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Yea, I think it takes some chutzpah to unrepentantly sport the 2" cuffs. Kind of why I like it.
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I'm sure it's just the StyFo Kool-Aid, but the 2" cuff seems completely reasonable to me. And for anyone 6' or taller, de rigueur.
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2" cuffs are a must.

ill agree with SB here. i think you need to hit 6 feet for it to be optimal. for us shorter and stockier fellows, it does not always work.
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So much win today fing02%5B1%5D.gif

ill assume i get lumped in here and say, thanks!
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Afternoon Gents
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ill agree with SB here. i think you need to hit 6 feet for it to be optimal. for us shorter and stockier fellows, it does not always work.

It may simply be a matter of emphasis, but I believe SB is saying that 2" is good for anyone and a must for those 6' and over.
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ill agree with SB here. i think you need to hit 6 feet for it to be optimal. for us shorter and stockier fellows, it does not always work.

It may simply be a matter of emphasis, but I believe SB is saying that 2" is good for anyone and a must for those 6' and over.

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AAS: Dat boot...
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It may simply be a matter of emphasis, but I believe SB is saying that 2" is good for anyone and a must for those 6' and over.
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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

nod[1].gif

Ahhh. Ok I see.

In that case, I don't quite agree. I think for those under 6 feet, depending on your build, it's not always optimal. At least for me personally I feel that 1.75 is much better.
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SWD started their own challenge thread

 

y'all mofos should join...

 

 

http://www.styleforum.net/t/369957/sw-d-challenge-11-24-13-warning-graphic-content

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Originally Posted by Tirailleur1 View Post

SWD started their own challenge thread

y'all mofos should join...


http://www.styleforum.net/t/369957/sw-d-challenge-11-24-13-warning-graphic-content

Im quite flattered that my challenge idea has run so rampant.
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Im quite flattered that my challenge idea has run so rampant.

Such a proud papa.
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Originally Posted by Tirailleur1 View Post

SWD started their own challenge thread

y'all mofos should join...


http://www.styleforum.net/t/369957/sw-d-challenge-11-24-13-warning-graphic-content

I hope to.
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Such a proud papa.
I hope to.

 

So who's gonna invite Russell Westbrook

 

Let me say I think the SW&D challenge is cool


Edited by Scbrown - 11/20/13 at 5:12pm
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It may simply be a matter of emphasis, but I believe SB is saying that 2" is good for anyone and a must for those 6' and over.
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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

nod[1].gif

Ahhh. Ok I see.

In that case, I don't quite agree. I think for those under 6 feet, depending on your build, it's not always optimal. At least for me personally I feel that 1.75 is much better.


Well I'm only 5.9 bigstar[1].gif
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Ahhh. Ok I see.

In that case, I don't quite agree. I think for those under 6 feet, depending on your build, it's not always optimal. At least for me personally I feel that 1.75 is much better.

+1. I'm 5'11" and prefer 1.75" cuffs.
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Well I'm only 5.9 bigstar[1].gif

 

So for those 6' and over, or those whose clothes make them appear such.

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Originally Posted by Flyswatter View Post

+1. Those lapels look awesome, and the proportions are fine. texasmade is probably just used to seeing the skinny, wimpy lapels that have been trendy for the last few years. Thankfully, this trend seems to be on the way out.


If you knew the wearer was 5'5" and 130 lbs would you feel the same way about their being proportionally fine?
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Worn for the Friday challenge, which requires fits to be monochrome.

 

 

Tie: Henry Carter

http://henrycarter.com.au/

http://www.styleforum.net/t/294012/henry-carter-neckwear-accessories-official-affiliate-thread

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very nice Fred

 

Originally Posted by Fred49 View Post

Afternoon Gents
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I had some plain navy suit pants done in a 1", or maybe even a bit less, and when I wear them now I think they look kind of smart, kind of more fashion forward and modern than 2".  The 2" can look disproportionately big on some people-  Foo for example, IMO, whose fits I admire very much except for the width of his lapels and cuffs, which I think are clearly too wide for his stature. ...Also think the kind of shoes, the width of hem, color and pattern are all relevant factors for cuff width determination.   If I had time I'd propose a formula that includes all of those variables.

 

Originally Posted by luv2breformed View Post


It may simply be a matter of emphasis, but I believe SB is saying that 2" is good for anyone and a must for those 6' and over.
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