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JM

Heaps of stuff from the tie bar fits that description too.
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Does anyone know where you can purchase jeans in a size 38 -42 in Sydney which ARE NOT from HIGH AND MIGHTY and are somewhat stylish and ON TREND. IE: Is there anyone stocking large sizes in jeans apart from the $625 AUD jeans of Jacob Cohen in Harrolds?

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Originally Posted by Prince of Paisley View Post

For the haters. Red striped shirt, contrast collar, floral tie, no solids:



For fxh: belt matches my tie.

I can just imagine all the women commenting "nice tie".
Edited by DartagnanRed - 3/25/14 at 12:26am
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Does anyone know where you can purchase jeans in a size 38 -42 in Sydney which ARE NOT from HIGH AND MIGHTY and are somewhat stylish and ON TREND. IE: Is there anyone stocking large sizes in jeans apart from the $625 AUD jeans of Jacob Cohen in Harrolds?

 

Have you tried:

 

- Acne

 

- Incu

 

- Neuw

 

- Ralph Lauren

 

- Country Road

 

- Trenery

 

- the racks at DJ/Myer?

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APC

Luxire

Margeila

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Originally Posted by Atgemis View Post
 

Does anyone know where you can purchase jeans in a size 38 -42 in Sydney which ARE NOT from HIGH AND MIGHTY and are somewhat stylish and ON TREND. IE: Is there anyone stocking large sizes in jeans apart from the $625 AUD jeans of Jacob Cohen in Harrolds?

Maplestore either Balmain or Newtown!

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Man $120 is about a quarter of the price of a new Carmina. Does anyone know if we get stung in Aus with resoling compared to overseas (like with everything else)?

 

 

I think it's a little more than overseas, for example B. Nelson is $90 for a similar service. In all, not too bad a difference.  A factory re-craft of an English shoe will be generally 1/3 the cost of a new pair not including shipping.

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Would anyone happen to have any suggestions for where to get some linen, or cotton-linen pocket squares with contrasting borders?
 

 

Exquisite trimmings, Fumigalli. Don't worry if the colour you want is out, they tend to restock every now and then.

 

http://www.exquisitetrimmings.com/products/Pocket-Squares/Handrolled%20Linen%20Square%20with%20Coloured%20Border.html

 

I've got one in wine red -- it's pretty damn good.

 

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I think it's a little more than overseas, for example B. Nelson is $90 for a similar service. In all, not too bad a difference.  A factory re-craft of an English shoe will be generally 1/3 the cost of a new pair not including shipping.

 

Ah right, fair enough.

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Exquisite trimmings, Fumigalli. Don't worry if the colour you want is out, they tend to restock every now and then.

 

http://www.exquisitetrimmings.com/products/Pocket-Squares/Handrolled%20Linen%20Square%20with%20Coloured%20Border.html

 

I've got one in wine red -- it's pretty damn good.

 

 

Those look fantastic but JM wanted this: "What I'm looking for are pocket squares which are made from a piece of linen (in, say, white) where the edge has been dyed a different colour (say, sky blue) for a margin of about 1cm around the edge of the cloth, and part of that edge has then been folded in and hand-stitched."

 

Apart from the ones that TheErnesto posted, I'm struggling to find ones like that though.

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Originally Posted by Prince of Paisley View Post

For the haters. Red striped shirt, contrast collar, floral tie, no solids:



For fxh: belt matches my tie.


Very dandy look...and super dandy ties...compliments.

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Hi! I'm fairly new to the community and I apologize if I am posting in the wrong place.

We are looking for feedback on our Liquid Wallet design.

 


Looking at it, we are open to any suggestions that we could have done to make this wallet better. Details of the campaign are here: www.kicktraq.com/projects/liquidco/the-liquid-wallet/

I appreciate the help :)

Cheers.
Justin

Edited by justinngc - 3/25/14 at 4:35am
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Originally Posted by Gerry Nelson View Post
 

 

Those look fantastic but JM wanted this: "What I'm looking for are pocket squares which are made from a piece of linen (in, say, white) where the edge has been dyed a different colour (say, sky blue) for a margin of about 1cm around the edge of the cloth, and part of that edge has then been folded in and hand-stitched."

 

Apart from the ones that TheErnesto posted, I'm struggling to find ones like that though.

 

Ah didn't read it carefully enough. I have one in sky blue like that from Romp's old store.

 

Try shop the finest's site then: http://www.shopthefinest.com/n-Category=Accessories&refine=y&Type=Pocket%20Squares&page=1

 

A few options, but perhaps not the colours JM wanted.

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Originally Posted by Journeyman View Post

Would anyone happen to have any suggestions for where to get some linen, or cotton-linen pocket squares with contrasting borders?
I've got a few from Kent Wang that have a piece of extra cloth stitched around the edge as a border - I'm not looking for that type.
What I'm looking for are pocket squares which are made from a piece of linen (in, say, white) where the edge has been dyed a different colour (say, sky blue) for a margin of about 1cm around the edge of the cloth, and part of that edge has then been folded in and hand-stitched.
I've got a few examples from Herringbone that I got a few seasons back, but they are made from silk and are too soft to make peaks - when I try to get them to stand up, the points simply flop over in my pocket.
Does anyone have any decent, affordable recommendations?

They don't have Textas at the work stationery cupboard?
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Originally Posted by DartagnanRed View Post

I can just imagine all the women commenting "nice tie".
Imagining women is probably something you've had to get quite good at.

;-)

You are right, though it's not just women...
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