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post #121 of 497
Thom Browne
post #122 of 497
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Originally Posted by dshin View Post
[D]ouble monks just doesn't look right to me:

reminds me of double velcro shoes I used to wear as a kid.
Fortunately some of us are too old to remember these double velcro shoes. You may leave the double monks to the older -- and better -- dressers.
post #123 of 497
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Originally Posted by RSS View Post
You may leave the double monks to the older dressers.

Gladly.

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Originally Posted by RSS View Post
older -- and better -- dressers.

Everything in this world is relative.
post #124 of 497
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Originally Posted by jrd617 View Post
"Loud" suiting fabric (gun club check, prince of wales, tartan, etc.)
Anything double breasted
Paisley ties
Navy blue shoes
Cheer up, milquetoast.

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Originally Posted by Contango View Post
Red pants.
Checked suits and jackets.


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Originally Posted by bleachboy View Post
The four-in-hand.
Get out.

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Originally Posted by SkinnyGoomba View Post
Fun socks
As in loudly patterned AND loudly coloured? Unless you only mean that, then

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Originally Posted by AntiHero84 View Post
The necessity of a pocket square

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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post
I'm moving away from chiseled lasts and I think the forum's fascination with overly beveled waists and high, angled heels is rather feminine, if not downright ugly.

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Originally Posted by Xiaogou View Post
White trousers/jeans

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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post
Odd jackets.
post #125 of 497
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Originally Posted by inter71 View Post
Really think to get navy blue shoes....

I never wear navy suits with black shoes....

Only great navy blue inspired patinas...
post #126 of 497
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Originally Posted by dshin View Post
Everything in this world is relative.
I am beyond being merely relative.
post #127 of 497
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Originally Posted by SkinnyGoomba View Post

Bracelets, you a-holes finally talked me out of bracelets and now everyone is wearing them

You're a goomba, you should be wearing a bracelet anyway
post #128 of 497
While I have a fair share of side vented suits/jackets since that's the norm, I actually find center vents more flattering.
post #129 of 497
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Originally Posted by Fraiche View Post
While I have a fair share of side vented suits/jackets since that's the norm, I actually find center vents more flattering.

I feel exactly the same way.
post #130 of 497
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Originally Posted by dunga View Post
Thom Browne
I've never offered my approval.
post #131 of 497
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Originally Posted by MarcDominic View Post
You're a goomba, you should be wearing a bracelet anyway

Forgettaboutit
post #132 of 497
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Originally Posted by Fraiche View Post
While I have a fair share of side vented suits/jackets since that's the norm, I actually find center vents more flattering.

I agree 100%
post #133 of 497
* Wing tips (There is something clunky and inelegant about them)
* 95% of all brogues (especially in combination with the above)
* Trench coats (I find them cluttered, and their origin in the WW1 trenches is offputting)
post #134 of 497
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Originally Posted by SkinnyGoomba View Post
Forgettaboutit

SG, reading that just made me think of Mickey Blue Eyes...are you an Englishman dying to be Italian American!

Fughedaboudit.
post #135 of 497
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Originally Posted by Ivar View Post
* Trench coats (I find them cluttered, and their origin in the WW1 trenches is offputting)
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