Originally Posted by bleachboy
I want a woman who blows me while I play video games, makes six figures a year, looks like a model, and does all the cooking and cleaning.
Step 1: Buy Birkenstock Londons
The Polo RL pants I tried were pretty nice but I'm looking for something really luxurious. Anyone have experience with these Margiela pants?
These are all 5% cashmere. Do I need to go higher to get a really soft hand?
Originally Posted by godofcoffee
A lot of what SFers wear is advertised as somehow "timeless" by menswear blogs. But I feel like the timeless component is the boring, decidedly non-stylish businesswear that you could get at Mark's Work Wearhouse (that's a thing, right?). SF style, with its suppressed waists and exaggerated attention to detail, seems like pointless overkill. The only interesting stuff is the stuff that'll probably end up...
Originally Posted by Cary Grant
You can save search preferences.
When you are in the forum you want to search, over in the top right choose:
Search this Forum >> Advanced Search. (There's also an RSS Icon to subscribe to the thread)
In the following window/page, down at the bottom, center, there is a pulldown with "Save Search Preferences".
Yeah, the save search preferences stores things like how far back you want to search...
I'm going crazy trying to scroll through all the B&S threads. I see the RSS link on the main page but is there a way to save a RSS feed for specific searches? I can't even figure out how to save a search. Do most people just troll the list every day?
Also is there a way to hide a thread that I'm not interested in? Every time a thread gets bumped I end up clicking on it in excitement only to find out it's the same stuff I didn't want yesterday.
It would be great...
I used to wear BR shirts with the huge cuffs that ended up swallowing my hands. Was excited for my first MTM shirt that would finally fit correctly. I measured sleeve length exactly but after getting the shirt I realized I should have added in a few inches. It turns out it is the smaller cuff size that keeps the sleeves up off the hands. Obviously if you use the exact length you will show a lot of wrist every time you raise your arm. When you measure your neck they...