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Good Luck TBM; I think making people happy is the noblest profession...wish I was funnier :P

Thanks Tobias Pm when they're here!

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Originally Posted by TehBunny View Post

Good Luck TBM; I think making people happy is the noblest profession...wish I was funnier :P


Is that why your username is simply "Bunny" instead of "Funny Bunny"?

(Yes, I crack myself up.)
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Originally Posted by Romp View Post

we were going to bring out cords but the honest answer is we couldnt get the quality we wanted at a reasonable price point 

with suitshop my eyes are really being opened to the quality of construction that can be achieved in china so we may steer O&J down that path for certain lines in the future.

FWIW we have just signed off on a new casual shirting range in OJ which im hoping turn out awesome:)
I'm sure the latest shirts will be awesome, looking forward to seeing what you guys come up with next. And yes made in China is becoming increasingly like made in Japan, with all the hallmarks of price:quality the latter is known for.
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PoP

I picked up some good corduroy trousers recently from Landsend. Reasonably priced as well.
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Originally Posted by Geoffrey Firmin View Post

PoP

I picked up some good corduroy trousers recently from Landsend. Reasonably priced as well.


As did I, a nice pair in a bottle green colour that I'm looking forward to wearing in a month or two.
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As did I, a nice pair in a bottle green colour that I'm looking forward to wearing in a month or two.

I went pleated British Khaki wearing them today mind you its only 17c

I bought a couple of pairs of BB Hudson Corduroy trousers last year one was in British racing green
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Forum members who have recently become parents (Romp, HC, I'm looking at you): what are you doing/buying for Mother's Day? I need ideas...
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Forum members who have recently become parents (Romp, HC, I'm looking at you): what are you doing/buying for Mother's Day? I need ideas...

As an old hand at this i would suggest cooking her a roast chicken dinner with a good bottle of Sav Blanc followed by Chocolate mouse.

This year as my son is working is the first time I wont have to buy her a mothers day gift. Aesop is always a good choice I guess it depends on how much you want to spend.
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Forum members who have recently become parents (Romp, HC, I'm looking at you): what are you doing/buying for Mother's Day? I need ideas...

Already been handed a list mate. Facial is at the top of it along with a massage. Plus I'll need to by her something "from" Edith as well, plus my something for my own mum.

Bloody hell no new Carmina chukka's now may have to get Meermin's instead!
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Already been handed a list mate. Facial is at the top of it along with a massage. Plus I'll need to by her something "from" Edith as well, plus my something for my own mum.

Bloody hell no new Carmina chukka's now may have to get Meermin's instead!
Don't worry, at least you know what to ask for on Father's Day.
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Forum members who have recently become parents (Romp, HC, I'm looking at you): what are you doing/buying for Mother's Day? I need ideas...

A few years back, when the children were still babies, I'd drop off my wife at a "spa" place so that she could have a bath/facial/massage/manicure etc while I looked after the children.

Now that they are a bit older, I help the kids to make breakfast for her in the morning, we all decorate a Mother's Day card, and then we all go out for lunch later in the day.
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Yeah, free time is one of the best gifts you can give.

And a bottle of Joy doesn't hurt.
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Gents,
My first attempt adding cuffs on a pair of pants.
A quick question. For a 5'9.5" guy how big should the pants cuffs be ; without looking dandy ?
Pants will have slightly less than 1 inch break and they are part of a navy suit. I am a skinny guy and suit size 34r.
Cheers
A rule of thumb I use is to have the cuffs made to the same width as the waistband on the trousers (usually 1.5" to 2"). I dunno, it just seems to make sense to me and takes a bit of the guesswork out of it.
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You guys are dumb....chocolate

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