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Originally Posted by CousinDonuts View Post


I was too, but then my kids started fighting and my thoughts about adjusting were sucked away before walking out the door. Buuuuut, open to your thoughts all the same.

 

I haven't made up my mind yet. biggrin.gif

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Originally Posted by CousinDonuts View Post

cheers

This might benefit from a light blue shirt.
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Originally Posted by Monkeyface View Post


This might benefit from a light blue shirt.

I agree. The tie is too wild for a white shirt. There's definitely a time and place for white shirts and I don't think they're used enough, but the tie gets extra loud surrounded by the negative space created by the white shirt.

 

Don't confuse this with me saying the tie is not awesome. That would be wrong.

post #56209 of 78717
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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post


It took me about two weeks to break the habit. I was taught to double space, but now most editors will go through manuscripts and single space everything (at least a lot of academic journals do) because modern word processors account for the initial need for double spacing already. I think style guides now prescribe the N space over the M space as well.

I straight up Find/Replace for double spaces on any documents/decks/whatever I am in charge of. Drives me nuts, proper or not.
post #56210 of 78717
Weirdest pet peeve ever, teh double space.
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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

Lighter shirt. Longer pants. Hank stuffed farther into the pocket.
+1
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

Weirdest pet peeve ever, teh double space.

If there's one thing consulting will beat into your head, it's a ridiculous attention to detail. Little things like double spaces start to drive you nuts.

I've had partners break out rulers and ream people out when the alignment between slides is off by a millimeter.
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Lighter shirt. Longer pants. Hank stuffed farther into the pocket.

This. A lot of your fits are snug but with these high waters you look too outgrown. Put some jam on your shoes and invite your trousers down for tea one day.
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Originally Posted by Ianiceman View Post

Put some jam on your shoes and invite your trousers down for tea one day.

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i have never employed the double space, and i do not plan on it any time soon.
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Originally Posted by Ianiceman View Post


This. A lot of your fits are snug but with these high waters you look too outgrown. Put some jam on your shoes and invite your trousers down for tea one day.

Why would I ruin my shoes by putting preserves on them?  Neither my pants nor my shoes are capable of consuming beverages.  Save the metaphors and speak directly.  I like the length of my pants.  I know it's not traditional, but I'm going to keep them the way they are.  I'm also happy with the current buff of my shoes.  Thank you for the recommendations.  

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^^just out of curiosity...no snark intended at all...but why do you post on SF? It seems you rebuke any critiques on your fits.
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nah I think AAS takes critiques well. There are certain things that he has decided will stay as is which is fine. They are style quirks that for the most part I can accept

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Originally Posted by Tirailleur1 View Post

nah I think AAS takes critiques well. There are certain things that he has decided will stay as is which is fine. They are style quirks that for the most part I can accept

certain things? it seems hes set on everything. I dont see the point posting here unless youre here to learn or youve reached "sartorial nirvana" and can help others on their way.
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Originally Posted by UrbanComposition View Post

SBV, since you are getting shirts made for you, might want to consider a higher collar.

 

really?

 

taller than this? higher than 4cm starts to look a bit comical in my opinion. this is 4cm:

 

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