1/12/15 at 7:02pm
Posts by Ianiceman
1/12/15 at 4:09am
Well I agree with your first point if you are wearing them with buttons or links that look a lot like buttons, but when worn single-cuff style with cufflinks they always look a bit weedy to me. There's that famous pic of Michael Caine wielding a shotgun with wimpy looking single cuffs. Horses for courses I suppose, I like the 'bulk' of French cuffs with suits, and I suppose over time I've ended up with a lot of staples in both French cuffs for wear with suits and button...
1/11/15 at 7:41pm
Don't do it with the convertible cuffs Iso. They are neither fish nor fowl IMO.
1/11/15 at 5:23pm
Co-signing this one Clags. Not to mention 'pents'. Interesting to ponder the psychology behind the sheepish nature of people who jump on these bandwagons.
1/11/15 at 12:36pm
There's a (rare) SF consensus on this topic, and one with which I tend to agree, which states that you can 'get away' with wearing certain suit jackets as blazers but its not optimal. Partly because you may provoke uneven wear between your suit jacket and matching trousers, but mostly because they just look too 'suity'. You have to look for some non-suity details in the blazer to make it obvious its a blazer and that you're not cheating with your navy suit jacket, such as...
1/11/15 at 5:04am
Yes thank you FM, although on reflection they are both nouns, just the way I understand the term, it describes the person, not the content of their speech! Anyway, back to pictures of titters, eh?
1/11/15 at 4:54am
Nope, gobshite is an adjective not a noun. It describes a person who is loud mouthed but doesn't have much substance. I suppose the US translation would be 'blowhard'. I've never heard the term used as a noun, as an alternative to 'a load of bollocks' - maybe that's a Strylian thing.
1/10/15 at 9:28am
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1/8/15 at 1:11pm
Coxie if you don't enter this pic into this week's FC I'm flying down to Sydney especially to slap you upside the head!