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post #76 of 81
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
Will posted a rockin' combo today that's anchored by a solid shirt.

I go back and forth...sometimes, I like everything patterned, sometimes not. It tends to run in seasonal phases.


- B


You disappoint me.
post #77 of 81
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What do you think about chalk stripe suits?
I rather like chalk stripe suits.

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Do you think that one should at least own one?
If one likes chalk stripes ... one should probably consider owning one or more.

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Which color combinations should be prefered?
The color combinations one actually likes, of course. I prefer grey (light to dark), navy, & brown (a medium dark) flannels.

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I feel I started the whole trend of iGents getting DB vests, and I never got one with that seam.
You may well have started the trend ... still, I have (well, had one ... thanks to a moth) an Anderson & Sheppard SB suit w/ DB waistcoat that dates from the early 1990s.
post #78 of 81
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
Will posted a rockin' combo today that's anchored by a solid shirt.

I go back and forth...sometimes, I like everything patterned, sometimes not. It tends to run in seasonal phases.


- B

Wonderful combo! The vest in particular. I would have preferred another colour in PS, but that's only my humble opinion (I still have a lot to learn from SF masters!)
BTW, do you think this pattern would do well also on a youngish early 30's like me?
post #79 of 81
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Originally Posted by MyHeartIsMyProphet View Post
Wonderful combo! The vest in particular. I would have preferred another colour in PS, but that's only my humble opinion (I still have a lot to learn from SF masters!) BTW, do you think this pattern would do well also on a youngish early 30's like me?
Depends how you cut the suit.
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You disappoint me.

It's not a very exclusive club.


- B
post #81 of 81
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Will posted a rockin' combo today that's anchored by a solid shirt. I go back and forth...sometimes, I like everything patterned, sometimes not. It tends to run in seasonal phases. - B
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You disappoint me.
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It's not a very exclusive club. - B
He's being too modest. They aren't an exclusive club because membership is egalitarian and open to anyone starting out who also wants to pose as an authority. Fortunately, there aren't that many of them. The biggest disappointments are obviously from the results they have to live with. It's one thing to believe you're a master chef because you use the "best" ingredients, it's another thing to have to eat the slag you cook up.
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