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post #34261 of 51899
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I play the field:: Azzaro Pour Homme, Sung Homme, Jovan Musk, Davidoff Coolwater and Old Spice.

Would never use Old Spice as an after shave though.

Not all the cheaper ones are bad.

This is a good investment:: Perfumes: The A-Z Guide, Luca Turin (Author), Tania Sanchez (Author)

You are such a prisoner of ur youth bro' IMHO of course.
post #34262 of 51899
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You are such a prisoner of ur youth bro' IMHO of course.

Look who's talkin'
post #34263 of 51899
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http://yolowastaken.tumblr.com/post/55163264056/farfetch-up-to-50-off-trickers-carmina-crocket

Heads up for anyone looking discounted Carminas, C&Js or Trickers.

Unfortunately the code (x20) (extra 20% off) only works with sale items and none of these brands feature

 

Both Carmina and Trickers have sale items?

post #34264 of 51899

Looking for a white/blue BU to use for formal occasions and a few BD for casual wear. I've checked out TMLewin, MJB, Herringbone, Rhodes & Beckett and other affiliates. How does the quality amongst those differ? With the current sales it looks like TML and MJB would be best for price, however TML's designs for their casual wear is not too good (IMO, as I can't see myself wearing them).

 

Don't want to go over $50 per shirt, is there a better place to shop for casual/dress shirts? I could go by Collins st as the lot of the shops are located there or nearby if it's cheaper.

post #34265 of 51899

Hi,

 

Long time reader but I'm wondering where I can get my hands on some medium/large cedar shoe trees, locally or internationally - at a good price (under $30 would be good). I am particularly interested in a group buy to get a lower price per shoe tree.

 

Thanks in advance

post #34266 of 51899
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Originally Posted by Ennuis View Post

Hi,

Long time reader but I'm wondering where I can get my hands on some medium/large cedar shoe trees, locally or internationally - at a good price (under $30 would be good). I am particularly interested in a group buy to get a lower price per shoe tree.

Thanks in advance

Woodlore from amazon, their shipping rate for multiple buys are quite good.
post #34267 of 51899

Quick shot of my new suit - first time ive gone with a roped shoulder and I quite like. Ill take a full length pic next week when I have more time.

 

post #34268 of 51899

I picked up two casual cotton shirts for $25 each, and a pure wool vee-neck jumper for $40, from TM Lewin last night. Outstanding value.

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What I dont like about tm lewin is how short their collars are. Cant even go tieless if I wanted to.
post #34270 of 51899
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CD - have you ever seen any Old Spice eu de cologne/ toilette on your travels? I have some and its running out and I have never seen it anywhere. Underrated I reckon.
Seen Old Spice at MyChemist. Even if it is the aftershave, you can just dab it on your wrists. I'm riding a horse.
post #34271 of 51899
Bit of flannel and knit tie action for a Friday.





Suit: Herringbone Sydney
Shirt Cottonwork
Tie: Henry Carter Black knit
Shoes: Meermin
PS: Henry Carter White Irish linen
post #34272 of 51899

WIWT -

 

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

Jacket - RL Polo

Shirt, knit - TM Lewin

PS - Duchamp

Tie - Joe Black

Trousers - Canali

Shoes - Crockett & Jones "Exmoor"

Not shown - Omega Planet Ocean watch, Filo di Scozia socks

 

post #34273 of 51899
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What I dont like about tm lewin is how short their collars are. Cant even go tieless if I wanted to.

This is irritating.
post #34274 of 51899
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Originally Posted by Henry Carter View Post

Bit of flannel and knit tie action for a Friday.

I need one of those black knit ties.
post #34275 of 51899
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Originally Posted by Romp View Post

Quick shot of my new suit - first time ive gone with a roped shoulder and I quite like. Ill take a full length pic next week when I have more time.

 

 

Looks good, mate.

 

After some back and forth with my tailor, I've decided to stick to roped shoulders, even if there is no padding on the shoulders. I quite like that look for a less serious suit (like the brown).

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