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post #22741 of 55253
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Originally Posted by iSurg View Post

I'm in no way affliliated with the music bed

...and their stuff is free...

Wasn't referring to you iSurg, I posted before your post had even appeared in my feed, just happened to end up after it.
post #22742 of 55253
My fourth pair of Howard Yount trousers:



(Sorry for crotch shot.) Amazing as usual. These are the brown nailhead.
post #22743 of 55253
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Originally Posted by fxh View Post

However a Topy would have cost $35.............

Not at McClouds it wouldn't.
post #22744 of 55253
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Originally Posted by tobiasj View Post

(Sorry for crotch shot.) Amazing as usual.

Braggart.
post #22745 of 55253
If anyone is interested, I'm selling my pair of Loake Tweed: http://www.herringshoes.co.uk/product-info.php?&brandid=7&shoeid=255

I copped it from DJs this year in Feb for around $228. They're about 9 months old now and I've worn them in a weekly rotation. Colour is black; comes with a pair of shoe trees but not the full-foot ones. I can PM pictures if interested. Size is UK7 with a G width.
post #22746 of 55253
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Originally Posted by thebrownman View Post


It just looks shit. As opposed to this:

Yess! I knew that scene reminded me of something!

post #22747 of 55253

For the guys here who sell things internationally on B&S, do you always go by registered/tracking aus post? Is this the cheapest way? Are your international buyers okay with such high shipping?

post #22748 of 55253

Luxire agreed to make this in my measurements (add an inch or too to my shirt measurements):

 

1000

 Thoughts? Will be used as a summer jacket over OCBD's and linen shirts worn with anything from denim, chinos too even shorts (if I can find some good linen ones).

post #22749 of 55253
So you're basing your wardrobe off Ethandesu?
post #22750 of 55253
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Originally Posted by streetminimal View Post

So you're basing your wardrobe off Ethandesu?

Much easier to just kill him and use his skin as a suit.
post #22751 of 55253

Lol no wanted an m65 that would fit me but can't find one so thought that I might as just get Luxire to make a shacket in an olive or forest green linen.

 

P.S.

Wouldn't mind having his wardrobe :P minus the excentricities. Also found this on dieworkwear not ethandesu...only followed him for 2 months or so


Edited by TehBunny - 12/5/12 at 9:42pm
post #22752 of 55253
D
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Originally Posted by Prince of Paisley View Post

Much easier to just kill him and use his skin as a suit.

Don't encourage Tehbunny, he may in fact moonlight as a hungry Russian fisherman!
post #22753 of 55253
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Originally Posted by TehBunny View Post

Luxire agreed to make this in my measurements (add an inch or too to my shirt measurements):

 

1000

 Thoughts? Will be used as a summer jacket over OCBD's and linen shirts worn with anything from denim, chinos too even shorts (if I can find some good linen ones).

 

concealed buttons are cool

 

i dont know if i like the bottom pockets

post #22754 of 55253

Hey guys,

 

Refreshing my work warddrobe. I'm pretty slim so prefer tailored - off the rack never quite fits. I just got back from a couple of years overseas so i'm a little unsure as to where to go shopping.

 

Where should i be looking for made to measure suits/shirts in Melbourne? No more than 2k per suit, preferably less.

 

Thanks!

post #22755 of 55253
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Originally Posted by Romp View Post

 

concealed buttons are cool

 

i dont know if i like the bottom pockets

I feel the opposite; love the besom pockets and might ask for and un-concealed placket but still while away from putting the order in.

Also if you guys order from Luxire before the 16th you get guaranteed Chrissy delivery.

 

P.S.

More constructive criticism's like Romp Plox :P

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