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Originally Posted by VirgilVerne View Post

I'm actually looking to get a pair of brown meermins as well, if you already have four blacks I'd say you should invest in some browns. Brown suede could work but I usually prefer slimmer lasts when it comes to suede and with what meemin offers I'd go with this one https://www.meermin.es/articulo.php?idArt=4719#. But I mean if you're dead set on suede you can get them there too or on loakes. 

BTW where do you get your loakes/allen edmonds? 

Ended up picking up the black lowndes for ~$420 will get some brown shoes later

Loakes were from pediwear though i heard theyve stopped shipping to australia
AEs were seconds from ebay when our dollar was decent
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C&J Islays after liberal helpings of Saphir creme and wax...

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In other news... I highly recommend Kazuna's work to those looking for quality MTM that doesn't cost an arm and a leg.
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Ended up picking up the black lowndes for ~$420 will get some brown shoes later

Loakes were from pediwear though i heard theyve stopped shipping to australia
AEs were seconds from ebay when our dollar was decent

Just looked up pediwear... it's like the whole country's ganging up against quality shoe-wear 

 

 

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In other news... I highly recommend Kazuna's work to those looking for quality MTM that doesn't cost an arm and a leg.

Looks pretty good to me especially since I'm Asian, might try them out sometime. Still a bit expensive at 1400 though among the MTMs, 

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Are there any recommendations for good quality basic t-shirts (that I usually use as PJs) at reasonable prices that I can find locally? 

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Are there any recommendations for good quality basic t-shirts (that I usually use as PJs) at reasonable prices that I can find locally? 

Well it's not local but I usually order from Everlane, pretty reasonable pricing. 

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^ What about Uniqlo, their's seem to be pretty lightweight and definitely reasonable prices.
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Are there any recommendations for good quality basic t-shirts (that I usually use as PJs) at reasonable prices that I can find locally? 

Fred - Decent plain T Shirts can be had at Best and Less. All under $10 including organic(whatever that is nowadays) I bought a couple of plain fitted blank T's for 6 bucks...

Save your money on T Shirts, Spend your coin on Shoes, Whiskey and Women....

db
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Are there any recommendations for good quality basic t-shirts (that I usually use as PJs) at reasonable prices that I can find locally? 

 

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^ What about Uniqlo, their's seem to be pretty lightweight and definitely reasonable prices.

 

Absolutely. I haven't worn any t-shirts other than Uniqlo for about 10 years now. 

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I've got some cream linen cloth for a cmt jacket, who's my best bet? Either online or in Sydney.
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Are there any recommendations for good quality basic t-shirts (that I usually use as PJs) at reasonable prices that I can find locally? 
Grana are awesome!
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Thanks for all the suggestions. Keep them coming. Would there be any suggestions for good quality underwear as well?

 

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Grana are awesome!

The cotton looks great. But I'm a little off put that according to some sources at the end of 2014 they cost $13 for a t shirt, but now $22. I guess its small change compared to Sunspel. 

 

Uniqlo supima looks the way to go (if they fit).

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I believe they've changed manufacturers/suppliers a few times.
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So living in the satorial wasteland of Adelaide (combined with my less than typical bodyshape) I find I do a lot of online clothes shopping, but mostly overseas providers. Im interested if there are any recommended Australian providers of clothes or others who service Australian clients well online?

And by that I mean have a good website, with good images and proper clothing measurements. As well as good - or at least adequate customer service, like returns etc. I currently use Mr Porter as a good standard of website.

Just asking in case I have missed any, and to broaden my range of online options.
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Just asking in case I have missed any, and to broaden my range of online options.

Christian Kimber (MEL) has some of the best customer service I have ever experienced. Not a huge range but he tends to rotate it regularly
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