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post #19576 of 54960
don't worry. asking to see a suit does not mean I've jumped in on the action.
post #19577 of 54960
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Originally Posted by Michael Sy View Post

Probably because I have been misusing the term.

I was asking him to go lower than the price he listed for. Some people think this is poor form.

It is poor form. If you can't afford it then save up or move on?

I lol'd
post #19578 of 54960
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Originally Posted by streetminimal View Post


It is poor form. If you can't afford it then save up or move on?
I lol'd

 

I don't know. People walk into antique shops and negotiate price all the time.

Some of the watch collectors that I know of, always haggle on price, even when the watch is brand new.

post #19579 of 54960
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Originally Posted by Michael Sy View Post

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Originally Posted by Plestor View Post

Still don't get this... I you don't like the offer just say no. FTR I don't lowball.

Probably because I have been misusing the term.

I was asking him to go lower than the price he listed for. Some people think this is poor form.

See edit. I know what it means. I don't see the problem they can't just walk away if they don't like your price....
post #19580 of 54960
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Originally Posted by Michael Sy View Post

Melbourne Only.

What do you guys think of this jacket: http://www.styleforum.net/t/262887/pjohnson-tailor-full-suit-navy-cotton

The measurements are very close to mine. I might meet up and try it on.

The seller is wanting $350 for the jacket, but I can't do it at that price, might ask for something lower.

I'd snap that up right quick if it wasn't about 3 sizes too small.

God-tier genetics checking in.
post #19581 of 54960
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Originally Posted by Michael Sy View Post

She doesn't like the style?

She doesn't like the colour.
post #19582 of 54960
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Originally Posted by California Dreamer View Post

She doesn't like the colour.

Teach your woman some taste.
post #19583 of 54960
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Originally Posted by Michael Sy View Post

She doesn't like the style?

http://www.owenandjames.com/pages/look-book - fourth picture from the top. Classic. I have got to get.
Thanks. FWIW thats a Pjohnson jacket in navy cotton and contrast white mop buttons. I opted for half lining, soft shoulders and cut slightly shorter as casual pants tend to sit lower on the waist vs suit pants and provided balance.
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Yeah, c'mon Binney....be a PRINCE!

....and remember 'fortune favours the brave' 

God knows we need Oz men to be braver with their clothes and embrace style.  
Lunchtime in Collins ST shows what some are capable of....but still disappointingly so compared to to NY - or even London (that bastion of conservatism)  And them..are nothing compared to Milan or gay (lighthearted/joyful) Paree!

I think guys can have style and wear dubmonks and coloured pants and still look masculine. All depends on the individual and how you wear the clothes. Im comfortable in what i wear so i think nothing of it. ... I feel more self conscious at the beach with my moon tan though smile.gif
post #19584 of 54960
A piece of second hand clothing is only worth what someone will pay for it.

If you think you can get a higher price than someone's offer, then don't whinge about it - take it to ebay or hang onto it. Or perhaps it's just not worth as much as what you had hoped.
post #19585 of 54960
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Originally Posted by Prof. B. Bear View Post

Teach your woman some taste.

LOL. She's the teacher in the family.
post #19586 of 54960
Guys sorry to do this but if one of you is named Shane and bought 2 grenadines off me over the weekend could you please check your email connected to your paypal because I'm waiting to hear back what free socks you would like before I send your order off.

Ta
Jason
post #19587 of 54960
I'm considering a pair of CP tournament lows at tresbienshop. I'm a 10.5UK/45 usually, which they have in stock. However the recommend sizing down, and don't have a 44. Anyone know if the 45s would be OK? Ta.
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Originally Posted by Romp View Post

I opted for half lining, soft shoulders and cut slightly shorter as casual pants tend to sit lower on the waist vs suit pants and provided balance.

Hey Romp, out of interest how much shorter did you go compared to a suit jacket?
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Originally Posted by CHECKstar View Post

Hey Romp, out of interest how much shorter did you go compared to a suit jacket?

About an inch. Its not massively noticeable but if you see guys who wear their suit jacket as a sport coat you may notice it looks a tad long all around.
post #19590 of 54960

Bought a pair of Tricker's Belgrave in the tan calf in size UK10F (link is here: http://www.herringshoes.co.uk/product-info.php?&shoeid=2904&colourid=1550&brandid=50)

 

They don't fit baldy[1].gif I need a 9.5F, thus I'm selling them to recoup most of the money I just spent (it's not worth my time sending them back). I thought I would try here before I put them on eBay. They are brand new, only worn once on carpet (no marks whatsoever) and are not seconds. Comes with box and shoe bags - happy to meet in Melbourne

 

These are beautiful shoes and will not disappoint.

 

Looking to sell them for $425ono. PM me if interested.
 

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