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Originally Posted by CDHagg View Post

Sarcasm much?

I'm convinced you don't know how to identify sarcasm.
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SVB, I'm a fan of matching one half of your body to one street wall, and the other half to the other street wall. You've done really well here by also incorporating a matching car on the correct side of the street.
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Originally Posted by APK View Post
 
I'm convinced you don't know how to identify sarcasm.

 

You're right, maybe I don't.  What is sarcasm, again?  I've heard the term before, but I don't really know what it means.  I also have no idea of how to incorporate it into a sentence/paragraph - I don't know how to be sarcastic myself, since I don't even know what the word means... sorry.shog[1].gif

 

 

@SVB I think the extra length in the pants (the slight wrinkling/stacking/break) improves your look.  fistbump.gif

 

 

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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post
The jacket is Cucinelli.


Mr Moo....are you sure that jacket is Cucinelli?  The reason I ask is I am willing to bet money that jacket--at least the sleeves--are fused...that's not hand-basted Italian (Solomeo) tailoring by a long shot.  I could be wrong, it could have lost its shape from excessive mishandling....regardless of brand, it does look like it's from the 1980s or early 90s...the very boxy style is much longer than today's sleeker and more slim-fitting lines, which is certainly true for Italian tailoring....if it's old, it could have suffered in the hands of fools...I am told some dry-cleaning methods will completely wreck the shape...see how the waist is snug on you, but the shoulders are roomy and "cornered"....that's not Cucinelli's style....

May I ask where you procured it?

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A colourful Saturday after a week of grey suits...

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Cap: Christy's
Coat: Wings & Horn
scarf: Inverallan
shirt: Oliver Spencer
Chinos: Albam
Shoes: Sanders
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fuck yeah, MoK









nitpick on shoes to be a few shades lighter but whatevs
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I keep coming back to this thread thinking "That's the best MoK fit yet" ... over and over. Keep it up, man nod[1].gif
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Originally Posted by UrbanComposition View Post

A week or so of the Jack/Knife jeans being broken in:
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Where did you get them? Looks really cool and, keep them as is. Cuffing them out looks silly IMO.
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mok is like tropical forest on top meets desert road on bottom. definitely terrorist worthy

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Originally Posted by Guus View Post

Where did you get them? Looks really cool and, keep them as is. Cuffing them out looks silly IMO.

Lol, he just said where he got them. Jack/Knife bespoke denim.

http://www.styleforum.net/t/279709/jack-knife-outfitters-bespoke-denim/0_15
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folk x land's end x uniqlo x bass
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I looked at that Folk cardigan at some point, but I feel like the leather strappy things would piss me off.

Do the leather strappy things piss you off?
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no i like them. the only thing that i don't like about the cardigan is that it sheds a lot.
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