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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by earthdragon, Nov 18, 2008.

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  1. Foxhound

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    The purple stuff is so much better.
     
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    Glad you had a good time.
     
  3. sliq

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    PSA: Stocktake on Christian Kimber shooz

    enter "stocktake"

    all the shoes i wanted aren't in my size. doom.
     
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    Sorry for the dumb question, but enter it where? I can't see anywhere to put in the code.
     
  5. Romp

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    Thanks.. Too bad Saturdays aren't the same.. Different crowd! I'll be in there tomorrow doing some painting and cable tying if anyone wants to keep me company lol
     
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  6. sliq

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    sorry, should've checked for myself - i simply regurgitated what his FB page said. couldn't find where to enter it myself after asking. will let you know once christian replies.
     
  7. Stiva

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    Not sure about the contrast strap up the back of the chukkas.
     
  8. Gerry Nelson

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    I can't see it either but maybe it's at the point of sale.

    FWIW, this is what it says on his Facebook page:

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  9. California Dreamer

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    Question gents. This doodad is attached to the bottom of the shirt tail of each of the Bijan shirts I found yesterday. It's about 9 inches long and has 2 buttonholes in it. I can't figure out what on earth it is; anyone know.

    [​IMG]
     
  10. California Dreamer

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    Deal breaker for me. I'm not up for tassel loafers either, so I guess this one os not for me.
     
  11. sliq

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    CK says right at the end of the sale, if not enter stocktake as a note on the sale.
     
  12. fxh

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    I can't see it in context - but some shirts used to have a bit you could strap under your crutch and button to keep shirt from riding up.
    Perhaps @9" built for a small man - I'm at least 12" anytime - unless aroused.
     
  13. PapaRubbery

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    Are these not meant to be be buttoned to the inside back of the trousers, to stop the shirt riding up throughout the day?
     
  14. md2010

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    I assume its kind of like a body suit. goes under then come back to the front and buttons up. It would keep the shirt tucked in better. :satisfied:
     
  15. California Dreamer

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    That suggestion just brings tears to my eyes. :eek:

    I can't see how that would work with a 9" long tag. I think papa might have it, but I really fail to see the point.
     
  16. PapaRubbery

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    12"

    ...

    around
     
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  17. Stiva

    Stiva Well-Known Member

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    All my shirts have these straps. I attach them to studs I had implanted in my buttocks to save having to sew buttons into my OTR pants. Front too.
     
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  18. fxh

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    I had studs implanted in my buttocks - had to get them removed - women kept getting their tongue studs caught
     
  19. Stiva

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    Mine are magnetised too.
     
  20. JimmyHoffa

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    Hey Oli, and anyone else interested, the "Williams" (as in RM Williams) are featuring on family confidential this Tuesday at 8 pm on the ABC.
     
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