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Australian Members - Page 2365post #35461 of 603028/4/13 at 2:41am
Styleforum Top Pickspost #35462 of 603028/4/13 at 2:44ampost #35463 of 603028/4/13 at 2:48ampost #35464 of 603028/4/13 at 2:48ampost #35465 of 603028/4/13 at 2:51ampost #35466 of 603028/4/13 at 3:12amQuote:Originally Posted by Geoffrey Firmin
I thought Vanity Fair was a quality magazine but really http://www.smh.com.au/executive-style/style/who-is-the-worlds-bestdressed-man-20130802-2r3ku.html
Kieth Richards judged to be the second best dressed man in the world? You have to be kidding!
Still, I gave up any hope of seeing a decent "best-dressed" list years back, as the winners almost always look awful.
I remember one best dressed list published in the Australian's "Wish" magazine a couple of years back. There were a few people on the list who looked reasonable, although not great, a few who were very ordinary, and an architect who was dressed in a black jumper or long-sleeved t-shirt, black jeans and black sneakers. I thought, "Really? I know quite a few architects and they all dress like that!"Quote:
Very well said. I'm not watching the television for the next five weeks!post #35467 of 603028/4/13 at 3:33amQuote:Originally Posted by Spandexter
So I had a pair of AS Armfield's that were just too light a colour to feature regularly in my rotation so I decided to do see if I could take them to a richer/darker colour. I used a combination of black, dark brown and maroon Saphir colours. Anyway, here are the results. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Nice, I do that to my lighter brown tan shoes, but not to this extent, good job!post #35468 of 603028/4/13 at 3:40ampost #35469 of 603028/4/13 at 7:32ampost #35470 of 603028/4/13 at 9:00amQuote:post #35471 of 603028/4/13 at 3:42pmQuote:
I think that a site or two might have been mentioned at that time, although I can't remember what they might have been.
When you're talking about slippers, you've got to decide whether you want a pair of Grecian slippers, which are only designed to be worn around the house, and the hardier, leather soled velvet slippers, which could potentially be worn outside but which will probably not stand up to too much outdoor wear given that the uppers are velvet.
The former (the Grecian) typically have soft leather uppers and are easy to slip on when getting out of bed. The latter (sometimes called Albert slippers) have velvet uppers and a leather sole and can be embroidered with a crest or with your initials.
If you're not too fussy about what you have on them, you can probably pick up a pair on eBay for a reasonable price as brands like RL Polo (and its more expensive Purple Label counterpart) have often made versions with a faux-royal crest or an "R" on one slipper and an "L" on the other, for example.
There are some places that will embroider slippers with your initials, if you choose, although they're not cheap: http://broadlandslippers.co.uk/Mens-Monogrammed-Velvet-Albert-Slippers
Shipton & Heneage, in the UK, has a wide range of plain and embroidered slippers, with motifs including animals, fruit, crests, cigars and many other things: http://www.shiptonandheneage.co.uk/slippers.html
C&J have a pair with skull-and-bones embroidery - perfect for relaxing after a hard day of piracy and plunder: http://www.crockettandjones.com/Product/Skull-Crossbones#.Uf7Vq2SPhXM
I'm sure that there are some other places around that do embroidered velvet slippers, too, so it would be worthwhile doing a search. I remember seeing a pair with a fantastic embroidery of an owl on the toe, but I can't remember where it was anymore.
As an aside, I know that Ethan Newton (formerly of Herringbone and P.Johnson, now of The Armoury in HK) used to wear a pair of RL Purple Label velvet slippers with a suit sometimes. It's an acquired, perhaps somewhat pretentious and eccentric look but Ethan carried the look well. It's something that suits some people more than others.post #35472 of 603028/4/13 at 3:47pmpost #35473 of 603028/4/13 at 3:53pmQuote:
Lachy - I suspect that you are correct in regard to most people wearing velvet slippers with a suit, but I saw Ethan dressed like that when he was working at Herringbone. Clearly, he was ahead of the pack!post #35474 of 603028/4/13 at 3:56pmpost #35475 of 603028/4/13 at 4:19pmQuote:
Good - but where are your monogrammed slippers??
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