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Best menswear interview I have read in a long time - http://www.permanentstyle.co.uk/2012/08/how-my-grandfather-dressed.html
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Inspired in part by Charlie's self-shot of his great looking new shoes (grats), do we think cuffed trousers fit within conservative business dress over here or not? The web seems to think its perfectly okay, but a lot of that information is from America. What about out here in Aus? Apologies for my ignorance.
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Inspired in part by Charlie's self-shot of his great looking new shoes (grats), do we think cuffed trousers fit within conservative business dress over here or not? The web seems to think its perfectly okay, but a lot of that information is from America. What about out here in Aus? Apologies for my ignorance.

Completely fine, just don't go crazy with height.

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Yeah no problems with cuffs. Depending on how tall you are though, if your over 6 foot you can get away with 5cm, otherwise 4cm is the go I reckon.
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Best menswear interview I have read in a long time - http://www.permanentstyle.co.uk/2012/08/how-my-grandfather-dressed.html

Read this as well. Magic.
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Eightace -are you on Victoria? We could be neighbors
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Inspired in part by Charlie's self-shot of his great looking new shoes (grats), do we think cuffed trousers fit within conservative business dress over here or not? The web seems to think its perfectly okay, but a lot of that information is from America. What about out here in Aus? Apologies for my ignorance.

The ugly truth is, no-one but us gives a shit.
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Nice! How's the fit? A little difficult to tell on my monitor but are those plain toed oxfords?

Yes, plain toed oxfords. I wanted something simple but good looking. Fit is excellent, the best fitting pair I've thus far had, and the price very good for Goodyear welted shoes.
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The ugly truth is, no-one but us gives a shit.

Truth.
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The ugly truth is, no-one but us gives a shit.
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Truth.

Has that ever stopped any of us before?
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Best menswear interview I have read in a long time - http://www.permanentstyle.co.uk/2012/08/how-my-grandfather-dressed.html

 

 

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Read this as well. Magic

 

Timeless. A consumate gentleman.

post #17142 of 51886
Nope, and I don't think it should smile.gif

What's on for the weekend, fellas? Who's doing something exciting?
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Working for half of it.
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Last round of the season for our junior soccer club. It's going to be sunny and I'm going to have fun!
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Hey a PSA for the Modern Tailor fans out there--they have a pretty decent cotton/linen fabric at the moment (it's going to be a hot summer) for $45. Here 'tis:



Lavender Stripes
USD $44.95
No.: A251-5
Material: Cotton/Linen

There are pictures of a made-up shirt in this fabric on the site as well. I reckon this would make a nice casual Friday / weekend shirt for when things heat up.
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