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Originally Posted by Willin View Post

Hello, SF. First pic. The suit is pre-SF and I am well aware of the issues with it at this point - I'll be getting new ones now that I'm educated. This was snapped quickly before a wedding and I look a bit rotund from that angle but I'm not, ha. Sorry it's not ideal - I didn't have the courage to ask for a proper fit pic.
I figured I'd give you some fodder to shred me with and exact your retribution. Have at it. Cheers!
Oh, and if you're interested:
Suit - Hugo Boss
Shoes - AE burnished brown strands
Tie - Panta (thanks, Ed)
Sunglasses - Mosley Tribe Lyndel
Watch - Hamilton jazzmaster open heart (http://t1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQOME9S77cLUgZfSIiH11-YyOcA_S40i8i5jvfpof7BkVOzL0I5xIPzs2ku)
PS - this is my urban backyard... hence the size, ha. Those are grape vines on the fences, though!

Apologetic, garrulous, and begging for approval with a photo that barely shows anything. Just the way we like it. Grow some ballz.
post #33197 of 78722
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Apologetic, garrulous, and a photo that barely shows anything. Just the way we like it. Grow some ballz.

Easy there, stringbean.

WTF did I just watch?
post #33198 of 78722
It's what you need to watch for some inspiration if you can't even admit to your own rotundness. You have a lot to learn from stitches.
post #33199 of 78722
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It's what you need to watch for some inspiration if you can't even admit to your own rotundness. You have a lot to learn from stitches.

180 pounds of muscle, steel, and sex appeal.
post #33200 of 78722

Sick styles bro! just a polo t shirt white and jeans! Going causal today like a pro!

post #33201 of 78722
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Originally Posted by RDiaz View Post



Noname SC, local MTM shirt (the collar shrunk more than I'd have liked), Marinella tie, linen hanky

Shrink all your collars like this then because it looks great. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

So does the tie, hanky and SC. nod[1].gif
post #33202 of 78722

Thanks :)

 

I also think collars look better when snug like this, but I like my summer shirts a little looser... at 104 degrees a snug collar almost hurts biggrin.gif

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And a few work looks from recent times.
I don't usually wear monochrome, but it was right for the mood in this rainy Monday. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Wednesday. Bit more color and playfulness. None of the red is bright, it's sort of burnt red/rust. Socks are rust.
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Inspiring!

Very good.

Thank you from Norway.
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I also think collars look better when snug like this,...

imo, no, sorry, nvm.
post #33205 of 78722

By snug I don't mean tight. Just the classic "1 finger in" rule...

post #33206 of 78722
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Originally Posted by RDiaz View Post

By snug I don't mean tight. Just the classic "1 finger in" rule...

Tried that with a lady friend. She told me 2 was ideal teacha.gif

I dont talk to a chick who claimed 3 was ideal anymore. Seemed off

Oh my how crass!

post #33207 of 78722
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Originally Posted by RDiaz View Post

Low rise trousers, while "not classic", are perfectly fine on younger people with a flat stomach

this is questionable.
post #33208 of 78722
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

I appreciate both of your comments. While I do "miss" a little flamboyance here and there - people grow up, mature, advance in careers, lifestyles and tastes change... its part of the growth process. Im not saying Ill be wearing only solids as time progressively goes on, but you learn by trial and error what works and what doesn't, and what you like the most. I am most comfortable in my current incarnation, I will tell you that.


Boooooooooooo. You have enough time to dress like an old man when you're an old man. Till then, rock your face off.
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Originally Posted by add911_11 View Post

this is questionable.

rolleye
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rolleye

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