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Anyone know where I can purchase knobs for my shoe trees?

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Are the shoulders the most important part when you're looking for a coat?

Pretty much, yeah.
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How tall and how much do you weigh?

5'6". Used to weight 120lb but currently closer to 140lb. When at 120lb my chest was like <33", which made wearing RTW pretty much impossible.
post #16848 of 30374
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Anyone know where I can purchase knobs for my shoe trees?

You need to try a place that supplies parts for woodworkers.

Lee Valley in Canada would fit the bill but I'm sure you'll find plenty of places in the US. Just measure the bolt.
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Why does that one dude call everyone "nephew"? dude creeps me out.
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I found two that I believe that I like. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Would either of these be more suitable towards wearing on the weekend with some denim? I'm assuming the wingtips are more informal and better suited for wearing out on the town, but I just wanted to double check.
http://www.pediwear.co.uk/loake/products/5016.php
or
http://www.pediwear.co.uk/loake/products/5038.php (in brown)
or
http://www.pediwear.co.uk/loake/products/2607.php

i don't like any of them. peepwall[1].gif
post #16851 of 30374
I just got a pair of C&J westbournes. They seem to fit well, but unlike my Allen Edmonds they've been tearing up my heels. It seems like this is just because they're new and still a bit stiff, but is there anything I should do to mitigate the blistering while I break them in?
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Originally Posted by Nicola View Post

You need to try a place that supplies parts for woodworkers.
Lee Valley in Canada would fit the bill but I'm sure you'll find plenty of places in the US. Just measure the bolt.

Thanks. I grabbed something from Home Depot. It is not the most elegant thing, but I have a matching pair
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I have this Balenciaga blazer that I would like more info on.  I purchased it circa 2005.  It's a denim material.  I have tried searching everywhere and can't find anything about it.  Please help me identify it.  Thanks!

 


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i don't like any of them. peepwall[1].gif

Do you have any suggestions for something under $400 then?
post #16857 of 30374

Keep forgetting to ask questions in this thread, will remember now:

 

 

 

 

 

I was thinking of buying my first few check/flannel casual shirts:

 

 

 

 

 

 

a few questions please:

 

1) are they suitable for a 27 year old man?

 

2) On what occasions are they most suitable / practical?

 

I would want to wear them for  casual day time and evening casual wear, going to the pub, restaurant,  shops, cinema, out with friends - are they suitable?

 

3) What bottoms and footwear and colours are best suited with these casual shirts?

 

4) Can these shirts shown above be worn all year round, or are they only suitable in the summer?

 

- im in the UK by the way

 

thank you

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You are not going to find much love for flannel shirts here in MC.

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why? 

 

ill ask on the streetwear forum

post #16860 of 30374
What kind of fabric is this shirt made of?
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