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  • That's not a bad shout actually, might give that a go.

  • Hmmm, not really my style but I don't know enough about suits to know what my style is. I haven't worn one since the last wedding I went to a few years ago.

  • @ltc Asos and specifically the sale section?

    Got the suit I wore for my wedding (same as this one, but with the waistcoat in blue)) for about £150 all in and it felt like decent enough quality for a philistine like me.

    Real life version:

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  • Another good suggestion! Thanks. Maybe I'll figure out what sizing I actually need and go from there.

  • That's a massive win for £150, looks great

  • Great picture!

  • Any interest in a brand new pair of Drakes games cords? Bought at the sample sale couple weeks ago but I was being optimistic with sizing and these are too small. 30 inch waist. £125

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  • If anyone wants to win £500 to spend on Toast's new menswear collection and a Temple cycles singlespeed they're having a competition­e-cycles-prize-draw

  • ^ that poor lad's broken right ankle needs attention

  • Toast used to do menswear, I was gifted a pair of nice selvage jeans. They are the worst/strangest fitting jeans. Very wide taper. Hopefully the new range is a better cut, because the fabrics are lovely.

  • A lot of the women in my family like wearing Toast. I always always think the fabrics are what makes them so nice, hopefully the new mens line is as good.

  • How do you properly maintain socks? I feel I buy 'expensive' socks that are billed as lasting forever but mine develop holes in weeks. I vary my shoes. I don't wear a single pair for months on end. What am I doing wrong? They're typically thickish ones for boots. I put them in a general washing cycle.

    Is there a bomb proof sock? Where's good to get them?

  • Cut yer toe nails, make sure shoes/boots fit properly (so no unnecessary rubbing of foot/sock/shoe interface), wash at 30°, low spin, no tumble drying.

  • Usually a hole underneath the call of my heel so perhaps a boot fit issue. Think I'll look into chainmail.

  • Or lots of rough/dead skin on your heel, treat yourself, get your feet done (it's rather pleasant).

  • Bought a wool sweater by British Wool - JM Cooper Knitwear from a chandlers in Norfolk for £60. Made in England. Would have been £350 fro. Drake's.

  • Norfolk really is the greatest place on earth

  • Wells next the sea. It is a very nice sweater.

    Agree on North Norfolk. Great holiday with kids. Third year we have been up here.

  • Up there this weekend hopefully!
    I’m North Norfolk born and bred (well actually born in south Norfolk but 🤷♂️)

  • I'm more of a Suffolk man. Can feel at ease in Aldeburgh wearing white jeans (or red chinos).

  • I had no idea white jeans caused such great offence until it took up about 2 pages in the golf club thread

  • North Norfolk born and bred

    Obviously we are the sort of whoppers who have started looking on Rightmove and thinking, ooh, wouldn't it be lovely to have a home here.

    It really is very nice though. Where you going to be this weekend?

  • Bloody love north Norfolk, friends live in Cley, I visit for a long weekend every summer, then nip down the road to Suffolk, which I also bloody love, and spend a few days with my dad in Woodbridge. I don't wear white jeans in either place, and nor should anyone else, well maybe Liz Hurley can get away with it.

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