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Polo Ralph Lauren bleeding madras
Barba
Talbott linen square
Creed Virgin Island Water
J. Crew
Gaziano & Girling
F430


Spoo, I quite like that. And I typically have no love for khaki chinos, but they totally work here.

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The jacket is fantastic.  I think the shirt collar is too formal for the jacket.  I don't think I've ever seen you in a button down collar.  Even that time you were on vacation.  Any reason

Because they're yucky? smile.gif
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Glad you at least liked the detachable collar since I design all my collars myself smile.gif

Sorry about the wrinkles - I 'll be 65 in November cheers.gif
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Good sir, I am 39 and wish I looked half as bad-ass as you do. You keep right on showing us how it is done.

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Interview today, borderline CBD.

That's about as CBD as it gets. Interview in the city?
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EXCELLENT fit, shoreman. hope the interview went swimmingly.




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I think your reaction is odder than my comment. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
People are way too precious about stuff like this. It's just another med, people. Orders of magnitude safer than aspirin or paracetamol (go and look up the therapeutic-to-toxic ratios if you don't believe me.) Wears off after a few months. Just another weapon in the styling armamentarium of the modern male.

Besides, I would never recommend something I don't use myself. mwink%5B1%5D.gif


i have nothing against botox per say. but while the nittty-est picky-est comments are accepted here about peoples clothing, remarks about peoples faces are generally not warmly received here. just my opinion.
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That's about as CBD as it gets. Interview in the city?

No, no interviews today.

Oh wait, thought you were talking to my CBD ass. Sorry, carry on.
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Polo Ralph Lauren bleeding madras
Barba
Talbott linen square
Creed Virgin Island Water
J. Crew
Gaziano & Girling
F430

Spoo, that is one of the nicest fits using madras I've ever seen. Rock on my friend:slayer:icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gificon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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I'm relatively certain that spoozy's fit was posted a couple of years ago, and DCBaron's necro-quoting.

I can attest to this, because it also quotes Phat Guido.

Also: hi. It's time for my monthly-bimonthly-however-the-fuck-long-its-been-because-doctorates-are-fucking-hard-to-get-and-you-lose-track-of-time-doing-all-that-bloody-research pop out from the hole I've been curled up in. I may not post, I may not even get to lurk much atm, but I always have SF pinned in the top left corner of my Firefox window.
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EXCELLENT fit, shoreman. hope the interview went swimmingly.
i have nothing against botox per say. but while the nittty-est picky-est comments are accepted here about peoples clothing, remarks about peoples faces are generally not warmly received here. just my opinion.

 

But the dozens of comments about people's hair are totally fine, right?

 

Don't be ridiculous, man. Just because you've got 150,000 posts on this forum doesn't mean you set the rules. If I get a PM from a moderator I'll respect their judgment.

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EXCELLENT fit, shoreman. hope the interview went swimmingly.

i have nothing against botox per say. but while the nittty-est picky-est comments are accepted here about peoples clothing, remarks about peoples faces are generally not warmly received here. just my opinion.

But the dozens of comments about people's hair are totally fine, right?

Don't be ridiculous, man. Just because you've got 150,000 posts on this forum doesn't mean you set the rules. If I get a PM from a moderator I'll respect their judgment.

They're generally not warmly received anywhere. If you need a moderator to explain decorum to you, you need more than a PM.
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But the dozens of comments about people's hair are totally fine, right?

 

Don't be ridiculous, man. Just because you've got 150,000 posts on this forum doesn't mean you set the rules. If I get a PM from a moderator I'll respect their judgment.

For being here a month, you sure are a douche-bag. 

 

Spoo - 

 

I'm extremely jealous of all your pants. They fit really well, and I hate it.

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But the dozens of comments about people's hair are totally fine, right?

 

Don't be ridiculous, man. Just because you've got 150,000 posts on this forum doesn't mean you set the rules. If I get a PM from a moderator I'll respect their judgment.


I don't have 150,000 posts, nor am I moderator (though both Stitchy and I have some moderatorish powers). I imagine either one of us could ask an actual moderator to inform you of what is considered proper forum decorum. Comments about weight and appearance are pretty much off limits (as are family members). I didn't think Stitchy was being particularly harsh in pointing out that the botox comment was a bit out of line. Crossing the line is fine when it is crossed in ignorance of what is concerned polite. Stitchy assumed that you weren't aware of where the line was and informed you of it, without rancor. Maybe you don't agree at where the line is drawn--and maybe the line is less of a line and more of a gray area--but I think telling a man to get a cosmetic procedure is pretty well out of that gray area. Would you tell a bald(ing) poster to get hair plugs?

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Agreed. I feel the same way about Phat Guido!

That he was peacockish in a good way? patch[1].gif

Just kidding, I miss him too.
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Test driving another tie sample of my wife's little project.
Full shots tonight.

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Linen jacket

Cotton pants

 

I have not taken the jacket to the tailor yet.  I think it fits very nice off the rack, I will probably just have the sleeves shortened.  And like most of my other jackets I wish it was and inch or two longer.

 

 

 

 

 

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while the nittty-est picky-est comments are accepted here about peoples clothing, remarks about peoples faces are generally not warmly received here. just my opinion.

 

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They're generally not warmly received anywhere. If you need a moderator to explain decorum to you, you need more than a PM.

 

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For being here a month, you sure are a douche-bag. 

 

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I don't have 150,000 posts, nor am I moderator (though both Stitchy and I have some moderatorish powers). I imagine either one of us could ask an actual moderator to inform you of what is considered proper forum decorum. Comments about weight and appearance are pretty much off limits (as are family members). I didn't think Stitchy was being particularly harsh in pointing out that the botox comment was a bit out of line. Crossing the line is fine when it is crossed in ignorance of what is concerned polite. Stitchy assumed that you weren't aware of where the line was and informed you of it, without rancor. Maybe you don't agree at where the line is drawn--and maybe the line is less of a line and more of a gray area--but I think telling a man to get a cosmetic procedure is pretty well out of that gray area. Would you tell a bald(ing) poster to get hair plugs?

 

OK OK, I've been told. I apologise to Butler and to anyone else who may have been offended by my comments, however well-intentioned those comments may have been. I was a naughty boy and I promise I won't do it again.

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