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Here is the online version for those of you interested:

http://magazine.afr.com/afr/watch/

What's wrong will killing a few trees for the tactical experience of drooling?
Hey, my link is just broadening the appeal of your post beyond the tens of people who still buy newspapers.
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I'm looking for a merino v-neck sweater that's better quality than Uniqlo but still under $150. Can anyone recommend anything?
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Gran Sasso. Not under $150 however, worth every extra penny.

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@oli2012 last year i purchased one from Brooks Brothers on sale. I think it was Saxxon Merino wool, super soft and warm,and so far performs very well. I cant compare it to Uniglo. It was sub $100 on sale, so you may be lucky as their sale is finishing soon (until the next one of course).
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Fitpics from this evening:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Details:

 

Vass double monks in gold museum calf

 
Luxire fed blue twill chinos
 
Kazuna MTM shirt
 
Henry Carter forest grenadine fina
 
Magee SC
 
 
 

A nice night's entertainment.

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Gran Sasso. Not under $150 however, worth every extra penny.

 

Where's the best place to get it? I used to have a v-neck and lost about 20kg so it was way too big. I loved it so much that giving it away was very, very difficult.

 

 
@eightace, Raiders looks like a lot of fun. I plan to attend when it comes here in November. I've been for Star Trek and Back To The Future with the MSO and both were amazing experiences.
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Just flicked through that. Some nice watches. Have to say I like the Rolex Air King. Looks big though.

 

Aren't they 39-40mm? so not too large or thick.

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Where's the best place to get it? I used to have a v-neck and lost about 20kg so it was way too big. I loved it so much that giving it away was very, very difficult.

 


Henry Bucks

RPM, Carlton

Heritage, Balwyn

Bonaparte, Carlton

Coachman, Hampton

Moda Liston, Toorak

Cavalier, Camberwell should have some wool/silk available

Poloman, Hawthorn

Trevor Barton, Black Rock

Raoul of Brighton

 

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Smedley on sale or ebay, grailed. Never handled Gran Sasso so might just be better bang for buck.
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Hi gents, just a quick question on wedding attire. End of September I will be attending a outdoor wedding at Pam Beach. Wondering if wearing a tan cotton suit (garment dyed, deconstructed) is appropriate. Thinking of pale blue or pink with knit tie. Loafers or driver- no socks. Or a light grey linen suit with similar shirt, tie and footwear. Old picture of the suits bellow. Don't want to stand out too much for the right reasons. Alternatively I can go charcoal/navy , white shirt and black cap toe Oxford. Opinions would be appreciated.
Edit : can also do a Californian tux or even a blue unstructured cotton suit. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Hey guys

Does anyone know how to fix this scuff mark on my R M Williams boots? Do you think R W Williams store can fix it for me?
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^A bit of buffing with cream and/or polish and it should be fine. 

 

Boots and shoes will inevitably get scratched and scuffed as they are worn. You'll be able to cover up most of the damage with some shoe cream and polish and the stuff that you can't cover up most likely won't be noticed by anyone else anyway.

 

You could ask the people in your RM Williams store to look at it but, given the general calibre of people working in retail nowadays, I highly doubt that they'd even know what to do about it. 

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Hi gents, just a quick question on wedding attire. End of September I will be attending a outdoor wedding at Pam Beach. Wondering if wearing a tan cotton suit (garment dyed, deconstructed) is appropriate. Thinking of pale blue or pink with knit tie. Loafers or driver- no socks. Or a light grey linen suit with similar shirt, tie and footwear. Old picture of the suits bellow. Don't want to stand out too much for the right reasons. Alternatively I can go charcoal/navy , white shirt and black cap toe Oxford. Opinions would be appreciated.
Edit : can also do a Californian tux or even a blue unstructured cotton suit. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Palm Beach USA?
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sorry - Palm Beach in Sydney.
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Hi gents, just a quick question on wedding attire. End of September I will be attending a outdoor wedding at Pam Beach. Wondering if wearing a tan cotton suit (garment dyed, deconstructed) is appropriate. Thinking of pale blue or pink with knit tie. Loafers or driver- no socks. Or a light grey linen suit with similar shirt, tie and footwear. Old picture of the suits bellow. Don't want to stand out too much for the right reasons. Alternatively I can go charcoal/navy , white shirt and black cap toe Oxford. Opinions would be appreciated.
Edit : can also do a Californian tux or even a blue unstructured cotton suit. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
I think you can probably answer that question better than any of us. If in doubt I would ask the groom/bride or the person who invited you to the wedding what they think, what the vibe is. There aren't any hard and fast rules about what to wear to a friend's wedding, or even to your own wedding these days. If it's a black tie affair I would probably avoid a tan cotton suit but then the bridal party should specify the dress code in that case. I highly doubt the father of the bride is going to throw you out because your suit is 'garment dyed' or 'deconstructed' - unless the latter means you intend on wearing your jacket on your left leg and your trousers over your head.
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