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Originally Posted by LonerMatt View Post

Ummm. so does Halloween?

Not here, it doesn't. That's the whole reason why many people don't like it.

I could write a lot more, especilly about your unwarranted implication that I am slighting the US community here, but we are boring TBM.
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For any Vass Shoes enthusiasts (and shoe enthusiasts in general) here are some photos of their manufacturing process and a bit of shoe porn towards the end of the post: http://greedanddisgust.blogspot.com.au/2013/10/Vass-Shoes-Budapest-Review-Shoemaking-Process.html

post #40698 of 53844
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Originally Posted by California Dreamer View Post

Not here, it doesn't. That's the whole reason why many people don't like it.

I could write a lot more, especilly about your unwarranted implication that I am slighting the US community here, but we are boring TBM.

Please continue slighting the Americans. I promise I wont be bored.
post #40699 of 53844
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Originally Posted by PapaRubbery View Post

What if it's a party in the USA? 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M11SvDtPBhA
post #40700 of 53844
High Rise White Jeans. This is a pic of shooman and me - back in the day.
post #40701 of 53844
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Originally Posted by Romp View Post
It ain't got nothing on zegna cool effects cloth smile.gif

 

I thought once you're at a 120 Australian marino you're essentially over the line? (I know you can go higher, but not without the garment wearing out easily).

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Super 100's are more than fine if a good quality cloth. Some of my best suits over the years have been made from it (dormeuil, H & S etc) Hard wearing and holds a crease much better. All the 140's and above are just wanky numbers to sell suits to rich blokes.
post #40703 of 53844
Bah humbug.

Having worked in schools over the globe I can tell you that kids don't care about the commercialism of Halloween. (Or anything fr that matter). They just enjoy dressing up.

Hardly think men who spend all day would care that kids like dressing up like a princess or Spider-Man. They probably would talk about our mass consumerism and focus on brands.

Or they would just have fun like kids do. We should take a leaf out of their book.
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Originally Posted by California Dreamer View Post


Not here, it doesn't. That's the whole reason why many people don't like it.

I could write a lot more, especilly about your unwarranted implication that I am slighting the US community here, but we are boring TBM.

 

Completely fair.

 

Till next time G-unit.

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On the plus side, I have enough facial hair for parents to stop their kids from asking me for chocolate. They don't want my milky chocolatey treats...
post #40706 of 53844
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Originally Posted by wishiwasricher View Post

Bah humbug.

Having worked in schools over the globe I can tell you that kids don't care about the commercialism of Halloween. (Or anything fr that matter). They just enjoy dressing up.

Hardly think men who spend all day would care that kids like dressing up like a princess or Spider-Man. They probably would talk about our mass consumerism and focus on brands.

Or they would just have fun like kids do. We should take a leaf out of their book.


See the bolded part. This is the truth.
post #40707 of 53844
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Originally Posted by fxh View Post

High Rise White Jeans. This is a pic of shooman and me - back in the day.

You haven't aged a day.
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A big thanks again to joiji for pointing out the Trenery field jacket. Really glad i got it! Mostly Aussie clothes today - Trenery field jacket, Owen and James popover and Kimber chukka boots!

 

Today:

 

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post #40709 of 53844
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Originally Posted by sliq View Post
 

 

i was going to suggest:

 

http://www.maasandstacks.com/collections/patrik-ervell/products/patrik-ervell-selvedge-denim-classic-light-stonewash

 

 

 

but 30's and 32's are sold out.

 

Sweet find!

 

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Originally Posted by Romp View Post


Nabil I doubt these will fit your legs.

Either way it's 15oz!
It ain't got nothing on zegna cool effects cloth smile.gif

 

Yeah, the 15oz turned me off..

 

Looking at J Brand and they seem decent - but jeans are one thing I won't buy blind.

 

I'd walk into a store, try them on, have a chat about it with the salesperson; and if it turned out to be a helpful and educational experience, I'd pay the difference between the in-store and online price. It would have been money well-spent.

 

How are the tapered 3Sixteens, Romp?

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Originally Posted by nabilmust View Post

Sweet find!


Yeah, the 15oz turned me off..

Looking at J Brand and they seem decent - but jeans are one thing I won't buy blind.

I'd walk into a store, try them on, have a chat about it with the salesperson; and if it turned out to be a helpful and educational experience, I'd pay the difference between the in-store and online price. It would have been money well-spent.

How are the tapered 3Sixteens, Romp?

I bought my J Brand in a store called Pierucci on Chapel Street, Melbourne...no use to you but they are stocking in Australia. David Jones have some (but I have only seen them in the women's section so far...not that I tried those ones on....).

Do you know a stockist for Baldwin here? Incu Clothing might be a good option, though I sure there are others with better suggestions.
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