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Cheers, Stitch smile.gif

Gieves & Hawkes
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Lookin sharp today Crusty. You should do casual more often. Sentimentality aside, I agree that the hat would go better with a different outfit. Or, maybe you could add a boomerang? That certainly would help tie the look together.
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Stitchy, you look good today. Shirt shade isn't my cuppa, but you paired it well with that tie. I do have to say I agree a slightly wider trouser leg opening would help you out. I have the same problem - us bigfoots (bigfeet?) have to be careful not to look like we're wearing clown shoes.

Malford, that coat is awesome.

Rambo, don't be a jerk.
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Looks good fing02%5B1%5D.gif

thanks!
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Cheers, Stitch smile.gif
Gieves & Hawkes

awesomenessss.
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Stitchy, you look good today. Shirt shade isn't my cuppa, but you paired it well with that tie. I do have to say I agree a slightly wider trouser leg opening would help you out. I have the same problem - us bigfoots (bigfeet?) have to be careful not to look like we're wearing clown shoes.
Malford, that coat is awesome.
Rambo, don't be a jerk.

thanks, big O.

bigfeet syndrome is a pain, i think i may just forget about it for now. if my biggest issue is that my shoes look a little long, ill deal. bigger leg opening also means wider legs throughout i find, and that looks billowy on my thighs. id rather a nice line and fit down my legs, even if it means my shoes look a tad clowny.

or maybe in 3 months ill change my mind and buy all new pants. laugh.gif

either way, good point, and appreciate the honest and friendly feedback, as always.
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thanks!
awesomenessss.
thanks, big O.
bigfeet syndrome is a pain, i think i may just forget about it for now. if my biggest issue is that my shoes look a little long, ill deal. bigger leg opening also means wider legs throughout i find, and that looks billowy on my thighs. id rather a nice line and fit down my legs, even if it means my shoes look a tad clowny.
or maybe in 3 months ill change my mind and buy all new pants. laugh.gif
either way, good point, and appreciate the honest and friendly feedback, as always.

No worries man. I've been ignoring comments here about my jackets being too short for years now. fistbump.gif
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No worries man. I've been ignoring comments here about my jackets being too short for years now. fistbump.gif

lawlz. my man! have a great weekend. cheers.gif
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Originally Posted by Orgetorix View Post

Stitchy, you look good today. Shirt shade isn't my cuppa, but you paired it well with that tie. I do have to say I agree a slightly wider trouser leg opening would help you out. I have the same problem - us bigfoots (bigfeet?) have to be careful not to look like we're wearing clown shoes.
Malford, that coat is awesome.
Rambo, don't be a jerk.

You think you have big feet Orge?

I often think your photos are jarred by seemingly too short and wide looking shoes and reckon you and Stitch should swop shoes. His always seem to look too long whereas you look like you would benefit from longer, sleeker, less stubby lasts. I'm 6'1" and wear only US 8.5 or 9 but have narrow feet.
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You think you have big feet Orge?
I often think your photos are jarred by seemingly too short and wide looking shoes and reckon you and Stitch should swop shoes. His always seem to look too long whereas you look like you would benefit from longer, sleeker, less stubby lasts. I'm 6'1" and wear only US 8.5 or 9 but have narrow feet.

IT WILL BE LIKE TOMMY JOHN SURGERY BUT FOR CLOTHING NERDS NOT ATHLETES

lol
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Sales are starting soon and this jacket will probably be marked down to around €100 - I might buy it again a size larger, only because I love the cloth and the half canvas. It is certainly quite off in terms of fit; forward shoulders are to blame and a size larger  (which wasn't available when I bought this one) helps by adding some fullness in the back of the shoulders; I just tried it today. Alterations didn't help much. Camouflaging it with the pose here... smile.gif


Edited by RDiaz - 1/4/13 at 9:55am
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Rambo, don't be a jerk.

puzzled.gif I say something? You would have preferred I used didgeridoo instead??
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Malford looking good in the double double-breasted.
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puzzled.gif I say something? You would have preferred I used didgeridoo instead??

Had you said "didgeridoo", Org would have said, "didgeridon't".

No worries Ram or Org - Ram's observations on the hat match my own, and I am well aware that my days as Crocodile Dundee are well over satisfied.gif.
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Rare CBD with my new favorite tie

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and I am well aware that my days as Crocodile Dundee are well over satisfied.gif.

fuckin' 'ell, I knew I recognized you from somewhere. Also want to jump onto the casual crusty bandwagon and say you look fantastic today.

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Saving this to my "Inspirational styles" folder ^^^

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