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post #19111 of 58045
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is there a Goodwill in Sydney? it keeps popping up across the forum.

I don't know; I was being facetious. I was somewhat poking the popularity of the thrift-store chat (such places are where the SF 1337 hang out).
post #19112 of 58045
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Originally Posted by Romp View Post

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

While we are talking shoes I thought id try giving you guys a 24 hour head start on our new loafers. 

 

We are working with an Australian designer called Andy Tom who has created us an exclusive pair of driving shoes in camo-suede. These are made in Italy using the finest quality suede and completely handmade. I put them next to a pair of my Tod's and the quality is pretty much identical although ours also have arch support with camo detailing.

 

Price = $199 until Midnight Monday 15th October and shipping is free. First in best dressed and sizing is EU39 through to EU45. PM me to secure a pair.

 

 

 

 

 

the detailing is great. looks on par with my tods, i must admit.

post #19113 of 58045
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Originally Posted by Pawz View Post


I don't know; I was being facetious. I was somewhat poking the popularity of the thrift-store chat (such places are where the SF 1337 hang out).

 

shog[1].gif  for me, it started all started as a "hobby"..............................................

post #19114 of 58045
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Originally Posted by joiji View Post

Do a search for the 'Mac method' on the forum and take that as polishing advice. Shell cordovan needs different care than calf smile.gif
thanks mate.
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Originally Posted by sliq View Post

 

the detailing is great. looks on par with my tods, i must admit.

 

thanks mate and thanks to all the pre-orders. Sorry for those that missed out on sizing (Ill note that most of you guys are size 44 lol). Those that have already paid will have them sent in the morning.

 

They are now live on our site. I will share the plain colours etc later in the week.

 

Cheers

Rob

post #19116 of 58045

Yay or Nay?

 

 

Cole Haan Air Adams Cap Toe Oxfords

 

 

These come in black too. 

 

 

Cole Haan Air Madison Cap Toe Oxfords

 

 

 

 

Boss Black Metor Apron Toe Derby

 

 

 

Church's London Leather Oxfords

 

post #19117 of 58045

Yay or Nay? I like the first ones there... 





Cole Haan Air Adams Cap Toe Oxfords





These come in black too. 




Cole Haan Air Madison Cap Toe Oxfords









Boss Black Metor Apron Toe Derby








Church's London Leather Oxfords



post #19118 of 58045
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Originally Posted by FindEvan View Post

Ok guys, in really desperate, is there ANY online site that offers shipping to Australia for the RL Denim and Supply military chinos?

buy from RL site and use shipping forwarder
post #19119 of 58045
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Originally Posted by FindEvan View Post

Ok guys, in really desperate, is there ANY online site that offers shipping to Australia for the RL Denim and Supply military chinos?

I saw at the RL warehouse store at Homebush there was a huge amount of RL Denim and Supply product. There was also common sized Polo suits (38, 40, 42) and quite a few Purple Label pants. All 70% off
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Originally Posted by Michael Sy View Post

If you guys could go back in time, with all your years of experience, to when you got your first serious job, where would you buy your first suit?

Knowing that you aren't super rich (you haven't even started your first job), but you have years of SF experience and knowledge on what looks good and what doesn't what would you do?

Probably Herringbone depending on your body type.
post #19120 of 58045

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Originally Posted by Michael Sy View Post

If you guys could go back in time, with all your years of experience, to when you got your first serious job, where would you buy your first suit?

 

Knowing that you aren't super rich (you haven't even started your first job), but you have years of SF experience and knowledge on what looks good and what doesn't what would you do?

 

In all honesty, just buy something you think looks good for less than $500 and wear it for a while. Or thrift something, which may well look better. Don't bother about what this forum says until you form your own sense of style which takes a while. After you've worked for six months or so, take a step up and buy something nicer using what you've learnt. Maybe you won't give a shit anymore after you see the way everyone else dresses, maybe you still will in which case you'll have a much better idea of what you want.

post #19121 of 58045

I need some suggestions on a warmer weather hooded coat that also looks decent when worn over a suit or sportscoat. The duffle coats that served me well over the colder months are just too heavy.

 

Right now, I'm looking at just getting a hood for my Barbour Beaufort and using that. At this point, that seems to be the most cost-effective solution.

 

Thoughts?

 

In other satorial news, I'm picking up my altered Benjamin and P Johnson suits today!

post #19122 of 58045
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Originally Posted by Gerry Nelson View Post

I need some suggestions on a warmer weather hooded coat that also looks decent when worn over a suit or sportscoat. The duffle coats that served me well over the colder months are just too heavy.

Right now, I'm looking at just getting a hood for my Barbour Beaufort and using that. At this point, that seems to be the most cost-effective solution.

Thoughts?

If cost-effective wasn't what you were going for I'd look at something like this Mackintosh @ Epaulet
post #19123 of 58045
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Originally Posted by Charlie's Wardrobe View Post

Sweet mate. Couldn't wear them in Canberra, but still sweet.

Considering the current state of play in Canberra I think they would be perfect for a stroll around the capitol hill bunker.biggrin.gif
post #19124 of 58045
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Originally Posted by Jimbosaurus View Post

If cost-effective wasn't what you were going for I'd look at something like this Mackintosh @ Epaulet

Those things don't breathe very well by all accounts.

Nice looking coat though.
post #19125 of 58045
Got this in the work email today, anyone heard of him? Not in the market but I might wander up to check it out.

Prince Sachdev tailor based in Bangkok from Royal Asia Boutique (with access to some of Thailand’s best seamstresses) will be returning to the Melbourne office this week. Prince can arrange tailor made suits and shirts for you at a great price.

Prince will visit Melbourne:

Thursday 18 October & Friday 19 October
8.30am - 6pm

No need to book an appointment just pop up to see Prince on level 21

Pricing will depend on the quality of the fabric – whether be it cheaper or expensive, are all and only of the highest standard and there would be no compromising on standards of quality or manufacture (see details below).

Ladies & Men’s Package
A
2 Jacket (Cashmere Wool )
2 Trousers (Cashmere Wool) same as Suit or can be different
2 Skirts (Cashmere Wool) same as Suit or can be different
6 Shirts (Silk or Cotton)
All This will cost around AUD $999

B
2 Jacket (Cashmere Wool )
2 Trousers (Cashmere Wool) same as Suit or can be different
2 Skirts (Cashmere Wool) same as Suit or can be different
All This for AUD $799

C
3 Jacket (Cashmere Wool )
3 Trousers (Cashmere Wool) same as Suit or can be different
3 Skirts (Cashmere Wool) same as Suit or can be different
8 Shirts (Silk or Cotton)
All This will cost around AUD $1,299

*2 Suit's Package must be from the same size but can be different style color or fabric.
*All the prices include postage with insurance.

Purchases will be charged to your credit card in Thai Baht. The pricing above is based on an exchange rate of 32 baht to 1 Australian dollar.

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