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post #41251 of 55952
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Originally Posted by Gerry Nelson View Post
 

 

They wrote this: "Available in-store and online exclusively in Australia from Herringbone."

 

Where else can you currently get C&J online in Australia?

 

Well, if you're talking online whether or not it is in Australia is kind of academic...

post #41252 of 55952
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Originally Posted by Gerry Nelson View Post
 

 

They wrote this: "Available in-store and online exclusively in Australia from Herringbone."

 

Where else can you currently get C&J online in Australia?

 

Yeah.

 

No online store no care DM.

post #41253 of 55952
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Originally Posted by kayhill View Post
 

 

Well, if you're talking online whether or not it is in Australia is kind of academic...

 

If the price were the same from Pediwear and Herringbone, I would prefer to buy from the Australian site given the cost of shipping and returns.

post #41254 of 55952
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Originally Posted by Gerry Nelson View Post

Shipping and the cost of returns?

Plus statutory warranty and GST....

ps Hey Gerry, whaddya think of navy shell dubmonks?
post #41255 of 55952

Sounds cool and these look nice :)

 

Bryant Double Monk Navy Shell Cordovan 

post #41256 of 55952
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Originally Posted by Prince of Paisley View Post

So in other words, not like anyone who posts on this thread.
going to have to disagree here. Ex aircraft maintenance engineer over here. I fix everything I own, fridges, cars, tv's, hell even computers. All at the tender age of 23. Also stripped and built a few cars...
post #41257 of 55952
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Originally Posted by Liber View Post

going to have to disagree here. Ex aircraft maintenance engineer over here. I fix everything I own, fridges, cars, tv's, hell even computers. All at the tender age of 23. Also stripped and built a few cars...
*Now I just focus on building my wardrobe instead of cars... I don't know what's cheaper.
post #41258 of 55952
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Originally Posted by Liber View Post

going to have to disagree here. Ex aircraft maintenance engineer over here. I fix everything I own, fridges, cars, tv's, hell even computers. All at the tender age of 23. Also stripped and built a few cars...

I'm the same. I fix everything that goes wrong around the house with one simple tool - my credit card.
post #41259 of 55952
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Originally Posted by Gerry Nelson View Post

Sounds cool and these look nice smile.gif

Bryant_Double_Monk_Studio_large.jpg?14276 

Just waiting until Carmina starts making double monk boots in navy shell. Also curious to see how the patina develops on navy shells.
post #41260 of 55952
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Originally Posted by Gerry Nelson View Post
 

Sounds cool and these look nice :)

 

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Bryant Double Monk Navy Shell Cordovan

 

 

Ooo, could probably do well with purple leather sole, on the bottom.

post #41261 of 55952
Okay, another question.

Where are some good places to get cufflinks?

I'm after the white linen pocket square of the cufflink world. I only want one pair.

I found a pair of silver ovals on David Atkins but they're pretty exxy.
post #41262 of 55952
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Originally Posted by Oli2012 View Post

Okay, another question.

Where are some good places to get cufflinks?

I'm after the white linen pocket square of the cufflink world. I only want one pair.

I found a pair of silver ovals on David Atkins but they're pretty exxy.

Look for something antique I have a pair of rose gold ovals, these days don't have any French Cuff shirts to wear them with.
post #41263 of 55952
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Originally Posted by Oli2012 View Post

Okay, another question.

Where are some good places to get cufflinks?

I'm after the white linen pocket square of the cufflink world. I only want one pair.

I found a pair of silver ovals on David Atkins but they're pretty exxy.

The very thought of just one pair makes a collector like me feel ill. Still ...

Silver, not gold. You'll find it will go with everything and in all scenarios, whereas gold is not quite as versatile. For similar reasons, I'd go for something pretty plain. A pair of classic Tiffany knots in silver would probably serve you very well. As to expense, well you are only buying one pair and they should last a lifetime. I would try scouring eBay for a pair if you can't spring for new ones.
post #41264 of 55952
You should ask RMWs to make you a pair.
post #41265 of 55952

Knot silver

 

These are the only cufflinks I use on the rare day I wear a French-cuffed shirt - in sterling silver and USD45 from Kent Wang.

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