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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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Originally Posted by lachyzee View Post

That awkward sartorial moment where you sleep at your girlfriend's house and forget your cuff-links....

 

Just for you: http://putthison.com/post/32138370724/emergency-wedding-cufflinks-submitted-by-a-pto

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Originally Posted by lachyzee View Post

That awkward sartorial moment where you sleep at your girlfriend's house and forget your cuff-links....
Perhaps it's time to retire the French Cuff...
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Originally Posted by Dusty Brogues View Post


Perhaps it's time to retire the French Cuff...

+1 

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Fellas, in your experience, can the shoulders of a jacket be let out (widened?). I found a decent navy linen jacket at Goodwill yesterday however as my delts are getting bigger, they make the shoulders look too small. Also, I think it's from the 80s as it has a super low button point which kind of looks odd :s
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Originally Posted by Dusty Brogues View Post

Perhaps it's time to retire the French Cuff...

French cuffs have an elegance and beauty about them that the utilitarian barrel cuff will never possess.

(But only if they're done up)
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Originally Posted by lachyzee View Post

French cuffs have an elegance and beauty about them that the utilitarian barrel cuff will never possess.
(But only if they're done up)

Lachyzee if only you used the sound grab of Dandy by The Kinks in your last post, you would have surely hit me for six!
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Originally Posted by Prof. B. Bear View Post

Fellas, in your experience, can the shoulders of a jacket be let out (widened?). I found a decent navy linen jacket at Goodwill yesterday however as my delts are getting bigger, they make the shoulders look too small. Also, I think it's from the 80s as it has a super low button point which kind of looks odd :s

Shoulders are hard. is it marginal at the width? You can let some out through the centre of the jacket... it would change the drape and neck though 

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BTW - the Owen and James lookbook is now available on Facebook. Check it out and become our friend while you are there :)

 

http://www.facebook.com/Owenandjames

 

thanks!

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If these were a 9.5 UK they would be mine but thought they might interest someone here - http://www.styleforum.net/t/303066/crockett-jones-lowndes-dark-brown-monkstraps-size-uk-10-5-f
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Originally Posted by The Ernesto View Post

Noel Coward's brown tux...

Courtesy ASW
http://asuitablewardrobe.dynend.com/2012/03/it-was-brown.html

Yep - that's nicer than the Aaron Paul one. DB Shawl Collar = cool.gif
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Any recommendations for a decent self tied bowtie in Sydney?

Need a basic black one for wedding purpose. Might as well buy a good one that can last for a while.
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Originally Posted by xiaoli View Post

Any recommendations for a decent self tied bowtie in Sydney?
Need a basic black one for wedding purpose. Might as well buy a good one that can last for a while.

Probably worth seeing if the new Lewin store in King St carries any of their range, they should be decent for the price.
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