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Might want to...https://www.chefsteps.com/activities/reconstructed-roast
Right, because the majority is always right, especially when it comes to dressing well.
The tie is too "city" and makes this ensemble incoherent in my perception. Beautiful jacket!
I didn't "thumb-up" his fit because of the vest. Dressing is like writing: don't add unnecessary things to it.As much as I enjoy your style, I really hate your tie knots. There, I said it.
That is great, The_Foxx! Very well done!
I was going to photoshop the same thing today!
I wonder if anyone else feels that the shirt should be more casual for this outfit to work or have I been over-analyzing this whole city/country thing.
Breakfast. The dish is called "The eggs scramble their forces to capture strategic shrimp reserves in the spinach fortress". Sous-vide scrambled eggs passed through a whipping siphon. Grilled shrimp on a bed of blanched spinach topped with honey-caramelized shallots and carrots.
JCrew trousers are great for the price, even if it may seem somewhat expensive. The fit is classic and modern at the same time.
It's SF lingo. By quarters we mean the bottom front halves of the jacket. If they overlap awkwardly (see pic #1) we say that they're closed. Ideally, they should look like in the second picture, where they're open. It depends on the cut of the jacket, as well. Some are cut to be open, some are cut to be closed. However, sometimes the fit is just wrong which results in an undesired overlap of the two front halves of the jacket. Usually, it's the front-back balance and can't...
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