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Quote: Originally Posted by farfisa23 You guys look like well dressed men...I have longer hair and look like I should be shopping at The Archive down the street. Also, I think they hate Jews. iammatt and aportnoy are members of the tribe, aren't they?
Nice suit! Has it been altered at all? The waist seem larger than a typical 40L. How much room is there to shorten the sleeves?
Quote: Originally Posted by voxsartoria "Hi, Grimslade!" Here's some more shaved legs action. This was taken a few months later, in July 2007, hiking the Verde River in Sedona. In a hard cycling spring, which this was, I might lose almost ten pounds of fat and lean mass from May to July. Cyclists will know what I'm talking about. Here's a pic of the fattest I've ever been...this past July: Too busy with work to cycle much...and...
Quote: Originally Posted by beny I graduated from HBS as part of a 3-degree-joint-degree program in which I was enrolled. Eventually dropped the third degree and went to work directly after my MBA. Since I had no work experience and was only 23, I was hired as a senior analyst - this is not uncommon at all of the BB banks. I don't know for what you're compensating... perhaps you couldn't land that big ibanking job? Either way, take it elsewhere; you're...
Quote: Originally Posted by beny I searched and couldn't find any threads. I like the look, but I'm going to be an investment banking analyst (bottom of the totem pole) and contrast collar + French cuffs would scream "pretentious". It's a luxury reserved for the VPs and MDs. I was hoping that I could get away with barrel cuffs, so that it doesn't come off as formal, while still giving me the contrast collar look that I...
these shoes are ugly and a waste of time and money. i don't know how many iterations OP had to go through, but panzeraxe had to go thru three tries and he had to send pics of edward greens before he got what look like marginally better shoes. OP's shoes look like the toes were chopped off. look at it this way: if OP didn't present them as bespoke paolo scafora, would you still think so highly of them? the square toes are not that much better than ken cole, save for...
Quote: Originally Posted by LabelKing If you're going to assume a position of the internet tough guy, make sure, at the very least, your suit measurement exceeds 36. OUCH!!!
Matt, the jacket looks fantastic; the back is very clean. However, if I may make one small observation, it appears that the pattern matching between the collar and the back of the jacket is slightly off. I seem to recall a similar problem with your green tweed Rubinacci jacket, where the lines of the panes on the body didn't quite match the ones on the collar. Not sure if this is a maker specific problem or if it's just impossible to match patterns in a glen plaid...
I spilled some salsa sauce on my Oxxford sportcoat (note to self: never wear Oxxford to Chevys). Any recommendations on how to remove it? Or should I just take it to a dry cleaner. Any recommendations for a great drycleaner in SF? I'm wary of sending it to places that simply sends jackets to some massive plant.
Can you post a pic? I'd love to see it.
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