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post #10546 of 16068
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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

Where is Rambo, and what have you done with him?

Hey, the poor kid deserves some credit when he does something well.

And don't you have a dance routine to be practicing?
post #10547 of 16068
That's more like it.
post #10548 of 16068
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Originally Posted by JapanAlex01 View Post

I think the SC is wonky, that's why there's so much cuff, but the SC could definitely be 1/4 inch longer (at least, in the sleeve). Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Can't lie, this is pretty good.
post #10549 of 16068
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Originally Posted by JapanAlex01 
Shame it tastes a bit like piss. :/

mmm... I'll take your word for it.





Nice jacket.
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Off to work, but first gymtime, hence the terrorist watch.
post #10551 of 16068
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Originally Posted by rms340 View Post

In need of suggestions for casual shoes for me. I'm a 25 year old med student from Dallas. With winter barely hitting Dallas now I was trying to buy some casual shoes to wear with jeans and casual button-ups. I currently have a pair of beeswax Clarks desert boots, but want to add another shoe into the rotation. Any and all suggestions are appreciated!

If it were me and I could one and only one pair of shoes that needed to work in a casual setting but could do double duty if I needed something slightly dressy, I'd buy the "tobacco" Alden longwing that J Crew sells. The color works very well with jeans and chinos, and it doesn't hold a glass-like shine which in my eyes, is about one of the worst looks I have ever seen when paired with jeans.
post #10552 of 16068
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Originally Posted by NewYorkRanger View Post

Today, 63 freakin' degrees. Scheduled class trips all week to a local cemetery, couldn't have worked out better (though Thursday, Friday and next Monday may be a different story)


OK. When I "go", you can put me in a temple like this. biggrin.gif
post #10553 of 16068
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Off to work, but first gymtime, hence the terrorist watch.

Holy crap, hilarious...is that what they're actually called these days?
post #10554 of 16068
These kind of watches are populair among terrorist. Bin ladens had one.
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Sterlingwear Mil Spec coat
Outlier shirt
Baggy old pair of LL Bean chinos

A better picture of what the shirt fabric looks like:

Edited by clarinetplayer - 12/4/12 at 11:23am
post #10556 of 16068
sorry for poor lighting but you can get the idea. shirt is purple and navy check, sweater marbled charcoal fleece. The only aspect I dislike is the near black cuffs and bottom of the sweater. Wore AE wingtop boots.

^I love that shirt fabric CP


post #10557 of 16068
is that sweater from JCrew?
post #10558 of 16068
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Originally Posted by yywwyy View Post

Holy crap, hilarious...is that what they're actually called these days?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Casio_F91W#Claimed_use_in_terrorism

I got one as well... peepwall[1].gif
post #10559 of 16068
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Originally Posted by Rambo View Post

is that sweater from JCrew?

Yeah, i got it the day after thanksgiving for a steal. I was in between sizes so I got the medium as I find tight cotton sweaters to be annoying, not as much stretch as wool.
post #10560 of 16068
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Originally Posted by Citan1145 View Post

Yeah, i got it the day after thanksgiving for a steal. I was in between sizes so I got the medium as I find tight cotton sweaters to be annoying, not as much stretch as wool.

I recognized it from the sales section. Glad I didn't spring for it. I don't think it would have worked for me. Looks good on you, although not in combination with that shirt.
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