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Originally Posted by recondite View Post

 

rulez?? There are no rulez and certainly no memo.

 

The scarf would look better if presented different than as above. If you want to add drama to your outfit then put on an opera cape with scarlet lining and see if you get a better effect, which I am sure you will. And do not forget the tophat.

 


 

Did I miss the SF memo on keeping my opinion to myself? If so, forward it to me under separate cover, and I will read it.

 

Take a look at those pictures of yourself in six months and send me a pm to let me know if you still think the look is still a good one. I will accept your opinion, since you are the judge with the power of law in this situation, not me.

 

I only think you could appear better than you present in the above pictures. But then, I could be moron with access to my parents computer who received all their fashion sense from their inbred no count relatives, Sears catalog, and their favorite anime movies.

 

Best of luck with your look. I hope it gets you what you want.

 

Cheers!

dafuq? relax I never siad you should keep your opinion to yourself. You are more than welcome to give it...

 

and I am more than welcome to wear my scarf however I like. It's not the first time I've worn it that way...


Edited by Tirailleur1 - 1/15/13 at 8:20pm
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Thanks! (to jrd)
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

Wow, someone actually got it, I am quite impressed sir. Thats precisely the reason I laced these this way.

lol you fat liar. they came laced that way and you have not bothered to mess with them. but as you know, lacing type can significantly affect shoe fit comfort.

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Originally Posted by recondite View Post

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rulez?? There are no rulez and certainly no memo.

The scarf would look better if presented different than as above. If you want to add drama to your outfit then put on an opera cape with scarlet lining and see if you get a better effect, which I am sure you will. And do not forget the tophat.



Did I miss the SF memo on keeping my opinion to myself? If so, forward it to me under separate cover, and I will read it.

Take a look at those pictures of yourself in six months and send me a pm to let me know if you still think the look is still a good one. I will accept your opinion, since you are the judge with the power of law in this situation, not me.

I only think you could appear better than you present in the above pictures. But then, I could be moron with access to my parents computer who received all their fashion sense from their inbred no count relatives, Sears catalog, and their favorite anime movies.

Best of luck with your look. I hope it gets you what you want.
Cheers!

you may spout your opinion as often as you like. its not against the rules. but when you are an unestablished member, and waltz in harshing on people who are established, with little to no credence, and you pose your thoughts at absolute facts, dont expect to get a lot of serious replies. #jusayin.
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post


lol you fat liar. they came laced that way and you have not bothered to mess with them. but as you know, lacing type can significantly affect shoe fit comfort.

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you may spout your opinion as often as you like. its not against the rules. but when you are an unestablished member, and waltz in harshing on people who are established, with little to no credence, and you pose your thoughts at absolute facts, dont expect to get a lot of serious replies. #jusayin.


It doesn't matter if he is established or not stitchy. he can give his opinion. And if I find it helpful I'll take it. If not, I'll carry on... happy.gif

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Originally Posted by Tirailleur1 View Post

It doesn't matter if he is established or not stitchy. he can give his opinion. And if I find it helpful I'll take it. If not, I'll carry on... happy.gif

lol, indeed, it does not exactly matter. and im sure youd take good advise wherever it came from. just as a general rule, i find that new poster + speaking in absolute terms, is a hard combo to pull off. that is all. no offense was intended, just a thought.
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lol, indeed, it does not exactly matter. and im sure youd take good advise wherever it came from. just as a general rule, i find that new poster + speaking in absolute terms, is a hard combo to pull off. that is all. no offense was intended, just a thought.


stitchypoo can never offend me

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stitchypoo can never offend me

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dat knot...

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Double Windsor on a Cashmere Borelli Tie. Too tight and and I´ll ruin the Tie, but I like a bigger Knot with a cutaway collar
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Originally Posted by Achilles_ View Post

Crappy pics from this morning. I'm ordering a stand and remote for my t2i as we speak!

Please note that I won this suit in a NCAA bracket contest, it is a H. Freeman custom made suit. So, if there are flaws, I'm don't really care since it was free!

I know the pants are too long, and I'm not pleased with the structure of the shoulders, but am curious to hear some opinions.

Shirt is Borrelli, tie is canali, shoes are burgundy AE PA.


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The rise of the pants seems too long to be worn that low. I have nothing against pants worn low, but rise should be coherent; it shouldn't peek below the jacket hem.

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Originally Posted by twistoffat View Post

Double Windsor on a Cashmere Borelli Tie. Too tight and and I´ll ruin the Tie, but I like a bigger Knot with a cutaway collar

 

Wool ties are more bulky, have you tried a double four in hand? It might fill the collar space well and will look much better  smile.gif

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I´ve tried it before and you are correct it does look better. Due to the material however it takes a bit more time to shape the knot correctly and I just didn´t have time this moring
so I just used the Windsor(Which is my usual knot for ties of that shape) and ran out the door as 6 this morning. I know, I know, being late is no excuse for sartorial slobbishness shog[1].gif
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Originally Posted by twistoffat View Post

I´ve tried it before and you are correct it does look better. Due to the material however it takes a bit more time to shape the knot correctly and I just didn´t have time this moring
so I just used the Windsor(Which is my usual knot for ties of that shape) and ran out the door as 6 this morning. I know, I know, being late is no excuse for sartorial slobbishness shog[1].gif

 

 

You still look better than this guy...

 

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You still look better than this guy...



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And to think he was probably given that outfit for free and had a stylist to advise him biggrin.gif
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