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post #3601 of 58042
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Originally Posted by blahman View Post
Assuming everyone who wears a pocket square and not looking like a douche to highly likely be SFer, who could the chap walking down Latrobe with a green stripe tie, med length hair be this morning?

Wait till the small paper finds out that there is a secret 'brotherhood' of men in Melbourne all identifying themselves with natty pocket squares.
post #3602 of 58042
Speaking of random SF sightings - just saw Ethan and PJohnson walking/rolling (they had wheelie trunks) down Martin Place.

What a small town this is sometimes.
post #3603 of 58042
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Originally Posted by Prince of Paisley View Post
Is driving over the border for registration an option for you? Just about everyone on the NSW North Coast has a QLD licence plate to avoid paying the rip-off NSW levies and charges.

Sadly No.
post #3604 of 58042
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Originally Posted by blahman View Post
Assuming everyone who wears a pocket square and not looking like a douche to highly likely be SFer, who could the chap walking down Latrobe with a green stripe tie, med length hair be this morning?

I am wearing green stripe tie today and work around La Trobe. But it was not me, as far as I recall I only went onto Little Lonsdale today - when I was on La Trobe it was in my cycling rags - definately not SF approved. Was wearing a nice PS though.

See: linenforsummertweedforwinter.tumblr.com for details - bad photography but distracts me from work and allows me to have a bit of a visual wardrobe diary.

PS (not pocket square in this case) - bring on the little newspaper's scoop.
post #3605 of 58042
Gotta love these SF sightings.

Melbourne today, saw a gentleman walking along Collins Street with black tassel loafers, grey wool pants, navy blazer with gold buttons.
post #3606 of 58042
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Originally Posted by Journeyman View Post
Herringbone don't put C&Js on sale.
I'm not sure, but I think that the most expensive model offering by Herringbone costs about $600.
$600+. I've purchased Lowndes at $649 and they're only bench grade.
post #3607 of 58042
Anyone know what happened to Hayel & Son? Someone in the building told me that they just moved out, but he wasn't sure if they had relocated or closed down.
post #3608 of 58042
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Originally Posted by mercury View Post
Anyone know what happened to Hayel & Son?
Someone in the building told me that they just moved out, but he wasn't sure if they had relocated or closed down.

Haven't been there for months though I think stuff is happening in the Gowings building rear area with hotel construction which would effect their light in the workroom. Phone is 92660161/mobile 0414955618
post #3609 of 58042
Arrrrrrrrg! Just took my favorite jumper out to wear today and found a friggin' moth hole on the belly!

Are there any reweaving services in Melbourne or should I seek the services of my Mum or Grandmother?

Looks like this weekend will be throwing out all the pre SF shit in my closet that I couldn't give away!
post #3610 of 58042
On the same note:

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Originally Posted by appolyon View Post
Guys I have a suit with a couple of small moth holes that I'd like to have repaired...does anyone know of a reputable reweaving service in Melbourne or anywhere else in Australia?

Did you ever find a profesional service in Melbourne Appolyon?
post #3611 of 58042
Unfortunately not. I ended up sending it out to a place in Chicago.

For a jumper I would just go to a dry cleaners. My GF had a cashmere jumper with a small hole in it and went to the local dry cleaners and they got rid of it.

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Originally Posted by CHECKstar View Post
On the same note:

Did you ever find a profesional service in Melbourne Appolyon?
post #3612 of 58042
Out of interest, how much did the Chicago mob cost and did it take long?
post #3613 of 58042
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Originally Posted by CHECKstar View Post
Arrrrrrrrg! Just took my favorite jumper out to wear today and found a friggin' moth hole on the belly!

Are there any reweaving services in Melbourne or should I seek the services of my Mum or Grandmother?

Looks like this weekend will be throwing out all the pre SF shit in my closet that I couldn't give away!

Any decent tailor will either be able to fix it or refer you to someone to fix it.
post #3614 of 58042
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Originally Posted by CHECKstar View Post
Arrrrrrrrg! Just took my favorite jumper out to wear today

Yep, I think today was officially the start of wearing winter gear to work. Brrr.
post #3615 of 58042
I wore my cordurouy suit for the first time yesterday. I broke out my flannel suit earlier in the month one a one-off cold-outbreak..but its about to go into high rotation.
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