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WTF, Moo?

LOL Invisible rapist on the loose
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From The (Old) WAYWT Duscussion Thread, Post #6453 JaPo Senior Member JaPo's Avatar Join Date: Feb 2009 Posts: 390 \t Default Re: The WAYWT Discussion Thread Quote: Originally Posted by NS88 View Post Haha, word. You can get croc loafers for even better quality for a fraction of the price though. I never buy anything someone tells me to buy, whether it's a milk carton or something like that. I always buy what I like, and if I like something I'll buy it. Brands aren't really important to me. From my posts, some could think that I only buy things because it's Gucci or Tom Ford or whatever, but I could care less about brands. Exactly. You could care less about brands. Not sure if I believe this BS anyway bru. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I just thought it would be fun to see a pic, posted two days ago at GQ Forum, by Mr "I could care less about brands": J. Crew cardigan Dolce Gabbana shirt Yves Saint Laurent khakis Hermes belt Tom Ford loafers Audemars Piguet (ROO) watch Persol sunglasses
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Fantastic Friday :

my driveway finally got paved, the sun is shining, 80+ degrees today, and I got my wife to take some proper pics... life is good.

You are awesome. When I grow up, I wanna dress like you And I like your cuff links as well. They're fun.


I bought my very first cashmere item last night. Looks a bit boring though.



I hate it when my one of my eyes goes smaller than the other.
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Looks Jewish.

Fuuma or Fuuma's Outfit?
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- nice signature


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It is more tremendous! Surprisingly thin balance of colour and the form. Simple but very elegant tie! And certainly I like this suit! Details?
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Nice chambray(?)-shirt
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You are awesome. When I grow up, I wanna dress like you And I like your cuff links as well. They're fun.


I bought my very first cashmere item last night. Looks a bit boring though.


I hate it when my one of my eyes goes smaller than the other.

I appreciate your kind words! You would not have said that if you saw me last night...my daughter is a little sick, and all I will say is projectile vomit is no fun (thankfully out of the suit at that point).

Your first cashmere? Congrats... and prepare for many, many more.

One eye smaller than the other is the key to a great model shot...see?




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It is more tremendous! Surprisingly thin balance of colour and the form. Simple but very elegant tie! And certainly I like this suit! Details?
Thank you. Praise from you is high praise indeed! The suit (Cambridge gray, side vents, SB, working sleeve buttons) is MTM from a local tailor, Cicchini in Birmingham, Michigan. Shirt is MTM from Taylor Stitch. Tie is by Ferragamo.
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You pulled out all the 'stops' today, maestro. Fabulous. The sartorial equivalent of a flawless performance of this: Cheers, a
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Your first cashmere? Congrats... and prepare for many, many more.

One eye smaller than the other is the key to a great model shot...see?

I couldn't really afford cashmere, but I got informed that they are on sale (in a range of different colors too, but I chose the safe one). I took the risk of getting closer to being broke til the next paycheck, but it's totally worth it. I can't stop feeling myself up when wearing it

The example you've posted are of women with great bone structure. I don't belong in that category. But thanks for the attempt to make me feel better about the eyes.
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^^ I love Widor's Toccata.
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Thank you. Praise from you is high praise indeed! The suit (Cambridge gray, side vents, SB, working sleeve buttons) is MTM from a local tailor, Cicchini in Birmingham, Michigan. Shirt is MTM from Taylor Stitch. Tie is by Ferragamo.

Thank you, sir!
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Been a while. Was in Muscle Shoals, AL of all places for the last couple of days. Rolling Stones recorded pieces of Sticky Fingers there. Go figure.





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Niiiiiice. Really, really nice.
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Been a while. Was in Muscle Shoals, AL of all places for the last couple of days. Rolling Stones recorded pieces of Sticky Fingers there. Go figure.


I have been looking for a similar tie. Where might one find such an animal?
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