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post #2746 of 12849
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Very nice. But I think that's the wrong kind of shirt.

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I actually like this. Great accessories but just way too much when worn all at once.
post #2747 of 12849
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I think this is great. Anyone know what fabric the suit is made from? Looks like the notorious North By Northwest suit.
post #2748 of 12849
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This was looking reasonable until the footwear
post #2749 of 12849
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Originally Posted by Some consulting guy View Post
This was looking reasonable until the footwear


Hmmm, the popped collar and application on the jacket killed it before that imo.
post #2750 of 12849
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The red pants were the kiss of death for me
post #2751 of 12849
^the problem with those red pants is that they are not fitted enough.

notice the extra fabric around the left thigh, and the billowing amount around the calf.
post #2752 of 12849
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^^ You think these would look better
post #2753 of 12849
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I seriously thought that this was our respected and senior member RSS


Interesting way of aligning the stripes on the lapel: they match with the collar, but intersect the lapel line. It may actually work with narrow stripes.
post #2754 of 12849
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I think this is great. Anyone know what fabric the suit is made from? Looks like the notorious North By Northwest suit.

isn't that a very common cloth, pick & pick?
post #2755 of 12849
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^^ You think these would look better

Still too loose.

This is the only solution.
post #2756 of 12849
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Interesting way of aligning the stripes on the lapel: they match with the collar, but intersect the lapel line. It may actually work with narrow stripes.
Gay Talese is one fastidious dude. When he goes to his tailor, he knows what he wants and he gets it.
post #2757 of 12849
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I said this last time, but I seriously didnt realize how short Scott is. Wow.





Natural born coal miner.

Luckily for him England ran out of the stuff and he could devote his life to stalking.
post #2758 of 12849
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Natural born coal miner.

Luckily for him England ran out of the stuff and he could devote his life to stalking.

So he's a sparkplug shaped guy.

So what?

Everyone has a body and somehow has to clothe it.
post #2759 of 12849
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What brand of sunnies are these?

Not sure, but they look like Moscot Lemtosh

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So he's a sparkplug shaped guy.

So what?

Everyone has a body and somehow has to clothe it.

It goes beyond his natural proportions.
post #2760 of 12849
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