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Discussion in 'General Attire & Accoutrements' started by Matt Deckard, Oct 20, 2004.
How much is it?
£25. Turns out it is actually still available on the M&S sale site:
Ralph Lauren half-belt
1930s-style work pants by Sugar Cane; repro gab shirt from Morellos; Double H West engineer boots I've had for
a good 15 years at least; Industrie Clothing work jacket; and motorcycle cap from My Baby Jo. Just after a day
helping my neighbour clear his garage out.
Nice! That jacket and cap are killer!
Thanks Dale. I stumbled across the jacket quite by accident in a store some years ago. I probably wear it even more than my Aero leather halfbelt.
Cushman shawl collar sweater
Love the Cushman halfbelt!
for Autumn: one pocket '1920s' pullover shirt (still available at sale price at END clothing):
Nice, HBK. I got one of the same shape but in a brighter indigo blue. I actually prefer the greyish chambray but I got mine for a bargain. They have rather narrow and un-boxy fit which is nice.
i haven't seen the other colour... (EDIT: i have... in the photo of you with the bandana. i like that colour too. bit more 'French workwear' blue).
where did you find your's ?
How is the sleeve length of these shirts? LVC knitwear often has long sleeves suitable for me, but I don't know about the shirts. Usually RTW shirts are not an option for me. The measurements given at END clothing are strange, maybe pit to cuff, which is totally useless. It should be a law to provide the full sleeve length measurement when selling online. ^^
HBK On a fleamarket! But it was a stall with stuff like Red Wings, Edwin waistcoats... I don't know where they got it from. Some outlet perhaps? Sample sales from fairs?
I hope they come back next time and have new things. They also had a Made and Crafted boating blazer with cream and red stripes but it was too short.
Rudie: My M doesn't have very long sleeves. Dunno about the L.
Story of my life ...
oh, and another with an extension neckband theme (The Real McCoy's):
(been washed, but not ironed yet, hence wrinkles)
My Levis LVC 1933 reproductions, which I've had now for about 2 years, 8 months. They're from one of those Vente Privee sales that a number of people bought things from. Mine have required 13 patch jobs, and one of the rivets fell off. This is probably the quickest I've ever had a pair of jeans wear out. Anyone else have these still hanging together?
Picked up a pair of Mister Freedom Mechanic Utility trousers on Rakuten for just £107 - P&P inc - down from £250-ish! Sadly, they sold out of them within 24 hours, otherwise I'd be recommend you all jump on them.