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I don't understand what this means, but the photo is hilarious.

Ha, thanks. The Super Bowl is tomorrow and the office I work in is also home to an educational institution. The students declared last week "spirit week", with each day being a different theme day. Thursday was twin day. Friday was team day (which team do you support?), etc. Except Thursday, I dressed normal the rest of the week, lol.

 

Yeah, I guessed it was about the Super Bowl (I actually watch a bit of American footy from time to time, believe it or not!); it was the "spirit week" part of the sentence that threw me! We don't have that concept here.

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Yeah, I guessed it was about the Super Bowl (I actually watch a bit of American footy from time to time, believe it or not!); it was the "spirit week" part of the sentence that threw me! We don't have that concept here.

 

Especially not if one is a Chelsea supporter today...

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^ I'm watching Final Score on the telly while browsing here; Garth Crooks put his head in his hands when the Magpies scored the winner. You'd think a former Spurs player would be happy to see Chelsea dropping points! Anyway, I lol'ed too. Arsenal squeezed a winner past Stoke, so I'm happy. Your lot are walking away with the title though, it seems. Again. Grr... ;)

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^ I'm watching Final Score on the telly while browsing here; Garth Crooks put his head in his hands when the Magpies scored the winner. You'd think a former Spurs player would be happy to see Chelsea dropping points! Anyway, I lol'ed too. Arsenal squeezed a winner past Stoke, so I'm happy. Your lot are walking away with the title though, it seems. Again. Grr... ;)

 

 

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^ I'm watching Final Score on the telly while browsing here; Garth Crooks put his head in his hands when the Magpies scored the winner. You'd think a former Spurs player would be happy to see Chelsea dropping points! Anyway, I lol'ed too. Arsenal squeezed a winner past Stoke, so I'm happy. Your lot are walking away with the title though, it seems. Again. Grr... ;)

 

I am a) settling in for the next game, on the home side - more in hope than optimism, especially given the absence of Prince Dimitar.

 

and b) reeling in wonder that there is a discussion of football going on in this thread.

 

I was glad to see Arsenal win too - I respect the way they go about things.  And I'd rather United got the title than City...but no points today!

 

 

Anyway, as I'm sure this whole thing is anathema to 90% of SF-ers, here is a picture of a nice pair of socks.  They are wonderful.

 

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Originally Posted by Holdfast View Post

^ I'm watching Final Score on the telly while browsing here; Garth Crooks put his head in his hands when the Magpies scored the winner. You'd think a former Spurs player would be happy to see Chelsea dropping points! Anyway, I lol'ed too. Arsenal squeezed a winner past Stoke, so I'm happy. Your lot are walking away with the title though, it seems. Again. Grr... ;)

 

 

Yeah, it would take a fairly monumental collapse from here on out for you not to win it. Still, the final day of last year's season proved that miracles do occasionally happen.

 

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...reeling in wonder that there is a discussion of football going on in this thread.

 

I was glad to see Arsenal win too - I respect the way they go about things.  And I'd rather United got the title than City...but no points today!

I also vaguely follow my local - much lower division - side; on a good day, they also try to play some proper football and move it about, using pace to create openings. I like that attitude to the game. They're even more inconsistent than Arsenal at the moment though, lol. I wouldn't say I'm a massive footy fan by any means, but I do enjoy the odd game here & there and vaguely follow the game. There's a few SFers in that boat IIRC. For example, NewYorkIslander will argue with you re: City!

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Everything's fine as long as FC RVP wins.
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Everything's fine as long as FC RVP wins.

 

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 NewYorkIslander will argue with you re: City!

 

I thought he was "Forza Napoli"?  

 

Lend us a quid for the meter, would you?

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Casual with my only current jeans, bespoke sweater jacket, handsewn Saint Crispin's belt and random accessories. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



Deets on those jeans, please!!!
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Are those dark jeans, paired with smart trainers of some sort? I can't quite make them out in the photo. Anyway, I think they go great with the tweed coat, but not so much with the shirt/tie/square. More casual shirt, +/- a jumper as well, and no square, and this would rock. Still, as I paired a more formal shirt/tie with more casual other stuff yesterday, I can't really cast aspersions in this case, can I? :)

 

yes indigo jeans but no to the trainers. those are  brown nubuk chukkas with a crepe sole.

 

coincidently both items worn in this fit, too:

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does this bespoke knit jacket have pockets? if it hadn't any this would be deal breaker, at least from my perspective because of the length. the way you stand you make it work and it looks fantastic, but I imagine it to look rather weird as soon as you remove your left hand from your jean pocket.



care to share the mystery bespoke optometrist with a fellow kraut? I'm currently looking into getting custom sun glasses and am tending towards Tom Davis after seeing his work.

Härtel/Brahm

I had this made without pockets, that's how it looks without hand in there...not that different.

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[quote name="sugarbutch" url="/t/234255/hof-what-are-you-wearing-right-now-part-iii/44620_20#post_6100411"Thanks, Stitchy![/quote]

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I don't think I will ever embrace the sweater.

that sweater, or all sweaters? i happen to like the one in the post you refer to tho.
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I don't think southernstyle and foo.gif are operating in the same aesthetic universe...

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Everything's fine as long as FC RVP wins.

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icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif  Wazza FTW today

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