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

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  1. thebrownman

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    I am wearing jeans and sneakers today. Probably won't post a WIWT shot.

    Salted caramel is so good. Love it. Gerry, you look splendid as always.
     
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    #Reasonstodresswell



    The only black tie I own is a kilt and the standard jacket with that is black, I am not sure midnight blue would work, though if I ever get a Dinner Jacket it would be midnight blue.

    Oli - here is how the chap from QualityXSprezzy wear his trousers for chelsea boots. I think he looks quite stylish (for his content, age and personality), though others may disagree.


    Not really sure as high as that is suitable for your needs (unless it is only for weekend wear). I prefer my trousers a little shorter when wearing boots, but agree with PoP about not getting them altered to fit only one pair of shoes (if they are casual enough, ie jeans, cottons trousers you can just roll/cuff them when wearing boots).
     
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    Thanks for the advice guys



    Amaretto is one of my favourite things EVER

    Ps cuffs are great. I feel like my pants are unfinished without them
     
  4. Dusty Brogues

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    My Homage to The Brownman

    In these parts to use this accessory in public, may result in no less than a stomping...

    Respect

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  5. thebrownman

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    DB - a coin purse is not worth getting your head kicked in.
     
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    Essentially, to get away with the coin purse, DB, you need to be able to play the minority card. If them stomping you can constitute a hate crime, you're pretty much sweet. Otherwise...
     
  8. Dusty Brogues

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    TBM - Being of Southern European descent the minority card could work in my favour!

    SM - Ok, you can kick me in the ribs, just once though! It will be Fight Club style, ritualistic - with the Dust Brothers providing the wall of sound..... As long as the dimple in my tie is ample lm all good....
     
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    TBM I never saw the coin purse when we had coffee in Canberra and as such I don't believe it exists I think you should post a picture as proof of its existence.
     
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    GF I can vouch for it's existance - I may even recall commenting on the vaunted if not troublesome coin purse.
     
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    I believe this is it:

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    PoP, that is the creepiest thing I think I've ever seen!
     
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    Or could it be this?

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    Thepenisbesidethescrotum.
     
  15. thebrownman

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    Why do I come here? appolyon bro! Hey you coming to HC Trunk Show mate?
     
  16. appolyon

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    I see what you did there

    Unfortunately I'm going to be in NZ visiting a buddy. I think it's going to be a great night though ... I'm already looking forward to the photos.

    Did you see my question on denim on the previous page or did I just miss your response?
     
  17. LonerMatt

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    I had huxtaburger today, GN, and it wasn't as stupendous as I was hoping.

    Not bad, but very American - which is not my thing. Although the fresh cucumber rocked socks.
     
  18. Gerry Nelson

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    That's a shame. What would you classify as a great burger in Melbourne?
     
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    It's quite cliche - but I love Grill'd burgers (egg AND beetroot!?!? fucking yeah!). I think Captain melville would have epic burgers, though.

    The Rockpool Wagyu one is fine, otherwise I make my own, I'm not really a connoisseur.

    HB was good - and fine value, but I wanted to be blown away.
     
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