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 It looks like a wooden toy boat.  I don't hate the hull, but I do think that the ship's wheel and binnacle/arrangement to hold the wheel are absolutely hideous. 
  If your waist is 33", then a 36" waist on your shirt is going to be pretty damned slim, in my opinion. That's not much room to spare all the way around your midriff. 
 Have you tried TM Lewin's "fitted" and "super fitted" shirts? Both the "fitted" and "super fitted" shirts have a slimmer cut than the "slim-fit" shirts, which is rather confusing. I think that Brooks Brothers also stock an "extra slim fit" shirt. Their shirts have colour-coded labels and the green label inside the collar of the shirt denotes an extra slim fit shirt. Alternatively, if your shirts are made out of plain cloth or made out of cloth with small-scale patterns,...
 It's interesting to hear different people's views. I quite liked The Breakfast Club, but really loved Ferris Bueller's Day Off when at high school and, like Kid Nickels, my friends and I could recite whole scenes, but from FB's Day Off rather than The Breakfast Club. 12 years later, I showed my Japanese girlfriend (later my wife) Ferris Bueller's Day Off, and she hated it. She thought that Ferris Bueller was a spoiled, disrespectful brat who took advantage of his friends...
  That's a nice look, SVB. Personally, I would have gone for a tie with a bit more contrast - perhaps a burgundy grenadine with the navy suit, rather than a navy grenadine with the navy suit - but it's a nice, conservative look. Also (and I know that it's been said many times before), I think that the cut of those trousers is more flattering than the cut of your somewhat flared/bootcut trousers.
 Yet another brand engaging in what will, probably, be an ultimately futile strategy to engage in geographic price discrimination.  Of course, I understand that Loake is acting to protect its merchants in various regions but I tend to think that, in the modern world, most bricks-and-mortar places that sell clothes and shoes live and die by their customer service more than their pricing, and so these tactics tend to be foolish. I also think - although I could be wrong -...
 Well, you could just wear them on the wrong feet.
 I've got a lot of sympathy for this guy, as it's a painful situation to be in, but it boggles my mind that people commission $1000 MTO shoes, seemingly without knowing for certain whether the shoes will actually fit them.  
 His wife doesn't really want him to, but he's been so impressed by fxh's photos that he really feels he has no choice.
 I recognise Foxhound and his big grin, but who's the other character? Someone from SF, or someone level-headed and sensible? 
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