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Originally Posted by Michael Sy View Post

Yeah, I am in the same predicament. I am looking for 3 ties at around $40 a piece. HC might just be out of my reach.

I probably won't delve into MJ suits yet. I am going to stay with Elite for the time being - his suits are really starting to grow on me.

Hi Michael,

Sadly the $39.95 sale prices have ended but there are still quite a few old season stock on there for $59.95 and you can get an extra 10% off with the Styleforum discount code SF10 if that helps at all.

Cheers
post #19262 of 52485
Here are some photos of today's outfit:


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Details:

- Navy herringbone-weave cotton jacket with waist patch pockets by Herringbone;
- Land's End OCBD shirt in a blue-white university stripe;
- Charles Tyrwhitt beige cotton trousers;
- Kent Wang pocket square, sky blue linen with white edging;
- Navy knit tie with green dots from Tobiasj's "High Tied" sales thread; and
- Vintage Florsheim longwings.
post #19263 of 52485

For those after plain coloured men's driving shoes a range has been loaded over at www.andytom.com - all $199 free shipping to Oz and can be personalised with your initials.

 

 

 

post #19264 of 52485
They're looking good, Romp.

I particularly like the last colour. I'm seeing a stripe polo, chino shorts, those driving loafers, sun and riesling. Lots of riesling. I can only see riesling now. biggrin.gif
post #19265 of 52485
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Originally Posted by thebrownman View Post

They're looking good, Romp.
I particularly like the last colour. I'm seeing a stripe polo, chino shorts, those driving loafers, sun and riesling. Lots of riesling. I can only see riesling now. biggrin.gif

yeah the "bordeaux" is my fave too.

 

Goes well with jeans, chinos or shorts

 

@fxh .. sockless ...

post #19266 of 52485
Sorry to hijack this thread but is anyone here into SW&D or just MC?
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xCrunchx, I'm into SW&D also - I think many guys here are, just to varying degrees.
post #19268 of 52485
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Originally Posted by thebrownman View Post

xCrunchx, I'm into SW&D also - I think many guys here are, just to varying degrees.

+1
post #19269 of 52485
I'm all about SW&D on the weekends.

Romp, have you had much stretching in the drivers so far? My tods have gone out a full size now.

Separate note - anyone have sizing experience with Swims? http://swims.com/
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No idea on the SWIMS, but I am watching this thread (well, I'm watching it anyway!) to find out. Headed over to merry old London town then up into inverness for Xmas, so sizing/quality advice on their overshoes would be brilliant.

 

I'm not going to be hunting the lochness in oxfords, but yaknow ....

post #19271 of 52485
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Originally Posted by blackakira View Post

Do you have any connections here, is why asked?
 

 

I went to school in Singapore and lived there for a total of 11 years (7 in one stint and 4 in another) so I know it fairly well. Knowing what I know now, I'd check out Vanda Fine Clothing for ties and accessories and Ed Et Al for some nice shoes. Interesting satorial stuff coming out of Singapore right now.

 

Uniqlo and Muji would be other stops as well apart from the carrot cake and oyster omelette in Marine Parade and chicken rice and bak kut teh in Balestier Rd smile.gif

post #19272 of 52485
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Originally Posted by jaypee View Post

Separate note - anyone have sizing experience with Swims? http://swims.com/

Don't P. Johnson stock the loafer version of Swims?

Personally speaking, they don't appeal to me - they strike me as looking rather like upmarket Crocs.
post #19273 of 52485

Wish I could get to the MJ Bale Laneway Event - looks like there are some good bargains to be found. I like how they are calling what are essentially unsold clothes from past seasons "vintage stock". At least they know their market haha.


Edited by catpower - 10/17/12 at 10:04pm
post #19274 of 52485
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Originally Posted by Journeyman View Post


Don't P. Johnson stock the loafer version of Swims?
Personally speaking, they don't appeal to me - they strike me as looking rather like upmarket Crocs.

 

Swims make some galoshes i wouldn't mind having for those rainy days  :D

post #19275 of 52485

There seems to be a lot of suiting requests, so just a heads up that Robby Ingham Paddington is having 50% off all suits from today until Sunday.

 

May be worth checking out if you are after something more fashion-oriented (Givenchy, Paul Smith etc) than many Australian brands. 

 

Odd time for a 4 day suit sale! Maybe they've heard Sydney is due for a stinking summer and have decided to flog the stock before the heat sets in. 

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