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post #601 of 3528
lol holy smokes, 38 degrees is HOT. The best thing about singapore is actually the low tax rate. That's about it satisfied.gif
post #602 of 3528
@38 seems a bit on the mild side. Did not necessitate turning the air con on.
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lol holy smokes, 38 degrees is HOT. The best thing about singapore is actually the low tax rate. That's about it satisfied.gif

They do have Formula 1 and..........nope, cannot think of anything else....maybe easy banking I suppose. Food is okay.

post #604 of 3528

Vale Ross Hannaford.

 

(Hanna at rear)

 

Eagle Rock remains the greatest Australian pop song of all time, and those extra two chords he threw in to the recap verse - sublime.

 

 

 

Check out those recap chords at 2:54 above.

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So my TOJ/Falcon garments is at home.
is it filled with hateful Korean air?
post #606 of 3528

Hello,

 

Not sure if this is the right spot to post this. I found some cheap Brooks Brothers shoes at the Essendon DFO. They are Goodyear welted and all around $110.

 

They didn't have any between 9 - 10, had a lot of 7's and 8's and a couple odd ones. I guess call them.

 

 

 

 

 

post #607 of 3528

Those Nubucks are nice, although very preppy/Ivy.

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They do have Formula 1

That is not a positive.
post #609 of 3528
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Originally Posted by Foxhound View Post
 

So my TOJ/Falcon garments is at home.

 

That's awesome, didn't realise Falcon existed.  Might finally get that oxblood mdr after all.

 

Happy with the product?

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Hello,

Not sure if this is the right spot to post this. I found some cheap Brooks Brothers shoes at the Essendon DFO. They are Goodyear welted and all around $110.

They didn't have any between 9 - 10, had a lot of 7's and 8's and a couple odd ones. I guess call them.
















I think they run the "further % off everything" as well.

In other news, I am proud to announce I haven't bought a damn thing since Boxing Day.
post #611 of 3528

Yeah, I think you're right.

 

Maybe a further 20% off for 3+ items bought?

post #612 of 3528

Anybody have any experience with Kazuna down in Syd? 

 

Been perusing his Instagram, and despite his supposed technical competency their house style isn't exactly grabbing me... 

post #613 of 3528
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Anybody have any experience with Kazuna down in Syd? 

 

Been perusing his Instagram, and despite his supposed technical competency their house style isn't exactly grabbing me... 


I bought a knit tie from him a few weeks ago...does that count?

post #614 of 3528
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Originally Posted by Styleternity View Post
 

Anybody have any experience with Kazuna down in Syd? 

 

Been perusing his Instagram, and despite his supposed technical competency their house style isn't exactly grabbing me... 

 

 

A few different members here have used him for suits/jackets, shirts and shoes - hopefully some of them will chime in with their experiences, which all seemed to be positive.

 

Unfortunately, the SF search engine doesn't seem to be very good at giving precise responses, but you could try doing a search for "Kazuna" to see what results come up, too.

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Anybody have any experience with Kazuna down in Syd? 

 

Been perusing his Instagram, and despite his supposed technical competency their house style isn't exactly grabbing me... 

Kaz's pics are...ah...interesting, as is his entire operation really.

 

I've used him for shirts and been very happy. He has no "house style" for shirts, it's what you want and what i requested has been great and fit well.

 

Personally I'm not a fan of his suits, but it's largely based on my build. I don't exaclty know how they would compare with a Suitshop or an Oscar Hunt.

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