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post #136 of 497
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Lobbs

Don't go there...

Which one?
post #137 of 497
Loafers. I HATE loafers.
post #138 of 497
I partly agree about the wholecuts. In (dark) suede, or with some brogueing on the toe, they can look OK. However the plain leather models in the pictures make me think of some eyeless, cave-dwelling abomination.

I do, however, absolutely love double monks. But the again, I have never, ever worn velcro shoes.
post #139 of 497
Ridiculous gimmicks such as
-felt flowers;
-bracelets;
-fun socks.

I also do not like flat front trousers.
post #140 of 497
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Ridiculous gimmicks such as
-felt flowers;
-bracelets;
-fun socks.

I also do not like flat front trousers.

Flat front trousers are just an abomination...

Bracelets on a man over 25?

Do not start me on that one...
post #141 of 497
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Flat front trousers are just an abomination...

Bracelets on a man over 25?

Do not start me on that one...

post #142 of 497
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Flat front trousers are just an abomination.
+1

I have just one pair of flat front trousers ... and for the life of me I don't know why I got them that way.
post #143 of 497
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+1 I have just one pair of flat front trousers ... and for the life of me I don't know why I got them that way.
Look good on young, slim men, 'specially Mohair. Most of my pants are flat fronted...
post #144 of 497
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Look good on young, slim men, 'specially Mohair.

Most of my pants are flat fronted...
Do I know you?
post #145 of 497
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Originally Posted by George View Post
Look good on young, slim men, 'specially Mohair.

Most of my pants are flat fronted...

Northerner...
post #146 of 497
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Do I know you?
...do you, want to know me?
post #147 of 497
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Northerner...
That's right, non of that southern shandy drinking shite for this northern boy. Oh, and it ain't grim up north, well not in Cheshire anyway.
post #148 of 497
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...do you, want to know me?
Biblically? Remember ... I did go to English public school for a while.
post #149 of 497
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Biblically? Remember ... I did go to English public school for a while.
Good to see that you survived it.
post #150 of 497
I've fallen victim to some of these but such is life:

- Rolled up raw denim in excess of 2 inches

- Fake shoe or briefcase patina

- Lapel flowers or other trinkets

- Vox

- Hong Kong tailors

- Unnecessarily large shirt buttons

- Laceless dress shoes that aren't single or double monks

- Single breasted peak lapel jackets other than the black tie variety

- Hats, of any kind

- Shell cordovan wingtips

- Shoes that cost over $2,000

- Spread BD shirts (yes I'm talking about you gdl)

- Solid coloured silk pocket squares other than cream or white

- "Bond" style turn back dress shirt cuffs
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