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post #32431 of 56104
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Originally Posted by Romp View Post

wait up.. you iron your jeans?

(Go easy tiger - I've only started wearing jeans after a two year moratorium and I'm not getting used to them well - low-ish rise etc)

Only the cuffs. To stay up

I can't abide a crease in jeans.

I only iron dress/business shirts, wool trousers and I quick iron peg marks or strange creases/twists out of chinos and jeans.
post #32432 of 56104
Oops link is here:

http://www.schneiderknopf.de/

Been meaning to get some myself. Apparently the proper measures are 23 ligne for cuffs and 30 for jacket front, or 32 for a DB. Schneider mostly has 22 and 24, not 23 but I'm sure I'll get by. Also, mother of pearl buttons, fuck yeah...
post #32433 of 56104
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Originally Posted by fxh View Post


I can't abide a crease in jeans.
post #32434 of 56104
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Originally Posted by California Dreamer View Post

6. Try to catch up with Matt on the book challenge. (I have Akula nailed).

 

Californian Dreamer, please.

 

I mass bad fantasy epics on holidays to put some mad numbers on the board. That and, apparently, we get to count Tolstoy short stories.

 

Akula is on another plane of reading reality.

post #32435 of 56104
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Originally Posted by Gerry Nelson View Post

I just got these from Carmina and am absolutely blown away by how beautiful they are in real life. On the Soller last (very similar in feel to the Inca), these boots are very comfortable for my feet.

 

 

 

More pics (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Those are extremely beautiful and you are a bastard.

 

Now, how to wear them. Make sure you get this bit right:

 

 

Pitti has spoken.

post #32436 of 56104
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Originally Posted by coxaca View Post

 

 

Those are extremely beautiful and you are a bastard.

 

Now, how to wear them. Make sure you get this bit right:

 

 

Pitti has spoken.

 

Thanks for the kind words about the shoes and the part in bold - maybe now I'll finally get rid of that 'Nice Guy' nickname!

 

Are you reading this, Pink Socks? smile.gif

 

I'll definitely be wearing them without socks - maybe even with shorts, shawl and a floppy hat. I'll be as Pitti as a peacock!

post #32437 of 56104
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Originally Posted by coxaca View Post
 

 

coxaca, you have a very peculiar username. \:

post #32438 of 56104
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Originally Posted by sliq View Post

coxaca, you have a very peculiar username. \:

I was wondering about the pronunciation myself.

Perhaps it's meant to be pronounced in a Spanish/Mexican accent, so that it sounds less indecent!
post #32439 of 56104
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Originally Posted by sliq View Post

 

coxaca, you have a very peculiar username. \:

 

 

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Originally Posted by Journeyman View Post


I was wondering about the pronunciation myself.

Perhaps it's meant to be pronounced in a Spanish/Mexican accent, so that it sounds less indecent!

 

I'm taking the Fifth.

post #32440 of 56104
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Originally Posted by Gerry Nelson View Post

Thanks for the kind words about the shoes and the part in bold - maybe now I'll finally get rid of that 'Nice Guy' nickname!

Are you reading this, Pink Socks? smile.gif


I'll definitely be wearing them without socks - maybe even with shorts, shawl and a floppy hat. I'll be as Pitti as a peacock!

He is just jealous GN. You are thee Nice guy with an enviable (ever growing) shoe collection. It is understandable.
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post #32442 of 56104
Are yours 501s, fxh?
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post #32444 of 56104

Various pickups from their own threads:

 

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Originally Posted by joiji View Post

My latest pair. 44.5 F-last, Oxblood U cap derbys.

 

 

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Originally Posted by joiji View Post

1.25" Belts in Black, Dark Havanna, Australian Nut and Burgundy. Hardware is satin stainless steel.

 

 
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Pair of loafers on the Forest last, Burgundy shell.

 

 

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post #32445 of 56104
Any Sydney fellows able to recommend a B&B in Berry?

Went to the Turner exhibition at the NGA today impressive also not crowed which was even better. Worth a look if your in town.
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