They look really nice, and definitely a bargain.
I'm not going to bother finding photos, but at the Paul Smith warehouse sale this morning I bought approximately (I haven't even counted):
15 or so shirts (some for work, some for out and about)
2 pairs of really nice tweed/wool trousers (in differing shades of tweedy browns)
1 navy fine knit cardigan
1 black ribbed cardigan
And probably some other stuff I've forgotten already. I reckon that little lot would cost me about £2.5K at standard prices, but all for a measly £500.
Bargain? You don't say
Well congratulations for resisting the allure of electric blue suede shoes, which I understand you've had trouble with before!
Trust me, I bought plenty I shall hardly ever wear, I'm sure, but I think there's enough there to make it a good set of purchases. The black ribbed merino wool cardigan alone is an absolute winner and the tweed trousers are amazing (but need tailoring as they come unfinished).
I think I'll give it a miss next time though. Queueing at 4am for what is a glorified jumble sale is not the way to spend a weekend and I'm buying a lot of work shirts I don't need (I think I have about 100 Paul Smith work shirts from these sales over the years!).
Next month it will be one purchase only! (a lovely pair of brogues I have my eye on - and not blue suede ones, although I will wear those when it warms up as they are too summery and delicate for winter)
I got some Navy Blue tassel loafers by Walsh at the weekend. Found in TK Maxx for £25 diwn from £100. Can't find pics online, might have been a sample; I didn't know Walsh made shoes like that. They are amazing quality and style, and match my Navy suit perfectly!
Oh by the way, for the TK Maxx haters, while looking for pics of my loafers online I found these Loakes on the TK site:
Black Leather Lace Up Shoes
Brown Suede Brogues
Maybe these will prove me right about this magical place.
Liking the brogues, Pin Money. Shame they aren't in my size (although I have my eye on a pair already that I shall post in this thread come pay day).