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post #52291 of 57914
^^ I think might be an overcoat, though? Hard to tell

The overcoat-draped-over-your-shoulders look is waaaay overdone.

Trawl through a few pages of the OH blog, especially the Pitti stuff, for a trillion examples...
post #52292 of 57914
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Originally Posted by lachyzee View Post

^^ I think might be an overcoat, though? Hard to tell

The overcoat-draped-over-your-shoulders look is waaaay overdone.

Trawl through a few pages of the OH blog, especially the Pitti stuff, for a trillion examples...

Oh yes, it probably is but it just reminded me of the cape look....

Although MJ Bale could maybe make one and advertise it as a "next level cape" - we have added arms for versatility!
post #52293 of 57914
Speaking of the OH blog, funnily enough I am pretty sure this disembowled suit is mine...
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


http://oscarhunt.tumblr.com/post/92601164662/foundations-of-an-oscar-hunt-suit
post #52294 of 57914
Don't know how much love for hats there is on this thread, but I want to share my opinion on the hats being worn by men in Australia on the internet. What's wrong about these hats is that if you're going to manually dismember a hat's brim to give the illusion of age and make it look more worn, relaxed, nonchalant, whatever, then you want to pinch the front a little, bash the crown around a bit (see what I did there?), and then make it look similarly worn. Otherwise the end result is incongruous at best, but let's just call it dumb because that's how it ends up looking.
post #52295 of 57914
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Originally Posted by lachyzee View Post

Speaking of the OH blog, funnily enough I am pretty sure this disembowled suit is mine...
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Must have been some knife fight.
post #52296 of 57914
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Originally Posted by thebrownman View Post

Don't know how much love for hats there is on this thread, but I want to share my opinion on the hats being worn by men in Australia on the internet. What's wrong about these hats is that if you're going to manually dismember a hat's brim to give the illusion of age and make it look more worn, relaxed, nonchalant, whatever, then you want to pinch the front a little, bash the crown around a bit (see what I did there?), and then make it look similarly worn. Otherwise the end result is incongruous at best, but let's just call it dumb because that's how it ends up looking.

Examples?
post #52297 of 57914
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What is the price point for B&T Tailor?

It's starts from $2,400 for a suit but it depends on fabric.
post #52298 of 57914
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Originally Posted by TommyT View Post
 
What is the price point for B&T Tailor?

 

IIRC, prices start at:

 

$250 for shirts, MTM.

 

$2350 for suits, bespoke

 

$1850 for sports coats, bespoke

 

@Claghorn and @tchoy will have to confirm.

post #52299 of 57914
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Originally Posted by nabilmust View Post

IIRC, prices start at:

$250 for shirts, MTM.

$2350 for suits, bespoke

$1850 for sports coats, bespoke

@Claghorn
 and @tchoy
 will have to confirm.

Thanks Nabil I think that is the correct price, it's posted on Joe's tumblr below.

http://bntailor.tumblr.com/post/86376646458/subskin-update-private-appointments-and
post #52300 of 57914
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Thanks Nabil I think that is the correct price, it's posted on Joe's tumblr below.

http://bntailor.tumblr.com/post/86376646458/subskin-update-private-appointments-and

 

To clarify this is the Australian price, and fittings are every few weeks?

Jesus I'm sorely tempted. 


EDIT: I see trunk shows happen outside of Syd every so often. 


Still keen. 

post #52301 of 57914

quick question, the best online store to buy Carmina's?? thinking of buying now with the AUD/EUR above .7000 now 

post #52302 of 57914
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To clarify this is the Australian price, and fittings are every few weeks?


Jesus I'm sorely tempted. 


EDIT: I see trunk shows happen outside of Syd every so often. 


Still keen. 

Yes, it's the Australian prices turn around time it's quite quick especially if you are base in Sydney. I believe Joe plans to travel to Melbourne once a month.

The suits we get in Australian are the version with a lot of handwork in Korea it's a option.
post #52303 of 57914

Just got back from a fantastic trip to the Cathedral Ranges. Drove up Monday morning and just got home now, was fantastic. The Weather was really great, sun shone bright every day but this morning as we packed up to leave. No one else was there camping either so that was really lovely, and there had been some logging done which was great for Firewood. It got VERY cold at night. Found ourselves going to bed at around 9PM due to it being very cold and there not being much to do, but I found myself up at 7:30 going for fantastic walks through the forest whilst I waited for everyone else to get up, not many people where that keen on hiking or anything, but I did get a couple of people to tackle the peak with me, which was a really fantastic climb. Ate some of the local flora which was pretty fun. There were so many Kookaburras which were great to see, but they were really keen on stealing our food, at one point when putting sauce onto a snag one flew in and grabbed it straight away, was impressive, and so many Kangaroo's, they where everywhere. Last night we ventured out to the local pub, which was pretty rough, but also fun. Tried the Buxton burger which was pretty tasty.

 

 

One of the Kookaburra's

 

Waterfall on the way to the peak.

Made it to the top.

So which one of you did this?

 

 

I really need to invest in some warmer gear though, especially if I want to go to Nepal soon. I would have died without my cheapo thermals, and I found out that my sleeping bag is  too small for me. All in all a fantastic trip, and the Range is  a really beautiful place.

 

As for #menswear, I came home to find my new 3sixteen's on my desk.

 

Booked in @ Oscar Hunt tomorrow morning for the second fitting of my cord jacket, then heading over to see Joe from B&Tailor.

post #52304 of 57914

Regarding B&T Tailor, would any body be able to comment on how flexible they are with regards to the silhouette or house style?

post #52305 of 57914
I think only PoP wears a hat* when hes on the internet.

edit: *tinfoil
Edited by fxh - 7/24/14 at 12:39am
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