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Now that was a Grand Final! Brutal contest!
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Where are you visiting from? If Melbourne then probably not much extra on offer menswear-wise!

Strand Arcade (off Pitt St Mall) is good for shoes, Double Monk upstairs, Joseph's downstairs (although been years since I bothered with the latter).

A ferry from Circular Quay to Manly beach is nice if a fine day.

Thanks for the info. I'm full time in Canberra these days, so a trip to anywhere is an opportunity.
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Selling an RLPL cashmere sweater if anyone is interested? Special morning price.

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/201680295517
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I can't see any reference to it, so just mentioning that there's an Edward Green trunk show at Double Monk this week.

Sydney tomorrow and Wednesday, and Melbourne Friday and Saturday.
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https://www.instagram.com/p/BK8tYjADv-H/

Wonder what the Eidos x Vanson is going to look like
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Hoping something cool, saw a jacket by local company, 'for the homies', which was a blacked out double rider and the jacket felt really nice and sturdy, didn't fit me how I'd like though.
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I can't see any reference to it, so just mentioning that there's an Edward Green trunk show at Double Monk this week.

Sydney tomorrow and Wednesday, and Melbourne Friday and Saturday.


Danger. Danger, Will Robinson. Danger.

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Danger. Danger, Will Robinson. Danger.

 

Only if you have a spare couple of grand to spend ...

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Hoping something cool, saw a jacket by local company, 'for the homies', which was a blacked out double rider and the jacket felt really nice and sturdy, didn't fit me how I'd like though.

 

You never know but I'm sure that it will be cool. A chocolate-brown suede single rider, maybe/

 

This is a double rider that Vanson did with The Hillside:

 

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Only if you have a spare couple of grand to spend ...


Actually more dangerous if you don't.

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this thread has been awfully quite....

Anyway, the wonders of baby wipes - i had some sauce stains on one of my favourite blazers and trousers. with a repeated dabbing motion, all the stains completely lifted out. mind you the sauce on the blazer had been there for nearly half a year and i'd totally forgotten about until i wore it again yesterday.
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[quote name="sliq" url="/t/518027/australian-members-part-ii-if-you-read-the-first-post-youll-get-what-this-is-all-about/3060#post_8599106"]this thread has been awfully quite....

Anyway, the wonders of baby wipes - i had some sauce stains on one of my favourite blazers and trousers. with a repeated dabbing motion, all the stains completely lifted out. mind you the sauce on the blazer had been there for nearly half a year and i'd totally forgotten about until i wore it again yesterday.[/quote]

Post Grand Final hangovers?

What brand are the baby wipes.

My sartorial problem of the day is a short haired blonde dog whose hair constantly gets on clothing.I took a jumper to the dry cleaners last week and he refused to accept it till i got the dog hair off. I have one of those sticky rollers but is there an alternative to this method for the removal of animal hair?
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My sartorial problem of the day is a short haired blonde dog whose hair constantly gets on clothing.I took a jumper to the dry cleaners last week and he refused to accept it till i got the dog hair off. I have one of those sticky rollers but is there an alternative to this method for the removal of animal hair?

This is what happens when you invite fxh over for dinner and let him near your wardrobe.
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GF it's johnson and johnson fragrance free baby wipes (has yellow packaging):
http://www.chemistwarehouse.com.au/buy/53336/Johnson-Johnson-Johnson-s-Baby-Wipes-Fragrance-Free-80-Wipes

also, re animal hair, do you have a clothes brush? i'd hang the coat or trousers on a coat hanger outside and just give it a quick brush.
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