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^ indeed it is! Glad you both got yours send thanks also sliq. They have been selling very well the last few days. In the sale ones I only have 1 grey and 1 wine left and 3 charcoal and navy at full price. It'll take 3 weeks to re stock which is a bit long really, so thats it until march next year if anyone is holding off.
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Originally Posted by Gerry Nelson View Post

 They don't call them gunboats for nothing! smile.gif

oh yeah. btw, how hard is it to come by a pair not paying collector prizes? impossible? unfortunately, these never hit the thrift market in my country frown.gif
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Has anyone who bought from the Herring sale heard anything back from them?
So far all I got was a confirmation email and got my CC charged and nothing else.

Pediwear would ship usually the next day.


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Fritzl

Its Australia not Austria!

Want a pair of vintage UGG Boots?

Paypal me.
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oh yeah. btw, how hard is it to come by a pair not paying collector prizes? impossible? unfortunately, these never hit the thrift market in my country frown.gif

 

I actually got them from ebay - just a question of making sure the condition was good. I'm sure some of our American friends can pretty easily source you a pair if you like.

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Nice one - I think my brogues are a tad lighter than normal tobac - you wearing your C&J's?

 

Yep, I have the Westfields on today.

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impulse purchase today from Hacko - 1953 JLC memovox in gold. Almost completed the JLC collection.

 

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Bought a Mulberry scarf on sale from Mr Porter, the thing is shedding like mad... why does this happen and will it stop?
Also wondering if the Henry Carter scarves (or all cashmere scarves for that matter) do this?
It's not un common with all open weave fabrics to be honest, but the shedding (not to be confused with pilling) wont last too long, a week or 2 at the most usually. It's mainly just caused by friction against a coat or skin etc, the combination of something soft and furry rubbing against something harder like a worsted wool. But it's not a sign of poor quality by any means. To answer your question my scarves will do a little also, I found it went away after about 4-5 wears.

Cheers
Jason
P.s wine is now also sold out
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impulse purchase today from Hacko - 1953 JLC memovox in gold. Almost completed the JLC collection.

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That is beautiful, puts my Frederique Constant moon phase to shame!
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impulse purchase today from Hacko - 1953 JLC memovox in gold. Almost completed the JLC collection.

 

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Nice watch. Mind posting a pic of your entire collection?

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Nice watch. Mind posting a pic of your entire collection?

yeah sure - ill get a shot when i have some time on weekend

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Thought some of you might appreciate this glimpse of vintage fashion from England in the early 1940s:
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The couple getting married are my grandparents. I particularly like my grandmother's rakish hat and my great-uncle's (second from left) trousers. Think he was a pretty stylish young guy at the time.

Brilliant, nice idea to have shared.

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For anyone interested. This is a shot of a WW Chan unpadded shoulder (left), versus a PJ unpadded shoulder (right), that I just took on my iPad to share with a friend.

The lack of a top-stitch (and I imagine therefore a lapped seam) on the PJ coat is interesting to me. I don't believe it is a true shirt-sleeve shoulder. But it is still nice regardless. It suits my needs well given that I have very broad shoulders that need no further emphasis.

If you look carefully, you can see the top-stitch along the shoulder off the WW Chan coat. The way the shoulder just collapses on itself when not supported is glorious.

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Fritzl
Its Australia not Austria!
Want a pair of vintage UGG Boots?
Paypal me.

you're a funny dude.
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Originally Posted by Gerry Nelson View Post

I actually got them from ebay - just a question of making sure the condition was good. I'm sure some of our American friends can pretty easily source you a pair if you like.

ebay prices are ridiculous, imo. besides, i have a very low limit for used shoes.

i'm sure my bro's can. i've two hunters out there.
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