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Originally Posted by Gilmour View Post

Which one are you getting and where are you getting if you do not mind sharing.

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I bought Arabie, at fragrancenet.com. They have a 20% off sale across the board, which brougt the price down to $80. You can get Chergui there for around the same. Shipping is about $25, so still a big reduction from $150 at Mecca.

Sale goes until midnight 11/02 US time. If you move fast, you might still get in.
post #26387 of 55256
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Originally Posted by Michael Sy View Post

Jeans are the freaking hardest thing to workout size and cut on the internet, out of any piece of clothing. Then shoes. 

Actually I find working out people the hardest on the internet, then jeans and shoes
post #26388 of 55256
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Originally Posted by Romp View Post

Ive got the robert last captoes on today and ive got the brown punched simpsons. Metal toe taps recommended!

 

Don's suit has a skinny lapel but im not a fan - dont move your pocket position otherwise it will look odd

 

 

PS - my 3sixteens just arrived!

 

Woohoo! Try them on soon. And wear them to death. Mine have become surprisingly soft (after almost 18 months of irregular wear).

 

And to add to Rob's comments - the combination of the skinny lapels, the position of the gorge, and the button stance has created that effect.

 

Moving the pocket is not advisable unless you have a very, very sharp eye for balance/proportion

post #26389 of 55256

It's funny - when I first got my 3sixteens, they felt so stiff I thought I could almost stand them up by themselves. Like Nabil, I don't wear them regularly but I find they are getting softer with each wear.

post #26390 of 55256
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Originally Posted by Gerry Nelson View Post

 

Have you tried them on yet? Was the sizing right?

 

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Originally Posted by nabilmust View Post

 

Woohoo! Try them on soon. And wear them to death. Mine have become surprisingly soft (after almost 18 months of irregular wear).

 

And to add to Rob's comments - the combination of the skinny lapels, the position of the gorge, and the button stance has created that effect.

 

Moving the pocket is not advisable unless you have a very, very sharp eye for balance/proportion

 

Nah - in the mailroom here ill have to wait for dropoff !

 

fingers crossed they fit

 

Popovers - sold out in light denim chambray in small and getting low on other colours.

post #26391 of 55256
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Originally Posted by Dusty Brogues View Post


Actually I find working out people the hardest on the internet, then jeans and shoes

Who are you having trouble reading DB? I can tell you what kind of person any of the regular posters are.

post #26392 of 55256
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Originally Posted by Michael Sy View Post

Who are you having trouble reading DB? I can tell you what kind of person any of the regular posters are.

Please start with me, thanks.

post #26393 of 55256
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Originally Posted by Petepan View Post

Please start with me, thanks.

im too scared to ask what he thinks of me.. haha

post #26394 of 55256
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Originally Posted by Romp View Post

 

 

Nah - in the mailroom here ill have to wait for dropoff !

 

fingers crossed they fit

 

Popovers - sold out in light denim chambray in small and getting low on other colours.

 

Fingers crossed for you, dude!

 

Where are the popovers on the site? I can't find them under "Shirts" or "All Products".

 

Also, when are you coming down to Melbourne? Your coffee's getting cold ...

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Originally Posted by Michael Sy View Post

Who are you having trouble reading DB? I can tell you what kind of person any of the regular posters are.

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Originally Posted by Petepan View Post

Please start with me, thanks.

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Originally Posted by Romp View Post

im too scared to ask what he thinks of me.. haha

Come on Mr Sy - let's hear it...
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Originally Posted by Gerry Nelson View Post

Fingers crossed for you, dude!

Where are the popovers on the site? I can't find them under "Shirts" or "All Products".

Also, when are you coming down to Melbourne? Your coffee's getting cold ...

If I recall correctly Owen and James popovers are proving so popular that they have not got around to putting them on their website yet, you just need to PM Rob. I am interested in the pink one (surprise, surprise), but would like some more pictures and details on size and price (and have put on PMing Rob as I know will mean actually buying one instead of just thinking about it).
post #26396 of 55256
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Originally Posted by Michael Sy View Post

Who are you having trouble reading DB? I can tell you what kind of person any of the regular posters are.

Jokes my sometimes good man! What Meerkats did you pick up?
post #26397 of 55256
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Originally Posted by Pink Socks View Post




Come on Mr Sy - let's hear it...
If I recall correctly Owen and James popovers are proving so popular that they have not got around to putting them on their website yet, you just need to PM Rob. I am interested in the pink one (surprise, surprise), but would like some more pictures and details on size and price (and have put on PMing Rob as I know will mean actually buying one instead of just thinking about it).

 

Yes sorry - we are getting all our shirt range plus popovers professionally photographed hence the delay.

 

You can PM me for a shirt - $155 is standard price however $140 is the styleforum price shipped free..

 

Sizing runs the same as our existing shirts - made in New England, same pattern as Sid Mashburn. Chambray is Japanese, the other cloths are New England, USA all pre-washed for softness and pre-shrink

 

Popovers are cut shorter to allow you to wear tucked in or out. Full cutaway collar but with a soft non fused German interlining that allow better collar roll

 

Small, Medium and Large and come in light denim chambray, pink, white and pale blue.

 

These are the best photos I have so far

Current fabric range

 

 

 

Guido in the light denim chambray ...

 

 

 

My business partner in the pale blue

 

 

 

 

Me in white

 

post #26398 of 55256

So what it looks like is that you're just missing someone to model the pink one ... calling Pink Socks ...

post #26399 of 55256
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Originally Posted by Michael Sy View Post

Who are you having trouble reading DB? I can tell you what kind of person any of the regular posters are.

 

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Originally Posted by Petepan View Post

Please start with me, thanks.

 

 

Originally Posted by Romp View Post

im too scared to ask what he thinks of me.. haha

 

Becareful Gents, I think he's cheating! The results could be devastating!

 

post #26400 of 55256
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Originally Posted by deingesicht View Post

Anyone have any experiences with Barker, namely Barker Black, shoes for sizing? I'm a UK9.5e/f and wanted to know if they were roughtly the same as most C&J 9.5

 

I'm assuming there is no place in Melbourne where I can try these on (just plain Barkers even)...

Barker and Barker black are not related companies and therefore aren't going to have related sizing. Barker black is a pretty niche company and you will struggle with sizing advice. Also, although some of those's BBs are great lookers, there are probably quite a few better options in that price range.

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