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I learn something from this thread
Thanks again SF
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Originally Posted by medtech_expat View Post

To pull the pin off another grenade, I'll put out there that her pents are superior in fit and finish to the 5-6 pairs I've had made up by Salvatore...

Disagree, but maybe I just need to tweak the fit of my NSM pents. I find Ambrosi's to be a bit more .... something. Nothing wrong with the NSM pents at all but the Ambrosi's fit me better.
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I wear them at my natural waist, and every time I unbutton my coat, I wait for friends to gawk (yes, they do) about why I have my trousers pulled up so high. Sighs. High-waisted trousers are not a lady-magnet. That much is certain. Well, you can't have your cake and eat it.

Dressing "well" is not a lady magnet, anyways. You want to be a lady magnet, wear a black suit with a black shirt and a black tie. Everything skin-tight, of course. And the pants should sit at your natural thighs, not even at your hips.

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Originally Posted by Concordia View Post

Just tell them that a smaller pair doesn't cover all it should. That's why you have the pleats, also.

That's a good one. Ha.
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Originally Posted by RDiaz View Post

Dressing "well" is not a lady magnet, anyways. You want to be a lady magnet, wear a black suit with a black shirt and a black tie. Everything skin-tight, of course. And the pants should sit at your natural thighs, not even at your hips.

I'm not sure the meth-induced goth girl is whom I have in mind. biggrin.gif
Edited by bboysdontcryy - 3/6/13 at 11:40pm
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Dressing "well" is not a lady magnet, anyways....

I disagree 100%, and I am the undisputed SF creepy-old-man-expert on these things (or at least I am declaring myself so)
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Originally Posted by RDiaz View Post

Dressing "well" is not a lady magnet, anyways. You want to be a lady magnet, wear a black suit with a black shirt and a black tie. Everything skin-tight, of course. And the pants should sit at your natural thighs, not even at your hips.

If its only at your thighs then how are people suppose to see the awesome boxers you are rocking?! I ask my tailors to have my trousers sit at my knees......
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Originally Posted by Big A View Post


I disagree 100%, and I am the undisputed SF creepy-old-man-expert on these things (or at least I am declaring myself so)

I suppose it depends on the lady. I hang out with girls in their late 20's and I can assure you that pants at the waist, braces and plaid jackets are the best of repellants lol8[1].gif

Thankfully I don't wear that on weekends. But for them, suits should be worn "like a modern, young man" and that means what I described previously. That, or one of those Zara low-rise, short-jacket monstrosities.

 

Just to make my point clear, when I say "dressing well" I refer to wearing coat and tie like Grant, Connery, Astaire, etc... did. The "old-fashioned" way.

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An interesting article on trousers rise....:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/magazine/8487106.stm
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Interesting discussion about NSM over the last few pages. Thanks to all the participants.
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Originally Posted by RDiaz View Post

I suppose it depends on the lady. I hang out with girls in their late 20's and I can assure you that pants at the waist, braces and plaid jackets are the best of repellants lol8%5B1%5D.gif
Thankfully I don't wear that on weekends. But for them, suits should be worn "like a modern, young man" and that means what I described previously. That, or one of those Zara low-rise, short-jacket monstrosities.

Just to make my point clear, when I say "dressing well" I refer to wearing coat and tie like Grant, Connery, Astaire, etc... did. The "old-fashioned" way.

Sigh, there is a lot of truth to this baldy[1].gif

Good thing I'm married so I can wear whatever I goddamn well please.

Which usually means SF-approved high-waisted mid-grey trousers, blue shirt, and plaid jacket biggrin.gif
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Let's be real here, fellas. If a man's style of dressing really tipped the scales for women, almost no men would ever get laid.
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Originally Posted by RDiaz View Post

I suppose it depends on the lady. I hang out with girls in their late 20's and I can assure you that pants at the waist, braces and plaid jackets are the best of repellants lol8%5B1%5D.gif . . . .

You are just hanging out with the wrong girls, or they're too old. Around 25 is the sweet spot . . . .

But back to the important stuff: Vox has resolved the issue with this important and informative graphic.

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Not where I live really. The problem is it attracts contrived hipsters thinking I am in a really great costume. They also think I am an interesting artist. I love seeing them become more disinterested as they talk to me.
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That pic is hilarious, A. lol8[1].gif

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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

Not where I live really. The problem is it attracts contrived hipsters thinking I am in a really great costume. They also think I am an interesting artist. I love seeing them become more disinterested as they talk to me.

At what point do you unleash the crotchgrab?
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