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Originally Posted by PapaRubbery View Post
 

 

I nearly didn't recongise him without camo. 

 

I think that's a camo tattoo on his leg.

post #39332 of 57959
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Originally Posted by Gerry Nelson View Post

I think they're pretty awful:
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I kind of like them. Would go ok with a pair of lime green chinos and a tan jacket.

Wooster actually looks much less fucking ridiculous than usual.
post #39333 of 57959
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Originally Posted by Foxhound View Post

HOLY MOTHER OF SALES!

Reminds me, I really must get my camera out and put together my big sale: suits, shoes, ties, shirts, SCs, and trousers. Almost every brand and size you can think of. There's so much, it's just intimidating to get started.
post #39335 of 57959
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Originally Posted by Foxhound View Post

HOLY MOTHER OF SALES!

Foxy, good on you for getting around to listing things so quickly once you decided to sell them.

A couple of comments:

- If you want a wide variety of people viewing your auctions, it's better to list them on the US eBay site instead of the Australian site (I think that this is possible - apologies if it is not). Otherwise, you won't get nearly as many people viewing them. Of course, the downside is that if someone overseas buys them, you'll have to work out how to charge for postage and shipping a pair of shoes overseas is very expensive nowadays.

- You could also think about listing them in the Buying & Selling forum here on SF, as you should get a decent number of people viewing your listing. Again, if someone overseas buys them, you'll have to work out how to charge for postage.
post #39336 of 57959
Girl on girl action in milano

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Thanks JM. Not really interested in posting overseas, so if I can sell them at that price it would be ideal.

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Girl on girl action in milano


I think I saw this in a movie once somewhere.. hmm.

post #39338 of 57959
I assume it's still okay to refer to a marketplace classified especially considering it is relevant to aussie gents! I've got two new Herringbone and a barely worn MJ Bale suit in the marketplace. Barely have any space left so I'm looking to sell these quickly. I think they're priced pretty well, but I'm negotiable, particularly if you want to pick up 2 or all 3. I'm in the Sydney area. Link below:

http://www.styleforum.net/t/365416/three-size-36-herringbone-mj-bale-suits-individual-or-all-for-500
post #39339 of 57959

Some nice stuff there guys! If only they were in my size...

 

Has anyone tried the Herring brand shoes made in Portugal? (The lowest and cheapest grade). I found a few comments on style forum but was looking for anything else. I'm just looking for a cheap shoe fairly quickly. The single monks look decent as do the lucca penny loafers.

 

I've got an event coming up and am a bit short on cash due to being busy at uni, my current shoes might not cut it.

post #39340 of 57959

I have the Herring Readings(well selling). The brown suede. I think they're amazing for the money, an absolutely fantastic shoe. I was under the impression they were made in India though.

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Originally Posted by Foxhound View Post
 

I have the Herring Readings(well selling). The brown suede. I think they're amazing for the money, an absolutely fantastic shoe. I was under the impression they were made in India though.


I think it depends upon the model. I just had another look and, for example, the Herring Lucca are made in Italy. I read somewhere else another model was made in Portugal.

 

To be honest it doesn't bother me, I don't know enough about shoes to know the important of country of origin etc., just looking for a decent shoes, inexpensive, and need it relatively fast.

 

Thanks for the input Foxhound.

post #39342 of 57959

Ah yes, it has an origin: ___ on the information bar. Seems they are a mix e.g. "EU Community" (i'm guessing Eastern Europe), Portugal and "Imported" which says usually India.

post #39343 of 57959

What's the event? if its black tie just run some black cap oxfords.

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No stress. What's the event?
Edited by Foxhound - 10/13/13 at 6:45am
post #39345 of 57959
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Originally Posted by Gerry Nelson View Post

I think they're pretty awful:

They are a replication of shoes that Churches made in the days of yore.I like the fact that these styles that are slightly jarring to us are still around to look at.
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