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post #25846 of 57165
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Originally Posted by lachyzee View Post

What is the best denim shop in Melbourne, then? Uptherestore? Incu? With all all the Japanese we have here, I'd think there must be some stores stocking Japanese denim and catering to that market.

 

Incu is OK for denim.

 

They had some nice Japanese denim (Edwin) that aren't top tier or in vogue, but are instead solid, at 50% off over Chrirstmas so I grabbed them.

 

I don't really think Melbourne has a decent denim store.

 

(BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY!)

post #25847 of 57165
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Originally Posted by lachyzee View Post

An exercise in fertility.

Advances will be coming in short spurts
post #25848 of 57165
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Originally Posted by fxh View Post


Advances will be coming in short spurts

Please, get a hold of yourself

post #25849 of 57165
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Originally Posted by Petepan View Post

Inventory assessment yearly- trigger to event= urgent need for more wardrobe space.

 

Rule for clothing- "hey, I forgot all about this."

Rule for books- none. Throwing out books = sacrilege.  Working on change to this rule

Rule for CDs- huh??? does not compute. Reboot.

 

Every time I move, I purge my possessions.

 

Moving about 1 time every 12 months at the moment. Hoping to be able to get it down to a small box of books, 1 guitar, technology, knives and clothes.

 

Nothing else is essential that cannot be bought for incredibly cheap 2nd hand, or found for free (I can walk into any op shop and leave with all the cutlery, plates, pots and pans I require for, like, under $20).

 

Donate the books to a library (or better yet a school!!!!!!!!), clothes to an op shop (or a theatre group). I hate clutter.

post #25850 of 57165
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Originally Posted by lachyzee View Post

An exercise in fertility.

You mean resistance is fertile?

post #25851 of 57165
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Originally Posted by Petepan View Post

You mean resistance is fertile?
I think you're getting the jizzt of this.
post #25852 of 57165
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Originally Posted by The Ernesto View Post


Holy hell. Now I definitely need therapy.
 

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post #25853 of 57165

Got some Epaulet Trousers in today, but they are too small for ole LonerMatt. Time to instigate the return system of an international group.

 

Pain awaits!

post #25854 of 57165
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Originally Posted by LonerMatt View Post

Got some Epaulet Trousers in today, but they are too small for ole LonerMatt. Time to instigate the return system of an international group.

 

Pain awaits!

Which ones did you get, and in what size?

post #25855 of 57165
The Herring Brogues I received yesterday; seems like they will be great for winter use and they fit me WAY better than my meermin a smile.gif Very happy with their customer service and free trees, polish, polish cloth and horn was excellent!!!!
post #25856 of 57165

Looking for a silk knit tie (tipped) in dark racing green (eg Jaguar).

 

Googled and searched for nearly 1 hour- no luck.

 

Help, anyone?

post #25857 of 57165
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Originally Posted by TehBunny View Post

The Herring Brogues I received yesterday; seems like they will be great for winter use and they fit me WAY better than my meermin a smile.gif Very happy with their customer service and free trees, polish, polish cloth and horn was excellent!!!!

Congratulations Tehbunny they look fantastic. Persistence pays!
post #25858 of 57165
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Originally Posted by TehBunny View Post

The Herring Brogues I received yesterday; seems like they will be great for winter use and they fit me WAY better than my meermin a smile.gif Very happy with their customer service and free trees, polish, polish cloth and horn was excellent!!!!

Congratulations Tehbunny they look fantastic. Persistence pays!
post #25859 of 57165
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Originally Posted by Michael Sy View Post

Which ones did you get, and in what size?

 

Navy Regimental Twill. 30.

post #25860 of 57165
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Originally Posted by Petepan View Post

Looking for a silk knit tie (tipped) in dark racing green (eg Jaguar).

Googled and searched for nearly 1 hour- no luck.

Help, anyone?
Can't help sorry. I will prob do one for winter but it will be a flat bottom, don't do any tipped/pointed end knits I'm afraid.
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