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post #32026 of 53863

Up's to shoes we should use tailor dress shirts.

post #32027 of 53863
Bugger off....
post #32028 of 53863

Guys, I just picked up a Raffaele Caruso casual jacket at a very good price from Harrolds (at Crown), but they wanted to charge me substantial coin to sew the sleeve buttons on.

 

Where should I go for this? Whom should I trust to get it right? I am in Melbourne for a few days then in Sydney.

 

Help!

 

 

ps by the way if there's anyone out there with really big feet, they have some gorgeous Santoni size 11s there at the moment.

post #32029 of 53863
Gentlemen,

I just put up a new entry on my very new Tumblr account, showing a few photos of yesterday's outfit:

http://brown-in-town.tumblr.com/post/51213816610/new-jacket-from-deer-style-getting-its-first

Here's another photo (and I hope that I only look that fat because the camera adds 10kg...):

AppleMark
post #32030 of 53863
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Originally Posted by coxaca View Post

Guys, I just picked up a Raffaele Caruso casual jacket at a very good price from Harrolds (at Crown), but they wanted to charge me substantial coin to sew the sleeve buttons on.

Where should I go for this? Whom should I trust to get it right? I am in Melbourne for a few days then in Sydney.

Help!


ps by the way if there's anyone out there with really big feet, they have some gorgeous Santoni size 11s there at the moment.

You went into Harrolds?????

Sew it on yourself - its not rocket surgery.
post #32031 of 53863
Sorry Guys to hijack the thread but if you missed out on these really nice shirts from Romp then I have a couple for sale...

http://www.styleforum.net/t/349073/owen-james-shirts/0_50
post #32032 of 53863
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Originally Posted by fxh View Post


You went into Harrolds?????

Sew it on yourself - its not rocket surgery.

 

Oops - did I do something really, really uncool by going into Harrolds?

 

 

Anyway...I have neither the time, nor the inclination, to sew sleeve buttons on to a newly purchased jacket. Recommendations please. I'm looking for a tailor or seamstress who will do the job well, without taking offence at being solicited for such a menial task.

post #32033 of 53863
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Originally Posted by Journeyman View Post

Gentlemen,

I just put up a new entry on my very new Tumblr account, showing a few photos of yesterday's outfit:

http://brown-in-town.tumblr.com/post/51213816610/new-jacket-from-deer-style-getting-its-first

Here's another photo (and I hope that I only look that fat because the camera adds 10kg...):

AppleMark

If the camera adds 10kg, how many cameras were on you when the photo was taken?

I kid, I kid.

 

jacket too tight around belly, chest looks OK

trouser waist too low and most likely length too short.

 

Men with large thigh shouldn't cross their legs.

post #32034 of 53863
LOL Unnamed, shots fired with the fat joke
post #32035 of 53863
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Originally Posted by UnnamedPlayer View Post


Men with large thigh shouldn't cross their legs.

lol ....
post #32036 of 53863
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Originally Posted by UnnamedPlayer View Post

If the camera adds 10kg, how many cameras were on you when the photo was taken?

I kid, I kid.

 

jacket too tight around belly, chest looks OK

trouser waist too low and most likely length too short.

 

Men with large thigh shouldn't cross their legs.

 

Dickhead.

post #32037 of 53863
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Originally Posted by Journeyman View Post

Gentlemen,

I just put up a new entry on my very new Tumblr account, showing a few photos of yesterday's outfit:

http://brown-in-town.tumblr.com/post/51213816610/new-jacket-from-deer-style-getting-its-first

Nice to see you on Tumblr JM, welcome.

My Alfred Sargent snuff suede double monks arrived today (ordered Sunday night). Beatiful looking shoe. Fit seems pretty good, will give their first proper wear soon.




Is anyone going to this Festival of Steve (terrible name in my humble opinion) tomorrow? My day just freed up so thinking I might go into the city for a look around and maybe pop in. Could be a good first outing for the monks.

Then in the evening it is off to the MCG for Dreamtime at the G (Essendon versus Richmond). Should be a good night and Henry Carter cashmere smart gloves are a necessity in the MCC.

Hope you all have nice weekends ahead.

Just home from some pho and a movie, The Hangover Part III (not a good as I but better than II). A perfect relaxing Friday night.
post #32038 of 53863
Quote:
Originally Posted by Journeyman View Post

Gentlemen,

I just put up a new entry on my very new Tumblr account, showing a few photos of yesterday's outfit:

http://brown-in-town.tumblr.com/post/51213816610/new-jacket-from-deer-style-getting-its-first

Here's another photo (and I hope that I only look that fat because the camera adds 10kg...):

AppleMark

 

Effortless JM.... Legs crossed beats Robo pose anyday, unless it's Sharon Stone : )

 

Looking forward to your TUMBLR activity!

 

Great kicks Mr Pink Socks, watch out for the tomato sauce dripping off your 4 & 20!

post #32039 of 53863

Love the shape of those monks compared to C&J Lowndes, nice purchase.

post #32040 of 53863
I agree with you, jmills but on one proviso - how the 348 looks depends largely on the size of one's feet. Size 8 and below, it looks lovely, IMO. 8.5 and above, it starts to look too elongated for my liking. It's one of those lasts that dictates a more proportionate trouser leg opening as well, because anything too narrow exacerbates its elongated shape. In any case, it doesn't fit me well at all so it's not a problem I have to think about. It's not even a "problem".

Going to PJ later today.
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