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Originally Posted by lennier View Post

Dipped my toes in the MJ Bale pool with the Marcsen jacket they have on sale. Great value at the price, although I possibly shouldn't have got them to do the sleeve alterations, they seem expensive. What's the going rate at places like Katrina's these days? Haven't had any alterations in a while.
Might also need to look at different buttons down the track to minimise the orphaned suit jacket look.

$20 for shortening of sleeves FYI, may have changed since 9 months ago - not sure.
post #22307 of 56088
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Originally Posted by UnnamedPlayer View Post

A guy at work purchased some Meermin's and they are size too big.

They haven't been worn, at all, and he is happy to let them go for $150 delivered to anywhere in Australia or $140 pickup in Melbourne.

The model is the Oxford, black, wholecuts in size UK10.5
http://meermin.es/ficha_articulo.php?id=1920

I'll happily take those off your friend's hands, given I have probably just written off a pair of black shoes in yesterday's storm.

PM me and we can arrange a pickup, if they're still going.
post #22308 of 56088

Just came back from a stop over in Singapore and went to look at the Ed Et Al shoe store. I saw these custom made that look nice and i purchased a pair of the shenton 11. Only have worn the shentons once so far and they feel great to wear.

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post #22309 of 56088
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Originally Posted by streetminimal View Post

$20 for shortening of sleeves FYI, may have changed since 9 months ago - not sure.

Hmm, they charged me $40, seems excessive. Might query it.
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Tomorrow is forecast to reach 38 degrees in Melbourne.

How do you dress for work in such heat?
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post #22312 of 56088
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Originally Posted by thebrownman View Post

Tomorrow is forecast to reach 38 degrees in Melbourne.
How do you dress for work in such heat?

Get in early, leave late. Don't leave the air conditioned premises in the meantime.
post #22313 of 56088
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Originally Posted by thebrownman View Post

Tomorrow is forecast to reach 38 degrees in Melbourne.
How do you dress for work in such heat?
And it will peak at that right before and during the planned drinks! Might not be too many in PJohnson at that session :-)
post #22314 of 56088
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Originally Posted by thebrownman View Post

Tomorrow is forecast to reach 38 degrees in Melbourne.
How do you dress for work in such heat?

White cotton/flax drill pants, white cotton/flax unlined jacket, lightweight open necked cotton shirt (not white obviously, or you look like an 80s music video), brown loafers.
post #22315 of 56088
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Originally Posted by Prince of Paisley View Post

White cotton/flax drill pants, white cotton/flax unlined jacket, lightweight open necked cotton shirt (not white obviously, or you look like an 80s music video), brown loafers.

Sockless?
post #22316 of 56088
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Originally Posted by Prince of Paisley View Post

White cotton/flax drill pants, white cotton/flax unlined jacket, lightweight open necked cotton shirt (not white obviously, or you look like an 80s music video), brown loafers.

post #22317 of 56088
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Originally Posted by The Ernesto View Post


 

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Well played, sir, well played!

post #22318 of 56088
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Originally Posted by Journeyman View Post

Sockless?

Light cotton socks. Don't be caught sockless except in bed.
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Originally Posted by The Ernesto View Post


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Funny story about that tiger cub...
post #22319 of 56088
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Originally Posted by Journeyman View Post


Sockless?

 

Sockless, a yes.... Marlboro Reds optional

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post #22320 of 56088
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Originally Posted by Journeyman View Post

Sockless?
TBM did say dressing for business, not business time :-)
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