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post #4621 of 55243
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Originally Posted by __PG__ View Post
Bad news for those on a budget, Herring now makes the following shoes in Graphite (i.e. medium grey)

Herring Gladstone

Herring Churchill

I actually love that colour. Is that weird?

Who makes the Herring branded shoes? They look a bit like Loakes...
post #4622 of 55243
Is it just me or have PJohnson removed their rough prices from their site?
post #4623 of 55243
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Originally Posted by tobiasj View Post
Who makes the Herring branded shoes? They look a bit like Loakes...

According to the site, the Gladstone are made by Cheaney, doesn't say who makes Churchill but its likely to be Loake or Cheaney.
post #4624 of 55243
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Originally Posted by appolyon View Post
Is it just me or have PJohnson removed their rough prices from their site?

Probably just some sort of website maintenance, but I suppose it's possible they're about to raise their prices?
post #4625 of 55243
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Originally Posted by appolyon View Post
Is it just me or have PJohnson removed their rough prices from their site?
The website prices were slightly out of date compared to what they were charging. The main difference being they don't really encourage the half canvas option any longer but the full canvas option (now the default) was actually slightly cheaper than the website stated. Hopefully the current lack of pricing on the site is while they update to reflect that, and not that they're putting things up!
post #4626 of 55243
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Originally Posted by TheWraith View Post
Probably just some sort of website maintenance, but I suppose it's possible they're about to raise their prices?


Picked up another shirt from him yesterday, he mentioned they're doing another updated catalogue/photoshoot. It's most likely that!
post #4627 of 55243
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Originally Posted by TheWraith View Post
Probably just some sort of website maintenance, but I suppose it's possible they're about to raise their prices?

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Originally Posted by lennier View Post
The website prices were slightly out of date compared to what they were charging. The main difference being they don't really encourage the half canvas option any longer but the full canvas option (now the default) was actually slightly cheaper than the website stated. Hopefully the current lack of pricing on the site is while they update to reflect that, and not that they're putting things up!

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Originally Posted by ivormiric View Post
Picked up another shirt from him yesterday, he mentioned they're doing another updated catalogue/photoshoot. It's most likely that!

Thanks for the responses ... will keep my eyes peeled for the update.
post #4628 of 55243
Just popped into Ken Barrell to check out the pants. Wool and cotton sweaters are an absolute mess, but divided by size. Cashmere stuff and all trousers are still in some form of order. I didn't check out prices for the cashmere but the trousers are all $49. I picked up some beautiful purple cotton trousers that are unhemmed and they only came with the slightest amount of sass from the shopkeeper. The material has a really nice weight to it that should be great to have heading into winter.

Now the question is, cuffs or no cuffs?
post #4629 of 55243
Rhodes and Beckett, any good for the price point? Just got a 40% off email
post #4630 of 55243
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Originally Posted by jaypee View Post
Rhodes and Beckett, any good for the price point?

Just got a 40% off email

Not bad for an Australian retailer, although I prefer Herringbone. With a healthy discount of 40% you could do far worse. I recently purchased a merino wool / cashmere jumper from Rhodes & Beckett which I am quite happy with.
post #4631 of 55243
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Originally Posted by jaypee View Post
Rhodes and Beckett, any good for the price point? Just got a 40% off email
Is it one you can pass on to us fellow forumites?

Shirts at R&B aren't bad for those that are hard to fit as they do a few styles in a "long" fitting.
post #4632 of 55243
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Originally Posted by tobiasj View Post
I actually love that colour. Is that weird?

Who makes the Herring branded shoes? They look a bit like Loakes...
From memory: the Premier range are made by Cheney; the Classic collection are made my Loake.
post #4633 of 55243
RHODES & BECKETT ARE PLEASED TO INVITE OUR PRIVATE CLIENTS TO AN EXCLUSIVE EVENT THIS IS AN INVITATION ONLY EVENT & WILL NOT BE EXTENDED TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC. PLEASE PRESENT YOUR INVITATION AT TIME OF PURCHASE. FOR TWO DAYS ONLY WEDNESDAY 25 & THURSDAY 26 MAY 2011 PLEASE VISIT OUR ONLINE STORE AT WWW.RHODESBECKETT.COM.AU MELBOURNE 101 Collins Street 347 Collins Street 495 Collins Street GPO Melbourne Melbourne Central Crown Melbourne Myer Melbourne Chadstone Myer Chadstone Myer Doncaster\t SYDNEY Macquarie Place Westfield Sydney Westfield Bondi Junction Myer Sydney Myer, Westfield Bondi Junction Myer Chatswood\t BRISBANE MacArthur Central, Cnr Queen & Edward Streets Myer Brisbane, Queen Street ADELAIDE Adelaide Central Plaza Myer Adelaide, Rundle Mal l CONDITIONS: This offer is available to Rhodes & Beckett database members only during the dates indicated. This offer cannot be redeemed against a prior transaction or an existing lay-by. This offer is not available in conjunction with any other offers and excl cufflinks. The 40% discount offer applies to the item's original RRP. Alteration charges apply during sale period. If you wish to discontinue receiving communications from Rhodes & Beckett or to view our online policy go to www.rhodesbeckett.com.au
post #4634 of 55243
Cheers JP.
post #4635 of 55243
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Originally Posted by Geoffrey Firmin View Post
LPS

Rogers Shoe Repairs at 88 Redfern St, Redfern

Or Nicolas Brothers Shoe Repairs 186 King St Newtown

They're both mentioned on the Australian Vogue forum as being very good, as is a place called Coombes Shoe Repairs in the Strand Arcade

I know Rogers used him a lot over the years anyone comment on the others?

Nicolas Bros disappeared over a year ago. Sad as they made bespoke shoes downstairs.
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