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Originally Posted by Kentishman View Post
That is quite simply bollocks. And that looks like a summer weight scarf to me.

Plus fucking one!
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This scarf nitpicking is even less entertaining than when SW&D was afflicted with it
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My first post in this forum.

Yesterday worn as wedding guest.

Best regards,
Ash
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Somehow, all these clashing colors and patterns come together beautifully. The subtle PS adds just the right touch of dash.

Beads? Are you praying the rosary?
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Hey, Ash - the trousers would look better with cuffs - if possible, have them added. Nice smile, though

My first post in this forum. Yesterday worn as wedding guest.
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Originally Posted by JohnnyCrockett View Post
Linen does not go with jeans, and certainly not with a winter scarf.
You know that.
- congratulations! You are #199 on my ignore list
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Was in Philly last night for an "Anti-bullying" concert - poured the entire time we drove down, dinner with friends, the concert and then drive home was soooo bad -literally couldn't see - storm followed us home to Trenton. Got drenched--but concert was wonderful! Wore tan chinos, black mockturtleneck (it was cold 'n damp yesterday) and black leather jacket, with black n tan scarf. Old pair of black New Balances because I was not wearing anything better in the monsoon, as I knew I would have wet feet at some point.

Now, we're up and headed to church for sing 2 Palm Sunday Services! Wearing sky-blue choir robes - Coming home and doing nothing else for the day. A glass (or 2) of wine and calling it a weekend.

Have a great day everyone.....
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Why doesn't linen go with jeans?
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Originally Posted by aeglus View Post
he read it in some book and let it dictate his life
That's true of most people and their religions, so why shouldn't it apply to clothing, as well?

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- congratulations! You are #199 on my ignore list
You must be a delicate little (felt) flower to need such a large Ignore List, PG. Then again, you probably won't see this comment because I've been on your list ever since I poked fun at your tie clip.

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You must be a delicate little (felt) flower to need such a large Ignore List, PG. Then again, you probably won't see this comment because I've been on your list ever since I poked fun at your tie clip.
- where is the sarcasm font?
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- where is the sarcasm font?

Chortle. Snicker, even.
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Sunday morning client meetings. This is a spectacular failure of patterning. Back to the drawing board.
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Originally Posted by Phat Guido View Post
- where is the sarcasm font?
I think I found one. Let's see if it works.

"Hey, PG! Thanks for answering my PM about your orange tie."

Yep. It works.
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^ oh snap
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Originally Posted by macaroni View Post
Coat: Mazurczak & Trzaska bespoke

Like this. Think you've posted it before, and I said the same then, but it bears repeating!






Dressed a bit more soberly than usual as teaching today:

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Somehow, all these clashing colors and patterns come together beautifully. The subtle PS adds just the right touch of dash.
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