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2nd day with kids.  Getting back in the groove.  Robo pose.



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I am happy with the 59 degree. It´s tweed and flanell time and skiing seasons starts soon.
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*sigh* I miss southern Germany.

Seriously. Germany is a fantastic place.

No offense, but Cologne is not the spot in Germany I would pick to live in, though. Still, could do far worse.
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Seriously. Germany is a fantastic place.

No offense, but Cologne is not the spot in Germany I would pick to live in, though. Still, could do far worse.

 

My favorite place in Deutschland would have to be Munich. Das issen, das trinken, alles ist ser gut (assuming one likes German food, which I do). Frankfurt I could never see again and not feel bad about it.

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Munich is pretty fantastic. Every now and then I fantasize about trying to move there.

I spent the better part of a year studying in Tuebingen, just south of Stuttgart, and so have a soft spot for that part of the country as well.
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Seriously. Germany is a fantastic place.

No offense, but Cologne is not the spot in Germany I would pick to live in, though. Still, could do far worse.

 

Cologne is great. The city is not that nice like Munich or Hamburg but the people are the open-mindest in germany. It´s easy to come in contact with citizen and not only in the 5th season the carneval. And the citizens from cologne have something you do not think the germans have much: humor. So cologne is for sure one of the best places to live in germany.

 

Now I am living in the southwest near the french boarder. The Landscape is real nice with the Black Forest, the Alps, the Vosges mountains and the lake constance not far away. But the people are by far not that open-hearted like the cologne people, but it´s still a good place to live.

 

@Caustic Man: I agree that Munich is one of the best places in germany and Frankfurt is not the place you must have seen in germany.


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I wish I could have spent that long there. 

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Cologne is great. The city is not that nice like Munich or Hamburg but the people are the open-mindest in germany. It´s easy to come in contact with citizen and not only in the 5th season the carneval. And the citizens from cologne have something you do not think the germans have much: humor. So cologne is for sure one of the best places to live in germany.

Now I am living in the southwest near the french boarder. The Landscape is real nice with the Black Forest, the Alps, the Vosges mountains and the lake constance not far away. But the people are by far not that open-hearted like the cologne people, but it´s still a good place to live.

Now that is a beautiful part of the country for sure.

Admittedly, I have not spend very much time in Cologne, so I could just be dead wrong--I certainly couldn't argue with you about it! My favorite parts of Germany though were always the small towns and countrysides, and the northern Rhine and the Ruhrgebiet are not exactly the most pastoral part of Germany.

Now, the more south on the Rhine, down by the Mosel and over to the Nahe, that is some nice country. Nice wine, too smile.gif
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shoot its 102 where I am right now, lol

 

+1, I cannot wait for at least a change in weather...

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Afternoon Gents, Autumn is here in London so pulled put a flannel 3 piece.

 

 

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Todays working outfit

 

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In the nordic night.

 

 

 

 

 

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 This is from an old post of NiiDawg's but I just got a jacket that's the same color and looks a lot like it. Do you think it would look better with light tan trousers? Or maybe some light blue jeans instead of these dark blue jeans?

 

 BTW- I like the Uber-cheap Wal-Mart jeans better than the expensive Levis. They fit me better and I think they look great!

 

 

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+1, I cannot wait for at least a change in wA

All very nice ensembles!

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All very nice ensembles!
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Hi WPK, I see you used a spoiler right at the end, and so I'm guessing your intention was to spoiler the whole post.



 



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However, it didn't work out that way. Maybe try checking the preview next time. Otherwise we all have a lot more scrolling to do.


 

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My apologies. I guess that I use it at the beginning. Didn't really know how to use it. I will try on the next post! 

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Afternoon Gents, Autumn is here in London so pulled put a flannel 3 piece.

Lilac- That is about as close to perfect as it gets.

Choco- it's amazing how well RTW suits fit you. I'm 3 hours from you and I'm considering making the haul to visit your tailor. Always impressed.
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Today (sorry about the crummy cellphone photos):

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Suit: Amy Yang MTM
Shirt: Tailorstore MTM.
Socks: Pantherella.
Shoes: Shanghai Tianzi MTM.
Watch: Tudor Prince Date.
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always fun to see someone visit this great store-- I had a blast there, and they finished alterations/ handstitched functional buttonholes on a GREAT fitting jacket overnight.
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Not really a WAYWRN picture, but...


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Nice fit, EPIC pose!!! lol8[1].gif

 

Thanks.  Gearing up for the EPIC heat tomorrow.  I'm fearful of the subways.  

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