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Pingson - superb.
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@Pingson: Awesome!

 


 

Tieless Monday. X post from MC Casual thread.

 

 

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This is easily my oldest remaining suit, and when I got it, it was already second-hand! It must have been re-tailored at least 4-5 times over the years, and has probably already gone past the point of no return. But I still really like the lapel shape, so I still wear it a bit over summer. It's definitely seen better days when you get up close, with some fraying and general wear & tear, so I'll have to get shot of it soon. I'm thinking of getting a new mid-grey suit in a year-round fabric with a moderately casual pattern to replace both it and another suit that doesn't really fit me well any more. Not sure what fabric I want yet, so I'm letting that idea percolate gradually over the coming months, and will probably decide what to get in the autumn...

 

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More vintage and 2nd hand: A 1940´s smoking from a fleamarket in Skåne, an old Borsalino hat, a Stenström shirt and the bow tie I had when I graduated 1970.

The event: A Gatsby-party at A.Marchesan. One of the best vintage shops for gentlemen in the world.

 

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More multi-pattern insanity...
-TTO

 Two pretty awesome fits from over the weekend! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

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Greetings all, i was having fun with my black suit from last Monday...

 

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great SC, B.
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@Pingson: Awesome!

Tieless Monday. X post from MC Casual thread.





Wonderful!
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great SC, B.

 

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Wonderful!

 

Thank you very much amigos. nod[1].gif

 

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Nice jacket Clags, very nice!

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good lookin out, clags, but ditch the PS. devil.gif
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I don't disapprove of hunting, as you've told to each his own. I just don't like doing that myself, cruel or not killing is killing and I've already told my point of view on killing, regardless human or animal. Well yes, the idea of slaughterhouses and animal abuse is torturing me, but i don't see any solution, if they were killed, not buying that meat will not stop it.

 

I don't want to derail too much so this will be my last word on this. I completely respect your views even though I may not share them. I will say this though, one of my philosophy professors once said 0x1000=0. Meaning that if no one thinks anything makes a difference, nothing will change. Even one person not buying meat from cruel producers is a start.

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Greetings all, i was having fun with my black suit from last Monday...

 

I, for one, approve of this black suit.

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I don't disapprove of hunting, as you've told to each his own. I just don't like doing that myself, cruel or not killing is killing and I've already told my point of view on killing, regardless human or animal. Well yes, the idea of slaughterhouses and animal abuse is torturing me, but i don't see any solution, if they were killed, not buying that meat will not stop it.

 

I don't want to derail too much so this will be my last word on this. I completely respect your views even though I may not share them. I will say this though, I think one person can make a difference when it comes to the way food animals are treated.

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I, for one, approve of this black suit.

 

But I'm not sure one is supposed to "have fun" at a funeral (only place for black suit, white shirt, black tie, IMHO). nest.gif

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Thrifting is a very fascinating sport. It´s like hunting, fishing or gold digging. It cost time, not money. And you need a good dry cleaner and a taylor for minor adjustments. But if you can find taylor made suits or so called premium brand garments for $1, $10, $50 instead of $1.000 - $5.000 you can easily afford the taylor. Good luck in fishing.




Some people think it is a little dirty with second hand clothes. But do they have the same feeling about laying between the sheets in a luxury hotel?

Hal, you look just great. Is everything you are wearing here thrifted?

Thanks
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