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post #64216 of 98168
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Originally Posted by shoreman1782 View Post

Anyone seen ten c stuff in a store yet?
From stephen mann's tumblr Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Just saw this too. Both haven and union la have it right now.

Looks like the shearling hood + liner is separate from the coat itself. confused.gif
post #64217 of 98168
Listening to old records from The Fall this weekend led me google Brix Smith, which informed me she owns a London clothing store called Start. That's my random fashion thought.
post #64218 of 98168
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Originally Posted by Dapp View Post

Dammit, one of my roommates thinks Joseph Abboud is the shit and whenever he steps out of his room wearing a suit from there, he considers himself sexy and better dressed than everybody. He even argued the merits of suits over all other forms of clothing yesterday. I don't want to be a douche, but god it's annoying.

Similar, but for me it's my coworker and Hugo Boss suits. I think he's been watching too much Barney Stinson and seriously wears a suit everywhere, spouting off lines like "girls are always attracted to suits" and "suits equal respect". Of course, he labels me 'homeless' because I wear a denim jacket. I have a lot of maturing to do
post #64219 of 98168
you need to suit up, mr snow
post #64220 of 98168
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Originally Posted by CityHunter View Post


Similar, but for me it's my coworker and Hugo Boss suits. I think he's been watching too much Barney Stinson and seriously wears a suit everywhere, spouting off lines like "girls are always attracted to suits" and "suits equal respect". Of course, he labels me 'homeless' because I wear a denim jacket. I have a lot of maturing to do

 

Legen...

 

...wait for it...

 

DARY

post #64221 of 98168
You guys need to reverse the social shaming game

Start calling them "squares" or "cleanshirts" or "organization men"

Ask them how their kids' soccer team is going, even if they don't have kids

And start saying things like "i'm going to a party with my cool friends. you probably wouldn't like it and it's past your bed time anyway"

And if you find yourselves going to a show together, offer them earplugs

etc
post #64222 of 98168
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Originally Posted by Bam!ChairDance View Post

You guys need to reverse the social shaming game
Start calling them "squares" or "cleanshirts" or "organization men"
Ask them how their kids' soccer team is going, even if they don't have kids
And start saying things like "i'm going to a party with my cool friends. you probably wouldn't like it and it's past your bed time anyway"
And if you find yourselves going to a show together, offer them earplugs
etc

My 8 year old son has taken to calling them "agency guys". He calls them out from the back seat of the car...."What's up Agency Guy".
post #64223 of 98168
Just make that "whhha-cchhhhh" whip-crack noise any time they imply that girls respect how they dress. Note that you're not doing this because it makes one less of a man to do things a girl wants (that actually makes you a good person!), but because the kind of asshole that wears a suit because "girls respect suits" is always terrified of losing his masculinity and just loves to talk about how he "never lets a girl take his balls" or some degenerate monkey-speak like that.

Also any time a girl makes a terrible menswear-type suggestion (like, "oh a tie would go great with that, men look so good in ties") you just ask them if they'd let a guy dress them and have them imagine how terrible they'd look and that solves that pretty quick.
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My tinnitus says you're right. How about this:
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Originally Posted by Bam!ChairDance View Post

And if you find yourselves going to an acoustic folk show together, offer them earplugs
post #64225 of 98168
n/m got 2 threads confused
post #64226 of 98168
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Originally Posted by Dapp View Post

Dammit, one of my roommates thinks Joseph Abboud is the shit and whenever he steps out of his room wearing a suit from there, he considers himself sexy and better dressed than everybody. He even argued the merits of suits over all other forms of clothing yesterday. I don't want to be a douche, but god it's annoying.

this reminds of a few nights ago when someone was talking about how nice cole haan shoes are, and asked me if my all saints boots were cole haan.
post #64227 of 98168
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this reminds of a few nights ago when someone was talking about how nice cole haan shoes are, and asked me if my all saints boots were cole haan.

Actually, in terms of innovation, Cole Haan is probably ahead of All Saints, and the quality of Cole Haan, recently, seems to be decent, and consistent, which is a lot more than I can say for All Saints. Of course, unless your All Saints boots were pebblegrain with a Lunar sole, I have no idea how they would have gotten that idea.
post #64228 of 98168
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this reminds of a few nights ago when someone was talking about how nice cole haan shoes are, and asked me if my all saints boots were cole haan.

Wait, All Saints is better than Cole Haan?

post #64229 of 98168
There aren't enough pictures of the new Geller dip-dye sweatshirt in the Recent Purchases thread.
post #64230 of 98168
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Originally Posted by zissou View Post

Would post this in a food thread, but the search function sucks and I can't find one.
Just ate a cheesesteak from Pat's King of Steak in Philly. It was ok peepwall[1].gif
Why would you do this to yourself? confused.gif I split a Pat's steak with a friend once, and all I got out of it was a mouthful of gristle.

If you're going to subject yourself to a cheesesteak, at least get a decent one: http://www.johnsroastpork.com/
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Originally Posted by cyc wid it View Post

DiNic's roast pork > any of those cheesesteaks.
Also, this. The Italian roast pork hoagie kicks a cheesesteak's greasy, whiz-covered keister any day of the week.

You can also get a decent banh mi or bowl of pho from a few places on Washington Ave. or in Chinatown. I'm partial to Ba Le (I think it's at 6th & Washington) for banh mi.

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Random non-food thought: I just got a Gitman Vintage shirt (from the MyHabit sale), and my impressions are:

- short sleeves
- wide shoulders
- boxy fit
- plastic buttons
- stiff, slightly itchy fabric

I'm not really seeing the appeal.
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