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post #3181 of 37075
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Originally Posted by TRINI View Post
Here you go:



I didn't stagger the ends like I should have (I was in a hurry) so my ends are uneven in length. I like this knot though.

This knot looks great!
post #3182 of 37075
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Originally Posted by SkinnyGoomba View Post



Maybe I'm alone in thinking i want ppl to STFU when they post stupid comments like "one pocket is lower" about a jacket made by one of the best tailors in the world, worn by someone very well versed in bespoke clothing, who is QUITE obviously leaning just slightly.

I'd rather have that than "ooooh amazing jacket !!!!!1111!!" posts.
post #3183 of 37075
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Originally Posted by SkinnyGoomba View Post
Maybe I'm alone in thinking i want ppl to STFU when they post stupid comments like "one pocket is lower" about a jacket made by one of the best tailors in the world, worn by someone very well versed in bespoke clothing, who is QUITE obviously leaning just slightly.

What can I say? It was a windy morning.


- B
post #3184 of 37075
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Originally Posted by srivats View Post
I'd rather have that than "ooooh amazing jacket !!!!!1111!!" posts.

+ 1, srivats. Your ensemble today is magical.


- B
post #3185 of 37075
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Originally Posted by srivats View Post
I'd rather have that than "ooooh amazing jacket !!!!!1111!!" posts.

I disagree, I think we've seen a decline in participation in this thread because of Ill-informed nitpicking.
post #3186 of 37075
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
+ 1, srivats. Your ensemble today is magical.



You seem to be in a good ball busting mood today. What's the count so far?
post #3187 of 37075
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Originally Posted by SkinnyGoomba View Post
I disagree, I think we've seen a decline in participation in this thread because of Ill-informed nitpicking.

There are some big-timers who think exactly the opposite - that there has been a increase in mediocrity and poor fits getting applause.

I am not one of them, just sayin' how things that bother you might not bother others and vice-versa. The least we can be is polite. Attack the post, not the poster.
post #3188 of 37075

BB jacket
Brioni scarf
BB shirt
post #3189 of 37075
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Originally Posted by srivats View Post


You seem to be in a good ball busting mood today. What's the count so far?

I don't think I've been snarkful even once today.

Then again, I could be mistaken.


- B
post #3190 of 37075
Brioni jacket
NM scarf
NM gloves
RLPL cardigan
Kiton pant
BJ belt
Zegna socks
BJ boots
Darphin cologne
Hamilton watch
post #3191 of 37075
Vox, how tight are those trousers when you're moving/sitting? And what size is the leg opening? Just wondering since I'm going to need to make some new pairs this year and need tips for those with bigger thighs.
post #3192 of 37075
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Originally Posted by srivats View Post
There are some big-timers who think exactly the opposite - that there has been a increase in mediocrity and poor fits getting applause.

I am not one of them, just sayin' how things that bother you might not bother others and vice-versa. The least we can be is polite. Attack the post, not the poster.

Alright, i'm going to step out of character for a second (maybe a minute!!)

Dude ... shut the F up!!!

Whoever those big timers are ... fashion/style existed before them, and will exist after them. I have tried my best to keep quite on the shenanigans here on SF just to play nice in the sand box, but this is one of the most childish boards on the internet ... its all about posturing, buttering up and being in the good books of the big timers ... This is a ufcking message board, not HIGH SCHOOL ... stop trying to make best friends and buttering up to people on here. Grow a pair and be your own man .... and that goes to not only you, but all the other spineless weaklings who think they need to be in the bigtimer in crowd to feel like they belong.

I walk/drive around the city a lot ... travel a lot ... and i can tell you, the people who dress on SF and in WAYWRN overall form a high population of the best dressed people out there ... Yes - there are some poorly dressed people on here too and i think the "good" people on this thread try to advice them to get better as long as they will accept/heed the advice. If the big timers see an increase in mediocre fits, then why cant they come out and say "hey, this is how your fit is lacking ... do x, y and z to get better" Why the F does the board exist if people dont want to help people on style, but rather feel the need to stop posting because of an increase in the praise of mediocre fits?!?!

And ufck with the people dont have lives to be on this board bullisht. This board is no different than thousands of other boards out there catering to a group of people with a specific interest. Most people on those boards have jobs, wives, friends and lives ... if YOU do not have a life, say so and stop speaking for the board. its a stupid cliche!!!

Increase in mediocrity my a.s.s ... post fits and advice people ... forget this bullshit buttering up and posturing to be "in"...

[/rant]
post #3193 of 37075
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Originally Posted by Fred49 View Post

BB jacket
Brioni scarf
BB shirt

post #3194 of 37075
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Originally Posted by niidawg3 View Post
Alright, i'm going to step out of character for a second (maybe a minute!!)

Dude ... shut the F up!!!

Whoever those big timers are ... fashion/style existed before them, and will exist after them. I have tried my best to keep quite on the shenanigans here on SF just to play nice in the sand box, but this is one of the most childish boards on the internet ... its all about posturing, buttering up and being in the good books of the big timers ... This is a ufcking message board, not HIGH SCHOOL ... stop trying to make best friends and buttering up to people on here. Grow a pair and be your own man .... and that goes to not only you, but all the other spineless weaklings who think they need to be in the bigtimer in crowd to feel like they belong.

I walk/drive around the city a lot ... travel a lot ... and i can tell you, the people who dress on SF and in WAYWRN overall form a high population of the best dressed people out there ... Yes - there are some poorly dressed people on here too and i think the "good" people on this thread try to advice them to get better as long as they will accept/heed the advice. If the big timers see an increase in mediocre fits, then why cant they come out and say "hey, this is how your fit is lacking ... do x, y and z to get better" Why the F does the board exist if people dont want to help people on style, but rather feel the need to stop posting because of an increase in the praise of mediocre fits?!?!

And ufck with the people dont have lives to be on this board bullisht. This board is no different than thousands of other boards out there catering to a group of people with a specific interest. Most people on those boards have jobs, wives, friends and lives ... if YOU do not have a life, say so and stop speaking for the board. its a stupid cliche!!!

Increase in mediocrity my a.s.s ... post fits and advice people ... forget this bullshit buttering up and posturing to be "in"...

[/rant]

+1 the guys who lick big timer butthole on here are hilarious.
post #3195 of 37075
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Originally Posted by NOBD View Post
No, though I tried it first with a long (and wide: double folded) one. Someone posted a picture of the knot on the Dutch styleforum and my gf figured out how it worked. Here goes; hope people don't mind I post it here.

thanks for the instructions NOBD ... i'll try it out later.

Trini - i think yours came out well. Nice texture on the scarf.

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Originally Posted by Fred49 View Post

BB jacket
Brioni scarf
BB shirt

nice fabric on the jacket ... what is it?
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