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

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  1. Axel Ferguson

    Axel Ferguson Senior member

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    What do you mean by "cut" here? Entertain us non-native speakers here. :)
     


  2. Prof. B. Bear

    Prof. B. Bear Senior member

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    DJ's currently sells them for <$250. BTW thanks for all the hotel recommendations. Greatly appreciated.
     


  3. Dicko

    Dicko Well-Known Member

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    You're kidding!! :embar:
    Should have posted here first I guess
     


  4. perthexpat

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    I signed up when they first did it about 3 years ago, I have not signed up this year cause i am no longer working as a corporate. Its a good deal and worth it, i sold my membership this year to my cousin for more than i paid for it, if you can get a membership which is hard its worth it. The bloke who owns Joseph anthony bespoke is out there but if you can sign up do it, if not get your name on the waiting list.
     


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    Naka Senior member

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    How much??
     


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    appolyon Senior member

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  7. mattc

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    Yeah, I did. I figured if it sucked, the loss wasn't that great. Anthony is a bit out there as mentioned by someone else, but it all seemed ok. And you can change the fabric for something else if you like, adds an extra $30 per shirt, or $200-$300 per suit depending what you want.

    On a similar note, I had F.T. Russell (Fiona and Tony) around the other night. Got measured up for a suit (Super 150's tropical worsted (Holland and Sherry cloth) for around $1700. I'll let you know how it turns out.
     


  8. Prof. B. Bear

    Prof. B. Bear Senior member

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    $184.50 for Comfort Craftsman.
     


  9. RemyMichel

    RemyMichel Senior member

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    Guys,

    Is there any one here that is a 36 S ish?

    There is a WW Chan MTM suit at an oppy i go to, its too small and short for me but id be to pick it up for someone i think it was circa $40

    It's pretty early 90's though, i think its pants are single pleated and the jacket is double breasted. could work as a SC though for somebody its great fabric. its a mid blue/grey with light wear.

    Also i have a Corneliani charcoal flannel suit w purple pinstripes in 54 L for sale. its in great condition. PM if interested. im open to offers. i just want it to be used as its pretty much at the start of its life with no home.
    [​IMG]

    apologies for the selling in this forum i dont want to ship to USA!!
    I got a quote the other day to sent a SC to North california, $135!!!!!!! what a rip

    btw i also dont know how to use the spoiler thingy. Apologies
     


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    Dicko Well-Known Member

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    oh lord, I got owned
     


  11. Prof. B. Bear

    Prof. B. Bear Senior member

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    To be fair we only stock F sizes (well at least at my store that's all we get) so they would have been too tight for you anyway.
     


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    uniesse Senior member

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    Never seen an RM Williams boot in David Jones.

    You are from Adelaide, yes? Is this the Rundle Mall store?
     


  13. blahman

    blahman Senior member

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    I'm a 36S person. Unfortunately I have a bit of an aversion to used clothing. The very thought of a likely probability of the jacket having belonged to someone who may very well be in a casket 6ft under right now irks me. Although I like to think I am not superstitious, I have to admit I am a little bit in that regard.
     


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    __PG__ Senior member

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    Do you have an aversion to buying a used car? Or a 2nd-hand house?
     


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    First thing I check for in a used car is whether there's a body in the boot. And with houses, we got these pagan rituals going on before moving in.
     


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