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I'm looking for new winter boots and I have a few different ones in mind I just want opinions and other options to go for  option number 1 is this ben sherman…

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MOD BARGAIN BUYS!!

In this world of elitism and expensive buys,with a little imagination a mod look can easily be achieved! Which is good news for the younger mods who may have limited finances! So if u have picked up a bargain bit of clothing etc post a piccy and how…

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gray replied to Chris Ward's item Paul Weller Fashion...
"yeah I love the style I agree but mate hes taking the pish at £175 for a jumper."
11 minutes ago
Chris Cameron replied to Phil Thomsen's item My Dress of the day!
"Sadly they were even really expensive back in the day. (Well my day anyway) The first pair of trousers i got made cost me £35 back in 1982. My YOP wage was £21 per week so when you took away digs money they cost me more than three weeks money."
28 minutes ago
gray replied to darcy's item Winter boots
"I would deffo go for option 2, the other 2 aint my cuppa."
30 minutes ago
Liam Heatherson replied to Phil Thomsen's item My Dress of the day!
"Cheers I may well do. Considering price of tailor-made suits these days compared to their availability back in the day, I prefer to to alter an off the shelf suit. I may get several other features done in time."
36 minutes ago
Chris Cameron replied to Phil Thomsen's item My Dress of the day!
"Still looks very smart indeed Liam and as others have stated its great to see a young Mod with an eye for detail. Its those small details that to me differentiated between the clued up and the herd."
37 minutes ago
graham montague replied to Phil Thomsen's item My Dress of the day!
"Agreed, Motown, - more to the point, it makes a change from seeing us old chaps in this clobber!! Lol!"
45 minutes ago
Motown replied to Phil Thomsen's item My Dress of the day!
"Looks like there's enough material either side to rework the split Liam.
Might be worth thinking about mate :-)"
1 hour ago
Liam Heatherson replied to Phil Thomsen's item My Dress of the day!
"I know this is what was done from time to time, and was my original intention, but the tailor did them a little wider than I expected so they be a bit too 'dominant' if I did - as Chris says the slits weren't often quite as wide. Thanks a lot guys"
1 hour ago
Chris Cameron replied to Phil Thomsen's item My Dress of the day!
"That was quite popular on made trousers during the early 80s although there was not as much a gap in the split the way we got them done. Some (like Motown pointed out) would get a covered button just above the split."
1 hour ago
Motown replied to Phil Thomsen's item My Dress of the day!
"Could add a small covered button above the split, about the size of a cuff button would do it."
1 hour ago
Chris Cameron replied to hubert davenport's item is that a fact ?
"The three wise monkeys; well half right anyway. If you could add that fascist Nigel whatever his name is you would have the organ grinder too."
1 hour ago
Kai replied to Phil Thomsen's item My Dress of the day!
"Yes very smart, Liam. I like what you done to the trouser bottoms. Individual adjustment, that´s what Mod´s about!"
2 hours ago
Motown replied to Phil Thomsen's item My Dress of the day!
"Good Attention to detail Liam, it's fantastic to see a young chap so into his clobber :-)"
3 hours ago
Liam Heatherson replied to Phil Thomsen's item My Dress of the day!
"Had a christmas ball, black tie but i decided to ditch the tux for a snazzed up suit. The suit was from Merc but got it off Atom Retro for 1/3rd the price. Had the tailor bring it in a little and add the triangle notches to trouser bottoms. Pocket s…"
3 hours ago
hubert davenport replied to hubert davenport's item is that a fact ?
"did you know
theres a new app out there that at the touch of a button gives a photo that hall of mirrors effect .
i thought i would try it out with our three party leaders
first i typed in weird and distorted david cameron .
then i done the same wit…"
7 hours ago
Motown replied to hubert davenport's item is that a fact ?
"That's a cool fact hubert,"
7 hours ago
Motown replied to John Paterson's item MOD BARGAIN BUYS!!
"Well done Graham Iike that mate. I haven't been into parka's for a long time but the M48 is IMO the best available."
7 hours ago
hubert davenport replied to hubert davenport's item is that a fact ?
"when led zeppelin 4 was released in russia the communist party objected to how a worker was portrayed on the sleeve and ordered it to be changed to a more relaxed looking fellow content with his days work done
believe me thats not a photoshop mock u…"
7 hours ago
Liam Mullen left a comment for George O'Sullivan
"Would love to join on one of your nights out, pitty I'm only 16, need to sort something out!!"
7 hours ago
Chris Cameron replied to Mod Goddess's item What I bought today...
"Its one of the more unusual shower screens that I have come across Graham ha ha"
8 hours ago
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