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post #31 of 35
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Omar--

Nope, Brioni. I think the model is NM Nomenta, or something like that.

well it looks amazing foxx. congrats.
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Omar1223, nice avatar.
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Wow - that looks great!

Way too nice for Tucson

Ya know, I said F it when I visited Tucson on business and ordered up a couple of seer sucker MTM with a couple of mohair MTM and wore it all between late May through early August then had to step down a little; e.g. cotton suit, silk shirt, no tie, english benchmade slip ons, no socks, always a pocket square; to accompdate for the dry 114 degrees. Afterwards, ordered up an extra dry Belvidere Martini and jumped in the pool at the Hacienda del Sol.
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Ya know, I said F it when I visited Tucson on business and ordered up a couple of seer sucker MTM with a couple of mohair MTM and wore it all between late May through early August then had to step down a little; e.g. cotton suit, silk shirt, no tie, english benchmade slip ons, no socks, always a pocket square; to accompdate for the dry 114 degrees. Afterwards, ordered up an extra dry Belvidere Martini and jumped in the pool at the Hacienda del Sol.


no sooner had i read your post, than we went deep into monsoon season! I think the high today was in the 70s, overcast and rainy!

yep, assume i'll be wearing this and my other suits a lot more in 2009, when I hopefully move back east (likely the NE) for work.
post #35 of 35
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Ya know, I said F it when I visited Tucson on business and ordered up a couple of seer sucker MTM with a couple of mohair MTM and wore it all between late May through early August then had to step down a little; e.g. cotton suit, silk shirt, no tie, english benchmade slip ons, no socks, always a pocket square; to accompdate for the dry 114 degrees. Afterwards, ordered up an extra dry Belvidere Martini and jumped in the pool at the Hacienda del Sol.
Wow - sounds like an impressive look, but you were clearly from out of town Tucson has always been pretty casual, in fact when I was a kid, long-time Mayor Lew Murphy (4 terms, 16 years) would always declare the guayabera as the official shirt of summer and that it was acceptable for all business wear. Once in a while you'll still see some of the older attorneys wearing guayaberas to court in the summer. P.S. I love that the monsoon is here! It's the best part of summer.
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