I saw that in the Epaulet thread.
You're welcome, of course.
C&J shoes trees are $95.
When I was there some guy bought a pair of C&J's and Nick threw in the Saphir shoe polish on the house.
PSA: Ralph Lauren Chatswood Chase has 60% off certain lines (polos for example, are down to 47 bucks, which ain't bad) and they also stock a decent amount of black label, but only purple label wallets. Herringbone Chatswood Chase still has C&J Penny Loafers half-price.
Hi all, first post here so go easy :)
What do you guys think of Rodd and Gunn? Actually they have clothing now branded R&G which is aimed at the younger buyer.
They have a 2 year guarantee on some of their stuff too. Recently bought a jacket(more like a half coat) for 50% off at R&G store in Chadstone. Label says Italian fabric but it's made in China.
While I think some general advice extracted from those posts is good: ie read the books/ know the rules, I was personally hoping for a bit of direct advice from someone experienced to see if I was on the right track with my assessment.
I am new to 'style' (lol) and trying to grasp and internalise the concepts. I have read a few books (Roetzel mainly, and 'Andy'), and to me with your brief description and picture, I immediately thought 'possibly too contrasty'. I would try the same outfit with a light blue shirt, and then also try the same outfit (white shirt) with a more muted tie.
Ive just finished Season 1 of Boardwalk Empire, and apart from being one great show, the men are dressed beautifully throughout (1920's). Heaps of tab collars and beautiful suits and coats all round. Collars were 'big' in those days, although cant say that style really appeals to me.