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Originally Posted by Man-of-Mystery View Post


By the way, please remain in business for at least two years. I'll graduate then and will need a nice new shirt. smile.gif

As long as the Factories here stay in business, I'm in business. :)

Sta-Prest trousers and jeans coming soon btw

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Originally Posted by Ivyskin89 View Post

As long as the Factories here stay in business, I'm in business. smile.gif


Sta-Prest trousers and jeans coming soon btw

Sounds good.Would you be able to cater for someone who left their Youthful Sizes many,many years ago(AKA A Fat Bastard),Ivyskin89?
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Sounds good.Would you be able to cater for someone who left their Youthful Sizes many,many years ago(AKA A Fat Bastard),Ivyskin89?

Send me your neck, chest, and sleeve measurements and I'll see what I can do. As for trousers, the waist size ranges from 28 to 48, so that shouldn't be a problem unless you're a bariatric.

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The shirts run from XS to XXXL, but they run small, so you want to get a size bigger than your general shirt size.

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Originally Posted by Ivyskin89 View Post

The shirts run from XS to XXXL, but they run small, so you want to get a size bigger than your general shirt size.
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Originally Posted by Ivyskin89 View Post

Send me your neck, chest, and sleeve measurements and I'll see what I can do. As for trousers, the waist size ranges from 28 to 48, so that shouldn't be a problem unless you're a bariatric.


I am 18 1/2" Neck.
52"Chest.Sleeves are about 33"ish.
42" Waist with 32" Leg.
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The shirts run from XS to XXXL, but they run small, so you want to get a size bigger than your general shirt size.


Hey Nicky, are you selling that shit at Boston Bobby's?
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Hey Nicky, are you selling that shit at Boston Bobby's?

Yep

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Originally Posted by Ivyskin89 View Post

Yep


Cool, thanks.
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Originally Posted by Botolph View Post


Cool, thanks.

 

No problem. I can also do custom sizing

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Derrick Rigers new book on teen tribes 

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Derrick Rigers new book on teen tribes 

 

 

Christ, I bet the fella on the right in red braces regrets his days of youthful dressing when he found out he couldn't have kids... 

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Christ, I bet the fella on the right in red braces regrets his days of youthful dressing when he found out he couldn't have kids... 

 

Probably had to have them surgically removed
 
Looking down towards the Kursaal, near the Tottenham pub, August Bank Holiday, 79. A nice day out!
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Hey Get Smart (Or anyone else for that matter) I've been methodically plodding along this thread starting from page 1 and ran across this from 2010

 

" One thing I gotta say is if you do wear thin braces you'd better not be fat, nothing more unsightly than an older fat guy still wearing braces for the past 30 years like he was skinny and 19. That's sort of my #1 pet peeve about skinheads, are guys who never evolved their skinhead look they grew up with, with a more age-appropriate city-gent-ified look and therefore end up looking like an odd anachronistic re-creation society, a la Teddy Boys. The basic traditional skinhead/suedehead style is one you can grow old with, but at the same time the look can age you prematurely too, making you look like a stodgy old geezer before you actually are one just as easily as it can make you look like you're having a mid-life crisis if you wear bleachers etc, so it's all about finding a good mix to keep yourself modern and relevant while remaining somewhat faithful to the original style. that's my 2 pence worth."

 

I'm curious about the "making you look like a stodgy old geezer" bit.  Could dyou ellaborate a bit more on that?  I'm feeling like I look more and more like an "old geezer" the more I get into "The Look"

 

EG I recently returned a really nice pair of Weejuns I picked up at TKMax for 30 euro just cause the comments my mates made vis a vi looking like an old fart

 

Cheers

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Short Sleeves are in 

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Ivy-Threads/109664699170630

Good looking Shirt-would be interested in other Colours.
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