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did you cut your sleeves off??

They came that way, I think it's fashion. It's actually great for washing the dishes, which is literally why I bought it in the first place. I hate cuffs for anything I wear around the home
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dishy i like this fit i'm sorry you posted it right after parker.
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You bought a geller sweater for washing the dishes? Incredible. 

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As a child of the 70s I truly hate flares but that Parker fit is so so good. I think it's the clean lines and overall minimalism. It's up there with those other San Francisco badasses Harry Callahan and Frank Bullitt. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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^ Agreed. I'm getting a 70's vibe from it too, but having lived through them, they were never this cool satisfied.gif
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Parker's fit makes me want to try flared pants again. (Nicer ones, obviously.)
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parkers fit is one of the most awesome fits across SF that i have seen since i joined.
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re: thumbs. teh battle is on between parker and deniro, and as a matter of fact, SVBs classic has garnered a few more thumbs from all this.

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Originally Posted by StanleyVanBuren View Post

There have been several fits that I've personally thought ought to have knocked me out of the top spot. So far, none have. So I'm not feeling the heat necessarily, but I definitely want to encourage the competition because I think the whole forum wins when people put up these amazingly good fits. And an amazingly good fit deserves to, sooner or later, take the top spot from what was admittedly a tongue-in-cheek fit that was more about the creativity of the composition than the clothes themselves. I'd be glad to congratulate Parker if he pulls it off.

SVB, Are you sure you're really an ESQ? This comment is so nice, humble, classy, and refined, it calls your qualifications into question.
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"SON OF A BITCH"

OK, Now I believe you.
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Stitches... wasn't feeling those shoes at first but the close-ups changed my mind.

 

They're still overshadowed by your daughter's boots :nodding: 

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WELCOME TO FLAVORTOWN

 

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Stitches... wasn't feeling those shoes at first but the close-ups changed my mind.
They're still overshadowed by your daughter's boots nod%5B1%5D.gif 

glad you saw the light. smile.gif

well obvi.

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4est that is great. you need to keep that hair.
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needs fat suit.
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haha I planned on wearing some puffy clothing underneath like a down vest with the collar folded inside itself, but the shirt I ended up settling on happened to be a size small so I just rolled with it.  It was a mad scramble yesterday to put this together in the hours after work before the party I had to go to since I had extremely short notice I would be going out at all

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Nice Rachel Ray costume!

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