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

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  1. fxh

    fxh Senior member

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    What are you wearing in Australia?
    Guys, alot of the photos posted here are from cooler environments. So I was wondering if everyone could start posting pics in here (new or old). I'm still learning, and I would like to get a feel for what Aussies are wearing.


    I've got a towel around me just now. Sorry no camera handy.
     
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    Onion tied to my belt, which is the style.
     
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    What are you wearing in Australia?
    Guys, alot of the photos posted here are from cooler environments. So I was wondering if everyone could start posting pics in here (new or old). I'm still learning, and I would like to get a feel for what Aussies are wearing.


    [​IMG]

    This is a classic Aussie outfit... so famous it now resides in a museum
     
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    Anyone in Melb able to grab me some TODs driving shoes from that Luisa sale?
     
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    How much buddy?

    They were down 40 per cent (so they say), so the driving shoes were $390 from memory. A few other styles as well, which I didn't check out.
     
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    Where do you get your (suit) hangers from? Any tips?
     
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    Where do you get your (suit) hangers from? Any tips?

    I have used the Hanger Project previously. Verry happy with the hangers I received for suits and jackets.
     
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    Did anyone else attend Herringbone, Melbourne yesterday evening? They had a sale going with 20% off most merchandise.

    Unfortunately, accessories were not discounted - I was thinking of buying a canvas belt. Instead, I ended up buying a powder blue cotton jacket (Osaka cut). Very nice jacket but I left the store considerably poorer than I intended! [​IMG]
     
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    Herringbone Perth has opened. Took a look at lunch time. Being where Phillippe Perzi used to be, there is not a lot of floor space so it's a pretty limited range.

    4 suits on offer, charcoal, navy, mid grey pinstripe, khaki cotton. No C&J's. Lots of shirts, limited number of ties.

    Still, good to have another option in Perth.
     
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    Where do you get your (suit) hangers from? Any tips?

    Best ones I got have wide wooden shoulders and a hinged clip/dowel with wire to keep pants sliding. They are from The Hyatt and my access to the supply is limited *ahem cough*

    The next best were from K Mart almost the same except without a dowel clip for pants but they do have a PVC ribbed covering on dowel to stop slippage - and they were only around $3- 5 each. I've never seen them back there since i got my last lot.

    edit: K Mart were pretty much the same as these below but not dark polished , perhaps even wider shoulder flares. $5 vs $75
    http://www.hangerproject.com/mens-ha...t-hangers.html
     
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