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Looks good CN. For some reason you make me think of Kafka...

I hear that very often smile.gif. Kafka actually fights with a younger Robert De Niro when I don't shave and have curluer hair, haha.
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well, both are/were quite handsome and clothes horses to boot, so I guess that isn't so bad smile.gif
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Eh? Apologies mate - I always thought you were about 45! Must have had a tough paper round! happy.gif

Yikes, do I look that old really???
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collar gap is pretty big

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collar gap is pretty big

True, and thanks for noticing. Its due to how I took the picture. Try it in the mirror; raising the other arm creates the collar gap.
I'll use a self timer next time.
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I am actually more concern about the mickey mouse pocket square.
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I posted the details quite a bit ago, but only found that picture now taken at Somerset House. I'm holding a camera in my left hand as I had to take pictures for some weird Arts Uni project during London Fashion week a few weeks ago. Obviously my hair was 'standarized', though that is not too far from how I normally wear it.

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I really think you need the homburg here. It will have finish the look perfectly.
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clags - you seem to be on a roll.
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The Caribbean. First trip without the kid. WOW.

fantastic fit. hope the vacay went well.
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That's pretty awesome!!!  Love the socks...

thanks!
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Yikes, do I look that old really???

no, you do not.
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clags - you seem to be on a roll.
fantastic fit. hope the vacay went well.
thanks!
no, you do not.

I thought you were up there too.

Don't take it to heart fellas. I cheerfully admit to being a crap judge of age. Maybe it's the combination of no hair on head and hair on face that triggers some suppressed subconscious association with advanced years.

Holdfast - any light to shed on that? biggrin.gif
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lol, no worries. you are not the first, nor will you be that last.
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lol, no worries. you are not the first, nor will you be that last.

Don't worry boychik - I know that both you and NYI are a generation younger than I am, and look it (from your one photo, Stitchy, and from actually having met NYI) - though around here, that's true of most everyone, save for Butler and o/o shog[1].gif .
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Is the tie this or something else?
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Don't worry boychik - I know that both you and NYI are a generation younger than I am, and look it (from your one photo, Stitchy, and from actually having met NYI) - though around here, that's true of most everyone, save for Butler and o/o shog[1].gif .

cheers.gif thanks, crusty!
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Yup, thats the tie.

I regularly get mistaken for someone in my mid 30s as opposed to 27. This is probably a combination of being in Korea (where a combination of genetics and make up...including on men...has everyone looking a decade younger), the way I dress, not shaving regularly, and a less than stellar skin complexion. I never let it get to me as I stopped feeling as if I were in my twenties the moment I graduated from college.

It did kind of suck that my future mother in law had been operating on the assumption that I was born in the 70s the first several months after meeting her.
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