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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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    National OpShop Week.WIWWYesterday. Jacket, belt and trousers opshop.
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    Other various opshop finds that were handy when I had camera.
    Vintage Brooks Made in USA soft collar and offset cuff button
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    Shoe Stuff
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  2. Oli2012

    Oli2012 Senior member

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    The sucky thing about MJB shirts is that they have standard size sleeve lengths.

    TM Lewin would be my first pick.
     
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    The ability to choose different sleeve lengths with Tyrwhitt and TM Lewin shirts is a big advantage, especially if you have arms that are either longer or shorter than average.
     
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    Urgent Shoe Advice needed - PoP, brownman?
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    Nice day to go the the pub is a great Australian song, really captures that feeling of a Saturday arvo imo.
     
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  7. Prince of Paisley

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    Is that from Andrew McDonald's new season collection?
     
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    Needs more topy.
     
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    Nice day to av some beetroot.
     
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    I'd take em the back paddock and put em out of their misery.
     
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    He'll drop them off at an op shop and then CD will pick them up and refurbish them. Gerry will then admire them and offer to give them a polish. Pink Socks will laugh and talk about Scotland or Michael Bastian. Or both.

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  12. Prince of Paisley

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    And Ernest will make a joke about phlanges.
     
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    That was a forum highlight.
     
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  16. stormin1

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    Any favourite brands/advice for black jeans? Need to up my streetwear game.

    I also had sizing issues with Gustin's straight fit - I've got a pair for sale if anyone is interested - so I'm thinking I will replace them with something more tried and tested, and I figure that its worth spending a bit on something that will get so much wear.

    I had a look at Ande Whall, a NZ guy who uses hand felled seams - supposedly rare these days. Anyone have a pair?
     
  17. Prince of Paisley

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    Probably most of the forum.
     
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    Guys, on the subject of denim, what weight are your average levis etc. standard brands? I'm thinking of just going the luxire route, but everything seems very heavy...
     
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    Don't do it man. Denim was fun at first, then I started getting into some heavier shit. First 16oz , then 21oz and now 32oz. Getting so fucked up. Getting so faded. My jawnz so stiff, they're the only things keeping me on my feet. Last night I woke up in a cold sweat, sheets dyed indigo. Eyes bloodshot with selvage lines. Just buy some APC and be done with it.
     
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  20. stormin1

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    I have a few pairs in at about 15 oz. I like the weight - anything lighter feels a bit unsubstantial now.
     
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