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RJE...skinny...dawg...come on now: group hug? - B
Dawg's mad at me too???
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Originally Posted by SkinnyGoomba View Post
Dawg's mad at me too???

I feel this is all a misunderstanding.

The Dawg, srivats, and you should come over to my place for a beer, and we'll sort this all out.


- B
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Originally Posted by niidawg3 View Post
i dig a lot.
Coming from you, Dawg -



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Originally Posted by Mannix View Post
Nice casual outfit, and perfect pant length IMO.
Thank you - my tailor and I often argue this very point length....with different shoes it varies amazingly
post #3229 of 37077
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Originally Posted by artoftime View Post
Wallace

Those have to be my favorite JL double monks. I have the William and the Chapel but like yours better.
post #3230 of 37077
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
The Dawg, srivats, and you should come over to my place for a beer, and we'll sort this all out.

Only one beer?
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Originally Posted by EBugatti View Post
You know, I understand it has gotta stink being stuck on the East Coast these days... that's why everyone's so testy...

I guess not everyone's writing this beachside in sunny australia while a gorgeous blonde is putting some sunscreen on my shoulders... sigh...

Shooman's a blonde?
post #3232 of 37077
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Originally Posted by Holdfast View Post
You look seriously pissed off.

BTW, you probably get this a lot, but at least in that photo you look the spitting image of that guy from My Family & the BT ads. Better dressed, mind you.



Levi's look too tight but I really like that sweatervest. Is that the H&M item from your brand list?



The jacket could probably be taken in at the waist a touch too. The car coat is cool.



Real swell, gangster chic.

Well worth a requote.



The suit & tie are made for each other; excellent combo choice.



Prorsum has some fab outerwear.



Very nice. We got some light snow too, but thankfully nothing settled.










Love the shirt looking to have one made since I can't find the right shade or purple and sized checks in a french cuff spread color.
post #3233 of 37077
stepped away for a few minutes and a cat-fight erupted. It's only clothing folks
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been a bit busy today, looks like I missed some drama. i'll have to catch up... ohh wait im not in HS anymore never-mind. From the snowed in sat. Today.
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Originally Posted by mjHession View Post
been a bit busy today, looks like I missed some drama. i'll have to catch up... ohh wait im not in HS anymore never-mind.
Wellp, there you have it. It's all fun and games until MJ posts a picture of his nuts.
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Hello from Los Angeles! This is my first post...
Jacket, tie, and shirt: BB
Socks: polo
Shoes: Fratelli Rossetti
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post #3238 of 37077
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Originally Posted by clarinetplayer View Post
Liking very much the double strap monks. Overall, a nice, simple, clean look.
Thank you, sir!
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Originally Posted by vettloffah View Post
RTW by who?

this look is intriguing to me. would like to know where it came from.
It`s Attolini
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Originally Posted by clarinetplayer View Post

Nice color!
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Originally Posted by JPHardy View Post

BBB
Birthday Brunch on the Bosphorus
Super-photo! And Happy Birthday!

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Originally Posted by AlwaysDressed View Post

Great jacket! Zegna?

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Originally Posted by niidawg3 View Post
Windy Monday in teh A:

Lack of Focus:

Sartorialist! Bravo!
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Originally Posted by NOBD View Post
Step 1. Put the scarf on, like this:
Step 2. Pull the top one of the two ends of the scarf through the loop:
Step 3. Take the other (bottom) end...
Step 4. ... and pull it through under the other end:
Step 5. Put that end back through the loop, under the other end:
Step 6. Ready.
Thanks!
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Originally Posted by TRINI View Post
Here you go:

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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.

Ha! Thank you, Trini. Here's another one:

http://spottedbynormanncopenhagen.co...-perfect-knot/


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Originally Posted by niidawg3 View Post
thanks for the instructions NOBD ... i'll try it out later.

You're welcome, nii. I'm expecting a picture.
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