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Originally Posted by John Doe View Post

Gig line.teacha.gif If it's sloppy you get gigged (an infraction) during inspection.

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Originally Posted by hpreston View Post

Men's belts should be worn with the free end pointing to the left, women's belts to the right. The line between shirt, belt buckle, fly is a gig line.

John Doe beat me to it. Didn't read far enough.

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Jib didn't seem right.
post #11957 of 16365
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Originally Posted by Dewi View Post


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Jib didn't seem right.

You were probably thinking of ship sails.
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Or the projecting arm of a crane.

post #11959 of 16365
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Originally Posted by John Doe View Post

You were probably thinking of ship sails.

That's probably it.
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Originally Posted by Winston S. View Post


This is opposite of how I wear my belt too. This would seem unnatural for me to buckle my belt. You must pull the tail end with your left hand and adjust the tang with your right hand then or maybe just buckle your belt with one hand (left).

He may well be naturally left handed, as hinted at or asked before, and is simply unaware of it.  It is not unusual for parents to force left handed children to do things right handed.  Or perhaps he is ambidextrous.  I have never thought about how anyone wears their belt.  Now I have another meaningless thought to clutter my already over crowded simple mind.

 

Cheers,

post #11961 of 16365
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Originally Posted by Citan1145 View Post

From yesterday evening. I seem to always fall back to this color combo for this jacket haha. Enjoy your tuesday folks. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)






Is this sport coat from Brooks Brothers? I swear I have the exact same one.
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A heat wave, today! Temps reached 40! Time to get the Barbour out.
post #11963 of 16365
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

pants are not as dark as they appear in full length shot.


Stitcharoo, noice.

Only thing I'd nitpick is the scale of the gingham. I liek the smaller scale on mine

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thanks, jrd.

s'ok, as a shirt i like your gingham better too, but in this casual application i prefer the larger check of my lowly j crew. smile.gif

my fave of that pattern is NOBDs salvatore piccolo. want so bad.
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looks cool, big T, but you look disappoint in something. whassamattah?
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Happy thursday everyone. Sweater is camel if there is any uncertainty.


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awesome.
post #11969 of 16365
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Originally Posted by Tirailleur1 View Post


Interesting experiment of mixing formal & informal. I'd probably like it more with a different navy jacket rather than a pinstripe, but then again, that might blur the point of the aggressive juxtaposition. Overall, I'm not personally convinced. But more importantly, did you enjoy wearing it and did elicit the reactions you thought it would?

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Today
 

 

 

 


Edited by ckprax - 3/7/13 at 9:35am
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