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How old are you?

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Did someone mention Hitler?

EMartNJ did, essentially, a page or two back.
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EMartNJ did, essentially, a page or two back.


I would argue that PB brought it on the thread, I just pointed out that he had!

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I do think that there's a high level of failure when MCers go casual and that they should be able to pick up some cues (on silhouette, materials, layering, specific products) by looking at what SW&D does.

I thought about this more, and I think that the Tumblr #menswear tag is better for MC guys interested in clothes beyond orthodoxy.

http://www.tumblr.com/tagged/menswear

It's the sort of thing that didn't exist when the WAYWRN thread was divided in two, and it is far better than either today for a post stream that is updated throughout the day.
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The pants looks wide. I dont know about the hat looks funny. You look young you should dress more hipp then a old man ( will be nicer to dress like this when you are older )

 


 

 

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The pants looks wide. I dont know about the hat looks funny. You look young you should dress more hipp then a old man ( will be nicer to dress like this when you are older )



I will continue to dress like on old man. It started when I was three and it will end when I am dead. wink.gif
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The pants looks wide. I dont know about the hat looks funny. You look young you should dress more hipp then a old man ( will be nicer to dress like this when you are older )
I will continue to dress like on old man. It started when I was three and it will end when I am dead. wink.gif
you look like you walked out of boardwalk empire
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you look like you walked out of boardwalk empire

After being savagely raped by Buscemi.
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After being savagely raped by Buscemi.

Do not watch the show so I do not get the reference...
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Do not watch the show so I do not get the reference...


He's saying you look out of place both in respect to era and your age.

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...that's exactly it. When I see those SW&D "fits" in suburban back lawns or in the homes of parents, it really doesn't work for me.

The MC crowd has its own similar sins arife, of course.

I want to point out that this photo isn't a fair representation of SW&D. It was rightfully mocked by virtually everyone. I think both sides are guilty of plucking some of the more poorly executed outfits from the other side and using it as justification for negative generalizations about how everyone on that side dresses.
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FTFY.
In my little SF advice column, one of the things that I poorly try get across is that it is useful for beginners to examine on what point of the informal/formal spectrum their life lies, and taking cues from that. I feel (without being able to offer convincing evidence) that the current MC crowd might benefit from a toning down of the level of formality in their coat and tie looks.
You, in contrast, have thought about this. More power to you...which takes me to...
...that's exactly it. When I see those SW&D "fits" in suburban back lawns or in the homes of parents, it really doesn't work for me.

The MC crowd has its own similar sins arife, of course.

Has this guy just got tooth ache, or is he a salesman for body encapsulating nylon blankets.
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After being savagely raped by Buscemi.

Do you watch the show? Buscemi has sex with the utmost boredom. He does not know the savage. Tibor, you make it work as you do it with confidence.
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Awfully quiet here today.
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FTFY.
In my little SF advice column, one of the things that I poorly try get across is that it is useful for beginners to examine on what point of the informal/formal spectrum their life lies, and taking cues from that. I feel (without being able to offer convincing evidence) that the current MC crowd might benefit from a toning down of the level of formality in their coat and tie looks.
You, in contrast, have thought about this. More power to you...which takes me to...
...that's exactly it. When I see those SW&D "fits" in suburban back lawns or in the homes of parents, it really doesn't work for me.

The MC crowd has its own similar sins arife, of course.

wtf is that, no one in sw&d looks like that
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