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

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  1. Henry Carter

    Henry Carter Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Done good... shopped fine
     
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    Nice suit but a bit tight across that buttoning.
     
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    Shirt looks real nice blahman ... where from?

     
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    It's uhhh... my ill fitting Modern Tailor test shirt I got for $19.95 that I use to try new jackets with... hahaha. But thanks.
     
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    Now we just need him to make more stock of the Cumbria belt in 34"!
     
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    Thanks - I'm putting the tightness down to some fluid retention from beer drinking in Barcelona the week prior that photo being taken... I have a dinner tomorrow night where it'll be worn again, so I see how tight it still is.

    Another thing which impresses me with the suits is the attention to detail on the cuffs, the belt hook, the trim inside the cuffs, etc... It's something I never experienced prior. My previous suit (bought some 7 to 8 years back from a chain suit store in Adelaide needed the trousers taken up - when I got it all they had done was sew them up with stitches ~1" long with a 1" gap between then. I wasn't impressed, but didn't know any better, so let it slide. Now, I appreciate the quality.

    smeggett
     
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    I quite like the look of some of the new bags that Herring Shoes are selling. Has anyone had any experience with the leather quality? Kind of hard to assess online :) I guess you'd expect it to be decent based on their other products, but any info would be helpful, thanks!
     
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    It's going to be $70 to send them back airmail with Australia Post.
     
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    In other news, I was looking for a new ratchet belt, and came across this. Their casual line are quite nice.

    Ratchet belts are great. You can adjust them far more accurately than a normal belt, and after dinner you can let them out an notch or tow without anyone noticing.

    Just thought you should all know.

    Cheers,

    Eightace
     
  12. Henry Carter

    Henry Carter Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Guys the ties are here! I've spent all night collating, checking off and trying to take some half decent photo's while my photographer is away overseas. Anyway, without banging on too much more here, I direct you to the thread in my signature. There will be an affiliate thread coming also in February.

    I've only put 3 of the 12 up, and will be 3 more each night for the next 3 nights. Here is a teaser in case you are too lazy too click. There is a shipping deal for the Aussie's also and gift wrapping etc.

    [​IMG]

    Regards,
    Jason
     
  13. Philip

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    is aus post the cheapest?
     
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    Well, Herrings does specifically say not to use UPS/FEDEX/DHL, as there are clearance fees or some such thing. So as far as I can tell, Australia Post is the only option.

    Unless anyone else knows different......?
     
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    Looks great!
     
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