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

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  1. JimmyHoffa

    JimmyHoffa Senior member

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  2. Sartorial Scum

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    Nice, I'm sure you'll love them. They are probably the best pair I own
     
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    Surprised he ranked TM Lewin and not Charles Tyrwhitt.

    IMO - anyone who spends $10K on a RTW suit has issues.
     
  5. TehBunny

    TehBunny Senior member

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    Can anyone tell me why the Aus forum has gone Vass mad the last few months? I love the brand and think they have one of the best price to quality ratios along with Loake 1880 (for the high-mid range price bracket),but I'm out of the online ordering game since sizing is a bitch for me.
     
  6. joiji

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    Cheap.
     
  7. Gianni Cerutti

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    Ohhh...BEAUTIFUL jackets...i love double-breasts
     
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  8. JimmyHoffa

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    Two breasts are definitely better than one. Agreements.
     
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  9. Liber

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    Beach holiday time. Needs more linen.

    Going to have a look around Singapore when I pop through on my way to Thailand and see what I can find.
     
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    Which beach? Pattaya?
     
  11. Gianni Cerutti

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    I agree ... for me the double breasted gives you a more elegant appearance and tailoring is the most Regal leader of everyone else. In fact I have almost all double-breasts! Then we in Italy we had Gianni Agnelli who made school for how they knew. He wore them as shirts.
     
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  12. Liber

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    God no. Relaxing in Koh Samui, tucked away in a little cove away from all the crowds and growing tourism on the island!
     
  13. thebrownman

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    You landed one with double breasts. Fantastic! Compliments.
     
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  14. fxh

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    I find one set of breasts enough. Double seems overkill.
     
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  15. thebrownman

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    You have reached enlightenment and are content. Compliments.
     
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  16. Pink Socks

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    I have one and so do a few other members, think Garry Nelson and Lennier do.

    I really rate the design and fabric of them but unfortunately mine is just a bit too small for me, so I have only worn it twice.

    I need to sell it and put the money towards a larger one. It is white, size medium, in excellent condition. $75 delivery in Australia if anyone is interested.

    Just like this, only white -
    http://www.mrporter.com/product/378635

    Can post pictures if anyone is interested or PM me.
     
  17. sliq

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    Arahat is most helpful when it comes to choosing a size.

    and as joiji suggested, for what they are, they're cheap.
     
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  18. meister

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    Champagne Rugby League from a future Immortal

     
  19. Oli2012

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    Just got the MJB Norwood + pairs of pants for $550.

    Killer fit. Should be sweet for suits for a while.

    Just saw Woollahra for the first time too. Talk about money...
     
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  20. Nolvadex

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    horrendous reffing the the dying minutes
     
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