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You guys are killing it right now

Oh they're killing it, for sure.

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FTFY!

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You mean this isn't real life? (I must be on the machine too much of late . . .)

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I feel like we would be friends in real life. Just saying.
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Originally Posted by MBreinin View Post
Pitti Uomo. You know, the affected, absurd peacock-fest that goes on twice a year in Italy??

Why else do you think I would be ruining this fit with cargo pants and causing some of our esteemed colleagues to shed tears of regret for me???

Mike

I was praying that you all were close enough to Mardi Gras that everyone in New Orleans would be too drunk to notice what you are wearing.
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post
Now that would be true sprezz. As long as its flying.

Spoo see what happens when you leave the kids, the keys to the liquor cabinet.
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I have no idea whether this constitutes anything but a mess, but here goes my attempt.

I had to leave the house today, so my Sprezz, is liking individual components and putting them together.











That's all folks!!
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Looks great. I am not a fan of the lining, or contrast stitching, however.
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Hi there

This is my first post on this thread. I put all the week in a row.

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Friday


Thanks for your interest in Froggy's style.
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Originally Posted by MrDaniels View Post
I was praying that you all were close enough to Mardi Gras that everyone in New Orleans would be too drunk to notice what you are wearing.

It is Friday, Mr. D.....NOLA is drunk anyway. Mardi Gras is for tourists.
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Originally Posted by niidawg3 View Post
- smh ... how did you even think all this up ... lol.

Believe it or not, but it only took me a few minutes—let's say I have a vivid imagination... The sunglass thing I do in summer with jackets with a breast pocket that's not deep enough for glasses; a bit dangerous for the button hole, but it can be convenient. The bracelets are actually my daughter's hairbands (how do you call those?), which sometimes end up on my arm spontaneously. The turned around watch band, eh... don't have a clue why I thought of that. The glove in my pocket is from real life too, but then in my overcoat, and two of them. The cig, eh... I have to quit. And the silk knots were just the first stupid thing that came to mind.


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Originally Posted by MBreinin View Post
I just realized that you shot these in your house, and Photoshopped them into the exterior location. Fuckin' A, Bubba...that is dedication.

Mike

Hehe. I figured I didn't have to tell, because it was so obvious (apart from some apparent retouching, there are two suns shining in the pic...). Here's the originals:




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Originally Posted by ndw View Post
Unfortunately, couldn't go for the total sprzz explosion cause I still had to go to work today and the lapel flower, ps, loud coat and pants were well beyond the boundary of acceptable at my conservative work place. I am quite the source of entertainment for my colleagues.

Ah, I understand. My day: bring my daughter to her grandparents, get behind the computer to work (I work from home), pick her up.
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ML peacoat
BR scarf
Saks gloves
NM sweater
Kiton pant
TB belt
Pantherella socks
Gucci loafers
Creed cologne
Patek watch
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Unless you count a foot and a half of snow on the ground, and salt stains on my boots, I'm afraid, I'm sitting the best sprezz competition.


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Originally Posted by NOBD View Post
The turned around watch band, eh...
My Dad always wears his watch turned around, a habit he picked up when he was a naval officer in WWII. The idea was to prevent light from reflecting off the crystal at night.
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My Dad always wears his watch turned around, a habit he picked up when he was a naval officer in WWII. The idea was to prevent light from reflecting off the crystal at night.

Interesting. Thanks.
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