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post #136 of 57933
g'day all i am after a few pocket squares, what are some places to get some in melbourne?
post #137 of 57933
Henry Bucks has a plain white linen handkerchief with hand rolled edges for $15.
post #138 of 57933
What? I must've missed it last time.
Although I saw some Etro ones for $135

DJs has a few very unimpressive ones as well.
post #139 of 57933
I actually picked up some plain cotton ones in Sky Blue, White and Pink, from Target for $6. Granted they aren't linen but they work pretty well in a tvfold.
post #140 of 57933
This thread contains precious little discussion of RM Williams. They are simply the finest shoe (boot, whatever) that can be found in person, in most Australian cities. And they're the best VFM too. $300 for goodyear welted (by hand no less) whole-cut chelseas. They look awesome and are as comfortable as hell. And if you get the comfort version, you'll probably wear out before any part of the shoe does.
post #141 of 57933
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Originally Posted by aKula View Post
Henry Bucks has a plain white linen handkerchief with hand rolled edges for $15.

Sweet. Anyone able to proxy me one of these? I live in Brisbane.

Thanks,

Stuart
post #142 of 57933
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Originally Posted by ferguscan View Post
This thread contains precious little discussion of RM Williams. They are simply the finest shoe (boot, whatever) that can be found in person, in most Australian cities. And they're the best VFM too. $300 for goodyear welted (by hand no less) whole-cut chelseas. They look awesome and are as comfortable as hell. And if you get the comfort version, you'll probably wear out before any part of the shoe does.

There is a massive thread encompassing all things RM Williams.
post #143 of 57933
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Originally Posted by ferguscan View Post
This thread contains precious little discussion of RM Williams. They are simply the finest shoe (boot, whatever) that can be found in person, in most Australian cities. And they're the best VFM too. $300 for goodyear welted (by hand no less) whole-cut chelseas. They look awesome and are as comfortable as hell. And if you get the comfort version, you'll probably wear out before any part of the shoe does.

Read up: http://www.styleforum.net/showthread.php?t=21179
post #144 of 57933
besides djs and HB any other places for pocket squares, particularly linen ones?
post #145 of 57933
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besides djs and HB
any other places for pocket squares, particularly linen ones?

not many places in Melbourne I'm afraid, Harrolds may have some...best bets are ebay, SF and Mr Wang
post #146 of 57933
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besides djs and HB
any other places for pocket squares, particularly linen ones?

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Originally Posted by appolyon View Post
not many places in Melbourne I'm afraid, Harrolds may have some...best bets are ebay, SF and Mr Wang

+1.

Howard Yount, run by SF member chorse123: http://www.howardyount.com/collections/pocket-squares

The inimitable Mr Wang's website (I have a few and they are excellent quality and great value for money):
http://www.kentwang.com/catalog.php

And you could also try Sierra Trading Post. Do a search for "pocket squares", stock varies depending on timing, but I've bought some nice, silk Altea pocket squares. Shipping can be expensive:
http://www.sierratradingpost.com/

Back in Australia, Herringbone often stock nice pocket squares in a variety of patterns in cotton, linen and silk. Availability varies depending on store and season, but I've picked up a few nice ones including a navy silk square with small, white dots.
post #147 of 57933
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Back in Australia, Herringbone often stock nice pocket squares in a variety of patterns in cotton, linen and silk. Availability varies depending on store and season, but I've picked up a few nice ones including a navy silk square with small, white dots.

What's the price range of the Herringbone ones?
post #148 of 57933
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What's the price range of the Herringbone ones?

I can't remember precisely, but off the top of my head, they cost from $50 to $60 or more.

Not cheap, but they are very nice quality and they have some classic designs (well, they did, I don't know what might still be in stock).

Also, the price isn't too bad when you compare the AU/US$ exchange rate and the cost of shipping from overseas in some cases (with the notable exception of Kent Wang, who only charges US$1 for overseas shipping).
post #149 of 57933
This week i went to Henry Buck in Melbourne to see their range of Edward Green shoes . There were about five different styles on show.The only model i could recognise was the Beaulieu . On inquiry, i was informed that the price was $1995AUS. DOLLARS. That equals $1620 USD,1154 EURO and 984 BRITISH POUND. Any idea of prices of these shoes in other countries?
post #150 of 57933
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Originally Posted by ned kelly View Post
This week i went to Henry Buck in Melbourne to see their range of Edward Green shoes . There were about five different styles on show.The only model i could recognise was the Beaulieu . On inquiry, i was informed that the price was $1995AUS. DOLLARS. That equals $1620 USD,1154 EURO and 984 BRITISH POUND. Any idea of prices of these shoes in other countries?

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