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post #47626 of 58005
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Originally Posted by fxh View Post

We should pair up in winter one day when I do my Full Pensioner Look - Brown checked tweed jacket, Tattersall checked shirt, wool tie, mustard cord trousers, gunboat brogues,
Sounds more self funded retiree or elderly escapee from Albion.

The full pensioner is beige wind-cheater, (stained) grey slacks 2 sizes too big held up by tightly cinched belt, socks & sandals, and a strong whiff of Paco Rabanne.
post #47627 of 58005
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Originally Posted by Foxhound View Post




Oscar Hunt
John Smedley
Kamakura
Acne
Crockett and Jones



Very very nice look...compliments
post #47628 of 58005
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Originally Posted by Prince of Paisley View Post


The full pensioner is beige wind-cheater, (stained) grey slacks 2 sizes too big held up by tightly cinched belt, socks & sandals, and a strong whiff of Paco Rabanne.
I've never been a school teacher!
post #47629 of 58005
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Originally Posted by fxh View Post

Foxy - nice look - I'd call it the Youth Ministries Chaplain look.

We should pair up in winter one day when I do my Full Pensioner Look - Brown checked tweed jacket, Tattersall checked shirt, wool tie, mustard cord trousers, gunboat brogues,

I think he looks like Michael Kroger, actually.
post #47630 of 58005
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Originally Posted by Foxhound View Post
 

 

Oscar Hunt

John Smedley

Kamakura

Acne

Crockett and Jones

 

I know people are commenting about the outfit but keep in mind that this was taken at Oscar Hunt right after Foxhound picked up the jacket. He's just got a great looking new jacket and naturally wants to celebrate - let's share the guy's joy :)

 

With regard to the jacket itself, I think the fabric looks great and it's a nice brown jacket. It would look fine with grey, navy or khaki trousers. Very nice.

 

As far as the outfit is concerned, the white collar might be mistaken for a priest's collar and I might do it differently but I think it's a nice look nonetheless. The jacket is an odd jacket and I think the length is fine for what it is. He's evolving in his stylistic choices and that's a good thing.

 

He's 21 but the stuff he's buying is going to keep him going for the next 10 or 20 years. FWIW, we might all give him shit over the purchases, etc. but better this than walking around like this:

post #47631 of 58005
Amen to that!
post #47632 of 58005
All I see is a wog in nice clothes..
post #47633 of 58005
Foxy - As I said I like it - I like to give certain looks names. The Hip Menswear Store Sales Bloke look, etc , The Alcoholic Geography Teacher look is a firm favourite - rumpled cord jacket, cord trousers, rumpled OCBD no tie etc etc
post #47634 of 58005
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Originally Posted by nabilmust View Post

AppleMark


F-last, Chukka boots + double leather soles tapering to single - Dark Brown Suede

great chukka boots! hope you get lots of wear out of them
post #47635 of 58005
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Originally Posted by Gerry Nelson View Post

... but better this than walking around like this:


When did we get our photograph taken Garry? Is this us at our last coffee catchup?
post #47636 of 58005
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Originally Posted by Pink Socks View Post

When did we get our photograph taken Garry? Is this us at our last coffee catchup?

The one before. What I meant was "better not be walking around like this" otherwise he'd be competing with our steeziness and we'd have to 'sort him out', if you know what I mean!
post #47637 of 58005

Hey guys, anyone know of a cobbler in or near sydney that does resoles with danite or something similar?

post #47638 of 58005
Some of the delivered orders from the AusxSing Vass group buy. More in the thread.


post #47639 of 58005
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Originally Posted by titsmcgee852 View Post

Hey guys, anyone know of a cobbler in or near sydney that does resoles with danite or something similar?

Try the one in the Strand arcade, their name escapes me now. Perhaps call them first. Alternatively you could source it yourself and hand it to the cobbler.
post #47640 of 58005
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Originally Posted by arahat View Post

Try the one in the Strand arcade, their name escapes me now. Perhaps call them first. Alternatively you could source it yourself and hand it to the cobbler.

Coombs I believe
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