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Quote: Originally Posted by robasaurus Some crappy iPhone photos today. It was the first truly warm, sunny day we've had so far this year and a great excuse to break out my summer GTH pants. whoa. i like it, though. nice beard.
Quote: Originally Posted by Holdfast You look distinctly non-plussed; having a bad day? Nice outfit though. Watch is also nice, but not ideal for that look IMO. Metal-banded sports watches usually aren't the norm for suits, but I really don't care. I love this watch. But y'know, it wasn't the greatest day. Then again, any day I'm not being chased through the jungles of Burma by a guy with a saw-tooth bayonet is a great day, as far as I'm...
Quote: Originally Posted by sugarbutch Consistently good posts. grazie. Quote: Originally Posted by luftvier Mossrocks, I think pB was referring to your tie. Quote: Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH That is correct. You mentioned black shoes and your colors plus that tie suggested wedding in my mind. Looks good nonetheless. Yeah, I know, thanks for the compliment. Incidentally:...
nah. just work. my office building has a sweet backyard.
black shoes
White, extra slim fit, oxford cloth button down, classic cotton shirt in size 16/35. Measurements p2p: 22" Waist: 20.5" Shoulder: 18" Length: 31 It's only 6 months old or so. I'm selling it because like much in my wardrobe these days, I'm gaining muscle mass and lots of things aren't fitting in the chest, arms and neck. It's essentially like-new condition. I'm asking $50 shipped. SOLD
Generational continuity. happy father's day.
Quote: Originally Posted by Hard2Fit I'm not sure if it has been posted already but JCrew has several madras shirts season. Some are available in slim and tall sizes. Their plaids leave a bit to be desired this season, in my opinion. Brooks Brothers has some good options as well right now. Personally, I prefer exploded patterns to small, repeating patterns. Madras
Quote: Originally Posted by AlanC ^Buying madras in India is not as easy as you'd think. I've mainly looked for madras fabric, and after quite a bit of searching (in BIG fabric shops) I found some in a shop in Chennai that sells hand made goods. Quote: Originally Posted by AlanC ^Yes, I was Nalli, and asked them if they had any madras fabric. They looked at me like I was from the moon. Haha, this is kinda what...
You know what this thread is missing? Good old-fashioned lifestyle photos.
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