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post #13351 of 55200
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Originally Posted by Manuhiri View Post

Hi guys

Long time lurker first time poster.

Quick question Charlie's Wardrobe. Just wondering if the Cottonwork button-down was the standard button-down or the 'button down roll'.

Cheers.

Welcome aboard Manuhiri!
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First time showing what I'm wearing... I work as a designer so it's all fairly casual.

Those shoes may or may not work with the rest shog[1].gif

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He xiaoli, I like that v-neck jumper! Is the collar on your jacket popped?

post #13354 of 55200
Some new pants from Epaulet.

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The office is split 50:50 on whether they're good or terrible which is pretty much exactly what I expected.
post #13355 of 55200
nope its not popped, just a bit messy since i washed it.

vneck is from rhodes&beckett. might be the same colour as the infamous knit tie.
post #13356 of 55200
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Originally Posted by Jimbosaurus View Post

Some new pants from Epaulet.
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The office is split 50:50 on whether they're good or terrible which is pretty much exactly what I expected.

Royal blue twill? Damn they're bright. I'd never wear them myself, but I still like them. IMO you should stick a nice fat cuff on there... Pants cut with no break (when wearing shoes) & 2" cuff look especially tasty combined with boots in winter.

E.g:
http://www.thestyleblogger.com/6153/1-piece5-ways-allen-edmonds-wingtip-brogue-boots/
post #13357 of 55200
Quick one gents. Endless has 20% off most of their shoes (including all of their AE range) with $5 for shipping & handling. Just apply "friends2" code on checkout.
I just bought AE Fifth St in dark brown from $350 down to $285.
post #13358 of 55200
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Originally Posted by lachyzee View Post

Royal blue twill? Damn they're bright. I'd never wear them myself, but I still like them. IMO you should stick a nice fat cuff on there... Pants cut with no break (when wearing shoes) & 2" cuff look especially tasty combined with boots in winter.
E.g:
http://www.thestyleblogger.com/6153/1-piece5-ways-allen-edmonds-wingtip-brogue-boots/

Yeah royal blue twills, softer than the other twill trousers I have form there. They'd look great with a cuff but at 6'3" I'm never going to have a cuff unless I get them MTM/bespoke.
post #13359 of 55200
So I have recently developed what I think is a bone spur on the back of my right heel, making certain shoes pretty uncomfortable to wear in that area. Anyone had one of these before? Are they treatable? Will I ever wear double monks again?
post #13360 of 55200
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Originally Posted by California Dreamer View Post

Ducked into Luisa's in Collns St today. They have quite a lot of Church's at 60% off. Might be worth a look.

just went in there at lunchtime, bought a pair of Canali elastic sided boots for $220, were marked as $620. They seem like very nice leather.

Had a look at the Churches, the only ones that appealed were marked as $9xx, so down to about 440ish, which was a bit above what I feel like spending at the moment....
post #13361 of 55200
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Originally Posted by md2010 View Post

Quick one gents. Endless has 20% off most of their shoes (including all of their AE range) with $5 for shipping & handling. Just apply "friends2" code on checkout.
I just bought AE Fifth St in dark brown from $350 down to $285.

Coincidentally, I also picked up the 5th Street last night in the same colour.

I think it's $10 shipping? Not that it matters.

Don't forget eBates as well - right now they have a 13% rebate for endless, which is as high as I've ever seen it go So that's another ~$35 cashback down the track. http://www.ebates.com/stores/endless.com.htm?query=end&position=1&type=suggest&store=9543

So its $250 delivered right now. Not bad. Almost as cheap as buying during a Black Friday sale.
post #13362 of 55200
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Originally Posted by tobiasj View Post

So I have recently developed what I think is a bone spur on the back of my right heel, making certain shoes pretty uncomfortable to wear in that area. Anyone had one of these before? Are they treatable? Will I ever wear double monks again?

I have these from basketball on the inside of my right ankle. AFAIK the only options are surgery (getting them cut off), or NSAIDs to relieve the discomfort. Maybe you could try a soft heel pad of some sort?
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without making any political commentary, the caption on this picture is "Paul Keating, right, arrives at the ACTU conference's black tie dinner"

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hmph.
post #13365 of 55200
show me someone from that dinner that is wearing black tie lol8[1].gif
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