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post #31246 of 54911
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Originally Posted by iSurg View Post

 

Congrats! Interested to see how it turns out. Fit pics please. 

 

Will do, got a wedding on the weekend, so then at the latest.

post #31247 of 54911
Sweet. Wear that mofo in.
post #31248 of 54911
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Originally Posted by Oli2012 View Post

Serious though - does anyone here have a particularly pimpin' keyring?

Mine's not a keyring, as such - I got one of these from Malford of London before they sold out and it is great (although doesn't fit a modern car key, admittedly, so is only used for house keys):

http://www.malfordoflondon.com/en/wallets/2016-dunhill-embossed-museum-calf-brown-leather-key-holder-slight-second.html#

You could still score one of these:

http://www.malfordoflondon.com/en/for-him/1977-dunhill-solid-sterling-silver-tiger-head-keyring-rrp-175.html#

And if you want to feel like Bulldog Drummond, you could always pick up one of these (although they cost a pretty penny):

http://www.dunhill.com/the-shop/accessories/keyfobs/jdv8803h/solid-silver-bulldog-keyfob
post #31249 of 54911
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Edited by fxh - 5/11/13 at 11:57pm
post #31250 of 54911

You guys can probably guess mine...

 

 

Man this makes me rage to no end, better buy shoes fast guys ><

 

http://www.smh.com.au/business/dollars-slide-expected-to-be-slow-and-steady-20130511-2jeor.html

 

brb, back to shopping for what's 'good enough' at CR...

post #31251 of 54911
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Originally Posted by Oli2012 View Post

Man this makes me rage to no end, better buy shoes fast guys ><

 

http://www.smh.com.au/business/dollars-slide-expected-to-be-slow-and-steady-20130511-2jeor.html

 

 

I'm glad I did. wink.gif

post #31252 of 54911
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Originally Posted by coxaca View Post

Thanks Journeyman, and Quarks too, for your replies.

I'm looking at a pair of Santonis from shopthefinest.com. My existing pair of Santonis are Santoni size 9.5 (= EU 43.5). I usually take a 44. This pair were tight for a while but now fit comfortably. Journeyman, what has been your experience with Santoni's sizing? The reason I'm asking is that the pair I am looking at are also a 9.5, there is no stock in 10 (= EU 44).

Just be careful with sizing as the Italian sizing is +1.5 eg 9.5Santoni Italy = 11US
post #31253 of 54911
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Originally Posted by meister View Post

Just be careful with sizing as the Italian sizing is +1.5 eg 9.5Santoni Italy = 11US

Yes, Santoni's sizing can be confusing.

I've got a pair from Santoni's Goodyear-welted "Classico" range, and had another pair from the same range, and I took my usual size in those shoes.

However, the sizing on the various Fatte a Mano (FAM) models seems to be quite unpredictable. My double monks are an 8, I think, whereas I normally take a UK 9/US 10. They're a little bit narrower than I'd like, but the length is spot on.
post #31254 of 54911
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Originally Posted by fxh View Post

that's no way to refer to your wife on a public forum.

especially on mother's day!

This is humour?
post #31255 of 54911
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Originally Posted by Oli2012 View Post

Y

Man this makes me rage to no end, better buy shoes fast guys ><<br />
http://www.smh.com.au/business/dollars-slide-expected-to-be-slow-and-steady-20130511-2jeor.html

100.00 USD = 99.8901 AUD
US Dollar ↔ Australian Dollar
1 USD = 0.998901 AUD 1 AUD = 1.00110 USD

Mid-market rates: 2013-05-12 05:41 UTC

still safe guess the question is for how much longer?
post #31256 of 54911
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Originally Posted by Geoffrey Firmin View Post

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Originally Posted by Oli2012 View Post

Y

Man this makes me rage to no end, better buy shoes fast guys ><<br />
http://www.smh.com.au/business/dollars-slide-expected-to-be-slow-and-steady-20130511-2jeor.html

100.00 USD = 99.8901 AUD
US Dollar ↔ Australian Dollar
1 USD = 0.998901 AUD 1 AUD = 1.00110 USD

Mid-market rates: 2013-05-12 05:41 UTC

still safe guess the question is for how much longer?

I'd be surprised to see that slide eventuate. This obviously isn't advice tho.
post #31257 of 54911
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Originally Posted by Plestor View Post



I'd be surprised to see that slide eventuate. This obviously isn't advice tho.

Problem is that VIsa, MC never pay the going rate of exchange they pay less by a couple of cents on the dollar. ffffuuuu.gif
post #31258 of 54911
Re chinos: I quite like Herringbones 'Jet' chino if you can get them on sale: on the skinny side (low rise also) but the 2% nylon has just enough give.

Don't pay full price, but nice at 50% off.

I believe they use the same manufacturer as Howard Yount, FWIW.
post #31259 of 54911

does anyone here watch Sherlock? just finished episode 3 in season 1. the cut away club collar looked good:

 

 

post #31260 of 54911
Picked up a Zegna 15 milmil 15 suit in great condition from an op shop for $40. I got out of there feeling like a bandit
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