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i would hope that everyone took that as a granted. poor top and bottom block coherence is rarely cool.indisputable fact that is.
the next challenge is going to be a SUMMER TIE challenge! due to the tie and the fact that is was a tag team challenge, we are suffering from too many cooks in the kitchen. i am waiting to hear back from some of the winners regarding any limitations they want to incorporate before starting the new thread. for now assume that you want to try and stick to light colors and/or summer textures/fabrics. shantungs, unlineds, linens, cottons, cheery looks... assume no wool,...
v nice, mac.
whiners do the same for me!
i figured as much.the truth is like this, for me. pants that are cut like tchoys are going to be infinitely more comfortable for anyone who is not build like SVB. they allow a much greater range of motion, and are much more enjoyable to walk in, and especially to sit in. for a guy with a horrible top block like myself, i really should have trousers like that. like, all my trousers.the problem i find for me is twofold.1. i prefer the look of a slightly trimmer pant. i just...
i had been keeping an eye on this. kinda mad i missed the monumental occasion.i was about to be incredibly, incredibly, jealous. nah, i actually actively try and keep my posts less than greg here. i check the stats from time to time.
Syeknom so good. Love the avatar too.
^^ love that model. always have. that is a real proper throw back. ^^
noodles, you hate cappelli, we get it.
idk, maybe its just me, but there is a "bunch" behind his left knee that i dont love, and the right leg under the knee is kind of off to me. its a nit, but its just not what i prefer. its certainly not bad, its great even, its just not what i love, id like it a tad more crisp. you may now berate me for being a #menswear luzar!--HF - sublime.
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