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@ RTC beware of crepe soled desert boots. I have a couple of pairs of Clark's and they are great 'weekend' footwear, but they don't offer much in the way of arch support etc, so I reckon would be hard on the ol' dogs if you are walking in them all day.

 

I'd probably throw insoles in them. I think clark DB's fit big so I'd likely have to size down as well. I've got my eye on a few things.


Honestly, I probably have more than enough shoes at this point of time. I should start paring down to the things I really need haha. I like the idea of being slightly more utilitarian!

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@ Southerstyle I live in Chapel Hill and looking forward to stopping in!

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Did my taxes today.  For the first time in many, many years, I pretty much broke even.  :slayer:

 

 

 

 

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I posted this in the other forum and everyone hated it (I mean it's a bit tryhard I guess). I kinda like it though. Everyone here feel the same?

 

Sorry don't have full body photo, and the blazer is a bit scrunched up because I have to hold the camera up, but you get the... picture.

 

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@An Acute Style, I dared to click the spoiler. I was terrified.

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I'm sure you're preaching to the choir with this, but i find it hilarious, not annoying at all, that you (and a few others) presuppose that when I get into these kind of debates I'm annoyed / angry / bitter. Nothing could be further from the truth. It's pictures. Of clothes. On the Internet. Funny how come no one questions my credibility to comment when I'm lashing out compliments, (much more common for me than otherwise) only when it's something critical. So whenever you regale us with your adventures in the world of art galleries, should we accept your critique at face value, or should we demand to see examples of your finger painting skills before we give any credence to your comments?

I just knew you weren't going to be able to leave this alone. Jesus Christ, that must be some stratospheric level of 'butt hurt' you must have reached to be still banging on with your pathetic personal vendetta against me, all for some mildly critical comment I made ... How many years ago? Just let it go, man.

While I maintain my position of not getting personally offended by messages on this board, I'm not surprised to read your opposing view, its clear you're a sensitive soul. Lets not forget you always used to end your daily post with 'have at it gents' but I noticed not long after the exchange in question you stopped doing this. Should we take it then that you really don't post here to invite any kind of criticism at all, and only do so to get 'thumbs' and compliments to make your day? You should just say so, and we can respond to you every day how maaaahvellous you look, then perhaps you'll stop accusing me of being a woman and I can one day get out of therapy, get off the medication and maybe even sleep at night once I can be sure that the long nightmare of being insulted by a stranger on the Internet is finally over for me. I can but hope.

I still remember you self destructing on here and accusing Vox of being homophobic, but the best was when you flounced off the board in a fit of pique at some perceived sleight, back to Ask Andy whence you came, (didn't you come to this board for the same reason? you really must have thin skin!) saluting us with some uproarious comment about leaving us to our 'cess pool of psycho - sexual ... ' whatever. Now THAT was really funny. You should try that again some time if you really want to make us laugh. Meanwhile like everything else on the Internet, if you don't like my comments just ignore them. I'll get over it, I hope one day you will. Good luck with that. I should really follow my own advice and not bother commenting on anything else you have to write about this, even though I suspect you won't be able to resist the temptation to try and score some more points and really put me in my place. It's been done to death already and I'm sure the vast majority looking in on this thread would prefer to see pictures rather than this pathetic bickering. Let it go man.

I am taking the simplest solution to this problem, and am blocking you. I suggest that you do the same - that way, I don't have to listen to you, nor you to me, and the rest of the world can get on with more interesting subjects.
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Some fits from last week.  Apologies if multis aren't appropriate.  Re 2, would have preferred a blue shirt, but none clean.  Re 4, colors looked better in real life, IMO...there's tan in the jacket that doesn't come through here.  Have at it.

 

 

 

 

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@Claghorn  Nope, not confused, i always notice your ties. so you can go back and critique your own knots.  especially your challenge one recently. 

 

not hatin'. just suggest that many sort their own fits before trying to dismiss others. -crisp shirt BTW :fonz:

 

@Laniceman, keep standing your ground, i respect that. just chill, and accept the juvenile mentalities. post some fits, and thumb fits you like.  simple.:)

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I'd actually like to see some fits from him tbh.

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Looks like a great week AZwildcat.
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Opened our new store today icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

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Southern, been missing your fits - good to see you back, hope you get back to posting more.

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@size 38R - what exactly do you think is wrong with Claghorn's knot? It seems to me like a pretty good example of how to do a FiH. It's not a question of 'hating' - it's a question of knowing what you are looking at and talking about.

 

You could get away with being as arrogant and patronising as you try to be if you were always impeccably dressed, but there is absolutely no way that anything you have ever posted is anywhere near the level of even Claghorn's worst fits, however boring you think they are. You really need to get the basics right before you can claim to be doing anything better than the norm, and the two things you could learn from Claghorn are 1. how to do the basics perfectly, and, 2. why subtle variation can be richer and more satisfying than boldness and crazy gestures.

 

 

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Did my taxes today.  
That overcoat is awesome.
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I posted this in the other forum and everyone hated it (I mean it's a bit tryhard I guess). I kinda like it though. Everyone here feel the same?

 

Sorry don't have full body photo, and the blazer is a bit scrunched up because I have to hold the camera up, but you get the... picture.

 

 

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This would be fine in an upmarket nite-club (-'s the chain) Isolation-  is that what you're going for?

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Some fits from last week.  Apologies if multis aren't appropriate.  Re 2, would have preferred a blue shirt, but none clean.  Re 4, colors looked better in real life, IMO...there's tan in the jacket that doesn't come through here.  Have at it.


 

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Take the square from #1, angle it the other way in pocket of #4 and you're good to go azwildcat

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