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my excessities are more excessant than your excessities.
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Im sure. I dont do domestic stuff, so she must stay.

I hope she isnt reading this.

I must now find her email address.
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I thought that was Frank Zappa.

Gone too soon.
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I'm all about the simple bare excessities.

Seriously, poor form to pick at someone's small error in their second language (how many of us write in a forum in a language that's not our own, and flawlessly?), but actually I'm delighted by the accidental invention of this word.  "Excessities" is really what SF is all about: what we consider to be "simple", "getting the basics right" and indeed, "classic and timeless" - the mere baseline, that even in most formal office environments would be considered a vain excess: our "real ancient madders", carefully-selected merino suitcloth, our obsessively-sourced welted shoes and our care in choice of tailor, gorge and buttoning point.  Vain, obsessive, extravagant and irrelevant to the many, and yet somehow vital to the few.  

These are our excessities.  Brilliant word, well done.

No.
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Originally Posted by mimo View Post

I'm all about the simple bare excessities.

Seriously, poor form to pick at someone's small error in their second language (how many of us write in a forum in a language that's not our own, and flawlessly?), but actually I'm delighted by the accidental invention of this word.  "Excessities" is really what SF is all about: what we consider to be "simple", "getting the basics right" and indeed, "classic and timeless" - the mere baseline, that even in most formal office environments would be considered a vain excess: our "real ancient madders", carefully-selected merino suitcloth, our obsessively-sourced welted shoes and our care in choice of tailor, gorge and buttoning point.  Vain, obsessive, extravagant and irrelevant to the many, and yet somehow vital to the few.  

These are our excessities.  Brilliant word, well done.

Yeah, I felt like a dick as I wrote it, but I too enjoy the accidental word.
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Ah, we all do it.  And it's great, isn't it?

 

I mean, I'm not saying that our blurring of what would be excessive to most into necessity for us, is actually wrong.  I think it's more a matter of knowing something, being unable to un-know it.  No matter what happens in life, I'm pretty confident I'll never buy a pair of glued-together shoes, or a jacket with massive armholes, or polyester trousers.  It's not snobbery...it's just progress, isn't it?

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I'm all about the simple bare excessities.

 

Seriously, poor form to pick at someone's small error in their second language (how many of us write in a forum in a language that's not our own, and flawlessly?), but actually I'm delighted by the accidental invention of this word.  "Excessities" is really what SF is all about: what we consider to be "simple", "getting the basics right" and indeed, "classic and timeless" - the mere baseline, that even in most formal office environments would be considered a vain excess: our "real ancient madders", carefully-selected merino suitcloth, our obsessively-sourced welted shoes and our care in choice of tailor, gorge and buttoning point.  Vain, obsessive, extravagant and irrelevant to the many, and yet somehow vital to the few.  

 

These are our excessities.  Brilliant word, well done.

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Just because we differ, doesn't mean we're different. :)

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mimo, there's a difference between making fun of a word and having fun with the word. I was doing the latter. But I like your definition of it.
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I never doubted you, Butch.

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(how many of us write in a forum in a language that's not our own, and flawlessly?)

 

Clapey seems to have a better grasp on English than most native speakers. :teach:

 

Who knew Germans were capable of wit?

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Try of a low contrast outfit. New Shirt from Luxire with an own designed collar. Camelhair blazer from Brioni

 

 

See details (Click to show)

 

 

 

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Church outfit

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Back to posting after a 5 day heatwave here.





Herringbone Sydney
Kamakura
Henry Carter x 2 (tie and PS)
Bresciani
Carmina

I can also confirm a) I do have a (neatly trimmed) beard and b) am not a hipster and c) don't live in New York. Just an average Aussie bloke from the country, who likes having a beard.
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Technically this was yesterday, rather than today, and I wasn't going to post such a casual look... but just for mimo... tongue.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Have you lost some weight? I think you looked a tad more elegant when more robust, but that's just me. I also like your older suits more then the recent "skinny" Suit Supply ones, but just a matter of (personal) taste.
The cream, beige sportcoats I haven't seen you posting them in a while which always looked flattering. Nice casual outfit.

 

re: weight - I'm actually in the process of shedding a few extra pounds I put on over Christmas. Another week and I should be done. So maybe I'm in the middle of that unhealthy dieting look which will reverse once I'm back at a stable weight and the body readjusts. But overall, I'm happy with my current weight/look. It's a little less "robust" (I like your choice of word!) but it's healthier and I don't mind the changes in proportion.

 

I like having a range of silhouettes in my wardrobe; I feel there's a place for both the more fashionable and more traditional suits in a collection.

 

re: the lighter jackets - they'll be back once summer returns, rest assured!

 

Originally Posted by DonCologne View Post
 

New Shirt from Luxire with an own designed collar.

 

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I was thinking about that shirt fabric myself; what's it like? Beyond solids, what ties might go well with it? It seems a slightly awkward check size.

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Cant say I'm a fan of the self-designed collar, DonC. Some odd creasing.
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