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I like this alot, Spoo. I will probably be wearing something very similar tomorrow.
Mike

Thank you, and your tie today is awesome.

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Originally Posted by fritzl View Post
impeccable, despite the wheels...

warum der Hass auf die Muscheln?

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Euro Crisis Wednesday:
- B

Fantastic tie.

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It's amazing how everything goes with gray. A delightful tie. Most of all, I admire the silhouette, length, and fit of your suit coat.

Thank you!

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Nice stuff Lou and welcome back to the mid-west

Im still REALLY digging these shoes. Deets again?

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Is there a standing ovation emoticon?

The worship one has become so passe...



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This tie is so up my alley. Well done.

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- now this is 100% better than yesterday

I thought of you when I got dressed this morning - I had on a different shirt, but changed it in fear it would make you toss your cupcakes

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Fresher-licious ...


Thanks Nii.

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SpooPoker, I hate to say it, but I still concur with PG on the trainwreck.

But that was SOO yesterday

I think Im feelin' me some ultra wide lapels for tomorrow... I know MBreinin is in. be warned..
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Im still REALLY digging these shoes. Deets again?

Same as your's...Magnanni

I'd seen your's in an issue of CS from a year or so ago that's why I got these.

I might take them to my local cobbler and try to get a similar antique job done to them...
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Do you share wardrobe tips with the doorman?

Requoted to say thanks again.

- B
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Originally Posted by UpperWestie View Post
Im thinking the sorrentos and the old linosas (sp?) look better on you than the steeds or MBT. Perhaps just a preference of cut.

It is probably that and also, based on what I have seen from your own style, the Borrelli numbers are my most casual (except for a few outlandish items...) jackets. They're in the least formal ensembles, including most of the rare times that I wear a jacket without a tie.

Watcha think?

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Me, three.

Would love to see some photos of the house.

I realized on the last page that I shouldn't be so open about it. But, I hope that you won't mind being inducted into my informal Advisory by PM Group on restoration and renovation efforts.

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Congrats, Vox. Is the house in good shape or must you do some restoration?

The new place is quite habitable now because of a recent major restoration/renovation effort. Lovely, really.

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Ed, your ties look great.

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Fantastic tie.

Yes, Ed's new ties kick ass. The unlined Panta is the closest thing that I've handled to the unlined Rubinacci ties that you can see photographed on Tweed in the City. Some will love this; others, not. The lined Panta six-folds are the lightest lined six-folds I've seen.



- B
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
It is probably that and also, based on what I have seen from your own style, the Borrelli numbers are my most casual (except for a few outlandish items...) jackets. They're in the least formal ensembles, including most of the rare times that I wear a jacket without a tie.

Watcha think?

- B

Probably right

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informal Advisory by PM Group on restoration and renovation efforts. - B

Hook me. I'm a R&R whore.
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I realized on the last page that I shouldn't be so open about it. But, I hope that you won't mind being inducted into my informal Advisory by PM Group on restoration and renovation efforts.



The new place is quite habitable now because of a recent major restoration/renovation effort. Lovely, really. The current owners ran out of money, unfortunately, so we're hoping to get to the things that they missed.

We're going to concentrate on the landscaping first, I think, although I'm fixated on this idea of an open rooftop living room like in the Neutra/Kaufman house in Palm Springs because of the fantastic views.

The architects who did the restoration and updates are coming up from New York next week to meet with me. I'm really looking forward to hearing what they have in mind and what they had on their wish list.



- B

The house sounds very interesting, and like a fun project to follow. It would be great to be part of the group.
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The two of you are very kind, so of course.

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Hook me. I'm a R&R whore.

I can see it already.



We have to rule this out as not period appropriate. Unless we put it on the roof.

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The house sounds very interesting, and like a fun project to follow. It would be great to be part of the group.

Thanks, JJ.


- B
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being inducted into my informal Advisory by PM Group on restoration and renovation efforts.
I would be interested in following this unless you intend to make Vox's House a regular broadcasted HGTV show :-)
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We have to rule this out as not period appropriate. Unless we put it on the roof.


- B

Rule nothing out! I once saw a Moltani custom Wok range in a Marleybone flat. Go deep or go home.
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Armani jacket
Brioni shirt
Globe cufflinks
LP jeans
Zegna belt
JB socks
ADP cologne
GP watch
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We have to rule this out as not period appropriate. Unless we put it on the roof.

Aren't you going to have an AGA in your kitchen??

T
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The shoes have gemming;
- B

glad you survived.
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Originally Posted by B2C2V View Post
I would be interested in following this unless you intend to make Vox's House a regular broadcasted HGTV show :-)

Why not? The more, the merrier.

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Originally Posted by UpperWestie View Post
Rule nothing out! I once saw a Moltani custom Wok range in a Marleybone flat. Go deep or go home.

They are daffy north of Oxford St.

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Aren't you going to have an AGA in your kitchen??

T

I could be mistaken, but I believe Modernism was a reaction against AGA stoves.

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glad you survived.

Thank you. I walked softly today to avoid igniting a detonation.

Also: no squeaks.


- B
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If I touch a vegetable, it is likely to be already dead.


- B

I KNEWYOU WERE A FRUITARIAN...
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