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Originally Posted by dopey View Post

Vox made a threak just for you.

If there is one thing clear with Vox it is that he only makes threads for himself.

I bet the thread had:

-long sentences about how some men (himhimhim!!) learned dressing from their daddies and still do it for social purposes, not just for a job like you losers who are lost in the complex world of men's dressing.
-advice on degrees of formality and how people here are fucking it up (the peasant fucks!)
-pictures of himself and the 2-3 individuals he finds worthy, who happen to have had daddies who did show them how to wear a fucking tie (not losers).
-David Haselhoff references, just because...

The thread probably went into overdrive of RSS joined in and promptly referenced his enormous wardrobe and vast wealth, his lack of television and knowledge of today's distasteful pop-culture, his three nationalities (swiss, english, american-amiright) and then concluded with a few inuendos about his sexuality.

The rest of MC just slobbered all over the dicks of their masters, glad for yet another juicy mouthful.

That's my take on their posting and I like both of the guys, dunno what i'd think if I didn't have those rose-coloured blinders of e-friendship but I bet it would be scathing.
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There were photographs of more than three individuals.
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I had a pink bengal stripe picked out today but I noticed a big stain on the top of the placket...so I went with my solid pink shirt that has sadly shrunken in the sleeves, I need to replace it. Tie is one of my oldest, but I still like it for spring.

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Originally Posted by dopey View Post

By Friday suit do you mean wearable-in-the-City-but-for-commuting-to-the-country? Now that is anachronism.

Yes, but I'm not sure it quite rises to wearable-in-the-City although this is an academic town. Meeting in the city. Dinner in the country.
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Originally Posted by F. Corbera View Post

There were photographs of more than three individuals.

That's right there were three individuals and one of me.
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Originally Posted by KingJulien View Post


I actually was only on a 15-minute break so I didn't really do any cherry-picking at all other than to skip over the ones that Moo posted.  Those are all from the first large post within that Hall of Fame thread, which is actually pretty expansive.  Really, I'd recommend you guys just go flip through a few pages for yourself, there are fits from sufu and SZ and probably a few other places but it's largely sw&d or at least within that aesthetic.

I've looked through it in the past.
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post

If there is one thing clear with Vox it is that he only makes threads for himself.
I bet the thread had:
-long sentences about how some men (himhimhim!!) learned dressing from their daddies and still do it for social purposes, not just for a job like you losers who are lost in the complex world of men's dressing.
-advice on degrees of formality and how people here are fucking it up (the peasant fucks!)
-pictures of himself and the 2-3 individuals he finds worthy, who happen to have had daddies who did show them how to wear a fucking tie (not losers).
-David Haselhoff references, just because...
The thread probably went into overdrive of RSS joined in and promptly referenced his enormous wardrobe and vast wealth, his lack of television and knowledge of today's distasteful pop-culture, his three nationalities (swiss, english, american-amiright) and then concluded with a few inuendos about his sexuality.
The rest of MC just slobbered all over the dicks of their masters, glad for yet another juicy mouthful.
That's my take on their posting and I like both of the guys, dunno what i'd think if I didn't have those rose-coloured blinders of e-friendship but I bet it would be scathing.

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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

I'm a bridge builder, man. I encourage people to look across the aisle and develop their own taste and ideas based on what they see. Some may fall in love with the heritage/retro look that MoK or zissou sport, others may get into "baller" knitwear, others may develop an interest in a well-fitting leather jacket, some may upgrade their weekend sneakers... I dunno. I found a lot of great things and looks that I like to wear on weekends there. I couldn't say the same thing about casual fits in MC.

You are a man of peace. fistbump.gif


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Originally Posted by bourbonbasted View Post

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I thought that the SF 10th was in May.

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Edited by F. Corbera - 3/20/12 at 1:35pm
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That turned real ugly and homoerotic pretty quickly....

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Originally Posted by EMartNJ View Post

That turned real ugly and homoerotic pretty quickly....

There still isn't a Hitler reference, so we can be hopeful.
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

Why don't the mods do that? Have a WAYWRN where only certain people can post and discuss. Fuck the 99%, let em' whine.
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Alrite, [insert fascist/communist dictator]!

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Originally Posted by F. Corbera View Post

There still isn't a Hitler reference, so we can be hopeful.

 

Close enough?
 

 

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Originally Posted by F. Corbera View Post

There still isn't a Hitler reference, so we can be hopeful.

Two birds, one stone?

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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post

Thanks. BTW military jackets illustrate my last answer to you perfectly; they were designed as utilitarian clothing, the idea was solving a specific situation in a specific environment (designing to precise specs vs design as a creative solution to today's living).
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