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Life is full of strange coincidences--and I assure you I did not pull a DTO on Holdfast. Holdfast, I believe you even mentioned the fact that you owned this same sport coat in a two-button configuration once before after I posted it. Well, here's my three-button again, on the exact same day your wore two-button. I think you'll find the effect quite different, though.







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You have balls taking that shot in that terminal. More so if you took it during morning rush.
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The pocket square got tucked in after I saw the pic.
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Don't wear blue pants.

- B

Ouch. That hurt.
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These days, it's basically free for undergraduates who come from families with annual incomes of less than $180K...literally so for those from families with incomes less than $60K. No undergraduates are expected to take out loans.

OTH, it is not in Providence (Rhode Island.) So, there's that to consider.

It's a tough choice. There are some good restaurants in Providence.



Thank you. While the photo might be good, your username is fantastic. Well done.



Yes, and I've lobbied for the motto to be changed exactly to that. I get pushback, though, that "The Tufts of Cambridge" is too long for the three tiny books in the seal.

Like always, the solution to this problem is, "more tiny books."

I've also suggested a change to, "The Lesley University of Cambridge," but was told that there already is one, perched above a bunch of Japanese takeout joints.

It's a problem, this resistance to modernity.


- B

your best yet.

-TD
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Greg,

Unlike your usual homeruns, this jacket is a dud. Too short
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Greg,

Unlike your usual homeruns, this jacket is a dud. Too short

Yeah and looks kind of dowdy in general. I've seen better from you.
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Behold the skills of a master..superb HF! The emergence of summer in springtime. Once again shoe details please?
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Interestingly enough - this suit looks quite alright in the photos but is one that I need some major alterations to. It feels like it was made for a person a few sizes larger than me and feels really uncomfortable too
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Looking sharp. Black shirt in the daytime, pretty daring by styleforum standards, no?
As a teacher, I can wear whatever I please during the day because a) I'm always dressed better than my colleagues, and b) my SF image consultants can only see me when I want them to. Therefore, it's not daring for me to wear the black shirt, just to admit here that I have done so.

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Please resist that urge.
Why would I resist the next step in my evolution? I became a member here to improve, not to stagnate.

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There's a bunch of Nagranis on sale on B & S right now. The burgundy ones sfefferz has are particularly nice. Very rich color IRL.
Thanks for the heads up, KO. It just so happens that I've been looking that very color, and I've been stunned to find that it is not carried by any of the stores that I frequent.
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Interestingly enough - this suit looks quite alright in the photos but is one that I need some major alterations to. It feels like it was made for a person a few sizes larger than me and feels really uncomfortable too

I think the lapels on the jacket are quite nice. As long as you're having alterations done, is it possible to hae the jacket lengthened one or two centimeters? It looks a little on the short side and will only get shorter as the linen wrinkles.
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Super

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That tie "pops". Of course, I'm partial to (University of) Michigan colors! The sassy pocket square rounds off a very dandy look. Another masterful use of color.
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