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Originally Posted by Betelgeuse View Post

Couldn't resist using for the first time my new shirt! biggrin.gif






Triple pattern-mixing...and very well done! Muy Bueno!
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

uncle mac, nice to see you around here.
standard WAWRN neg. i think it denotes a feeling of general bad taste and fit. not a new compliant by a long shot.

nephew,
thank you
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Triple pattern-mixing...and very well done! Muy Bueno!

 

Thanks a lot Mr. Daniels! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

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Originally Posted by mjd View Post

Great hat!

thank you
made by graham thompson of optimo hat company
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Originally Posted by upr_crust View Post


Let me reiterate the concept which I have made plain in these forums before, that the Internet is not television - the contributors make the content. If you want to change the content - be the content that you want to see. If you don't like the pictures that you see, post your own, and show us all how it's done. Otherwise, to quote another long-time poster no longer posting here, mbreinin - "Shut the fuck up".


upr_crust dishes out ether with such grace...

 

 

Funny thing about nostalgia is that we do not remember the flubs or bad times. We like believing that all was great during the vox era when in fact that the state of emergency that Benjamin points out was probably echoed in the past as well. I mean all you need to do is check FNB and see what I mean.

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I think we lost more good members due to Fit Nazism more than anything else. Remember the perfection of TC's fits? And then people would swear that the fit was a quarter centimeter off on the left side of the waist...
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Originally Posted by Cantabrigian View Post

That's southern style done well.

Flannel + gingham would be a little uhoh.gif if it weren't for the fact that you kept everything else very conservative - block stripe tie, white linen square.

And the patch pockets bump it up from good to really good.

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I keep a spare white shirt in my office specifically for this reason. Though, after it happened to me once, and I have the shirt there in case now, it will probably never happen again.

 

Since the day I spilled an entire magenta toner cartridge over a pair of new MTM flannel pants, I keep a stain removal spray and a brush at the office. It saved the pants. And gets coffee stains out of shirts like nothing icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

 

The pink pants were funny, though. Maybe I should have kept them tounge.gif

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Originally Posted by upr_crust View Post

Let me reiterate the concept which I have made plain in these forums before, that the Internet is not television - the contributors make the content. If you want to change the content - be the content that you want to see. If you don't like the pictures that you see, post your own, and show us all how it's done. Otherwise, to quote another long-time poster no longer posting here, mbreinin - "Shut the fuck up".

Sure, here:



And to quote another long-time poster no longer posting here, mbreinin - "Shut the fuck up." And from a long time poster that still posts here, benjamin831 - "post better fits."
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There's a guy in my office who has literally a closet full of suits in the office. I should also mention that in the 5 years that I have known him I think I have seen him wear a suit about 3 times.

I disagree with this approach. I'm pretty much always looking for an excuse to go home, so I actually look forward to spilling on myself.
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See, it wasn't that hard, and that's a great fit. I wish you were wearing socks there, but everything else looks good - hard to complain at all...

 

Is that tie a Hober madder, and may I ask who makes the braces?

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Slick look Benjamin831......!
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Originally Posted by upr_crust View Post

Let me reiterate the concept which I have made plain in these forums before, that the Internet is not television - the contributors make the content. If you want to change the content - be the content that you want to see. If you don't like the pictures that you see, post your own, and show us all how it's done. Otherwise, to quote another long-time poster no longer posting here, mbreinin - "Shut the fuck up".

Sure, here:



And to quote another long-time poster no longer posting here, mbreinin - "Shut the fuck up." And from a long time poster that still posts here, benjamin831 - "post better fits."

Nice. I do feel compelled to note, though, that we are unable to judge the fit of this fit due to the pose... smile.gif
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Look at me, setting up my tripod -- still taking a semi-lousy picture. No-name brown flannel (It feels like camel hair, but IDK) jacket with patch & flap pockets. LE tatersall shirt, blue cords from some mall brand, burg longwings. Pants a little short. Does the square work? I'd like a second opinion on the jacket fit, as well.

 

Thanks.


Edited by YRR92 - 1/28/13 at 7:39pm
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Couple of thoughts:
a) I followed the link. AAAC has a lot less "Does this fit look ok?" posts than we do. This makes me sad.
b) oh shit, crust took off his gloves
c) and benjamin responded with a great fit

I'm nowhere near the worlds greatest poster, but I really could do with less "does this look ok?" posts...
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