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Australian Members - Part II - if you read the first post, you'll get what this is all about.

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Foxhound, Feb 10, 2016.

  1. Journeyman

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    Quite possibly the cheapest place is Sozzi's own website, as they only charge AU$65 per tie (plus shipping, of course). Unfortunately, though, the range on their website is very limited at the moment and doesn't include any of their "zig-zag" knit ties.

    https://www.sozzicalze.com/product-category/man/accessories/necktie/
     

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    Is there a code? Because the link says they’re £350
     

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    Nolvadex Senior Member

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    FRIENDS50
     

  5. Geoffrey Firmin

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    I had to have the sleeves shortened on the lightweight wool jacket patch pockets 2 button buggy lined jacket from SuSu while recently in Sydney from Mr Kim this afternoon. Both sleeves shortened at the sleevehead for $60. If your on the Northside of Canberra and don’t mind the trek to Gunners. I highly recommend Kim Alterations. Excellent service and quick turnaround. He also has an appreciation for working with quality garments and fabrics.
     

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    Someone recently asked about replacing collars/cuffs on Ascot Chang shirts.

    They were approx $30 AUD just for the cuffs to be replaced. This was, admittedly, quite a while ago, and for a bulk request.
     

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    It’s not working for me.. how about others?
     

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    The code finished yesterday I think.
     

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    Thanks @nabilmust that would have been me. Probably not worth it for the two shirts I have, but cheers anyway.
     

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    If everything else about the shirt is still ok, I think it's a worthwhile investment. I wore them to death so you could see the fusing in the collars. That told me it was time to replace them.

    I've had some of their shirts since 2012.
     

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    It looks as though the "Scoalition" has well and truly taken a beating in Wentworth today.
     

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    Shades of "Dewey vs Truman"; looks like Mr Green, and everybody else, got ahead of themselves. This will be very close in the end, maybe less than 1,000 votes.
     

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    Game over for Dad. AEC has called it for Dr Phelps 51.11%
     

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    Got a link for that? They are not saying so on the result page, and neither Bonham nor ABC mentions it.
     

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