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Cheers mate. Also, guys have any recommendations for casual belts? I'm not a fan of the matching belt with shoes when I'm wearing chinos and shirt tucked in. I was thinking perhaps a navy silk or canvas belt, or something with a rep type stripe. Ideally all my chinos would have side adjusters, but alas. Thoughts?
post #42632 of 53471
Paparubbery your usual shirt size is 38, yes?
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Originally Posted by lukejackson View Post

Cheers mate. Also, guys have any recommendations for casual belts? I'm not a fan of the matching belt with shoes when I'm wearing chinos and shirt tucked in. I was thinking perhaps a navy silk or canvas belt, or something with a rep type stripe. Ideally all my chinos would have side adjusters, but alas. Thoughts?

 

My only tip is dont go Country Road - I bought a D ring belt from them, did it up and it stretched a whole size. 

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Yes they are Belgraves! In espresso, which can look almost black in a certain light. Quite a versatile colour I've found.

Ha - I'm wearin my Belgraves today! Such an underrated shoe, quality is better than C&J (yes, even handgrade) and Carmina
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Originally Posted by lukejackson View Post

Cheers mate. Also, guys have any recommendations for casual belts? I'm not a fan of the matching belt with shoes when I'm wearing chinos and shirt tucked in. I was thinking perhaps a navy silk or canvas belt, or something with a rep type stripe. Ideally all my chinos would have side adjusters, but alas. Thoughts?

 

So I was at Ted Baker in Chadstone the other day and they had a rope belt in navy that looks pretty snazzy. Grabbed one of them. 

 

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Paparubbery your usual shirt size is 38, yes?

 

In MJ Bale's Slim Fit I'm a 38, or a 39 Super Slim for the neck size more than anything else. 

 

But yeah, generally a 38 across every brand I've tried. 

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Originally Posted by lukejackson View Post

Cheers mate. Also, guys have any recommendations for casual belts? I'm not a fan of the matching belt with shoes when I'm wearing chinos and shirt tucked in. I was thinking perhaps a navy silk or canvas belt, or something with a rep type stripe. Ideally all my chinos would have side adjusters, but alas. Thoughts?

http://www.elizab.com/category/LM-Belts.html

http://www.jpressonline.com/accessories-belts/
post #42637 of 53471

Just one more for old m8 Ernesto and his love of my messy hotel room shots. 

 

 

Pants are O&J chinos, rope belt is ted baker, shoes are Loake, shirt is Kamakura Linen.

post #42638 of 53471

Equus all the way for belts.

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Just one more for old m8 Ernesto and his love of my messy hotel room shots. 

Too kind, old boy.

So that's a 15.75/33? Which fit?
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Too kind, old boy.

So that's a 15.75/33? Which fit?

 

pretty sure the linen has only one fit in S M or L sizes.

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Just one more for old m8 Ernesto and his love of my messy hotel room shots. 

 

 

Pants are O&J chinos, rope belt is ted baker, shoes are Loake, shirt is Kamakura Linen.

 

looking tops!

post #42642 of 53471

Sorry for the thread crapping, but still clearing out some shooz for those who are of larger feet.

 

http://www.styleforum.net/t/339751/new-big-drops-3-12-2013-aus-shoes-alden-loake-grenson-meermin/0_100

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pretty sure the linen has only one fit in S M or L sizes.

Ah, you are correct. Forgot.
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Sigh...

http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/executive-style/style/the-best-dressed-men-in-australia-20131202-2yksq.html

I don't know why I bother clicking on these things, I really don't.
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Sigh...

http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/executive-style/style/the-best-dressed-men-in-australia-20131202-2yksq.html

I don't know why I bother clicking on these things, I really don't.

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