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Alterer in Melbourne within walking distance of Southern Cross station?

 

I've got some simple leg tapering and hemming of dress pants needed, thread searching seems to recommend Sam in Docklands or Katrinas?

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I'm sure we all come across this phenomena at times - items we see, love, but know are completely insane for out situation.

 

In line with this, I submit the most intense jumper I've found today: 10 ply lambswool rollneck.

 

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Originally Posted by aussiejake View Post
 

Alterer in Melbourne within walking distance of Southern Cross station?

 

I've got some simple leg tapering and hemming of dress pants needed, thread searching seems to recommend Sam in Docklands or Katrinas?


Sam, tell him I sent you.

 

Jump on the 48 tram on collins and get off at the ANZ building, he's on the other side.

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Next up, a pair of size 10 tan Loake brogues....(that is 10 UK Jimmy...)

Tan brogues. Loake. Size 10 UK.

http://linenforsummertweedforwinter.tumblr.com/post/66551149985/loake-tan-brouges-size-10-uk-please-ask-if-you
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Originally Posted by Foxhound View Post


Sam, tell him I sent you.

Jump on the 48 tram on collins and get off at the ANZ building, he's on the other side.

It's only 15 minutes walk, lazybones. I do it everyday, and I'm about five times your age. smile.gif
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It's only 15 minutes walk, lazybones. I do it everyday, and I'm about five times your age. smile.gif

I walk everywhere unless it's raining. I grew up walking everywhere, I find most people are to lazy to walk these days.

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I walk everywhere unless it's raining. I grew up walking everywhere, I find most people are to lazy to walk these days.

 

DR - make a joke out of this.

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Foxy's been dressing like an old man for a while now, and I think he just became one with that post.
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hey mate would you consider some gunmetal cuff links? I find they are a bit different to what most people have, and the lower sheen possibly makes them friendlier with a few more shirts

 

I like 2 types. Knots - these ones are from mulberry

 

 

 

 

 

 

The ones I have are like this

 

 

Even just in silver, I think this design is quite versatile 

 

Sorry mate. Not conservative enough for me :(

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Sorry mate. Not conservative enough for me frown.gif

Oli I really don't think it gets any more conservative than the classic knot design.
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Searching for some good pinstripe suit pics .. single or double breasted, prefer wide set i.e. 15mm+

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Foxy's been dressing like an old man for a while now, and I think he just became one with that post.


I've been trying to stop this.

This is what I wore to uni the other day.

700

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12 degrees tomorrow in Canberra and 13 today! Time to get the flannels back out.
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Outside of polo shirts I don't own any collared short sleeve shirts and im okay with that.

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Oli I really don't think it gets any more conservative than the classic knot design.
 

Gunmetal is less conservative than silver though. 

 

I think I'll go with the silver knots - from what I've gathered it is the most conservative choice available.

 

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Searching for some good pinstripe suit pics .. single or double breasted, prefer wide set i.e. 15mm+

 

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