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post #41101 of 75813
Spoo, no need to discuss much of your outfit, all of the important pieces are spot on as usual.
One item which I repeatedly notice as not living up to the high standards of the rest are your belts.
Of course I cannot comment on the quality of leather but I tend to dislike their buckels.
Neither the matt finishing nor the thick cross-beam do anything for me.

As others have mentioned todays SC and tie are especially great.
post #41102 of 75813

Last day of the conference. A stiff pose for a stiff day. And now for a stiff snork[1].gif

 

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(I'm absolutely as exhausted as I look in that picture)

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Originally Posted by Louis XIV View Post

Spoo, no need to discuss much of your outfit, all of the important pieces are spot on as usual.
One item which I repeatedly notice as not living up to the high standards of the rest are your belts.
Of course I cannot comment on the quality of leather but I tend to dislike their buckels.
Neither the matt finishing nor the thick cross-beam do anything for me.
As others have mentioned todays SC and tie are especially great.

I appreciate that. I dont get into too much minutia like the matte or shiny belt buckle thing, Im not that nitpicky. I barely match my belt to my shoes most days. In this outfit though, I think if you are the type of person who looks at the tone of metal in context to the outfit it works - the flannel, tweed, dry shirt, textured tie, and madder PS are all dry fabrics, not glossy, and would command a matte metal to do the same.
post #41104 of 75813
I forgot to take a fit pic yesterday. I'm okay with this, as the fit was solid - not stellar, but solid - and there wasn't really much to miss.
post #41105 of 75813
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What kinda racin'?

The good kind....



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JAp0blnoIf0&list=UUECPEzGAKEB4O9G3T-ImoFA&index=8
post #41106 of 75813
nice notch.

408 with a c4 i'm guessing? 9 inch?

very cool, I had a mustang for years:

http://www.mustang50magazine.com/featuredvehicles/m5lp_0607_1999_mustang_cobra/viewall.html
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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

What kinda racin'?

The good kind....



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JAp0blnoIf0&list=UUECPEzGAKEB4O9G3T-ImoFA&index=8

When do you turn? biggrin.gif
post #41108 of 75813
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nice notch.
408 with a c4 i'm guessing? 9 inch?
very cool, I had a mustang for years:
http://www.mustang50magazine.com/featuredvehicles/m5lp_0607_1999_mustang_cobra/viewall.html

No need for a 9 inch, it has an 8.8. 408 with Canfield heads, C4 and a Nitrous Pro-Flow plate. Right now I am dialing it in on motor. That pass was with 6 bent valves, LOL. Heads have been freshened up. Hoping to go low 10's on the motor with tuning, deep into the 9's on the sauce.
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When do you turn? biggrin.gif

You turn when you get to the end of the track, down the return road and into the pits. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

Mike
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New DSLR pictures:

 

 

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Very nice outfit Mister, all to do now is a four in hand knot  and a nice white TV fold PS to finish your outfit off. :D

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Originally Posted by MBreinin View Post

No need for a 9 inch, it has an 8.8. 408 with Canfield heads, C4 and a Nitrous Pro-Flow plate. Right now I am dialing it in on motor. That pass was with 6 bent valves, LOL. Heads have been freshened up. Hoping to go low 10's on the motor with tuning, deep into the 9's on the sauce.
You turn when you get to the end of the track, down the return road and into the pits. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
Mike

awesome.

what are you gonna spray? 200 or so? that thing has gotta have some serious torque. I wish the mod motor that i used to run was as easy as a good old windsor to build up.
post #41111 of 75813
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So I changed the shirt color to white, as advised, and I think it contrasts better. What do you gens think?

That now looks very good Mister, much much better contrast. The only nitpick is the tie knot, tighten the knot itself and elongate it with a dfih if you can just to finish it off.

 

post #41112 of 75813
the pocket square is no good.

and johnboy, stop calling people "mister".

its pretty creepy
post #41113 of 75813
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Eh, test fitting for the big Firm Christmas Party tomorrow. Yeah, as the grin indicates...I have been drinking. LOL
Rock on,
Mike

Oh, Polo velvet smoking jacket, Polo shirt, Polo flannel Tuxedo pants, Canali cummerbund, Ferragamo patent leather slips and a Brioni for Barney's tie.

Out of curiosity, were you the only one dressed like this?
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its pretty creepy

All the more reason for it to continue. Not enough creepiness round these parts. Always could do with more creepiness.

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All the more reason for it to continue. Not enough creepiness round these parts. Always could do with more creepiness.

There definitely isnt enough inherent creepiness in a bunch of guys posting pictures of themselves and critiquing each others' outfits haha

 

Is the four in hand the knot of preference? I noticed a lot of people wearing it in here but always preferred the windsor because its symmetrical and i think it looks better with a spread collar.

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