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post #1 of 205
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How is it possible this thread didn't exist before?

Rubinacci jacket in Worsted Alsport. I won't bog you down with captions: the subject likes to express her own story.































post #2 of 205
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How is it possible this thread didn't exist before?

Rubinacci jacket in Worsted Alsport. I won't bog you down with captions: the subject likes to express her own story.

It's a she? Have you named her?
post #3 of 205
Very nice jacket.
post #4 of 205
What camera do you use for these closeup shots?
post #5 of 205
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It's a she? Have you named her?

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Very nice jacket.

Thanks. I call her Monday since she's my favorite jacket and the first one I wear each week.

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What camera do you use for these closeup shots?

A Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX150. It's just a little point-and-shoot.
post #6 of 205
Did you get laid off or something?
post #7 of 205
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Thanks. I call her Monday since she's my favorite jacket and the first one I wear each week.

Simple, yet quite poetic. Did you name each of your OneShoe 'OS-1', 'OS-2' and so forth?
post #8 of 205
That is such a great, classic combination of colors in the fabric. You can mix and match with so many basics that it would be an ideal travel jacket. Good choice!
post #9 of 205
Mafoo, that fabric is amazing. The colors are
post #10 of 205
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Thanks. I call her Monday since she's my favorite jacket and the first one I wear each week.



A Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX150. It's just a little point-and-shoot.

Beautifull coat.

I have the same camera ; which setting do you use to make these shots (Simple MAcro, Food shot)? Do you tweak the photos before posting them?
post #11 of 205
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Did you get laid off or something?

Friend, I have more free time than I'd like these days.

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Simple, yet quite poetic. Did you name each of your OneShoe 'OS-1', 'OS-2' and so forth?

That is an excellent thought. Up until now, I've just been moving from left to right.

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That is such a great, classic combination of colors in the fabric. You can mix and match with so many basics that it would be an ideal travel jacket. Good choice!

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Mafoo, that fabric is amazing. The colors are

Thanks. It does seem to work with everything. I need more brown jackets.

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Beautifull coat.

I have the same camera ; which setting do you use to make these shots (Simple MAcro, Food shot)? Do you tweak the photos before posting them?

I just leave it on auto and take multiple shots to get the auto-focus aimed at the right spot.
post #12 of 205
Nice fabric. Though I would like to see the jacket in full swing. Cant judge a jacket without seeing the whole thing...
post #13 of 205
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Nice fabric. Though I would like to see the jacket in full swing. Cant judge a jacket without seeing the whole thing...

You guys have seen it on me a couple dozen times. I'll see if I can dig up a photo, though.
post #14 of 205
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Friend, I have more free time than I'd like these days

Part time/guest columnist gig for Esquire. Serious.

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Up until now, I've just been moving from left to right.

Well, amidst all the talk about your OneShoe army, I don't think anyone asked if you had or would name them, although you had discussed the possibility of adding some fold-down fabric tabs for identification purposes. Fwiw, I sometimes do the left-right thing myself, especially with shirts, just for the sake of variety. However, I don't own 2 identical shirts... Yet!

And if I find myself passing over a certain shirt too many times, it usually ends up in the next round of donation clothes.
post #15 of 205
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Near her birthplace:

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