- Mar 10, 2006
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I rate Sozzi, bought a whole bunch for pennies in the dollar when Rhodes & Beckett collapsed the 2nd (3rd?) time.Viccel socks... yay or nay?
I too have become quite enamoured with their pieces, in particular their suits, which seem to be extremely good value for the quality. On sale they're unmatched for value in my opinion. DHL shipping + free returns is also nice, they're also super easy to deal with.Really liking Cavour’s stuff. Mostly what I wear these days. On sale, it’s especially great value for money!
Best not to get something like shirt sleeves done at the dry cleaners lol... changes to length can’t be reversed. Unlike with suit jackets.jeez I'm not having much luck with clothes this year. Thought I'd take a shirt to the local dry cleaners to get the sleeves taken up. Not only did they do a dodgy job on sewing it back on, they didn't do anything with the sleeve placket, so now it's ridiculously small and I can't roll up the sleeves.
Yea... I usually have someone in the city do my alterations but since I'm working from home, I thought I'd give the local dry cleaners a go with what I thought was something simple.Best not to get something like shirt sleeves done at the dry cleaners lol... changes to length can’t be reversed. Unlike with suit jackets.
In Brisbane unfortunatelyNot sure where you live but in Melbourne, Mila at Magik Clothing Alterations is good with shirts
I recommend Clare at the Fitting Room in the conservative business dress, they're my go to.Yea... I usually have someone in the city do my alterations but since I'm working from home, I thought I'd give the local dry cleaners a go with what I thought was something simple.
In Brisbane unfortunately
I'll keep that place in mind, it looks closer to my office when I actually go into the city. I usually visit the Vietnamese lady that's in the office building next Jimmys but it's a bit of a trek from Roma st, especially in summer.I recommend Clare at the Fitting Room in the conservative business dress, they're my go to.
My understanding - which could be entirely incorrect - is that if the retailer/seller has an annual turnover that is over a particular amount, then they are supposed to collect the GST and remit it to the Australian government. So any decently-sized company should be collecting the GST on your behalf, rather than you having to pay it yourself.Has anyone bought clothing from overseas since the changes to GST and had to pay extra? How does it work?