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Andrew,   On your previous article, I've been pondering something the editor of Rake said. He said, "Dressing should be an outer manifestation of the class that lies beneath". I know this is more UK appropriate, but what exactly was he alluding to? That we should not try to dress up, or that we should dress down because we'll feel more comfortable dressing down? He used Jeremy Clarkson and Stephen Fry as an example.
Happy Easter Aussies.   Rob - great pic.   Cone Mills Selvedge is excellent. I just bought a pair of Tellason jeans and they feel excellent once broken into.   Edit: The Tellason story - http://vimeo.com/29788997   If anyone is looking for a good pair of jeans you can try them on at Maple Store in Sydney. Their prices are very good too.
 Adam, what's wrong with this?? An m65 with a plain t-shirt, indigo jeans and boots is my favorite rig.
 He got given the bottle and whilst opening it he realised that the bottle had been corked so he threw it out. You remember good wines, not 'off' ones. And the chances of a bottle from 1959 still being in good condition is extremely rare.
Clothing is like food - the best dishes hit all textural sensations. A bit of formal, a bit of casual, a bit of flair, that's the best rig. Sports coats and jeans = winning.   Still not seeing the forest from the trees, Matt?
 More Australian than fucking vegemite.
I don't like that color of jean. Indigo or get out.   Everything else is sick.   But to be honest - I can't take my eyes off of Kate.
Good looking man, Cleav!   Well done.
Yep - absolutely amazing.   Out of all my shoes, my Oak Street Boots garners the most compliments by far. From both young and old.   They are also by far the most comfortable shoe I own. They required zero break in, and just simply got better from there. I really enjoy wearing them and they make me look forward to the weekend!
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