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Good luck Jason; pants look great...well as great as they can from a single pictureicon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

Also awesome to see two new members in a span of less than 24 hours; welcom guys!

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Originally Posted by Oli2012 View Post

Jason - would you consider getting a '4 season' worsted like HY has?

Yes and I will but not first up, will be tropicals first up. The flat front sample is in a really nice grey serge fabric which would be perfect.
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Dear Jason,

Make my pant-dreams come true.

Love,

Australian Members thread

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Originally Posted by TehBunny View Post

Good luck Jason; pants look great...well as great as they can from a single pictureicon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

Also awesome to see two new members in a span of less than 24 hours; welcom guys!

Thanks guys doing my best to fill a void in the market, hopefully it will work out to everyone's favour.
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Originally Posted by Henry Carter View Post


Thanks guys doing my best to fill a void in the market, hopefully it will work out to everyone's favour.

Double reverse pleats please
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i love pleats like these:

 

 

here's another look from far away (different trou though)

 

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I like the side adjusters on sliqs photo better.. Cleaner look.

Nice trouser nonetheless jase!
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LOL O&J is now four-pins famous!

http://four-pins.com/style/the-k-is-for-kangaroo/
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There will just be a single forward pleat more than likely for the pleated one. Double pleats are too full for my market and the one above is really a bespoke option, I've never seen it on any otr trousers and I'd hazard a guess that of the fit was off a bit, they would splay open quite badly. I'd also take a guess that I'll have a few different buckle options for the side adjusters. Anyway, all will be revealed in good time.

For those waiting, I've just uploaded the first lot of the new ties with some new and some re-stocks. Copied from my affiliate thread and spoilered
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
New
Silver Grenadine 7 fold


Navy/White Dot 7 fold


Black crunchy knit


Navy crunchy knit


Brown crunchy knit


Re-stocks
Navy Grenadine 7 & 3 fold


Burgundy Grenadine 7 & 3 Fold


Chocolate Grenadine 7 & 3 Fold


Charcoal herringbone wool 3 fold
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Originally Posted by streetminimal View Post

LOL O&J is now four-pins famous!

http://four-pins.com/style/the-k-is-for-kangaroo/

Yeah I couldn't believe it when Sliq sent that to me over the weekend.. My website traffic increased ten fold it's been crazy. Genuinely had no idea they were doing an article
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Originally Posted by __PG__ View Post


Did you get this from the Canali store in Sydney? Off the rack or made to measure?

I think I saw a suit with that fabric on a mannequin when I was Sydney last month. It looked brilliant.

 

Yep, Macquarie Street. Off the rack. You're right, the suit was on a mannequin inside the store for a while, and there was a big photo of it or a similar one, in the front display window. It's also in their catalog.

 

I've had my eye on this suit for months, and had tried it on once. Was just waiting patiently for the sale, and hoping...

 

Mind you, I got dumped on by a rainstorm five minutes after walking out the door this morning. Just hung the jacket up when I got to work and it dried out fine.

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Originally Posted by TheWraith View Post

X-post from the WAYWN thread...

At home in my library after coming home from an afternoon tea at my club recently.



Suit: Amy Yang MTM.
Shirt: Tailorstore MTM.
Socks: Pantherella.
Shoes: Shanghai Tianzi MTM.

 

When you state "MTM" from Shanghai Tianzi, did you actually go to their workshop in Songjiang to get measured up, or just send them some measurements?

 

They look very nice. I'm going to make the trek out to their workshop when I get back to Shanghai in a few weeks.

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Online MTM, though you can certainly go to them as well if you're able. I sent them an outline of the soles of my feet, measured various points of the soles of my feet and supplied overall measurements of key areas of my feet. Obviously, getting it all done in person is better, but the shoes fit me perfectly, they nailed it, and for $221, I'm thrilled biggrin.gif I have three pairs of shoes from them so far, with more to come.
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Anyone here know anything about the quality of Henry bucks house brand knit wear? Or anywhere to find cashmere v neck for under $200 for the 'heftier man'?
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I saw Cashmere jumpers on sale at Pozzoni menswear on Queen St, between Little Collins and Bourke st the other day.
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Anyone here know anything about the quality of Henry bucks house brand knit wear? Or anywhere to find cashmere v neck for under $200 for the 'heftier man'?

By 'heftier man' are we describing a prop or second rower? As a middle aged former breakaway I would recommend http://stores.ebay.com.au/Kathys-Scottish-Designer-Knitwear try if your after XL or XXL
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Anyone here know anything about the quality of Henry bucks house brand knit wear? Or anywhere to find cashmere v neck for under $200 for the 'heftier man'?

 

Woolover's stuff is pretty well made. And very roomy.

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