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Nice casual look

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Originally Posted by Betelgeuse View Post

This was as of friday. Today in Mexico we have the day off. 

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for the record I'm much older than one might expect... I'm just simply blessed with divine and everlasting beauty and a strong hairline transferred down from generation to generation by my male ancestors... or that's what I'd like to believe.

Hate to break the news to you, but male hair line (or lack there of) is actually, so a significant degree, maternally inherited, meaning that if you are bald, a significant share of the blame should be directed at your maternal grandfather............
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Wait, clapey, you being older than expected, the house isn't the one of your parents but yours? butbut.gif
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Bit CBD today





Suit: MJ Bale
Shirt: Cottonwork light blue
Tie: Henry Carter Maroon Grenadine 7 fold
Square: Random Paisley
Shoes: Meermin MTO captoe
post #39890 of 78723
Meh
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You look good but I think you should keep the spots on your face/neck that are not bearded clean shaven, it makes your face look unkempt (especially in combination with a full beard) and detracts from the whole look.

Now back to lurking.
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Meh
I have noticed that and thank you for so eloquently pointing it out.

Apart from that wrinkling the suit is almost perfect for me for an OTR suit, which when you're 6"2 is very difficult. So I'm pretty happy with it, and I got married in it so it has special meaning to me.
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Rob, nice overcoat, and the pieces of the fit are nice, but I think the light browns are all too close.
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while we are at it, in my mind you look like Opie from Sons of Anarchy...
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...with less sex, bikes and rock'n'roll but with more poasts, neckties and forvm trolls.

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Wait, clapey, you being older than expected, the house isn't the one of your parents but yours? butbut.gif

that would be quite baller if true. and if so, i fully expect a rolls in the driveway.
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You look good but I think you should keep the spots on your face/neck that are not bearded clean shaven, it makes your face look unkempt (especially in combination with a full beard) and detracts from the whole look.
Now back to lurking.

well, that has to be the first time anyone has mentioned that. smile.gif

you are probably right. but,

1. i am way to lazy to do that every day.

2. it is far less obvious in person. most people do not lean my head back and stick their face 4 inches from my neck, like where my phone is for the pics.

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clapeyron
"ask spoo again how to dimple a tie..."

lol, not a bad idea. this is a tough tie thou.
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Paraboot Mucy PHQ.



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All by Harris tweed, Alden Tanker #8.
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Is that... Fur on those shoes?
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The "riding" shot counterbalances the sin of those boots.
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I have to admit it. Some of you gentlemen scare me. Ride on!
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