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You're lucky. I always feel tired and anxious.
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You're lucky. I always feel tired and anxious.

It'll be better in December, around Christmas time.
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It'll be better in December, around Christmas time.

Don't remind me, it's stressing me out.
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Don't remind me, it's stressing me out.

lol8[1].gif You have a long time to prepare!
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So, wearing an ill-fitting shirt and buttoning the top button makes it good? If the top button were unbuttoned, I assume you'd just look like a regular guy with an ill-fitting shirt, though. Am I understanding this correctly?

You're not really getting the cool-factor:yard-fence-style ratio.

I'll help you out by noting that the Antwerp 6 really dig latticework on fencing.

Many of the cutting-edge recent SW&D fits being cross-posted in this thread to challenge the geriatrics (like you, for example) are emerging from suburbia.

I find this to be an exciting development and will be monitoring this thread closely.

The atmosphere is charged with possibility, just like Swingin' London, or when the mongol hordes introduced trousers by force at the margins of Europe.
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I'll help you out by noting that the Antwerp 6 really dig latticework on fencing.

in case MC is wondering....

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antwerp_Six
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in case MC is wondering....
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antwerp_Six

Tintin also comes from Belgium.
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in case MC is wondering....
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antwerp_Six


Thanks for that.

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or when the mongol hordes introduced trousers by force at the margins of Europe.

Too bad about the typhoons; if not for them, we'd be wearing japanese denim starting from the 13th century.
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Too bad about the typhoons; if not for them, we'd be wearing japanese denim starting from the 13th century.

Imagine the sick fades on 800 year old unwashed raw japanese denim...
 

 

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Imagine the sick fades on 800 year old unwashed raw japanese denim...

 

Or, even better, soaked in the blood of Polish aristocracy.
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I don't have any way of taking decent pictures, so here's a Mac Photobooth shot just to remind people I do actually wear clothes half-decently (and no more...) and don't just post alternately verbose and gnomic comments...

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FWIW, the jacket is a lightweight Aquascutum wool / silk mix, shirt is textured white CT Black Label, tie is Caruso, vest is cheap navy J-Crew (and was rapidly discarded as it got quite warm today), and the PS is a printed Japanese cotton square. Not shown: forest green cords, dark brown socks and Moreschi two-tone brown peccary-calf shoes...

I agree, you are looking half decent, in actual fact very decent, appears to be a very nice outfit.

I think you judge yourself unnecessarily severely with your words, without need IMHO.

I also think i would like to see a lot more of your 'half-decent' outfits done specially on your Mac Photobooth

There is something crinkly going on with your shirt behind your tie knot, but i think that can be easily fixed
by buttoning up your top button and cinching your tie a bit tighter, specially if you going to take Photobooth pics
looking down at you from above.

Frustrated negativity :-

I don't have any.................................The picture looks fine to me.

half-decently (and no more...)..........Well i think you look quite good in the clothes, however a mere glimmer of a smile
would help relieve the tension and probably clear the 'dark clouds' or frown from your forehead. nod[1].gif

don't just post...................................I think you SHOULD ACTUALLY 'just post....' A LOT MORE OFTEN

FWIW the jacket...............................Here again I think it is a fine jacket that looks good on you.

cheap navy vest...............................The price of your vest is not at all important - so don't put it down and then
follow up with words like 'rapidly discarded', there really is nothing to be embarrassed about that needs rapid discarding, at all.

IMO this is intended as a compliment IRO your half-decent clothing, and a wake-up call IRO your negativity. satisfied.gif
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in case MC is wondering....
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antwerp_Six

did not click link. your avatar is mesmerizing.
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Originally Posted by acecow View Post

So, wearing an ill-fitting shirt and buttoning the top button makes it good? If the top button were unbuttoned, I assume you'd just look like a regular guy with an ill-fitting shirt, though. Am I understanding this correctly?

It fits in with a lifestyle of fancy restaurants, salsa dancing, classical music, expensive cars, and beautiful, docile women. That's all you need to know.

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It fits in with a lifestyle of fancy restaurants, salsa dancing, classical music, expensive cars, and beautiful, docile women. That's all you need to know.
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Oh, weird that I never ran into him or anyone dressed like him. You still failed to answer my question though. I really want to know what so good about his outfits. No flaming or arguing, just your opinion about what makes it good.
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