Allow me to make a list of all suggestions for you so far, Mr Stanley van Buren:
0. Keep the beard
1. Make head bigger
2. Choose smaller shoes and...
3. Make feet smaller
4. Make cuffs smaller and...
5. Make wrists smaller
6. Avoid bottom heaviness (!?)
I just have a few more, minor points for you Stanley van Buren:
7. Make torso/core longer
8. Make thighs slightly shorter
9. Make shoulders broader
Would have been better if you were seated (or even better, lying) in front of the mural, would have fit in better with the mural. Where/what is that mural?
i meant the symphony was, all about strolling through nature, like a peasant on a walk. but anyway, as i said i'm undecided. they worked well, fun weekend pants, but that's about it...
i should tell you about the feast of a platter we dined on later in the evening, full of meats and spices and veggies and rices all from the Levant, served by their fairest colored fées
I got the complete opposite.
The jacket (which was fantastic with the scarf) gave me a 19th-century English officer (around lieutenant or captain) on leave from duty in one of the colonies. One of those priviledged background dudes who spends his youth in the service to gather leadership and drinking skills. sorta churchill.
miran and other haters, you may be glad I've come to a conclusion: problem is utility, I can't own something I don't wear and these will be tricky to re-sell. I rather live with the regret of not owning them than live in guilt of not wearing what I own. The musical chairs must come to and end and novelty alone doesn't guarantee a seat.