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Robbie, I know of what you speak - we, in the Capital City of Trenton, look just like Bruecklin...although your streets are looking a little better than ours....we, of course, are broke and have already used up the snow budget. Other day, I had to walk to work because I couldn't get the car dug out in time....

Look up, "Blizzard, Boston, 1978" and see what I experienced when I lived up there. That was a 'real' winter!! Where's Vox these days???

Tom
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Dude. That sucks. Hope you have some Amaro nearby

Sambuca and a little grappa left!

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Robbie, I know of what you speak - we, in the Capital City of Trenton, look just like Bruecklin...although your streets are looking a little better than ours....we, of course, are broke and have already used up the snow budget. Other day, I had to walk to work because I couldn't get the car dug out in time....

Look up, "Blizzard, Boston, 1978" and see what I experienced when I lived up there. That was a 'real' winter!! Where's Vox these days???

Tom

Jeez Tom, I hear you. I had family on Bayard St right off of the Roebling Complex waaay back. The Brenna's are still there though (they own the funeral home). Trenton, if ever properly cleaned up and invested in, is one beautiful place, though with two feet of snow, not so sure.

And they're calling for another doozy middle of next week perhaps.
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What model watch is this? The face is great!
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It's a Seiko Spirit "blue spark" SCVS013. I believe it has been discontinued
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It's a Seiko Spirit "blue spark" SCVS013. I believe it has been discontinued

You're right on both accounts
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Boo! I think I'm too late for the Best Pitti! half taken just to show jamesbond I own a "different" jacket to my tweed. Incotex trousers Caruso jacket Cordings jumper TM Lewin shirt Pantharella socks Rubinacci handkerchief M&S scarf Crockett & Jones shoes Madova gloves
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I hate posted twice when I could have posted once, but I don't know how to get two quotes in one post. - I'm a 20 yr old and this is my first time on a forum, sad isn't it.

Thanks, but idk if my round face will compliment the spread collar too well..

Go for a medium spread, just a little wider than a point collar. It compliments basically any shape face.
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This is really well done, the trousers fit great, and I really like the coat and shoes.
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ich wins.
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ich wins.
+1 Great fabric on that sc.
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Very NOBD. I like.

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Boo! I think I'm too late for the Best Pitti! half taken just to show jamesbond I own a "different" jacket to my tweed.





Incotex trousers
Caruso jacket
Cordings jumper
TM Lewin shirt
Pantharella socks
Rubinacci handkerchief
M&S scarf
Crockett & Jones shoes

Too bad you were late. I would have voted for you.
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This is really well done, the trousers fit great, and I really like the coat and shoes.

+1.

Bravissimo
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I'm not sure if this is the right spot for this. I have an accounting test on Monday, and a lot of the guys dress up for tests in my program. It's not a final or a midterm so there's not a lot of reason to wear a suit so I just plan on throwing on a tie. But I'm having trouble learning how to match patters, and colours so I'm seeking advice.

Tie A I'm thinking maybe light blue isn't appropriate for the winter. Also the stripes in the tie are kind of composed of a collection of smaller stripes so I'm not sure if that goes with the small striped shirt, or if I'm supposed to be looking at this tie as a medium striped tie that would go with a small striped shirt.

Tie B has both small stripes, and medium stripes in it, with the small stripes in between the medium stripes, and kinda subtle. My shirt has small stripes in it. So again I'm not sure if I'm donig it right.

Any advice would be awesome.


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Friday challenge



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Who makes the loafers, if you don't mind sharing.

-LR
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If you're talking about my bookcase, you're mistaken. In the Yiddish dictionary, next to the word "shagitz" is my family tree. It's only habit, custom, and nearly 30 years with my late husband (the most non-practicing of secular Jews) that I acquired knowledge of the ways of the tribe at all. That being said, L'Shana Tovah, about nine months early
Nah, I was actually referring to in stitches but thanks anyways, and a belated Merry Christmas to you. -LR
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