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We're a bunch of guys posting pictures of clothes and discussing endlessly on topics such as breast wallets, button holes, patination of shoes et c et c. To the general public we're all clowns. Some of us have just learned to embrace it.
Wow GMMcL! That is definitely my favourite outfit from you. Great fit and really nice colours!
Yay Crusty, well deserved!
I was pretty happy with the colour combo in this one. Autumn, but not "murky": I love how this suit came out, but didn't have enough time to wear it before cotton suit weather had past: From the "No blues" challenge. Didn't realize how dependent I had become on blue items before I tried this (and failed due to blue windowpanes in the SC): I like this one even though I hadn't shortened the sleeves yet (helped a friend out for a pictorial in the Swedish wedding...
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Nelson Mandela was indeed a good dresser. I have a saved folder on my computer with several great outfits from him. N.B. I lived in Botswana (neighboring country to South Africa) the year Mandela was released from Robben Island. People were out singing and dancing in the streets. That overwhelming feeling of general happiness and hope among the people stuck, even though I was only 11 or 12 at the time.
I vote for old fits being allowed.
Twin Peaks is in a league of it's own. I've never met anyone who wasn't drawn into it almost right away (even people who didn't see it the first time around). Even though the tempo of the show is considerably slower than any of the TV series aired now. Guess it's Lynch's ability to build suspense with small means. OTOH, I haven't met anyone who thought it was particularly good after the mid 2nd season revealing of the murderer either.
I like multi vote, because I don't want to have to make decisions outside irl
Hah, I'll take any advantage I can get! That suit was such a good kop for you, and loss for the Noodler. OTOH, I think it works better with your build.
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