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Jason I'd love to see you doing a 'classics' series of solid twill ties in standard (3.5in) widths in various colours, and keeping them in stock longer term.
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This is me modelling one of Herringbone's new Summer jackets in 36R:

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Look at that freakin dropped shoulder; bane of my existence ffffuuuu.gif
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Maaaan, Harrolds is like a war-zone.

I got in and got out. I'll save my $ for NY in Nov/Dec
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Maaaan, Harrolds is like a war-zone.
I got in and got out. I'll save my $ for NY in Nov/Dec

I was twiddling my thumbs as to whether to go, so thanks for the heads up.  I will also save $ for HK/Osaka/Paris end of the year.

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Not much to see at Harrolds besides the foxy female staff. The Tom Ford stuff was quite subdued and dull. Loads of Harrolds-brand dinner suits (peak lapel, single button) for $750.

There was one nice Caruso winter 3-piece suit that looks awesome. Navy, in a light flannel (95% wool, 5% cashmere). Size 52, drop 7.
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Maaaan, Harrolds is like a war-zone.
I got in and got out. I'll save my $ for NY in Nov/Dec

I don't bother with Harrolds anymore these days.
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Originally Posted by tobiasj View Post

This is me modelling one of Herringbone's new Summer jackets in 36R:

 

Looks pretty darn good other than slightly short sleeves. Anyone checked out the new pure linen navy jackets in RL yet? They are gorgeous and gorgeously expensive ($999).
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Originally Posted by tobiasj View Post

Jason I'd love to see you doing a 'classics' series of solid twill ties in standard (3.5in) widths in various colours, and keeping them in stock longer term.
I've thought about this but if I do it they'll be stocked at 3.25 I'd say, that width seems to satisfy a larger portion of people. I still like to try and turn over most of the stock seasonally though, but yeah basics like navy, maroon I'm happy to hold longer term.

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Originally Posted by CHECKstar View Post

Jason - any plans on adding 9cm ties to the arsenal? I am in the Sydney office rocking one of my recent acquisitions from you today, which I love but can't help to think that it would be just marginally better with a bit more in the width department (much like my Australian members tie which I got in 9cm).
also though about this but my plan moving ahead is to have more of what I'm doing the following season sampled (rather than have a few sampled and most as swatches) and now I'm doing all of my photos in house put them up a few weeks before they will be ordered giving anyone the chance to pre order at any width/length they want for no extra charge and a small deposit. That way if anyone wants say a 7cm one it works the other way too. I still reckon that 8cm is the sweet spot between slim and larger, but I'm certainly keen to hear any feedback that suggests otherwise.
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Would anyone like to purchase a brand new with tags Uniqlo Premium Linen Navy jacket off me? It's a size L, comes with patch pockets and is quarter-lined with no shoulder padding. Very soft, lightweight and will be awesome for the warmer months ahead.
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Would anyone like to purchase a brand new with tags Uniqlo Premium Linen Navy jacket off me? It's a size L, comes with patch pockets and is quarter-lined with no shoulder padding. Very soft, lightweight and will be awesome for the warmer months ahead.

Possibly, if you could post the measurements that would be good thanks.

*edit Never mind actually, upon reflection wrinkles bother me too much to wear linen!
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Originally Posted by thebrownman View Post

Would anyone like to purchase a brand new with tags Uniqlo Premium Linen Navy jacket off me? It's a size L, comes with patch pockets and is quarter-lined with no shoulder padding. Very soft, lightweight and will be awesome for the warmer months ahead.

Measurements and a pic would tempt me. Or just link to it online if you know which one.

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Thanks for the feedback on shirts - I will give MyTailor a crack.
Gotta say I'm jealous of the 15 PJohnson shirts - that's approximately $3500 I can't justify smile.gif Awesome haha.
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Originally Posted by kickstart View Post

Thanks for the feedback on shirts - I will give MyTailor a crack.
Gotta say I'm jealous of the 15 PJohnson shirts - that's approximately $3500 I can't justify smile.gif Awesome haha.

lol well when u put it like that it sounds worse:P  but its an accumulation over past couple years so the cost was spread around

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Living in Melbourne. My build is different to the 'stereotypical' style forumer. I'm fat; don't get me wrong not crazily so my belly comes just a small (but fair-bit) from the top of my pants.....

Well anyway; I'm looking for a some light brown (khaki-ish) chinos or khakis (what have you) that are good for my body type. My thighs and butt are fairly large as I am a powerlifter and my pants usually tend not to taper well and seem little too roomy below the thighs. I am looking for a place (preferably localish) where good quality but nice fitting chinos lay in Melbourne. P.S. can someone try find me a pair of Wolverine 1000 MILE BOOTS in size 6uk or au/7us (yeah my feet are tiny :P for the cheap$ preferably.

P.S.

If you're gonna just post 'fatty' (got this when I posted in hypebeast) pls dont :)

 

Thanks

Yours Faithfully

TehFunnyBunny

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