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Just ordered an OCBD from Patrick in Thomas Mason sky-blue oxford cloth. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

And now the wait...
post #20762 of 48615
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Originally Posted by Charlie's Wardrobe View Post

Nice... We have it on an work.

Tried to get an old TV running here, couldn't get decent reception. ABC Grandstand will have to do.
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After far too much thought have ordered the Church's Legate model in black calf (http://www.herringshoes.co.uk/product-info.php?stylid=378&shoeid=3989&brandid=4&catid=38&oldcolid=2136&stype=0&overlay=0)

Thanks to The Ernesto for the advice/push in the right direction.

Black calf oxfords with broguing are the sensible purchase for work. Oh, and I really like them too. Will have to do something charitable before ordering monks (whenever that will happened).

Anyway, carry on...
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Originally Posted by Pink Socks View Post

After far too much thought have ordered the Church's Legate model in black calf (http://www.herringshoes.co.uk/product-info.php?stylid=378&shoeid=3989&brandid=4&catid=38&oldcolid=2136&stype=0&overlay=0)
Thanks to The Ernesto for the advice/push in the right direction.
Black calf oxfords with broguing are the sensible purchase for work. Oh, and I really like them too. Will have to do something charitable before ordering monks (whenever that will happened).
Anyway, carry on...

Solid choice. Looking forward to some pics from the Ernesto and yourself smile.gif
post #20766 of 48615
Brown tweed suit for autumn/winter - too specific or a good addition to the cooler months suit rotation?
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This chemise or shift of the 1830s has elbow-length sleeves and is worn under a corset and petticoats.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shift_(clothing)
post #20768 of 48615
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Brown tweed suit for autumn/winter - too specific or a good addition to the cooler months suit rotation?

Brown suit = wardrobe essential.
post #20769 of 48615
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Brown tweed suit for autumn/winter - too specific or a good addition to the cooler months suit rotation?

Heck... Why not?

Perfect forMelbourne winters. biggrin.gif
post #20770 of 48615
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Originally Posted by Prof. B. Bear View Post

Brown tweed suit for autumn/winter - too specific or a good addition to the cooler months suit rotation?

I've already got a brown, glen plaid suit (I wore it on Monday), but I'm planning on having a brown, donegal tweed suit made up for me in time for next winter, provided that I can source an appropriate shade of brown with the right fleck through it.

I think that a brown suit would be a good wardrobe addition and it could, potentially, be worn as separates, too.
post #20771 of 48615
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Originally Posted by ColdEyedPugilist View Post

Heck... Why not?
Perfect forMelbourne winters. biggrin.gif

Tweed for (Melbourne) winter.
post #20772 of 48615
And don't neglect a brown linen suit for summer.
post #20773 of 48615
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Originally Posted by Pink Socks View Post

Tweed for (Melbourne) winter.[/quote

And Linen for Brisbane summer....

BTW Brownman forgot to mention yes they have been used

Cmon Aussies
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Originally Posted by Pink Socks View Post

Tweed for (Melbourne) winter.

And Linen for Brisbane winter....

BTW Brownman forgot to mention yes they have been used

Cmon Aussies

FTFY
post #20775 of 48615
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Originally Posted by Prince of Paisley View Post

And don't neglect a brown linen suit for summer.

Ahem British Khaki would suit these climes or even Navy if you must.
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