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Trouble is there are few cloths like the the sort you're talking about that can do this successfully. You'd think there would be, but in practice, most are just one thing or the other - suits or jackets. The sort of small scale, unobtrusive patterns/colours/textures you talking about would look no good as a sports coat. The sort of cloth that would look fine as a sports coat would make too bold a suit for the office.I know it's a tempting idea, but personally I think you'd...
Well there's nothing to stop you wearing a navy blazer/blazer suit in autumn/winter of course. You could wear the jacket from a tweed suit separately quite easily. But how often would you wear a tweed suit? I have one but rarely wear it, though I'm in tweed jackets all the time.
yeah the ghost dancers gave me the creeps
I'm indifferent about the Quebec house, but hat Japanese house is amazing.
"Velours" is what Vass sometimes call reverse calf (what most people call suede). However the shoe you link to is described as "velours inside out", which I think is the same as saying "reverse reverse calf". I.e. it's a funny way of saying calf. Might be worth double checking with them before placing an order.
Isn't that an option in preferences somewhere?
Murdoch owns the New York Times now?
Yes I like the new colour too.
They're still worn shooting today, and are usually called breeks by those that sell them. I always thought plus 4s went four inches below your knee, plus 2s went two inches.
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