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post #18586 of 54920
So the other night on the tram I saw a group of 5-6 cool looking late teens (I could tell they were cool by virtue of that most age-old of metrics: the hotness of their women); all were wearing slim/skinny chinos in various shades of brown/tan, most of them short and cuffed. Not a pair of jeans in sight. Most of them were wearing a collared shirt. Not a hideous look, all things considered...
post #18587 of 54920
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Originally Posted by Jimbosaurus View Post


What kind of price point are you aiming at? Or is that a 'spoiler'?

 

About $200-250 .. will firm it up after we get them landed to know full costing. Definitely good value vs $400+ tods/driving shoe etc for similar quality.

post #18588 of 54920
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About $200-250 .. will firm it up after we get them landed to know full costing. Definitely good value vs $400+ tods/driving shoe etc for similar quality.

Any photos to whet the appetite?
post #18589 of 54920
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About $200-250 .. will firm it up after we get them landed to know full costing. Definitely good value vs $400+ tods/driving shoe etc for similar quality.

 

Looking forward to it!

I was getting desperate and was thinking of buying from Calibre but I will hold off until I see your wares :)

post #18590 of 54920
Just wanted to give a shout out to this Uniqlo proxy guy: http://www.styleforum.net/t/297609/uniqlo-proxy. Great service.
post #18591 of 54920
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Originally Posted by charliechan View Post

 

Looking forward to it!

I was getting desperate and was thinking of buying from Calibre but I will hold off until I see your wares :)

 

Calibre?! don't do it. them, and politix and other wannabe brands aren't worth your hard earned pennies.

post #18592 of 54920

I dont have an issue with Calibre so long as you buy on sale.

 

Politix on the other hand is just like yd/tarocash IMO. :)

post #18593 of 54920

Quoted $38 for getting a shirt taken in at the sides. puzzled.gif

post #18594 of 54920
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Quoted $38 for getting a shirt taken in at the sides. puzzled.gif

 

that's outrageous. my tailor charges about $15 for darts, or about $25 for the sides and sleeves taken in.

post #18595 of 54920
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Originally Posted by tobiasj View Post

So the other night on the tram I saw a group of 5-6 cool looking late teens (I could tell they were cool by virtue of that most age-old of metrics: the hotness of their women); all were wearing slim/skinny chinos in various shades of brown/tan, most of them short and cuffed. Not a pair of jeans in sight. Most of them were wearing a collared shirt. Not a hideous look, all things considered...

Dat feel...is everywhere :P

 

P.S.

 

Dusty Old Brogues I need a pic of ur 'dusty old brogues' pls :)

post #18596 of 54920
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Originally Posted by TehBunny View Post

Dat feel...is everywhere :P

 

P.S.

 

Dusty Old Brogues I need a pic of ur 'dusty old brogues' pls :)

 

Mr TehBunny

 

Just for you.....

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Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Brogue_Apart-gallery_SIDEBURN.jpg

 

 

 

Mr TehBunny

 

Just for you.....

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post #18598 of 54920

Anyone know a place where you can get silk, classic design ties on the cheap?

I'm after a navy with spots, navy and blood red but don't want to fork out $130 for an anthony squire. 

post #18599 of 54920
Try thetiebar.com. $15 a tie and they're not bad.
post #18600 of 54920
brogues...
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