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

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  1. JohnsNotHere

    JohnsNotHere Senior Member

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    Fresh out of the box a week ago.

    Here's the link to that Pimlico / tetbury thread:

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  2. California Dreamer

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    Are there any size 8Ds out there? I think I had a find at the Salvos today - a pair of PRL loafers. I'm pretty sure they're shell and, if I'm right, probably made by C&J. Any interest?
     


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    Picked up my unlined unstructured casual suit from alterations yesterday. Andback at the office, the first reaction I got after 'What another suit?!' was 'A suit? In casual style? Huh?'

    If thats indicative of anything, we're pretty screwed.
     


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    Arrived back from HKG with a delivery from P Johnson at my office..

    For the life of me, I can't find the P Johnson threak.
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    For more details, you know where to find


    I saw those two hanging up when I went for my fitting, great choices on the cloths. I was very impressed by Patrick Johnson, on my first fitting all it needed was for the sleeves to be shorten by half a centimetre.
     


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    Love the check, which fabric? I am tossing up between a solid grey and a grey check for my next.
    - it can be overwhelming with the choices. http://mostexerent.tumblr.com/post/5...as-per-my-post - click on p Johnson tag in my bRog for details of all thing P Johnson
    Curious full suit or just jacket either way very nice
    http://mostexerent.tumblr.com/post/5...as-per-my-post http://mostexerent.tumblr.com/post/5...as-per-my-post
    I saw those two hanging up when I went for my fitting, great choices on the cloths. I was very impressed by Patrick Johnson, on my first fitting all it needed was for the sleeves to be shorten by half a centimetre.
    - I have to agree & hence am happy with my 6 suits, 1 SC, 7 shirts & various pantaloons over the last 6 months. In the process of replacing 90% of my schmutter - For the $$ it is hard to beat for service, knowledge, style & choices even when compared to OS. - I can't believe that WW Chan now takes on average 4 months WTF
     


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    P Johnson Qs..

    I'v just checked my SF PM box & there are over 10 PMs over the last month about P Johnson, ranging from time to delivery, cloth choice & $$$

    May I just suggest you all to contact P Johnson as I am just a customer.

    If not, this has been covered in detail in the SF P Johnson thread.

    Sorry, I'm not about to answer all the PMs when a simple phone call will suffice.

    I assume some of you have also messaged me via the my bRog - just call Patrick (SYD) or Tom (Melb)>

    PG
     


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    - it can be overwhelming with the choices.
    http://mostexerent.tumblr.com/post/5...as-per-my-post


    Thanks for the link, I now remember reading it on the brog. You mentioned that it's quite versatile in that it can be worn a separates, out of interest do you have any qualms about wearing suit pieces as separates?
     


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    - I have to agree & hence am happy with my 6 suits, 1 SC, 7 shirts & various pantaloons over the last 6 months. In the process of replacing 90% of my schmutter
    - For the $$ it is hard to beat for service, knowledge, style & choices even when compared to OS.
    - I can't believe that WW Chan now takes on average 4 months WTF


    I am glad PJ is working out for you, I agree for the $$ is very hard to beat, I'll definitely be ordering a few more garments. My Sydney bespoke tailors are only producing garments at a snail pace.
     


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    In the process of replacing 90% of my schmutter
    I haven't heard the word 'schmutter' in years, but when I do hear it, I think of this: (go to 3:52 and watch for about 20 seconds, warning: may contain traces of champagne comedy) I'm loving all the P Johnson stuff, too. I might have to make a trip to Sydney in the future...
     


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    It may just be my computer but the link doesn't work for me.
     


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    tone, PJ travel to ADL. No need to go to SYD/MEL.
     


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    Anyone know where I can find a set of good MOP buttons for a suit in Melbourne? Turns out harder to find than I first thought.
     




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    It may just be my computer but the link doesn't work for me.

    [​IMG] I've changed the link, hope it works this time! Either way, it's worth it. [​IMG]

    tone, PJ travel to ADL. No need to go to SYD/MEL.

    Interesting. Thanks for the heads up, apropos. Once my weight has settled down (i've lost 15kg over the last 6 months, but I want to wait until I plateau) and I have some spare coin, I might just have to push the button ...
     


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