (Hush Puppies)
- Oversized sports watch picked by the wife (Citizen)
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Oli hasn't been to parent teacher in a while.
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Oli hasn't been to parent teacher in a while.

My parents are teachers (not assistant principals, admittedly).
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Originally Posted by Oli2012 View Post

That would be:

- White poly/cotton shirt (Lowes)
- Lavender or fuscia picked by the wife (probably Lowes)
- Black or black pinstriped pants (Lowes)
- Black lace-up dress shoes with square toe (Hush Puppies)
- Oversized sports watch picked by the wife (Citizen)

Short sleeved*
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My parents are teachers (not assistant principals, admittedly).

Well, that explains a bit.

Never seen that type of garb at our schools. Probably a demographic thing, hipster lefty central down here.
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Oli hasn't been to parent teacher in a while.

Well normally the schoolkids don't go, isn't that the point?

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