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Couple days old


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Those beards makes me feel inadequate as a man.
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Those beards makes me feel inadequate as a man.

Those beards make my wanna be beard look like a babys ass.

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Eidos Napoli
Kamakura
Equus
Rugby RL
Loake
 

 

This is really great, Alex. An excellent semi-casual fit.

 

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Couple days old

 

Very, very nice GDL. The collar on that shirt is interesting, high with a very nice role for a spread collar. Details?

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(2)   You wrote:  "I do have to ask what occasion it is for. There are some business situations where it would definitely not be a good idea to wear it"

I'm a university professor.  That's what I wore to work yesterday.  It's pretty typical for me, actually, especially on days when I'm lecturing.  Took the photos once I got home yesterday (one reason why there's less natural light than I would have liked). 

You're quite astute to ask about the context, which isn't always considered, and I'm glad that you did.  That's why I don't wear a pocket square.  I like them and would love to wear them, but they would be out of bounds on my campus.  I'm not sure that even my tenure could save me if I wore one ...

My sincere thanks for taking the time to comment.  It's very much appreciated.

Cheers,

Ac

Well, the 3-piece with lapels on the vest is certainly OK for a professor...if not a professor, then who? Check out our esteemed member Pingson who is also a professor who wears that look (quite spectacularly) often.

It is nice that you set a good example for your student.
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Those beards makes me feel inadequate as a man.

Stop shaving for two-three months then.

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The rule where you actually post a picture, presumably? :)

 

Dag Nabbit! Smartphone fail...... Here it is. A nice Sammy 140s blue pinstripe and Hardy Amies tie.

 

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Those beards makes me feel inadequate as a man.

 

Those beards do not represent an ideal for men to take after. Personally I find them apalling but everyone is entitled to their taste.

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Those beards do not represent an ideal for men to take after. Personally I find them apalling but everyone is entitled to their taste.

 

This statement is hilarious.

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This statement is hilarious.

 

Why man? :uhoh::(

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Don't you like these beards or beards in general?

Funny that men shouldn't take as ideal one of their most representative traits. 

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Why man? :uhoh::(

 

Probably because of the combination of such a definitive statement ("Those beards do not represent an ideal for men to take after") followed by the clearly disingenuous claim that you are open-minded on the subject ("everyone is entitled to their taste").

 

At least that's the polite way of putting it.

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Suit Supply experts--please assist!!  January issue of Esquire...page 44...they show a suit from SS --grey with large purple windowpane...why can i not find that on SS website?  Any suggestions?  Looking for it in 48 reg.  Thanks!!

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Probably because of the combination of such a definitive statement ("Those beards do not represent an ideal for men to take after") followed by the clearly disingenuous claim that you are open-minded on the subject ("everyone is entitled to their taste").

 

At least that's the polite way of putting it.

 

You're correct. I should've contemplated my output once more before I hit the submit-button. As damage-control, I'd like to state that what I wrote wasn't meant to be definitive, nor was I trying to be open-minded. This is definitive.

 

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Don't you like these beards or beards in general?

Funny that men shouldn't take as ideal one of their most representative traits. 

 

Beard can be a great accessoary. Current fashionable stiles of beard don't appeal to me though. 

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