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You like it, the San Remo? I'm not big time enough to know people who live in the San Remo or the Dakota (to the left). I do know a couple who lives in the Kenilworth, the poor covered stepchild on the right, home of the merely rich.
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And so finally we have the latest edition of Voxsartoria's Not-So-Weekly but Still Entirely Subjective Digest. Christmas week was a bit slow around these parts, what with all the festive merrymaking, and I've been feeling lazy, what with all the mince pies. As such, today we're doing a special catch-up Double Digest, Betty and Veronica style:



This being SF, perhaps I should instead be using the new, trampified versions:



Anyhoo, on with the show. What with our holiday hangovers, let's start with something stylishly subdued:

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And a lovely sober tie:

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I don't know about you, but I'm feeling a bit taxed already. I'm thinking it's time to take teh edge off:

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That's better. Holdfast, ease us back into things:

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A nice outfit, but then he ups the ante with the scarf of the week(s):

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Vox, in a blatant bid for digest inclusion, gives us the bowler of the week. You'll note he also seeks to exploit my weaknesses by sporting chelseas with his bowler, Steed-style. Vox, you wanton hussy. I'm surprised you didn't opt for a satin tie and pearl tie pin.

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Steed, however, looks slightly askance at the bowler placement and suggests a jauntier angle:



Maomao gives us a pleasing pairing of colors and textures:

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NOBD helpfully writes his own introduction:

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More grey flannel and brown suede.


And Gregaz offers a fantastic shirt and tie combo:

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My, this is hard work for the post-Yuletide season. Let's have a nibble with the madeleine of the week:

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Is it any wonder my trou are too tight? Perhaps it's time for more comfortable clothes and a bit of fresh air:

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While we're dressing down, Gnatty gives us an instructive lesson in casual:

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I don't normally go for this sort of coat. Guys try to dress 'em up and they just look off. But Gnatty wisely goes the opposite route and dresses it down:

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As such, he receives praise for his frays.

Meanwhile, Luftvier successfully navigates the treacherous waters of the bowtie and elbow patch pairing ...

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... and, in the process, he earns the Timelord award for his similarity to the new Doctor Who:



As the holidays draw to a close, we have to get in our last-second partying:

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Though some of us, to borrow a line from Don Henley & Co., can't hold out that long:

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But nobody wants to go home now, when Labelking's got it going on:

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However you spent your holidays, whether raising your glass during an evening out ...

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making new friends ...

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frantically checking SF ...

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braving the elements ...

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or sporting a tophat as you sipped a Holly, Jolly Mocha ...

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I hope you'll take a moment to pause to reflect ...

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on the year gone by and all the things you have to be thankful for:

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Happy new year, everyone.

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Great choices again, Doc. Thank you for keeping my 100% record of being featured in this whenever I post a WAYWN.
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... and, in the process, he earns the Timelord award for his similarity to the new Doctor Who:





Great digest Doc! Thanks, and may you have a pleasant new year.

If I had a $100 for every time someone mentioned my physical similarities with the new Doctor Who, I'd be able to buy a Rubinacci.
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Great digest, thoroughly enjoyed it.
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Awesome digest Doc. Thanks again!
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Glad to be of help. Happy new year back, and thank you.
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SF is an unfortunate addiction. Thanks for the inclusion.
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Steed, however, looks slightly askance at the bowler placement and suggests a jauntier angle:



Something we should all be working towards in the new year: Jauntier Angles.
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Wow, didn't think I was cool enough. Thank you for your work. Nice digest. This has been a great thread.
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Great post DOC..

& how appropriate that the only time I miss the cut coincides with me retiring from WAYWR.

So.. Who's next up Bazz!
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