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haha! whooooooo yeah. thx dude. I'll put somethin up later today.    p.s. I thought Rais did a great job with single bold item. looked cool and integrated.
 
yeah I just scan the SW&D main page and open whatever looks interesting -- or in LA GUy parlance... mingle in the bar. I don't even know what a subscription does/is. 
Maas & Stacks is a cool shop.   also: Unionmade Self Edge MAC   SF meet up with Zissou ?
Bene, I think we have similar specs: short legs, built torso. I have to be careful with both too slim (Tweedle Dum) or too wide (Lil Homies) pants. although this applies to more "regular" style dress pants/silhouettes. with casual pants or an exaggerated silhouette (cropped, baggy, yohji, etc.) it doesn't matter as much obviously. Sometimes I think it would be cool to be Joey Ramone skinny and I'd wear SLP jeans and pointy beatle boots. but it won't work for my reality. 
got it. tone-on-tone seems good for embroidery.
what's a Moroccan shirt? v-neck with no collar? or kurta-style band collar?
Cool suit Stanley. Looks good with the vest. It's got a 70s/80s vibe so I wouldn't try to make it into something modern. Let out pants for full break, grow hair longer, get chunkier glasses ala Jarvis Cocker. Yves would want it that way.
 OC embraced the mod/ska revival pretty seriously in the 80s. No Doubt was certainly influenced by that. There are still lots of elements from the original 60s English/Jamaican style that pop up in Southern California street style today --  even if it's not a purist/vintage interpretation.    I thought of 1940s US bobby-soxers/sock-hops, but does anyone know why/how white socks became popular? I picture Levis and penny loafer with white socks worns by teens the 50s, but...
 a few ideas here. I like white/offwhite jackets and usually keep it really simple and stick to just a couple solids. 
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