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    Ha this thread is back.
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    (Original post by gangst)
    I know watches have been discussed but does it really matter what watch you wear??

    My everyday watch is a Rolex sub, this should be fine to wear or may it be a bit flash??

    Surely no one gives a toss considering an IB is a monied environment anyway!!
    If you wear that watch, you will definitely get fired on your first day. Fact.
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    I don't think you guys got that American Psycho was supposed to be satirical.
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    if i wear my gucci suit and prada shoes with my rolex watch and drive my ferrari to the office, will the guys mind??????????
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    A rolex sub is a pretty pedestrian watch tbh.
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    (Original post by gangst)
    A rolex sub is a pretty pedestrian watch tbh.
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    (Original post by crustz)
    I don't think you guys got that American Psycho was supposed to be satirical.
    wish I could rep you more

    exactly my attitude when reading this thread
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    So the shirts I bought last year don't really fit me well. Charles Tyrwhitt's smallest of the smallest size (fully fitted or whatever term they use) looked ridiculously baggy on me. T M Lewin shirts (which are the ones I bought) look passable, but just not great really. Next shirts fit me well, so I'm thinking of reverting back to those ones.

    However, I found this offer online:

    http://www.livingsocial.com/cities/1...tom-made-shirt

    Worth getting some bespoke shirts?
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    (Original post by gangst)
    I know watches have been discussed but does it really matter what watch you wear??

    My everyday watch is a Rolex sub, this should be fine to wear or may it be a bit flash??

    Surely no one gives a toss considering an IB is a monied environment anyway!!
    So long as your Rolex knows what the time is and your ass is back with the coffee in good time no one will care.
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    Anyone can tip me off regarding where to get some nice-but-not-too-pricey custom shirts in London?
    I'm looking to spend <100 £ per shirt, and of course I'd like them to be of decent quality.
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    Hermes ties- they're like Jordans for white ppl. :cool:
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    (Original post by ToxicFrog)
    Anyone can tip me off regarding where to get some nice-but-not-too-pricey custom shirts in London?
    I'm looking to spend <100 £ per shirt, and of course I'd like them to be of decent quality.
    Seconded, my Bangkok tailor shirts are still my favourites despite the relatively low quality of material; the fit makes all the difference.
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    What do people normally where for dress down Friday?
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    Non-standard shirt, smart jeans, decent shoes.
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    Jeeeeesus. With hindsight, most of this thread is ****ing cringeworthy.

    This subforum is officially dead.

    EDIT: Also, I'm looking for a job, holla with any opportunities.
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    Looking to buy a nice watch with my sign on bonus. Would like to spend up to £500, £1000 at a push. Prefer watches with a leather strap rather than metal. Any suggestions of watches/brands?
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    (Original post by loafer)
    Jeeeeesus. With hindsight, most of this thread is ****ing cringeworthy.

    This subforum is officially dead.

    EDIT: Also, I'm looking for a job, holla with any opportunities.
    Are you American and speaking out loud?

    If no to either of the above, don't say 'holla'. Though I agree with your point, the thread is quite embarrassing. Would love to show a number of posters their input in, say, ten years time.
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    I was wondering if any could suggest any shoe shops in London which sell Gentleman shoes (think Crockett, Church's style etc..) For around the budget of 200 quid.

    I am thinking of the small shops you find where there is only one shop i.e not big franchises, shops like New & Lingwood for example.

    I was wondering if people could suggest some hidden gems in London that would suit the type of style of shoes I am looking for, for within my budget.
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    (Original post by Hackett)
    I was wondering if any could suggest any shoe shops in London which sell Gentleman shoes (think Crockett, Church's style etc..) For around the budget of 200 quid.

    I am thinking of the small shops you find where there is only one shop i.e not big franchises, shops like New & Lingwood for example.

    I was wondering if people could suggest some hidden gems in London that would suit the type of style of shoes I am looking for, for within my budget.
    more mainstream, so possibly not what your looking for.

    but Russell and bromley do excellent shoes, and have a great selection.
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    (Original post by Milch)
    Looking to buy a nice watch with my sign on bonus. Would like to spend up to £500, £1000 at a push. Prefer watches with a leather strap rather than metal. Any suggestions of watches/brands?
    Maybe at £2000, but at £1000, you can't buy much other than an Automatic Dunhill or a TAG Heuer Carrera.
 
 
 
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