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Posts by MetManChris

 Is my sarcasm-o-meter miscalibrated?  If not: You're an idiot.
I would love to see them in person. I live down on the peninsula and am in the city all teh time. :-)
I bought a large number of items from Everlane over the past couple of years.  Now, I will only get something if it looks unusually good for them.  Most of their stuff is just a little bit off.   Exceptions I've found: EFM scarves are GREAT and I love them.  My cashmere hoodie is also one of my favorites.
I wear a S in the shirts, but a M in the trucker jacket.  I originally ordered the jacket in small, but it was super tight in the chest, and too short in the sleeves for me.
I got my reverse denim dopp kit a couple days ago.  I'm a big fan of it.  Simple and elegant.  
I love my black at cost belt.  I'm amazed how often I end up choosing it over a fairly similar brooks brothers belt.  The narrow belts aren't bad, but I love the 1.25in width.
Rather than just stretching, look at the shoes you're wearing.  Especially for posture, fixing shoes will likely do the trick.  Other than that, rather than just stretching the areas you talked about, look at mobilizing those same areas.  
Haha, maybe.  But thats just it.  Sweaters are great.  I fail to see the advantage of cardigans.  Instead, they present the very significant risk of looking like you wake up at 4am, have a hearty dinner around 5pm, tell a few racist jokes, and head off to bed at the late ole hour of 8pm.
  With the leather patches its a bit better, but I fail to see a situation where a cardigan looks less old man-y than a normal sweater.
Am I the only person that still thinks cardigans look like old man clothes?  
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