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Posts by Makoto Chan

I'm sure RL cares about this problem, but not on your small scale.
This didn't get answered?? The flower in the OP's picturer is from Strasburgo in Tokyo. They are often found on the website under "Accessories" but I don't see any at the moment. At 3000 yen, they are expensive.
Of course in every case besides the beach, I guess a loafer or boat shoe is better, but still I don't hate flip flops.... Maybe I'm imagining the wide disdain more than is really there...
This topic really has been done to death. Use the search function, OP. Re: flip flops.... (maybe off topic but your grossed-out condemnation is welcome...) I have to admit I don't understand why many so strongly dislike flip flops. They're casual. They're not MC, they're not SW, but they're useful, right? I walk around the house in my bare feet, and if I want to step outside to the grocery (a 2-minute walk), I can just slip on flip flops. In the summer of course. I wear...
Search online for purchasing services - there are sites where you can tell them what you want, and they'll go out and find the items in person. The one I used to know (sorry... can't remember the name....!) only charged an extra 10% of the total price.
In my circles, I guess nobody knows ANYTHING about clothes or they're just not willing to tell the guy.. I met a friend wearing the label on the sleeve of his (black) suit, with the (red) thread still intact along the seams of the shoulders and sleeves . I pulled him aside and told him, you know, I think you're supposed to remove those. "No, I think it's just fashion, like a red-on-black thing. My other suit is blue-on-black." At the time I wasn't 100% sure myself... So...
That and the 40% import tax on leather shoes.
I like it! So I recommend it! Don't buy it if you think it's a secret treasure chest of never-published-online style divas from the 1960’s. It's a book of cool photos of college kids looking good in classic styles.
Haha, despite the majority opinion (it seems) on SF, I really want a blazer w/ metal buttons, not a blue sports coat. Maybe someday though! Thanks for your input guys. I'll get a new jacket that fits me better. Jacket's for sale now, so PM me if you are interested.
You know, I was afraid of that... it's a 36, and when I had a MTM jacket done by Brooks, they based it on a size 35!
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