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Perhaps he's fondling the swatches whilst pondering the vagaries of government contracting?


Fondling government contracts while pondering vagaries of fabric swatches.

post #65507 of 67946
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Fondling government contracts while pondering vagaries of fabric swatches.

Pondering fondling contract swatches and government vagaries.
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Fondling government contracts while pondering vagaries of fabric swatches.

 

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Pondering fondling contract swatches and government vagaries.

 

 

Now I'm worried - do both of you have a camera trained on my desk?!?!

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Now I'm worried - do both of you have a camera trained on my desk?!?!


With paranoia like that, we don't need one :tinfoil:

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Now I'm worried - do both of you have a camera trained on my desk?!?!

Get a load of old George Smiley here acting all coy.
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The ultimate real man's shoe the Florsheim longwing gunboats with suicide cleats can still be picked up in vintage shops in Melbourne for around $100



http://vintageshoesaddict.com/mens_shoes/gunboat_shoes.htm




http://forums.filmnoirbuff.com/viewtopic.php?id=10249&p=1
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Not sure about FXH's delivery, but I received my 30 dollar shirts from Lean Garments. 

 

They are effing awesome for the price. Better than Uniqlo and Muji BDs. Nice roll out of the bag. I think I am set for cheap BDs forever....


 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

Excuse the socks. Carpeted upstairs...

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Not sure about FXH's delivery, but I received my 30 dollar shirts from Lean Garments. 

 

They are effing awesome for the price. Better than Uniqlo and Muji BDs. Nice roll out of the bag. I think I am set for cheap BDs forever....

 

 

Interesting - I'd read about Lean Garments, but hadn't seen any photos of people actually wearing them. The collar roll looks good, with nice, long collar points.

 

What are the fabrics like? Are they fairly substantial, oxford cloth fabrics with some weight to them?

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Haven't worn the university stripes or the white OCBD but they both feel like good fabrics with a nice thick weight. Probably not thomas mason but quite nice and at least better than my BB oxford.

Photos of guys wearing the shirts are on instagram with #leangarments.
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But... what kind of shop is it when everything is sold out...
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But... what kind of shop is it when everything is sold out...


Most probably an empty one.

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Most probably an empty one.

 

:rimshot:

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But... what kind of shop is it when everything is sold out...

They don't carry stock - they have a preorder process. Some of the items are limited to 40 or 50 orders. Run by 2 swedish uni blokes. Very good customer service and hoping to pick up the next lot of chambray BDs. Quite the growing pseudo Ivy style store...

Btw, Kyrgios is such a douche... wtf is wrong with him?
Edited by iSurg - 10/15/15 at 12:33am
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So anyway, in the extremely unlikely event that anyone wants to catch a free string quartet performance, we are playing at 1.15pm tomorrow at the MPavilion, in Queen Victoria Gardens (opposite the Victorian National Gallery).

 

All-Haydn programme.

 

I'll be the one with the pocket square.

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How are you reading a book on Government contracts, and fabric in the same sitting?

 

That's quite a gig.

Quite a gig indeed, pretty lucky. Darwin's experienced unprecedented economic growth in the past two years - about time too.

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