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Pink socks for charity at hockey tonight! And as an added bonus the rain held off until after the game.
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Hey guys, I'm curious... If you're going for a college-casual look, what kind of outerwear would you sport? Hoodie/Parka/Jacket/Blazer? Any recommendations? (I'm new to this!)

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Cape.
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Guys a quick reminder that tonight is the night the trunk show is on for anyone in Canberra that wants to come along and drink my free grog and hopefully buy a tie or 2. Details spoilered below.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Also just got a new batch of Macclesfields in which are now up online - http://www.henrycarter.com.au/shop/ties/

Jason
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Cape.
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OK, I'm bored.  Let's say that:

1.  Money wasn't a factor in the decision.
2.  You needed suits and shirts for the office or more formal social stuff.
3.  They had to be sourced in Australia . . . no flights to London or HK

Where would you shop?
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My list would be:

SUITS (Bespoke): B&Tailor, maybe JH Cutler though not sure his cut/structure is to my taste
SUITS (MTM if I needed quicker turnaround):  Zenga Couture, Brioni (Harrolds), and I'd probably still go to PJ


SHIRTS (I'm less hung up on MTM vs bespoke):  Nakhle, Cutler, Ascot Chang trunk show, Zegna Couture, Brioni, B&Tailor, and PJ

Any more creative options that I'm missing?


I'll put Bijan at the top of the list for tailors in Sydney, Lengbespoke set up by ex employee of JH Cutler who is doing some great work at the moment and Adamo Marrone in Leichardt.

For MTM PJ is still very good value but with Bn tailor can be had for not much more and the turnaround is very quick I'll still choose the later.

For shirts you can't go wrong with quality of Ascot Chang shirts, there service is first rate, once you have your pattern down you can get a shirt within a week. These all my opinion of course.
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Guys a quick reminder that tonight is the night the trunk show is on for anyone in Canberra that wants to come along and drink my free grog and hopefully buy a tie or 2. Details spoilered below.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Also just got a new batch of Macclesfields in which are now up online - http://www.henrycarter.com.au/shop/ties/

Jason

I've refined tastes in alcohol so the scotch should be JWB if not a 12yo single malt will be fine. smile.gif

See you tonight.
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I think the Glenlivet is 12 years, definitely single malt. I had a taste yesterday, nice sweet flavour. No JWB only double black I'm afraid, but if you like smoky scotch you'll love it.
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MJB still does dozens of plain navy and grey suit. Considering you lot all wear pink and windowpane suits their new line should be just up your alley.
Careful or I'll get PoP to stick a pink windowpane up your alley.
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MJB still does dozens of plain navy and grey suit. Considering you lot all wear pink and windowpane suits their new line should be just up your alley.
Careful or I'll get PoP to stick a pink windowpane up your alley.

Windowpain.
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Avoid being on the end of PoP's defenestration at all costs.
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I think the Glenlivet is 12 years, definitely single malt. I had a taste yesterday, nice sweet flavour. No JWB only double black I'm afraid, but if you like smoky scotch you'll love it.


Sounds like a solid line-up Jas - never let it be said you aren't a man of taste. Looking forward to tonight.

 

Trying to buy a Valstar and pair of Butteros from Carson St Clothiers, it throws an error when I try and confirm the order (tried using Shipito and Viabox, which are at least 40% cheaper on shipping than their 'International Delivery'). Anyone else tried/having issues?

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I'll put Bijan at the top of the list for tailors in Sydney, Lengbespoke set up by ex employee of JH Cutler who is doing some great work at the moment and Adamo Marrone in Leichardt.

For MTM PJ is still very good value but with Bn tailor can be had for not much more and the turnaround is very quick I'll still choose the later.

For shirts you can't go wrong with quality of Ascot Chang shirts, there service is first rate, once you have your pattern down you can get a shirt within a week. These all my opinion of course.

What is the price point for B&T Tailor?
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What is the price point for B&T Tailor?

 

Topy!?

 

PJ!?

 

More than you can afford?

 

Good question.

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Cape.

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Note - I admire Lachy from OH's style and the fact he tries things others would not. Not that I would necessary wear it myself.
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