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post #21481 of 56019
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Originally Posted by Doug11 View Post

Do all of us Aussie Gays love Gangnam dance !!!!!
I certainly do.

 

Do you speak for all Aussie Gays?

post #21482 of 56019
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Originally Posted by quar View Post


You're the idiot for trying to push some crap you bought in a Thrift Store for profit here.

I'm not pushing anything.

I gave the people on here a heads up to grab a piece of clothing at a cheap price.

 

I made one post about my offer and no more.

 

However, when someone tries to be cleaver and make out that I don't know my clothing, I will respond to them.

post #21483 of 56019
Another kudos to Jason on the customer service at HC. Ordered my shirt on Weds and it arrived today! Bloody fast and the shirt fit is on point:slayer:icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gificon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

Now only if you had more colours and styles, this would be AWESOME!!


Might also start keeping these personalised notes, it makes me feel special.
post #21484 of 56019
Same here streetminimal, big ups to Jason.

The note is a nice touch!

Think I may have to order a shirt now satisfied.gif.
post #21485 of 56019
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Originally Posted by Doug11 View Post

Do all of us Aussie Gays love Gangnam dance !!!!!
I certainly do.

Think this bloke may have slightly misjudged styleforum's membership base.

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post #21487 of 56019
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Originally Posted by Gerry Nelson View Post

0:50 is an SF Moment: http://www.collegehumor.com/video/6846855/gay-men-will-marry-your-girlfriends

Haha! I saw that a few days ago and thought the exact same thing.

 

I also couldn't help but think about a lack of collar roll...

post #21488 of 56019

Jason

 

For your sizing guide, you accidentally put '52 cm' for the sleeve length on a 38cm neck shirt. I think you had intended it to be 62cm.

 

I notice these shirts are slightly more tight than O&Js shirts. Your shirting measurements are certainly more close to my shirting measurements. I am quite tempted to give one a shot. I am still cursing about missing out on a shirt from O&J.

post #21489 of 56019

Hey guys, I am just seeing if any interest and will post a thread over B&S just want to give Aussies a heads up (located in Sydney).... 


BNWT RLBL Anthony Navy Pinstripe Suit (40R) - RRP: $1995; For Sale: $799

 

 

BNWT RLBL Anthony  Solid Navy Sports Coat (42R) - RRP: $1495 - For Sale: $599

 

post #21490 of 56019
Raided the sale for profit, hmm?
post #21491 of 56019
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Originally Posted by charliechan View Post

Can anyone recommend a vintage watch repairer in Sydney, or do you think the Omega boutique store can help?
My constellation is running 4 seconds fast every minute....  thanks

Avoid Master Watchmaking.

Try Max Schweizer.
post #21492 of 56019
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Originally Posted by lachyzee View Post

Raided the sale for profit, hmm?

 

This is not about profit. I have dropped from about a 44 to a 38 in a very short period of time. See my post here. I would NOT be selling them if I could find someone competent to recut the suit & blazer to a 38 - and finding the 'right' person is a very expensive experiment. That blundering half-arsed know nothing at Rochefort completely butchered one RLBL suit. SF-approved Hayel attempted to recut the RLBL tux that I linked to. Another $450. It's just not practical. In retrospect, I should have taken up Cutlers offer of $750. 

 

So I have calculated the price to be such that any less and it is more worthwhile to me to go to Cutler and pay the premium to have it professionally recut. 

post #21493 of 56019
My mistake. Congratulations on the weight loss.
post #21494 of 56019
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Originally Posted by UnnamedPlayer View Post

I'm not pushing anything.
I gave the people on here a heads up to grab a piece of clothing at a cheap price.

I made one post about my offer and no more.

However, when someone tries to be cleaver and make out that I don't know my clothing, I will respond to them.

You are trying to flip the product for a profit. It is what it is.

If you wanted to give people a heads up, then just tell them where the store is.
post #21495 of 56019
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Originally Posted by John Appleseed View Post

This is not about profit. I have dropped from about a 44 to a 38 in a very short period of time. See my post here. I would NOT be selling them if I could find someone competent to recut the suit & blazer to a 38 - and finding the 'right' person is a very expensive experiment. That blundering half-arsed know nothing at Rochefort completely butchered one RLBL suit. SF-approved Hayel attempted to recut the RLBL tux that I linked to. Another $450. It's just not practical. In retrospect, I should have taken up Cutlers offer of $750. 

So I have calculated the price to be such that any less and it is more worthwhile to me to go to Cutler and pay the premium to have it professionally recut. 

Congratulations on the weight loss. However, you're right to say that it is just not practical to cut down a garment from a 44 or a 42 to a 38. Because the reduction is so significant, the balance of the clothes will likely be thrown off and they will look strange (after, you'd be potentially trying to take 6 inches/15cm out of the trouser waistband alone).

Furthermore, such dramatic alterations just cost too much to make it worthwhile and it's disappointing that the tailor didn't tell you that it would be best if you cut your losses, sold or gave away the clothes, and started afresh.
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