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I heartily agree we are lucky to have foo. He is very generous to share his sartorial experiences (dare I say escapades) and I truly do appreciate him for that. However, what I don't appreciate (aside form it's entertainment value, and even that is starting to wear...) is his dogmatic insistence that his way/experience(s)/opinions are the right/true/correct ones. Instead of having discussions and meaningful debate we have spiteful one-sided heated arguments. To suggest...
That the forum hasn't changed or that The Foo hasn't changed?However, as entertaining as bitter arguments are, I wouldn't mind seeing differences of opinion leading to insightful and revealing discussion.Tar is very sticky.
Obvious question, have you pm'ed the tailors on the forum?
It is actually a nice lightweight black linen.
Looking good! That actually is a real flower. As is the one I am wearing for this challenge.I only wear real flowers.The holder on the left (still holding the flowers I wore yesterday) I had made by a local silversmith a number of years ago. The holder on the right is an antique I recently found at a flee market in Toronto. Too bad I didn't find it a long time ago, having one made was much more expensive!
Linen suit and shirt: And because this contest will become about lifestyle shots as much as the clothes; all of the oysters:
Where's your dedication man??? Only coat and tie required. Just throw them over your swim trunks!
And here I was hoping for the non-wool coat/pant challenge or the boutonniere one I keep pushing; I just want to see what happens when you guys try wearing one! Now I'm just going to have trouble figuring out how non-CBD my tie should be....
Ha! Ok, I suppose I handle that much!No shoe circle but I think this works better for our group:Guess who's is who's!It's a pity you weren't wearing on of your fine chapeaux, Crusty. I have a feeling though that Matt is going to help you add to your collection....
What is wrong with you New Yorkers? All of you have been so gracious and charming. Why don't you get together more often???It was indeed a wonderful end to my New York trip. What a great evening! Crusty it is you though, who is the true gentleman. I owe you twice now! We had great conversations and delightful bonhomie all around. You all should have been there. Crusty, as I said is a true gentleman; the Duke is indeed thin, white, and regal; Ni is a true creative...
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