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post #7171 of 12982
Even more so because I don't think the guy with the blue headphones is even looking at her. Also this is a big thread and I can't read sarcasm.
post #7172 of 12982
A PS for a shirt?
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post #7173 of 12982
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Originally Posted by chenzhongbi View Post
Benefit of the doubt, maybe it's just a hankerchief he keeps in his shirt pocket and is hidden under his jacket. But then again, on this forum I've seen a pocketsock and a blanketscarf, so nothing really surprises me anymore...
post #7174 of 12982
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Originally Posted by ndw View Post
Love this. Especially the tie and color of the sc.


I believe this is Tajima-san, the MD of L'IDEA group which operate the Strasburgo and Kiton shops in Tokyo. Shame he's not wearing a felt flower.
post #7175 of 12982
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Originally Posted by mth View Post
I believe this is Tajima-san, the MD of L'IDEA group which operate the Strasburgo and Kiton shops in Tokyo. Shame he's not wearing a felt flower.

the gazillion bracelets on his wrist made for it though.
post #7176 of 12982
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It is to wipe his mouth after...
post #7177 of 12982
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Originally Posted by chenzhongbi View Post

I wouldnt doubt that he is wearing a pocket square in his shirt pocket. Ive seen a lot of photos of guys doing that recently. I think it looks kinda stupid though. If you are really that intent on wearing a pocket square all the time, then just wear a jacket. Its ok to leave out a few of the current trends for a day.
post #7178 of 12982
I was drinking coffee the other day and there was this old Italian man sitting on the bench near me and kept talking to me in Italian even though I don't speak it. He was babbling on for like 20 minutes with his hands and all and I was just nodding and smiling. He was probably in his 70's. Anyway, he had a pocket square in his shirt pocket. He pointed to it and then pointed to mine and started laughing. So maybe it isn't a trend, but an old-timey thing.
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I was drinking coffee the other day and there was this old Italian man sitting on the bench near me and kept talking to me in Italian even though I don't speak it. He was babbling on for like 20 minutes with his hands and all and I was just nodding and smiling. He was probably in his 70's. Anyway, he had a pocket square in his shirt pocket. He pointed to it and then pointed to mine and started laughing. So maybe it isn't a trend, but an old-timey thing.

Maybe it's a code.
post #7180 of 12982
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post
I was drinking coffee the other day and there was this old Italian man sitting on the bench near me and kept talking to me in Italian even though I don't speak it. He was babbling on for like 20 minutes with his hands and all and I was just nodding and smiling. He was probably in his 70's. Anyway, he had a pocket square in his shirt pocket. He pointed to it and then pointed to mine and started laughing. So maybe it isn't a trend, but an old-timey thing.

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Originally Posted by Cravate_Noire View Post
Maybe it's a code.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Handkerchief_code
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post #7182 of 12982
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Originally Posted by Cravate_Noire View Post
Maybe it's a code.

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Originally Posted by HORNS View Post

This is the most ridiculous thing I have ever seen.
post #7183 of 12982
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Originally Posted by ndw View Post
Love this. Especially the tie and color of the sc.




I am wearing a SC that exact color today. Used to have a tie just like that too. Now I am bummed I sold it.....

Mike
post #7184 of 12982
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Originally Posted by HORNS View Post

There are so many colours to remember...

One advice to anyone: Avoid bandanas or you will get killed, fisted or worse..
post #7185 of 12982
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post
This is the most ridiculous thing I have ever seen.

That's quite a vociferous rejection of what we said, friend-o.

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