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Price drop --> 85$
For sale is a beautiful Paul Stuart suit, in excellent condition - no flaws of any kind. Pants are cuffed. See pictures here: http://picasaweb.google.com/branco.p/PaulStuart# Size: 39 Short Color: Tan Material: wool Measurements: ==================== Jacket Shoulders (seam to seam across back): 18" Length (from collar seam to hem): 29 1/4" Sleeves (from shoulder seam to cuff): 23" Armpit to armpit: ~21" Pants Waist: 33 1/2" Outseam: 38" Inseam: 28" (2" to let...
Price drop: $165 For sale is a Seiko SARB030, silver, used for about one year and a half, not daily use. Excellent condition. The strap needs to be changes. It is the silver version of the watch currently selling on Seiya: http://www.seiyajapan.com/product/S-...5-SARB030.html Asking $165 shipped, CONUS. http://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo...eat=directlink
Quote: Originally Posted by Made in California Vox, may he rest in peace, then made the point that it's perhaps the fact that McQueen is touching the car, and is less enchanting when he is not in physical contact with it: Second picture is not as captivating, is it? Looking only at pic #2 I definitely don't feel like McQueen is the ultimate sex symbol. I have to disagree. The first picture is just "Eh... Meh... Blah..." - just another...
Quote: Originally Posted by ishakir I should preface by saying I'm a psychiatrist who has rather minimal training in psychoanalysis, but I'll give this a stab. It's funny, really, how something like a sweater or boots can have such an impact on the way we feel. I'd imagine that there was something in your past that put a significant amount of meaning to "a black waistcoat". Perhaps it was in your childhood when, maybe, your mother or father used to wear...
Quote: Originally Posted by m.gway What are you doing in academia that is destroying your clothing? Good question! Maybe I'm too anal to begin with, and a measures of sloppiness will bring me to the level of just right. In any case, all I do all day is sit, shift on a chair, rub my elbows on the desk, wave to other people in the hallways - hard labor , then go , home and lay on the couch (suit still on), and hand around the house, prepare a...
Haha, always a pleasure to get some dose of tough (but witty) SF love in stitches is pretty realistic - that's kind of what I'm doing now, having a lot of suits, to spread the damage around,although a better solution would be to have fewer suits, more carefully picked and cared for. Maybe one day, after I teach myself calculus. Thankfully, the super polished look is not for me anyway, and also thankfully, I work in academia where just wearing real shoes, pants and...
This is surely childish, but that's exactly the kind of problem I have: I enjoy nice clothes as much as the next guy here, no question (basic, classic, conservative style). The problem is, I hate taking good care of my clothes - shoe polishing, brushing, ironing, etc. - UGH! Unfortunately, I can't afford a butler, and it ain't 1950 no more to outsource these operations to the missus, so I wonder what to do: 1) Continue treating nice clothes like crap thereby causing...
Quote: Originally Posted by rlx Looks fine. Fitzgerald is not a suit that was designed to be narrowed at at the waist. If that is the style you like, get the Regent. This is strange - I have a Fitzerald that was quite nipped in the waist off the rack.
Quote: Originally Posted by OakCreekHitter http://www.ft.com/cms/s/2/e78be476-f...#axzz17HyE8xms Meh, I honestly don't buy it. Sounds like a semi-disguised ad, paid under the table. I have a sensitive skin too, and used to think a lot about what combination of products to use. But eventually I acquired the nagging suspicion that this is all useless, overpriced crap. I switched to the cheapest razors, foam, and aftershave I could possibly...
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