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Posts by AntiHero84

Couldn't agree more with the above (edited).Also, it would be AMAZING if you could up the quality of the pocket bag material. Maybe use some extra chambray from the shirts? Even if it cost a bit extra, I think there would be a lot of people who would be an extra $10-$15 for a couple added touches to your regular construction -- pocket bag material, hidden rivets for the back pockets, even an extra bit of stitching that attaches the back pockets. Just a thought...And...
Your modesty is well noted. I think it has a bit more to do with the navy pairings, especially those boots.
Agreed, I think this is the first time I really liked the look of those oxbloods!
Fit pics from my recent HA purchase. I ended up re-cuffing to adjust the stacking.
The tech start-up is actually doing quite well for itself, so the position would be stable. Also, it's UX based, which is an area that I've wanted to develop expertise in for some time. @ archetypal_yuppie -- lol, I actually got riled up for a second. Like I said, she earns higher wages, but that came with substantial student loan debt. I have zero debt, so it evens out. Also, she has great job security, but topped out at her earning potential. My career path is a...
Moving closer isn't really an option. We own a home, so we're not quite as mobile. We're also fairly close to my wife's place of work, who makes a fair bit more than I do(for now). Also, if I have it pretty good in getting home at 7:30, who's watching the kids?
So, I've reached another turning point in my life/career and thought why not consult the SF group anonymously, as I've done in the past. Essentially, I'm at the point where I need to make a very pointed decision in terms of work/life balance -- should I take a job that I don't fully love to have more time with my family, or should I continue working in positions that place strain on my wife? I'm leaning toward the better work/life balance, but I worry that I'm setting...
Yeahhh... but it's not a sportcoat. There's no vent and the collar/lapel doesn't quite sit right for my tastes. That fabric in a sportcoat would be cool.
I wonder if anyone has any insight as to why they do this? I know it's supposed to be a more 'modern look', but to whom? I know a lot of people cry that skinny jeans make men look effeminate (not me), but those cropped jackets are far worse offenders if you ask me.
That's a good point. It seems like way too many jackets are cropped too short these days. It would be great to have a more standard lenght -- i.e. where you fingers curl at the knuckle.
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