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Which part is it where the Hooter's girl sits down at the table with me and asks what I'd like to order?
Honestly, I think its going to look weird to wear a raincoat when its not raining. Seems to me that if you just want a coat that is this length you should consider getting a Belstaff or a Barbour.
I think it looks good on you, but as with others I prefer a longer coat.
Nice article and I enjoyed your write-up about Barney Stinson.
I agree, but it doesn't mean I have to like it.
When I lift I wear fingerless weightlifting gloves which still cover my ring. When I work in the yard, I often wear work gloves. However, the key thing to remember is that you are not a women who is just donning a ring for decoration. Your wedding ring is a symbol of your commitment. And if you're worried about your ring getting dented, then I'd say you are getting the wrong ring.
Yeah, and Bill Bellichick is a lousy coach because of his short-sleeved hoodie as well. I hate this concept that the CEO of a company has to also be some pitchman who goes out and sells his product by the way he dresses. Zuckerberg came up with a better widget, that's all that really matters. I could care less what he wears. I wonder about the investment chops of any potential investor or analyst who would worry more about what the CEO is wearing rather than the product...
That was the style in the early 90's. We didn't think they were ugly back then
If it doesn't have to be scripted, then I will throw out the name Scott Disick from the Kardashian shows. He seems like a total douche, but he's well dressed.
1. I think the Great Recession has returned society to a slightly more formal style of dressing, i.e. It's OK for my banker to wear a golf shirt and khakis when times are good, but when times are tough I want a serious professional in a suit. 2. I don't know about Manhattan but it's been my impression for several months that double-breasted jackets are coming back INTO style. Maybe you're just too much of an early adopter, or maybe it is that weightlifting you've been...
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