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

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  1. California Dreamer

    California Dreamer Senior member

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    Nor is Melbourne.
     
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    Looks like herringbone is dipping their toes into the multibuy space, two suits for $1200 lto.

    Always fun to get multiple deliveries in one day, more shoe trees, new suits and awesome HC tie, like xmas :)

    That linked call in the waywn thread to read Dale Carnagie on how to insult people without sounding like a proverbial was good.
     
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  3. Petepan

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    Please, for the love of God, no.
     
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    I'm a Hawthorn supporter ;-)
     
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    Prince of Paisley Senior member

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    Or you could try Henry Carter - I've never heard of a member that wan't impressed with his product and service. Also, you can't really go wrong with online sizing etc. of a pocket square.
     
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  8. California Dreamer

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    Lucky you. :)
     
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    Saw a bloke on the train, very #workwear. Fake looking Barbour Bedale, blue chambray, APC raws, Alden Indy boots.
     
  10. lukejackson

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    Guys, what is the consensus on suede for summer? E.g suede loafers? I'm certainly not a stickler for 'rules' but feel hesitant with, say, suede loafers and a linen shirt. Faux pas or am I being facetious? Cheers
     
  11. Henry Carter

    Henry Carter Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Not at all. I'm wearing snuff suede with cotton trousers today. Snuff is a bit less wintery than dark brown.
     
  12. Pink Socks

    Pink Socks Senior member

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    Suede for summer. Yes. Definitely.

    No question. Loafers, unlined boots. Go wild.
     
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    Heads up Sydneysiders:

    Enrico Santi in Pitt St has 2 pairs of Loake Cannon (1880 range) in size 8, one in tan calf and the other in black suede. Very nice. $269 if I recall correctly.
     
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  14. Geoffrey Firmin

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    Can't see why not. Last time I was in Sydney I noticed that numerous shoe stores in the city, Paddington and some in Surry Hills were full of Suede Derbies, Oxfords and Brogues.
     
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  15. The Ernesto

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    + 1 to all year round suede.
     
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    Cheers guys. Dark brown suede penny loafers ready to go.
     
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    X Post from WAYWT Thread. I still have no idea what I'm doing with StreerWear and Casual fits. Nor do I have any idea what I'm doing with CM either.
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    Barber x Tohikito Jungle
    Staple Superior Tee
    Acne New Cash Max
    Christian Kimber Chukka's.
     
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  18. Oli2012

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    I ordered a lands end Hyde park OCBD.

    As usual collar was too small and it fit like a bag.

    Next week I'm going to get rob to make me some shirts - over playing reindeer games with the internet.

    Now - 6 pale blue OCBDs or 6 pale blue single pocket graziers?
     
  19. Liber

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    Hmm. What size are you/did you order?

    I recently ordered an LE Hyde park ocbd, haven't taken delivery of it yet, by the sounds of it it's not going to fit well though... I'm too lean.
     
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    3 of each would be the sensible answer wouldn't it?
     
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