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Good question but I feel influenced by the character the actor played, such as, most of the Bond actors. However, McQueen just stands out as creating a coolness in most things he wore. I think this is tough to answer because we span a lot of time and style has changed. It might be tough to chose someone that was prominent during the 70s as things seemed pretty crazy with some big sideburns, maybe an afro and wild suit choices. I also think we are influenced by good...
Surprised to see a lot of views but hardly any comments. I was hoping for more shares so we could all see what is great about your area. This thread was also inspired buy someone asking about cost of living in a certain area and I thought that there is more to consider, such as.... Please post what you like about your area. Thanks!
Quote: Originally Posted by Dewi Details on the socks? Sorry for the delay in responding. I looked last night and they are not labeled. I think they are Cremieux sold at Dillards. I have a maroon pair also that I will post soon. They have some amount of wool and are very comfortable plus I like the color and striping and they were 70% off.
Quote: Originally Posted by ter1413 so just send out an e-mail thanking the company and people, etc. +1
Quote: Originally Posted by gregaz Love the PS!
Quote: Originally Posted by Navi Very warm today, so the blazer came off really fast. New shirt too, love the collar I am opposed to anything other than black trousers with black shoes. I might wear navy or grays if I didn't own tan/walnut.
Keep in mind that you won't see much of your attire with the gown on. I would pick a tie that stands out, paying close attention to making a stellar knot, and a shirt contrasting the black gown. You might save the sport coat for later, if you intend to wear one, as those gowns can be warm. Best of luck and congratulations on this milestone. Because you are on this forum indicates to me that you are interested in how you look. Pay attention to what SFers are wearing...
Quote: Originally Posted by billsayers The scientists I have been around seem to think dressing up means tucking their polo shirt into their wrinkled Dockers. Polo shirts and Dockers, WOW, classy crowd of scientist you work with. I work at a place that is said to have more PhDs per capita than any place in the world and I can attest to the fact that they use function over form as their dress code mantra. Sorry for the generalization to any...
Quote: Originally Posted by mordecai And nice views: Thanks for the quote and hopefully posting made you again appreciate what you have, nice by the way!
Quote: Originally Posted by xchen I tie it like that on purpose because I prefer to downplay the formality a bit. And as far as the consensus I've never really been one to give a damn about the consensus on this forum. However, worth noting is that someone told me my double monk had come unbuckled at the wedding... Touche! I appreciate that you adhere to your own style and choice. I sometimes question what others are saying here on this...
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