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Journeyman, I like it. What colour is the shirt - it looks blue in one shot and white in another. It looks like you borrowed my old camera to take your photoe wink.gif

 

Where's the tie from?

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Originally Posted by Gerry Nelson View Post

Journeyman, I like it. What colour is the shirt - it looks blue in one shot and white in another. It looks like you borrowed my old camera to take your photoe wink.gif

 

Where's the tie from?

Gezz i reckon you and i dress the same or something... i like that tie also!

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As far as I can tell, the wrong Jobe won. Should've been GOB.

 

It's the final countdown...

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gorgeous green tie. love it! is it drakes?

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Originally Posted by Romp View Post

Gezz i reckon you and i dress the same or something... i like that tie also!

 

You are a man of incurably exquisite taste wink.gif

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Originally Posted by Gerry Nelson View Post

Journeyman, I like it. What colour is the shirt - it looks blue in one shot and white in another. It looks like you borrowed my old camera to take your photoe wink.gif

Where's the tie from?

Gerry, thanks to the camera in my iPhone 3GS, the first photo is a bit underexposed, whilst the second is a bit overexposed! The shirt is just your typical "university stripe" blue-and-white Oxford shirt.

The tie is by Ascot, a German tie maker. They are available in some stores in Oz, from various places on the Internet (including Ben Silver in the US) and from Ascot's own website (although there aren't any knits listed there at present). They are fantastic ties and, in my opinion at least, are as good as Drake's at about half the price). I've got nine or ten, in assorted colours. They are wonderfully crunchy, with a nice, springy hand and they are decently wide, too.
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Alright tone it down a little...!
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Originally Posted by Prof. B. Bear View Post

Apparently some clothes of mine were delivered to the wrong address today. Now I have to meet some crazy sounding Asian guy at some restaurant to pick them up.
My anus is not prepared.

No 6, chefs special? I missed a package today and will assume Aus post will be gentle with me.
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If anyone is interested in a brand new Brook Brothers #1 Repp tie, look no further:

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/251157291717?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649#ht_500wt_1413

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Originally Posted by Oli2012 View Post

In Anton's book he recognised adam smith ties as prominent in conservative circles. 
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Are there any fashion styles/items you guys would consider part of the labor/liberal landscape of australian politics? I think I'm digging a bit deep...

You want a small rant or essay?

You have an opinion?
post #18371 of 57125
Davo - you asked about cufflinks and dressing when 50+

Still around and interested in a reply?
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Gentlemen,
Herringbone Mid Season Sale starts tomorrow!
Get Amongst and Stock Up!
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Andrew McDonald

SHOEMAKER
Andrew McDonald

www.andrewmcdonald.com.au
Andrew Mcdonald is moving to The Strand Arcade


We are happy to announce our relocation to The Strand Arcade, positioned amongst a unique mix of Australian designer and specialty stores.

Our CBD location means greater accessibility for our city customers.

From the 24th of November you can find us in our new shop:

121-125, Level 2 (top floor)

The Strand Arcade

412-414 George st Sydney.

Moving sale - begins Saturday 29th september
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That awkward sartorial moment where you sleep at your girlfriend's house and forget your cuff-links....
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Get some of those twisty ties they use to for loaves of bread or sandwich packs. Then you can say it's sprezz....
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