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LeatherFoot, passed by your store a few weeks ago after cocktails nearby, but it was after closing. Did a few moments of window shopping. Very nice spread and gorgeous shoes. I hope to return for a visit soon. Toronto needs your store.
Wear with straight leg denim ...or tights and a long skirt.
For me, credible endorsements. I don't mean celebrity, rather endorsements from within a specialized clothing communities such as SF. Welcome to Styleforum GentByConduct.
All unbuttoned spread collars look sloppy, but you can get away with it after business hours as long as your jacket is on to push the collar into position akin to a button down collar. That is my $0.02 worth.
Same rule should apply to condo & apartment dwellers in my estimation. Same dangers are present. I am saddened to say I learned this one the hard way too. Anyone else have a story to share?
WOW......is this thread dead? Less people have to make more noise. Ring in everyone! Still spend-free here
found this... Adding Monsters to Thrift Store Paintings 'The trick is to match the paint originally used (e.g., acrylic or oil) and try to blend the monsters into the original scene as if they were always there.' MORE: http://twistedsifter.com/2012/04/adding-monsters-to-thrift-store-paintings/
Do not wear a Garfield tie or any other goofy tie to a funeral. Of the choices given, go with combo 1 above. It's quiet and doesn't draw attention. Welcome to Styleforum rckestyle.
Everyone knows the real cure is to bleed the patient.
Welcome to Styleforum Gentleman15. I wouldn't say 'normal'. Normal is conforming to a social standard. If that is your thing right now, then enjoy it. It is your dynamic personality that will determine if it works or fails. You could do retro 1980's with a shirt (top button open), skinny tie (knotted but loosened), jeans & odd waistcoat & a slim jacket. Shoes can be anything from sneakers to boots. No guarantees but there is no harm in experimenting. If people already...
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