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Gerry. I hope you are not using those mirror toes to look up women's skirts?
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Haha!! Seeing as we work in the same building Gerry, I should bring over some of my shoes and you could have something to do during lunchtimes. nod[1].gif
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Originally Posted by sliq View Post

worship.gif  too good Gerry, too good.

 

Thanks, Sliq! I think thebrownman did a better job with his Hallams a few pages back though. Always room to improve smile.gif

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Originally Posted by fxh View Post

Gerry. I hope you are not using those mirror toes to look up women's skirts?

fxh, my friend's father always told her never to trust a man in patent leather shoes for that exact reason. At this point, they're only good for examining the underside of my desk.

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Originally Posted by streetminimal View Post

Haha!! Seeing as we work in the same building Gerry, I should bring over some of my shoes and you could have something to do during lunchtimes. nod[1].gif

I could give you a fish or I could teach you to fish ... lol8[1].gif

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Originally Posted by Gerry Nelson View Post


They have a few OTCs, maker unknown. In boring colours, $40 each and not on sale...
post #13745 of 54716
Gerry your photos always seem to have a pinkish hue. Any idea what is going on there?
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Yep, the issue is that I'm using a 10 year old digital camera that needs to be replaced but I can't justify a new one just yet.

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I have read an article from a dry cleaner on the Forvm that stated to never hang higher-end suits in the shower to remove creasing and whatnot, as it nullifies the ironwork done to a garment during it's construction, and has the potential to burst seams.

That was Jeffrey D who also runs a very interesting blog, examines the inside construction of suits and explains technical details. I think he's a tailor who works for high end mtm and rtw operations.
http://tuttofattoamano.blogspot.com.au/
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Originally Posted by aKula View Post

That was Jeffrey D who also runs a very interesting blog, examines the inside construction of suits and explains technical details. I think he's a tailor who works for high end mtm and rtw operations.
http://tuttofattoamano.blogspot.com.au/

As I mentioned when posting the orginal sf thread teacha.gif, rave has made similar posts on sf and on his blog/website (http://www.ravefabricare.com/true-quality-cleaning/2010/5/17/the-myth-of-pressing-a-garment-with-steam.aspx)
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This is the last week of the experiment ...

 

Jacket: Polo

Shirt: Borrelli

Tie: Kent Wang

Hanky: Rhodes and Beckett

Trousers: Polo

Shoes: C&J Monkton

post #13750 of 54716
Back from Brissie...

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Suit: Herringbone
Shirt: Cottonwork
Tie: Henry Carter Neckwear silver POW 7-fold
Cardi: Olive Country Road
Shoes: Carmina Brown captoe
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Originally Posted by Gerry Nelson View Post

Yep, the issue is that I'm using a 10 year old digital camera that needs to be replaced but I can't justify a new one just yet.

What are we, chopped liver?
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FYI - Complimentary global shipping with www.barneys.com
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What are we, chopped liver?

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So here is a question: If you were only allowed to wear Oxford Cloth shirts for the rest of time, how big of a problem would that be?
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^ not very

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