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Originally Posted by MBreinin View Post
This woke me up. I wonder how the PC police are going to handle this one.

The term mulatto (mulato in Portuguese) does not carry a racist connotation and is used along with other terms like moreno, light-moreno and dark-moreno. These focus more on the skin color than on the ethnicity, although they can refer to hair color alone - e.g. "light-moreno" would be "caucasian brunette". Such terms are also used for other multiracial people in Brazil, and they are the popular terms for the pardo skin color used on the 2000 official census.
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Nice save Moo
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Damn late for the contest, but what the heck. I´m posting the shizzle anyway...



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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post
pretty sure ed is a mulato
I don't think we're using this term in the 21st century. Not trying to be the PC police but how about you try 'biracial' next time, it may save you some frowns. (just read your response up there - you could make the same case for the word 'negro' which was once a polite term but I bet wouldn't win you many friends either. Like I said, not trying to be the PC police but be cautious where you use such terms).
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Places to be early this morning. Still need to work on taking even semi-decent pictures.
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I like this.
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Originally Posted by Ianiceman View Post
I don't think we're using this term in the 21st century. Not trying to be the PC police but how about you try 'biracial' next time, it may save you some frowns.

(just read your response up there - you could make the same case for the word 'negro' which was once a polite term but I bet wouldn't win you many friends either. Like I said, not trying to be the PC police but be cautious where you use such terms).

How 'bout just "brown"?
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Another great fit.
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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post
thanks, I used to wear one but don't really anymore with patterned coats
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Originally Posted by gnatty8 View Post
Tell me more about this one..
It is a little bit too small for me now unfortunately...
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Originally Posted by Manton View Post
Since it is nostalgia week on Style Forum. Clothing from the paleolithic era.

That is one loooooooooooong looking jacket.

Lovely shoulder though.
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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post
thanks, I used to wear one




Hah! That looks like the shirting I am looking for!
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^ you want 'gun-club' shirting?

-TTO
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Originally Posted by Sotiris View Post
I'm not trying to be defensive, but just trying to learn - do any of these shots make any difference?
There's a somewhat tangential point I want to make here about photos of outfit in this thread or in general. - A nicely-fitting suit should look like it fits in all angles and poses, not just the poses you select for posting on here. - Even a nicely-fitting suit will wrinkle, crumple and adopt strange angles that you're not used to seeing when in some poses. This doesn't mean it fits badly. People move around, and part of what makes for a nicely-fitting suit is that it looks good when in motion, with the natural wrinkles and odd fabric kinks/angles that goes along with that. - What you need to figure out is what a nicely fitting should look like in different positions/lighting/etc (at least in terms of a conventional definition of good fit). It's relatively easy to lock into what makes a suit look good when staring directly from the front, because that's what we commonly see in the mirror. You just need to get used to figuring out how you like clothes to look from other angles. That's why you didn't notice the problems before. - Your suit looks OK in some photos but not in others, and some of the poses will make even a nicely-fitting suit not look but, the important point is that it deviates even from that "acceptable range of not looking good" in some pics. I'm probably not explaining this well, because I'm feeling too lazy to break the above logic down into its true elements, but hopefully you get my drift.
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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post
I'm looking for some feedback on the fit of this suit. Seeing it in this picture, it looks different than it does in the mirror.
Bingo. Part of it will be photo angle, sure, but if you also tie that observation into what I wrote above to Sotiris, you might figure out what else would improve the look. It's a perfectly acceptable look in a general public sense of course, but it could be so much better, and if you're reading SF you probably have your sights set higher.
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Originally Posted by NOBD View Post
It would be interesting to see more examples (which I can't provide myself, since I don't think I own any other lilac stuff).
I think I'll experiment at some point over the weekend, laying out a few different combos and seeing what clicks. I really enjoy colour-play, so it's always fun to play with new combinations.
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Originally Posted by HalfCanvas View Post
<to Nii>At best this analysis is out of touch. At worst it is wrong.
I know others have already commented on this statement, but it really is unhelpful. It has nothing to do with the cost of the outfit, but everything to do taking a passable, generally-acceptable, look and pointing out the difference between that and an outfit that works on another level. There are quite a few nice things about sugarbutch's outfit, but that doesn't contradict Nii's comments. Nii has a lot more patience than I do, in writing all that advice out. My natural preference to let people notice those kind of things for themselves over time through gradual osmosis/observation rather than providing a didactic prescription, but Niii wasn't wrong in the essence of his advice. There is a big difference between acknowledge the good parts of an outfit and keeping largely silent on some of the rest (my usual MO, done partly from a position of laziness), and actively praising the sub-optimal parts!
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Originally Posted by NewYorkRanger View Post
Fair Isle type sweaters are really growing on me. Very nice.
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Originally Posted by Manton View Post
Since it is nostalgia week on Style Forum. Clothing from the paleolithic era.
And photo from the Mesolithic. I like the lapel shape a lot. They add a nice bit of extra visual interest which your relatively narrow and long frame benefits from, especially given your preference for soft shoulder. DB suits you, too.
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Originally Posted by Phat Guido View Post
Spectacular photo. Can't see the clothes, really, mind. But spectacular photo.
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Originally Posted by barims View Post
Pure Style.
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Originally Posted by gnatty8 View Post
That's a swell coat Ed, wish you would take better fuckin' pictures..
Funny, I was thinking the photo was better! Yep, another wonderful pattern. I think it makes sense to skip a square, at least some of the time, when having such busy jackets. That's not to say that the ideal square for the look doesn't exist and may enhance the overall outfit, but the chances of actually possessing said square (even for someone like Ed with his own clothing line!) are going to start dropping as the complexity of patterns in the look increases.
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Originally Posted by ndw View Post
Soft shoulders are not my personal choice, but that is a very, very nice example of a well-fitting one. Good.
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Originally Posted by Mr. Claymore View Post
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Your looks are always extraordinarily accessorised and coordinated.
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Originally Posted by gnatty8 View Post
Nothing like grubby khakis to ruin a perfectly good SC
It is a great jacket! No comment re: the khakis.
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Originally Posted by spoozy View Post
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Colours and concept seems basically sound, but I can't tell anything about execution or fit.
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Originally Posted by IST66 View Post
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I love the tie, but perhaps not for this look, which seems to want a smaller scale pattern for the outfit perhaps. Final thought: the above is a lot more commentary than I usually write. Frankly, I read back parts of it and it seems very patronising, which is not my intent. I do not generally like to adopt that tone here, because I don't consider myself as a particularly exceptional dresser so making teaching points seems presumptious. I do enjoy playing with colours a lot, but there is still a lot to criticise in terms of fit/shape/item-choice in my own looks, so I hope the above doesn't come across as my trying to be what I am not.
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