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Thanks for the invitation to be guest editor for last week. As others have noted, this is really a lot of work. I really enjoyed doing it, and learned a few things at the same time:

1. I am a really hard grader on fit. I have trouble evaluating or even considering color, texture and combination of elements if the fit throws me off.

2. I like NYR's clothes and ensembles a lot more than I thought I did.

3. Food pics have replaced hot chicks and hot cars as gratuitous lifestyle pics. This in my opinion is a step backward.

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Here are my picks:

This is one very unique suit and represents some amazing craftsmanship. Also, I didn't get the pagoda shoulder scenery reference until the 5th time I looked at it. This is one fit I'd really like to see in a candid or street setting.



Great casual fit. You do this look very well, and it's something I am going to work on. Also, you carry around an unbelievable amount of shit. I struggle to remember to bring my blackberry and wallet with me every morning. I would need a pre-flight checklist to accesorize like you do (and I wouldn't be surprised if you have one in that bag, along with several other cameras).



Very nice casual look and incredible scenery. I see this and wonder what it must be like to live next door to Napoleon Dynamite.



Nice casual fit and those are great shoes for those pants.




Looking great, love the cut and fit of that suit.



Fantastic jacket and excerent tie serection.



This one grew on me a lot after I looked at it several more times. Well done.



Very cool. Please post more often.



Great ensemble and the shape and fit of this jacket looks great (is that shoulder slope?). I would get more of these if I were you.



Outstanding as usual, but for god's sake man please get a proper camera.



This pic got my attention right away because of the trouser length, which gives me the impression that you are actually going to walk around in these and not just stand there.



Out there in a good way, like Barims meets high finance.



Great fit for the setting and you move better than I would have guessed.



Nice silhouette on that jacket.



Adventurous use of the contrast collar, but I like.



Nice fits gents. These fits in this setting makes me think only in Asia.



Great jacket and ensemble, this is the only acceptable use of that tie that I've ever seen.



Nice use of that jacket, but for god's sake man please get a proper camera.



Cool shot.



Excellent. Please get back to posting more often.



Great suit and tie.



Nice DB SC, digging the length.



Nice combination on the top and those pants are bangin.




Security guard of the month.



And a dead even tie for off-topic/lifestyle pics of the week.



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Thread Starter 
Thank you and well done, TC. I hope that we can prevail on you to do another week.


- B
post #1668 of 2153
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post #1669 of 2153
Good job, TC. There were some really great jackets last week.
post #1670 of 2153
Very nicely done.
post #1671 of 2153
T.C. = Totally Cool. Thanks. That was fun. Again I missed a few of these over the week. Really like that NYR gray-on-gray-on-gray combo. And Incontros stripe-on-stripe.
post #1672 of 2153
Nice work, TC. Thanks for the time and effort.
post #1673 of 2153
Nice job. I've had a decent camera in my amazon shopping cart for about a year now. One day, I'll actually buy one.
post #1674 of 2153
Great job, TC.
post #1675 of 2153
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Originally Posted by bmulford View Post
Nice job. I've had a decent camera in my amazon shopping cart for about a year now. One day, I'll actually buy one.

how much is it ... we will chip in ... lol. Or we can plead with Vox to just buy it for you. Nice fits as always!!

great compilation TC. thanks for the add.
post #1676 of 2153
Nice work TC
post #1677 of 2153
Very well done!
post #1678 of 2153
thank you TC, you spared me some long scrolling.............
post #1679 of 2153
Great work! Thank you, TC!!!!
post #1680 of 2153
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Originally Posted by TC (Houston) View Post
This pic got my attention right away because of the trouser length, which gives me the impression that you are actually going to walk around in these and not just stand there.

Hear hear! Zero break looks great on mannequins and in illustrations, but not in the fully-articulated real world.
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