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post #30736 of 52400
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Originally Posted by Stebbin View Post

I think the next suit will be the last one I add to my collection for a while, haha. 

 

That's what they all say.

post #30737 of 52400
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Originally Posted by Stebbin View Post

Hi gents, what would be your opinions on the next suit that I should add to my wardrobe? I'm a 24 year old working in a law firm in Sydney. I have a fairly tanned complexion with black hair. So far, I've got;

1 deep blue plain single breasted
1 navy plain single breasted 
1 petrol blue plain single breasted
1 charcoal plain single breasted 
1 light grey pinstripe single breasted
1 dark grey nailhead single breasted
1 midnight blue chalkstripe single breasted
1 navy double pinstripe (almost chalkstripe) flannel single breasted
1 blue plaid windowpane check double breasted 


I think the next suit will be the last one I add to my collection for a while, haha. 

How about a decent one for a change of pace?
post #30738 of 52400
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Originally Posted by Manuhiri View Post

good suggestions for must visit menswear outlets in Paris please let me know.

It isn't clothes but a helpful addition to any trip to Paris. I'd strongly suggest not to show the link to the missus. You'll return broke.
https://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&msa=0&msid=104394998929176276584.000471acf56a7e1d63590&z=13

Also, pop in to Herme's in St Germain des pres - it's his patisserie store which I think are greater masterpieces than his macarons for which he is particularly famous.
post #30739 of 52400
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Originally Posted by quar View Post


How about a decent one for a change of pace?

 

Why do you even bother posting?

post #30740 of 52400
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Originally Posted by Robert Meredith View Post

 

Why do you even bother posting?

 

Quar is a certified wanker. Just ignore him RM.

post #30741 of 52400
You have enough work stuff - and it's a good selection.

Need a bit of less formal/play/casual stuff.

Suggestions only:-

Linen and/or cotton and/or fresco in a wheat, sand, bone or tan colour.
Grey Prince of Wales with a blue overcheck.
Worsted Alsport in a grey herringbone or, go mad, a green multicheck.
14 oz Irish linen in cigar or airforce blue.
Blue and white seersucker.

Maybe see this given that your suit count is at nine:

http://www.styleforum.net/t/310941/10-suit-wardrobe
post #30742 of 52400
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Originally Posted by Robert Meredith View Post

Why do you even bother posting?

Quar is a certified wanker. Just ignore him RM.

Aren't you supposed to be on leave?
post #30743 of 52400
I would save up to get PJ or travel to HK or SG
post #30744 of 52400

Hi guys

 

Love the Aussie pride.  Just looking to get some advice on brown shoes in Australia.

 

Taken a look at threads on brown shoes generally but in Australia and in particular, the Sydney CBD, I see no one wearing brown shoes.

 

I'm thinking that it'll go well with my navy suit but I work in a conservative environment.  Any opinions on brown shoes in Australian business specifically?

 

Just for reference, I'm looking to get the C&J Westbourne shoes in chestnut - they look stunning. 

post #30745 of 52400
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Originally Posted by falconator View Post

Hi guys

Love the Aussie pride.  Just looking to get some advice on brown shoes in Australia.

Taken a look at threads on brown shoes generally but in Australia and in particular, the Sydney CBD, I see no one wearing brown shoes.

I'm thinking that it'll go well with my navy suit but I work in a conservative environment.  Any opinions on brown shoes in Australian business specifically?

Just for reference, I'm looking to get the C&J Westbourne shoes in chestnut - they look stunning. 

Go for it. The Westbournes are nice and will go well with a Navy suit, if you have the right mindset of course.
post #30746 of 52400
I started looking at the westbound but quickly moved to the carmina from the armoury. C and j have a good reputation so I'm sure thy are a quality shoe.

Herringbone has some models so maybe head in and have a look. They didn't have the westbourne last time I looked but worth a shot.
post #30747 of 52400
Second the Prince of Wales recommendation. A grey houndstooth could be interesting too: Herringbone has one at the moment but have ruined it with patch pockets.

Another possibility is some odd jackets and trousers that can be worn with a tie. I'm focusing on that bit of my wardrobe at the moment on the basis that three suits gives me three looks, but three jackets + three trousers gives me nine (although some will be nicer than others, I'm sure).
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Originally Posted by Petepan View Post

1 SF approved black suit to match your hair  ffffuuuu.gif

Does a SF approved black even exist outside of black tie occasions? wink.gif

post #30750 of 52400

Good Afternoon Gents,

I will make this snappy.... As it's not proper to be sitting in front of a PC, with this w/end weather... 

Ok, Sapphire products are the ducks nuts of shoe car, what else is there on offer? A bit further down the food chain which is SF approved shog[1].gif

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