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Originally Posted by MalfordOfLondon View Post
^^Is that a TF?

Digging the scarf - what's the details on that?

I'm pretty disappointed by the lack of an alpha kangaroo if I'm being brutally honest.

Edit: Just seen your breakdown

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Originally Posted by NOBD View Post
Nice pic of SpooGirl. How old is she, Spoo?

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Originally Posted by aeglus View Post
That's a cute kid Spoo (also your suit and shoes are sorta ok I suppose, not jealous or anything).

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^^ Spoo is pulling a JPHardy ....

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*Daddy, what's Narcissus mean?* (Just totally joshin', Spoo. Great little one! You're a lucky man.)

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See UC comment above!

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SpooPoker
[/b]- Very Elegant 3-piece suit and look! Really nice scarve also!
However I'm not quite sure about the mix of pink in the tie and what seems to be the purple in the shirt.

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Originally Posted by Holdfast View Post
Cool stuff.

And the presence of verifiable offspring in the background provides just enough virility to cancel out the teapot pose.


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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post
Excellent. Just excellent. Love the peak lapels.

Reminds me that I need to drink less beer so that I can regain my natural waist suppression...

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Originally Posted by Jamesgatz View Post

This is Spoo at his best.

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Are you singing the Little Teapot song for Little Miss Spoo in this shot? And if so, did you pay bb for the rights?

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Originally Posted by MrDaniels View Post
Holy Buckets Spoo...what was the occasion? I am guessing you knocked them dead

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Spoo-meister - Your accessories, dazzling as they are (and they are dazzling, one and all), pale beside little Mlle Spoo-ette.

I am also jealous that your waist suppression and Tom Ford's are the same - I once tried on one of his jackets - shoulders were fine, waist was such that corsets would need to return to fashion for me to wear it. Arghhhh.

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Originally Posted by MarcInDentonTx View Post
Awesome look... and your young lady is a knockout.. what a cutie!

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Originally Posted by audiophilia View Post
Just awesome, Spoo. Your daughter is gorgeous. She has that hither come stare that says. 'Dad, please tell Mr Ford to place an appropriate lapel with the singe breast' Thx.



One of your best, mate. And a lovely family.

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Originally Posted by UrbanComposition View Post
Nice colors

BabySpoo and I thank you gents for your kind words!

NOBD - 20 months. Wasnt that about how old your was when you made that jacket for yours?
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Work:


Night:
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Too muggy to wear the jacket out.
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Originally Posted by UrbanComposition View Post
Pattern clashing...

You photograph like a movie star UC.
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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post
I like this collar. I've been contemplating the cutaway, and I think I just might the next time I order shirts.

What type of collar is this? Very nice. Btw, love the outfit with the glen plaid. Inspired.

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Originally Posted by MrDaniels View Post
Holy Buckets Spoo...what was the occasion? I am guessing you knocked them dead

Spoo is honestly the best dressed man I've ever seen. The guy kills it.
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post
NOBD - 20 months. Wasnt that about how old your was when you made that jacket for yours?

(You still count in months?) A bit older: she was 2,5 years when I made the pics of the jacket. She'll be going to school in three months...
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@Crusty:



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True, it´s way more important to do what you like than always lusting for sf-approval.

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Me likey!

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Nice colourplay, son!

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I didn´t understand a single word on the camera-thing, but that illustrates the main pictorial issues here: if you are a great dresser, good pictures even enhance your appearance. As Dawg once put it: one´s looks can be made looking far better if the camera settings are perfect.

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Originally Posted by NORE View Post
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So many choices...could it be me, then?

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Nice, classic combo. The ps is particularly attention-grabbing
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post
Found a pic from NY... wifey is ~4 months pregnant in this one.


So casually regal. Sporty and elegant! I love it!
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Getting some late night use out of a new jacket and shirt on the streets of Tokyo. Out of sight are a pair of brown Ralph Lauren moleskin trousers and Alden Indys in calf.
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@Crusty:



So many choices...could it be me, then?

So sorry to disappoint you Spoozy, but it seems that it is I who is NORE's particular bete noire. You're off the hook.
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Awkward pose Thursday:









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Originally Posted by k4lnamja View Post
Spoo is honestly the best dressed man I've ever seen. The guy kills it.



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Originally Posted by NOBD View Post
(You still count in months?) A bit older: she was 2,5 years when I made the pics of the jacket. She'll be going to school in three months...

I hate counting in months. Never liked it. That was just easier than typing one year and eight months. My wife used weeks into 30-something weeks. Pissed me off so bad.

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Originally Posted by MalfordOfLondon View Post
Awkward pose Thursday:

Looking good, Stephen. I like that SC.
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post
I hate counting in months. Never liked it. That was just easier than typing one year and eight months. My wife used weeks into 30-something weeks. Pissed me off so bad.

I try to only use "x years", "a bit older than x years", "x and a half years" and "almost x years". I get more specific (or round down) when I need to brag about something she can do at her age.
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Originally Posted by MalfordOfLondon View Post
Awkward pose Thursday:
again another nice combo Malford, tell me about the shoes?
P.S. get some more 42L suits up for sale at MoL...I had to post on my blog my lust for that ace check Gieves & Hawkes DB yesterday, alas it is too small.
-TTO
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Originally Posted by NewYorkRanger View Post
Some rice and beans, a Malaysian dish, Some Polish gnocchi and a few Moroccan dishes today...here's the dessert (appears to be vermicelli, crushed almonds, raisins, cinnamon, and powdered sugar):



Perfect.
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Reverting more to my typical style - more bling, a shinier tie, more elaborate accessorization - an mbreinin nightmare, and the presence of my face alone is alleged to make NORE nauseated. A veritable festival of things from which to pick (or pick at, or pick on).

No matter - as I will be on vacation starting tomorrow, you children will have to play nice in the sandbox without me, until the 28th.

Who knows - some of you might actually like what you see - stranger things have occurred.









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