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And here's mine. Just the one shot today because I'm hella busy (as is the shirt tie combination, I know).
How was SXSW, CD? Were you there for business or pleasure?



Very nice colors...compliment
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could not disagree more. when i see the lovely texture of the suit in this pic, i think suede all day. a perfect match in every way.

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Fox flannel? Great.
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 I love St. Patty's Day 

It is:

 

St Patrick's Day

or

Patrick's Day 

or

St Paddy's Day 

or

Paddy's Day

 

But never "Patty's" Day. Ever.

 

Speaking as a fully fledged member of this country called Ireland.

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So just when you think spring is around the corner, it's back to "tweed and flannel weather". baldy[1].gif

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It is:

 

St Patrick's Day

or

Patrick's Day 

or

St Paddy's Day 

or

Paddy's Day

 

But never "Patty's" Day. Ever.

 

Speaking as a fully fledged member of this country called Ireland.

 

Do you think it's bizarre that they make guiness green here? I mean, it harkens back to unpleasant folklore from the potato famine if I'm correct...

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Originally Posted by eviltimeban View Post
 

It is:

 

St Patrick's Day

or

Patrick's Day 

or

St Paddy's Day 

or

Paddy's Day

 

But never "Patty's" Day. Ever.

 

Speaking as a fully fledged member of this country called Ireland.

 

Do you think it's bizarre that they make guiness green here? I mean, it harkens back to unpleasant folklore from the potato famine if I'm correct...

Other countries seem to make more of a fuss about it. There's a lot of Irish people who don't give a flying f**k about St Patrick's Day (me included).

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You're not alone, Pingson - it's flannel and cashmere day in NYC today - feh . . .


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Canali jacket
Kamakura bd/dsquare
Hober cashmere tie
No name heavy cotton twill trousers
Vintage saddle shoes
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nice looks, pingson and crusty.

about half a foot of snow here yesterday. so mad.
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nice looks, pingson and crusty.

about half a foot of snow here yesterday. so mad.

Wait what? In Maryland?
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Wait what? In Maryland?

Yep - the cold air from Canada kept the snow south of the metro NYC area, pushing it to Balmer and Philly.
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Orange is also protestant. Not favorable on st Patrick's day as green is Catholic.

No offence but (like lots of American ideas about Ireland and St Patrick's Day) that's nonsense. St Patrick is the patron saint of both Irish Catholics and Irish Protestants. For instance the red cross in the Union Jack is the cross of St Patrick. I know Ireland and our crazy history is confusing but just a little bit of knowledge would be good. nod[1].gif

AAS - I wear black-watch here in Dublin all the time and no one bats an eyelid so thumbs up from this Paddy to your Patrick's Day outfit.
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we get plenty of snow in MD. almost every year. and it sucks.
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Details on the PS please?  I checked the Shibumi website to no avail.  Thx.

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Originally Posted by ridethecliche View Post

Orange is also protestant. Not favorable on st Patrick's day as green is Catholic.

No offence but (like lots of American ideas about Ireland and St Patrick's Day) that's nonsense. St Patrick is the patron saint of both Irish Catholics and Irish Protestants. For instance the red cross in the Union Jack is the cross of St Patrick. I know Ireland and our crazy history is confusing but just a little bit of knowledge would be good. nod[1].gif

AAS - I wear black-watch here in Dublin all the time and no one bats an eyelid so thumbs up from this Paddy to your Patrick's Day outfit.

+1. Most Irish people don't concern themselves with such things, that would be mostly hardline Republicans / Unionists. I wear orange / red / blue / whatever constantly without a second thought as to what it "represents".

 

I despise sectarianism FWIW.

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