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Originally Posted by Prince of Paisley View Post

Also, I think Benny Hill started the "tie same fabric as your shirt" look. Now people do that and aren't even trying to be funny.

 

For a moment I thought I read Benny Hinn

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Originally Posted by md2010 View Post

Today RL rugby jacket and pants and PRL oxford shirt. Very casual for Monday .

Nice styles. Simple combinations. Very effective.

- Gino Cerruto
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Yesterday.

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Originally Posted by kayhill View Post
 

 

My mantra is, 'once you go side adjusters you don't go back'.

 

Saves you money, saves you time, you can wear any shoe colour (that matches your pants/suit). Personally, I'm a fan. :p

 

Very nice lacing. Even all my pants are so ... but they have the higher end.

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Originally Posted by Cavarra View Post
 

If you don't mind me asking where did you get those pants made the fabric is very nice!

 

Yup, lachyzee is right, from Luxire. It was this fabric: http://luxire.com/products/grey-cotton-khaki but the link appears to be dead (they're out of stock).

 

Note though that the fabric is shinier in real life than it appears in the photos.

 

Thanks Gianni.

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Bravo thebrownman.
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Originally Posted by Geoffrey Firmin View Post


Denim suit? How 70's let me put some Yes on.smile.gif

As for food processors I tend to use ours a lot, as for wands I don't care for them never owned one and as for rice cookers forget it.

 

I feel the same about rice cookers and wands, good to hear someone is getting use out of their processor, I shall continue the search.

 

Granted im only basing this on whats online but I think Herringbone has taken the coats/jackets title in this seasons game between the usual suspects (R&B, MJB, HB).  The dark chocolate trench and that navy peacoat look quite good.

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Originally Posted by CoffeeDudeGuy View Post

For a moment I thought I read Benny Hinn
That's fxh's real identity.
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Originally Posted by Osiris2012 View Post

Granted im only basing this on whats online but I think Herringbone has taken the coats/jackets title in this seasons game between the usual suspects (R&B, MJB, HB).  The dark chocolate trench and that navy peacoat look quite good.

I agree it looks as if HB have upped their game this season. The trenches look good value, and the suits look nicer than MJs at least in the pics.

Waists on the jackets look super suppressed though, I wonder how much of that is pinning and 'shopping?
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Originally Posted by Osiris2012 View Post

 

Granted im only basing this on whats online but I think Herringbone has taken the coats/jackets title in this seasons game between the usual suspects (R&B, MJB, HB).  The dark chocolate trench and that navy peacoat look quite good.

 

I'm always unsure of what colour coat to go with. Dark like navy, or light like camel? Camel has that classic detective look, but will it blend?

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Trenchcoats aren't like coffee, they aren't supposed to blend.
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Got a navy Mac coming from Luxire in Epic Fabric, might get a beige one further down the line.

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Any idea how much to get some goodyear welts resoled in Sydney?
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Originally Posted by azif View Post

Any idea how much to get some goodyear welts resoled in Sydney?

 

1) Topy ~$45 

2) Leather half sole ~$55 

3) Topy + heel ~$70 

4) Leather half sole + heel ~$80 

5) Full resole ~$120 

 

I personally prefer options 1, 3 and 5.

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