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First off, thank you, Tibor, for keeping the boundaries of what may be posted here wide. Your attire may be "costume-y" to some, but it makes sense to you, you wear it with some sense of authority, and it is always of interest.

In comparison, what I'm posting today pales . . .

Something more formal and somber for today, as I've got to attend a funeral this morning, before heading to the office. I am sure that what I'm wearing probably violates many "rules" of proper attire for a funeral, but I am sure that the aggrieved will be more interested in my presence at proceedings than what I am wearing.

Suit - New & Lingwood
Shirt - BB
Tie - Charvet
Cufflinks - Niletti Creations, NYC
Watch chain - vintage
Shoes - Harris, via Barney's NYC
Overcoat - BB
Scarf - Paul Stuart
Hat - Selentino, via JJ Hat Center


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Always setting the standard. wink.gif
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My biggest issue with Tibor's one photo is that he is clearly wearing a morning coat at an evening event.
post #42214 of 78723
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Originally Posted by codeman92190 View Post

This seems like an appropriate time (other than being about 6 months late) to post this horrible picture of when I ran into Tibor at a bar in San Diego. Internet fame at it's best when I come running up to you asking for a picture. 


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Very nice guy in real life. 

Did you get an autograph?
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All the cool kids hang out in Little Italy and the Gaslamp. We poor folks from El Cajon are shunned.

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^ I don't even know what that means. confused.gif
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^ I don't even know what that means. confused.gif

 

Someone from San Diego would.

post #42218 of 78723
Well, we have a Little Italy here in NYC, but nobody who is even a little bit cool hangs out there.
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Did you get an autograph?

i just wish he was smiling. he's meeting a legend, why no smile? (no hate, just joshin)
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

Well, we have a Little Italy here in NYC, but nobody who is even a little bit cool hangs out there.

 

Ah, ours is right near downtown and just down the street from some art galleries and such. In other words, people whom I consistently try to impress but am always shot down by.

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My biggest issue with Tibor's one photo is that he is clearly wearing a morning coat at an evening event.


Yes, It is my fault, I was in a hurry and tried to conceal it with outerwear rather switching into my Evening Dress. I have seen it done in movies and pictures but the reason they were correct and I was wrong is they went to events during the day, and did not go home and change. I was went home to change quickly and was lazy. I was lucky to get away with it.
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Well, we have a Little Italy here in NYC, but nobody who is even a little bit cool hangs out there.

Quite true - Little Italy now consists of middling-quality Italian restaurants on Mulberry St., hemmed in with the expansion of Chinatown. All the coolness happens further north, towards Alphabet City, unless it's heavily funded, then it occurs in Soho and Tribeca.
post #42223 of 78723
Nolita is cool, desserts are good on Mulberry, but that is about it. Any place that tries to woo you into their restaurant should be avoided at all costs. It is worse than 6th street in the East Village. Anybody familiar knows what I mean.
post #42224 of 78723
Although much of San Diego has traditionally been almost anti-elegant, Little Italy is elegant, very friendly, well cultured, and everyone is free to be who they want to be. It is a real community, where people are very accepting. In my opinion it is one of the best places to live.

The Gaslamp is a circus, engage in moderation. IMO Don't go there too often or not know what you are getting into because you will become a cynic in humanity.
post #42225 of 78723
i think there is a very crappy little italy in bmore too.
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