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Just found this article while searching for linen business shirts.
http://www.businessinsider.com.au/why-you-should-never-wear-linen-shirts-2015-5
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Humans are complex creatures.

Some watch nerds subscribe to the notion, that, if faced with whether one should buy a nice car or watch:


This one for @thebrownman
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Just found this article while searching for linen business shirts.
http://www.businessinsider.com.au/why-you-should-never-wear-linen-shirts-2015-5

cotton linen blend would be the way to go.
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I'm afraid to buy stuff based on my birth year
What would you do with stone tools anyway?
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What would you do with stone tools anyway?

Don't be mean, they could tell time.

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That's over the $100 budget, though - USD99.

They have some NY slim fits for 79:

https://www.kamakurashirts.net/shop/e/eclny/


And some Tokyo slim fit button downs for 79.
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I saw this link on Facebook to an R.M. Williams secret sale and thought some members here may be interested.

http://email.rmwilliams.com.au/public/webform/render_form/7kfq3tt4juuss3xes90jlkehyk4mf/c2a00134c2986e76ca4f053fc4aaaaa1/addcontact
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They have some NY slim fits for 79:

https://www.kamakurashirts.net/shop/e/eclny/


And some Tokyo slim fit button downs for 79.

 

 

Thanks for that. I didn't even realise they had cotton/linen blends.

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I am after my first shoe polish kit. Was wondering if you guys could give me some recommendations on what to get?

I was thinking Florsheim shoes care kit
http://www.florsheim.com.au/shop/style/400013.html

With 30% code (PRIVATE30), it comes down to about $20. Should I or should I get something better?
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I am after my first shoe polish kit. Was wondering if you guys could give me some recommendations on what to get?

I was thinking Florsheim shoes care kit
http://www.florsheim.com.au/shop/style/400013.html

With 30% code (PRIVATE30), it comes down to about $20. Should I or should I get something better?

Old shoe box- free.

Old tshirts- free.

Large horsehair brush from Florsheim- A$20.

Small brush from anywhere- $5.

Get waxes, creams and polishes from shoepolish.net.au which stocks both Glenkaren and Saphir.

Baller shoes.
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perhaps uniqlo? for the moment suitsupply don't have any linen woven shirts since they're heading into colder months.

 

I really like Uniqlo's linen shirts for casual, weekend wear, but the collars aren't really made for wearing with a tie. 

 

 

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I'm afraid to buy stuff based on my birth year

 

It's all faded to dust by now, hasn't it??

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I really like Uniqlo's linen shirts for casual, weekend wear, but the collars aren't really made for wearing with a tie. 



It's all faded to dust by now, hasn't it??
Uniqlo linen shirts are nice and very well priced.But I have super long arms and xs and s size sleeves are about 1.5" too short. Suit supply seems to have few linen shirts for around $100. But sizing is way off for me (shoulder 2cm too short). I need between 44-45cm across shoulders on a 36-37collar and 64-64.5cm sleeves . Quite difficult fit.
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I've had success with Brooks Brothers linen shirts. White, with button-down collar. Picked one up during one of their many sales for around $65, IIRC.

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Anyone know how much longer Nungar will be selling RMWs at $350 instead of $$$$$$$$$$?

Thinking of grabbing a second pair for Christmas.
Just wait until you move here and get them from the outlet. I think they are $295 or 275 and my 2 pairs you can't tell the flaws
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