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post #256 of 383
Having not read thru, I'd say mostly everything I own. However, my skill comes in where I make it look much better than looks on paper.
post #257 of 383
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Having not read thru, I'd say mostly everything I own. However, my skill comes in where I make it look much better than looks on paper.
Like green stilettos? That's pretty ninja, no doubt
post #258 of 383
Those are definitely avatar worthy, not inferior at all
post #259 of 383
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New addition

  • Le Bernardin (aka Le Bernadin for vox and Manton ): obviously inferior to _____, most overrated, not worth its stars, etc... Still a small-timer like me thinks it's pretty good stuff.
post #260 of 383
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Keeping my list updated ...
post #261 of 383
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New addition

  • Le Bernardin (aka Le Bernadin for vox and Manton ): obviously inferior to _____, most overrated, not worth its stars, etc... Still a small-timer like me thinks it's pretty good stuff.

I can't spell, don't blame Vox for that.
post #262 of 383
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I can't spell, don't blame Vox for that.
he he - he also writes it like that
post #263 of 383
I like my shirt collars a little big/loose too.
post #264 of 383
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he he - he also writes it like that

I am withholding awarding the second R upon completion of a meal as worthy as the admittedly near unanimous praise.

- B
post #265 of 383
I prefer grimslade to Manton. Wait, no, I don't.
post #266 of 383
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I'd like to thank Eustace for pointing me towards snap cufflinks. I bought one pair on eBay back when he suggested it (was hard to find something that wasn't too dated) and wore them a couple times. I'm sold - they're about as convenient as toggle-backs and look good on both sides.
post #267 of 383
348 last benchgrade c&j's

the 358 is pretty similar, but the US selection on the 358 is very weak
post #268 of 383
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I'd like to thank Eustace for pointing me towards snap cufflinks. I bought one pair on eBay back when he suggested it (was hard to find something that wasn't too dated) and wore them a couple times. I'm sold - they're about as convenient as toggle-backs and look good on both sides.

Snap links can be cool.

But, I remain mystified at why normal links seem so inconvenient...I think that if I found it that way, I would just stick to barrel cuffs and be done with it.


- B
post #269 of 383
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Snap links can be cool.

But, I remain mystified at why normal links seem so inconvenient...I think that if I found it that way, I would just stick to barrel cuffs and be done with it.


- B

You would also buy 2 button jackets if you prefer 2 button. Other people, on the other hand..........
post #270 of 383
The March, 2009 NPC Club.
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