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post #18166 of 55016
The big question, the one we should be emailing to the media outlets, as fxh has pointed out, is how in God's good name does this even get reproduced?
post #18167 of 55016
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Originally Posted by Gilmour View Post

In the market for trees myself and by chance I have just bought a pair of Loake UK8 F-fitting.

 

Do you think the small is the way to go then as they would fit both the Loake and the Meermin

I was in a rush this morning.  When I get home tonight, I need to check whether the problem is due to the shape or width of the tree vis a vis the shoe or whether it is a problem with the length of the tree (unlikely IMO).  My Loake's width are G-fitting, so I suspect the problem is with the former.

 

I am not sure when free shipping runs out at Endless.  You could just get some smalls and some mediums.

post #18168 of 55016

Hello all

 

I posted this in 'introduce yourself' thread and now post here too cos I'm Aussie!

 

I live in Melbourne - an industrial designer and an art teacher.  Over 50… I’m also an ex athlete – and never to retire – can’t afford to!  Too keen on designing, with an expensive 16yo daughter (fashion nazi - sigh) + Italian motorcycles etc etc

 

I need classy casual gear I can wear in my studio/gallery - particularly to impress clients! (and my daughter – who says I dress like a hobo!)

 

I’m also into in fine shirts and their accoutrements - cufflinks and studs - since I’m working in this area; ie a partnership developing and making classic hand cast cufflinks in silver and gold.    We already produce some designs.  I’m keen to get feedback from members on the kinds of cufflinks they would like - given our theme – classic/timeless silver and gold cufflinks; expensive-ish, but not unreasonably so.

 

So, any suggestions any members can give would be MOST appreciated!

 

Cheers

Davo

post #18169 of 55016
I'm thinking I'll program a slight variation on this to automatically post every second day and twice on weekends. Its my new uniform.

Something Completely Different", Khaki chinos, OCBD unironed, brown belt, Brown suede chukkas/boots/desert boots, white OTC socks. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
post #18170 of 55016
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Originally Posted by fxh View Post

I'm thinking I'll program a slight variation on this to automatically post every second day and twice on weekends. Its my new uniform.
Something Completely Different", Khaki chinos, OCBD unironed, brown belt, Brown suede chukkas/boots/desert boots, white OTC socks. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

We have a nice white OCBD on our webstore - sold out of small, Might have one last medium but plenty in the larger sizes.

 

re: coffee - Thebrownman and I are currently having an instagram latte-art comp if anyone want to join in the fun?

 

I use a Compak K3 grinder and a Lelit coffee machine and mainly use Double Roaster beans. In my opinion Double Roasters is the best coffee in Sydney (ive tried ALOT). Suits my flavour profile. Strong and inky!

post #18171 of 55016
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Originally Posted by Romp View Post

We have a nice white OCBD on our webstore - sold out of small, Might have one last medium but plenty in the larger sizes.

Thanks.
But I couldn't really accept a free gift from someone I hardly know.

edit: and wtf is that about large sizes. Mate.
post #18172 of 55016
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Originally Posted by fxh View Post

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Originally Posted by Romp View Post

We have a nice white OCBD on our webstore - sold out of small, Might have one last medium but plenty in the larger sizes.

Thanks.
But I couldn't really accept a free gift from someone I hardly know.

edit: and wtf is that about large sizes. Mate.

 

Heh.

post #18173 of 55016
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What's a 'prohibited thing for agriculture'?

 

I think it must mean things prohibited for agricultural reasons, e.g. plant or animal matter that can harbor pests and diseases and similar such things.

post #18174 of 55016
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Originally Posted by jmills View Post

I think it must mean things prohibited for agricultural reasons, e.g. plant or animal matter that can harbor pests and diseases and similar such things.

He means fertilizer for muslims to blow up HN stores but he doesn't say it.
post #18175 of 55016
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He means fertilizer for muslims to blow up HN stores but he doesn't say it.

 

Well, that would be reasonably acceptable, since there's never anyone in HN stores. Zing.

post #18176 of 55016
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Originally Posted by fxh View Post


He means fertilizer for muslims to blow up HN stores but he doesn't say it.

touche.

post #18177 of 55016
Middle Class /Parents Family Trust $$/Professional/ Hipster map

post #18178 of 55016
A good read from someone who "gets" the broadband age, albeit in a different space http://about.abc.net.au/speeches/disruptions-and-dividends-a-fast-broadband-australia/

He should have a chat to Gerry Harvey.
post #18179 of 55016
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Originally Posted by fxh View Post


Thanks.
But I couldn't really accept a free gift from someone I hardly know.
edit: and wtf is that about large sizes. Mate.

 

haha :)icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

post #18180 of 55016
Its ok rompy.

I have about 25+ OCBDs and another 10 old ones for around the house, up to the supermarket.

Many I have two of each. Different plain solid colours and stripes - guarded stripes, awning stripes, bengal, broad stripes, candy, pink, yellow, blue, etc etc

The one above I have 3 exact the same.

Some plain whites and blues and pink and university stripes I have for wearing with a tie.

I liked the effort you put into the popover. (although not a real fan of the current fad for untucked shirts - i could see myself hosting a BBQ in one of yours if it isnt too long.)
I also have 4 pairs of those exact same chinos and 4 pairs of brown suede boots + brown suede shoes.Plus 4 brown jackets - cord, moleskin etc.

I decided a while back for certain casual /weekend things I'd wear the uniform. Makes it easy - reach into casual/weekend cupboard grab something - put it on. It all works.
Edited by fxh - 9/20/12 at 6:01am
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