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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by earthdragon, Nov 18, 2008.
Nice colours! Details?
Barker Canterbury. Danite sole suits the terrible weather of the past few days.
Haha, I didn't take it as so. Just exploring peoples perceptions of my dress. Pretty much everyone here has more experience than me at this, so I'm interested in seeing how people perceive it. Glad you like it as a whole.
Regarding the tie design, personally I prefer the 2nd sketch as emblem, and the wombat to be gold, crawling 1/4 way up one of the edges of the back blade.
The wattle is good too, I just tend to have a very competitive attitude sometimes.
Cross posted from WAYWRN
Freezing and foggy today, so trying to make up for my lack of coat.
Suit - Herringbone Sydney
Shirt - Cottonwork
Tie - Henry Carter Neckwear un-lined 7 fold
Shoes - Carmina Brown Captoe
Scarf - Henry Carter Neckwear Camel Scottish 100% Cashmere
Gloves - Saks nappa leather with cashmere lining.
Jason, that has a lot of great things - the lapel roll, superb tie, lovely scarf and shoes!
A casual Friday with a nod to ANZAC day:
Blazer - Polo
Shirt - Gitman Brothers for Nicky Hilton
Trousers - Bill's Khaki's M3 Chinos
Lapel flower - Vanda (closest I had to a poppy)
Pocket Square - Kent Wang
Shoes - Carmina double monks on the Inca last
Cheers Gerry, looking good too. Inca last looks very similar to the robert from above I must say.
Thanks Lennier I agree with moving it up a bit, It would be perfect for me at that height but I'm also 6'2" so I see what you mean. I'll do a revised mock up later today.
I think we should keep it secret personally without any SF insignia, that way amongst us it's something special but to the casual observer it's a nice touch without having to go through explaining what SF stands for. But.... this is as much your guys tie as it is mine, so i'd be interested to hear opinions on this as well.
I think i'll keep getting feedback over the weekend and then on Monday we settle on a design and I will confirm pricing, then I will give a weeks grace for anyone else to jump on board and then full steam ahead. I'd estimate production should be about 4 weeks but again I will confirm all of this in due time.
Nice outfit, Gerry.
Love the shine on those Carminas.
Carminas are starting to dominate this thread and I like it. I put forward that Gerry has to wear his wholecut shell cordovan ones to the next meetup.
On the tie, at this stage I like the wattle but I'd love to see blahmans suggestion of a gold wombat because I think the colour scheme is a big part of why the wattle looks so good.
No worries I'll do that too, I did originally do him with a yellow cape but it looked a bit odd, but yeah leave it with me.
Here is an image of the swatch also, may vary slightly from screen to screen but I think it's a nice green, not too light, not too dark.
As for audio, i'm an audiophile too unfortunately Which becomes even more nerdy with my infatuation for vinyl and tube amps at the tender age of 26[/quote]
You haven't lived till you've listend to AM raido on a valvue radio. I have a Phillips valvue radio which is over 60 years old and still going strong. Mind you it seriously restricts your listening but local ABC and Radio National suit me fine. If I want digital the ipad works well enough.
I suspect the difference between wide, medium and narrow is a very small one in terms of the lasts. The green looks great!
Thanks! That was done last night when I decided to wear them today and saw how beat up they looked!
I'll happily wear them to the next meetup as long as people promise not to step on them The tie is coming along very nicely!
Firmin - I've got a nice old HMV Little Nipper Radio from circa 1955
Gerry and Prof bear - you both have either got something on the camera lens or something on your chin.
any ideas on Slim Fitting Knitted Jumpers in Sydney? want something to wear with my chinos during this winter.
Just had a look at your pics - looks good I'm particularly taken with that shirt/jacket/unstructured /knubby (tweedy??) cardigan thing.
I think you said you are a student teacher?
Given your style and occupation you might find inspiration in the general area of IVY look. A smart look but a bit understated and not too dressed up. One of the few looks that works well as smart casual without looking either like some dork who just took his tie off for the weekend or an "individual" in sloppy jeans and athletic shoes with t shirt. Study the broad IVY look - not the TRAD old man side so much and i think you'll be rewarded.
In my short forays into Adelaide opshops and second hand stores I'd say Adelaide might be a relatively rich pickings, due to the wealthy ascendancy buying clothes overseas and offloading them at home, and almost non existent competition.
Heres a few links below. There are also some tasty books around.
http://www.etsy.com/shop/NewtonStreetVintage , http://www.etsy.com/shop/TheIvyLeagueShop ,
http://theivyleaguelook.blogspot.com.au/ , http://heavytweed.blogspot.com.au/ ,
http://anaffordablewardrobe.blogspot.com.au/ , http://www.ivy-style.com/ ,
http://thecurriculum.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=647 , http://forums.filmnoirbuff.com/viewtopic.php?id=3361
I came across this from Adelaide and don't know anything about it:
http://thethousands.com.au/adelaide/shop/ivy-league/ , http://thethousands.com.au/adelaide/sho … gue-store/
http://www.ivy-league.com.au/ , http://www.facebook.com/pages/Ivy-Leagu … 8978358746
I hadn't heard of this shop when last in Adelaide. Not much to see on their web page, makes me wonder. The Facebook page is a bit of a mess and suggests more hipster with neo preppy tinge rather than Ivy.
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