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post #38611 of 58004
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Originally Posted by jas0nt View Post

Foxy do you know of any codes for non shoe items from pediwear?

Nope, sorry. The master of codes cannot help you on this one.

 

But this reminds me of something I needed to bring up today. Have you guys seen Kafka? It's a store established in 1990 in Aberdeen. Their site is very similar to End Clothing's aesthetically and they stock many of the same items. The difference being, they have a constant code running, "KAFKA10", which removes 10% off nearly all items. So if you're looking at purchasing from End, pop over too Kafka and see if they have the product.

post #38612 of 58004
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Originally Posted by Henry Carter View Post

Crunchy crunchy knit day
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MJ Bale
Kamakura
Henry Carter black knit
Henry Carter PS
Meermin MTO
That is a lovely shirt, but I'm not sure it goes with your lovely suit, tie and shoes.

For me that shirt would look better open-necked under a sportscoat. The collar just seems too high for a tie under a suit.
post #38613 of 58004
I agree with PoP. Leave pink and OCBDs for odd jacket combos.
post #38614 of 58004
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Originally Posted by Henry Carter View Post

Crunchy crunchy knit day
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MJ Bale
Kamakura
Henry Carter black knit
Henry Carter PS
Meermin MTO

 

Yes it was!

 

post #38615 of 58004

I wore a crunchy knit too but forgot to take a photo :(

post #38616 of 58004
Just ordered a linen jacket. Beige base with various blues checks running over it, almost gun check. Set it up 3 patch, soft and Matt mother of pearl buttons. I think it will go with denim really well
post #38617 of 58004

Pulled the gun on the Loake from Herring because I want it for an event next Thursday. Hope it delivers in time but more important hope it fits!

post #38618 of 58004
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Originally Posted by Romp View Post

Just ordered a linen jacket. Beige base with various blues checks running over it, almost gun check. Set it up 3 patch, soft and Matt mother of pearl buttons. I think it will go with denim really well

C'mon Rob. Now you're just taunting me

post #38619 of 58004
you should it get it by Tuesday, so all good.
post #38620 of 58004

So. Suiting. It's time for me to buy my first Suit. Well. Non POS RDX suit that is. I'm after a vibrant navy. Something similar to this;

 

With notch lapels and flap pockets.

I had a fitting with Oscar Hunt today, but I'm not convinced, now that I learn the suits are made in china. ZZZ. Huddersfield cloth though. Also very expensive, at $1300.

I'd like fully canvased. Another idea I had, buying the material myself, and taking it to a tailor to get made up. But is there anyone good who will do this for me in Melbourne?

post #38621 of 58004

P Johnson is pretty close to that price and I'm sure Tom could do something very similar.

post #38622 of 58004
Romp I've got to admit I've been a little lukewarm on some of the SuitShop stuff I've seen, but this photo has me 100% on board. I need to scrape up some cash, but I'll be ordering one in this exact make up soon.

 

post #38623 of 58004
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Originally Posted by wurger View Post

you should it get it by Tuesday, so all good.

 

Can't wait, they dispatched already!

post #38624 of 58004
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Originally Posted by Prince of Paisley View Post


That is a lovely shirt, but I'm not sure it goes with your lovely suit, tie and shoes.

For me that shirt would look better open-necked under a sportscoat. The collar just seems too high for a tie under a suit.

 

 

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Originally Posted by Oli2012 View Post

I agree with PoP. Leave pink and OCBDs for odd jacket combos.

 

Nup, totally with Jason on this one. Pink looks great on grey/black suits.

post #38625 of 58004
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Originally Posted by Michael Sy View Post
 

 

 

 

Nup, totally with Jason on this one. Pink looks great on grey/black suits.

Pink Does look great, you're right. But I don't like OCBDs with Suits.

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