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post #2236 of 12847
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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post
I'd tame the square, yes. But otherwise, the outfit is awesome.

For me, the points of the square echo the tense knot of the tie and provide an interesting counterpoint to the soft jacket shoulders and gentle shirt collar.

I also like the use of fairly autumnal, warm colours within a summer outfit.
post #2237 of 12847
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Originally Posted by Holdfast View Post
For me, the points of the square echo the tense knot of the tie and provide an interesting counterpoint to the soft jacket shoulders and gentle shirt collar.

I also like the use of fairly autumnal, warm colours within a summer outfit.

Autumnal colors are the best colors and therefore suitable for the entire year .
post #2238 of 12847
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Originally Posted by potemkin_city_limits View Post
This is exactly how stupid you would look if you dressed like Thom Brown in real life situations..


I will save this gem for those days when I doubt that I do not look my best. Thank you.
post #2239 of 12847
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Originally Posted by MarcInDentonTx View Post
I will save this gem for those days when I doubt that I do not look my best. Thank you.

And a gem it is. Absolutely priceless - what a doofus.
post #2240 of 12847
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Originally Posted by Holdfast View Post
For me, the points of the square echo the tense knot of the tie and provide an interesting counterpoint to the soft jacket shoulders and gentle shirt collar.

I also like the use of fairly autumnal, warm colours within a summer outfit.

Your description sounds like the copy in a wine review.
post #2241 of 12847
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post #2242 of 12847
^ I will take off my dick-head hat, so instead of giving critique on their clothing, I will just say that they look like a really happy, well matched couple. +1.
post #2243 of 12847
Free bag in the back, a nice one too.
post #2244 of 12847
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Originally Posted by onix View Post
^ I will take off my dick-head hat, so instead of giving critique on their clothing, I will just say that they look like a really happy, well matched coupon. +1.



Because happiness is better than looking good.
post #2245 of 12847
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Originally Posted by aj_del View Post

I bet all her friends talk about how well dressed her boyfriend/husband is. They probably make comments to their own boyfriends/husbands in the hopes they will start dressing more like this guy. Odd how that works.
post #2246 of 12847
Thread Starter 
^^ I believe they are siblings
post #2247 of 12847
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Originally Posted by aj_del View Post
^^ I believe they are siblings

Either way, her friends tell their boyfriends they should dress like this guy because he is "so stylish" when in reality hes just another guy who took one small step above sweatpants and a wifebeater.
post #2248 of 12847
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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post
there is a member here that does not like prominent veins.

That's what she said?
post #2249 of 12847
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Originally Posted by barims View Post
If nothing else, the pattern is rather nice. Where is it from?



Brooks Brothers Black Fleece from this past S/S. There were a handful of nice wide stripe oxford shirts.

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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post
This shirt is horrible, not only does it fit him poorly, it looks like he bought it at Express.

Not sure how much you can tell about fit from those pictures. Anyway, \\/

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Originally Posted by comrade View Post
De gustubus..., etc.

From Mister Mort

post #2250 of 12847
^ Thank you

I recently wrote a little about this man, Baron Clifford Von Klenk, and was pleasantly surprised to see him participate in Advanced Style's recent London tour:

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