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

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  1. sliq

    sliq Senior member

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    is there a Goodwill in Sydney? it keeps popping up across the forum.
     
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    I don't know; I was being facetious. I was somewhat poking the popularity of the thrift-store chat (such places are where the SF 1337 hang out).
     
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    the detailing is great. looks on par with my tods, i must admit.
     
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    sliq Senior member

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    [​IMG] for me, it started all started as a "hobby"..............................................
     
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    thanks mate.
     
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    Romp Affiliate Vendor

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    thanks mate and thanks to all the pre-orders. Sorry for those that missed out on sizing (Ill note that most of you guys are size 44 lol). Those that have already paid will have them sent in the morning.

    They are now live on our site. I will share the plain colours etc later in the week.

    Cheers
    Rob
     
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    Yay or Nay?


    Cole Haan Air Adams Cap Toe Oxfords
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    These come in black too.


    Cole Haan Air Madison Cap Toe Oxfords
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    Boss Black Metor Apron Toe Derby
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    Church's London Leather Oxfords
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    Spinning Active Member

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    Yay or Nay? I like the first ones there...





    Cole Haan Air Adams Cap Toe Oxfords
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    These come in black too.




    Cole Haan Air Madison Cap Toe Oxfords
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    Boss Black Metor Apron Toe Derby
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    Church's London Leather Oxfords
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    buy from RL site and use shipping forwarder
     
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    jaypee Senior member

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    I saw at the RL warehouse store at Homebush there was a huge amount of RL Denim and Supply product. There was also common sized Polo suits (38, 40, 42) and quite a few Purple Label pants. All 70% off


    Probably Herringbone depending on your body type.
     
  11. DartagnanRed

    DartagnanRed Senior member

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    In all honesty, just buy something you think looks good for less than $500 and wear it for a while. Or thrift something, which may well look better. Don't bother about what this forum says until you form your own sense of style which takes a while. After you've worked for six months or so, take a step up and buy something nicer using what you've learnt. Maybe you won't give a shit anymore after you see the way everyone else dresses, maybe you still will in which case you'll have a much better idea of what you want.
     
  12. Gerry Nelson

    Gerry Nelson Senior member

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    I need some suggestions on a warmer weather hooded coat that also looks decent when worn over a suit or sportscoat. The duffle coats that served me well over the colder months are just too heavy.

    Right now, I'm looking at just getting a hood for my Barbour Beaufort and using that. At this point, that seems to be the most cost-effective solution.

    Thoughts?

    In other satorial news, I'm picking up my altered Benjamin and P Johnson suits today!
     
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    If cost-effective wasn't what you were going for I'd look at something like this Mackintosh @ Epaulet
     
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    Considering the current state of play in Canberra I think they would be perfect for a stroll around the capitol hill bunker.:D
     
  15. lachyzee

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    Those things don't breathe very well by all accounts.

    Nice looking coat though.
     
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