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Stitch, well done on the weight loss!
The outfit too looks very good.
Would love to see the same composition with less elongated shoes though!
To my eyes they look a bit off balance.
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Originally Posted by Xtra View Post

Stitch: Is that the Inverallan 6A sweater? Anyway a great look and a nice looking sweater.

Thanks! Its the SNS Herning stark.

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Originally Posted by Louis XIV View Post

Stitch, well done on the weight loss!
The outfit too looks very good.
Would love to see the same composition with less elongated shoes though!
To my eyes they look a bit off balance.

Thanks! Dont bet on it tho. Better of adjusting your eyes. wink.gif
post #13608 of 16822
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

was 60 degrees out when i left the house so i took the opportunity to bust out the stark. satisfied.gif


and yay for new wrist gear!!!

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GREAT watch, great fit

If I had to nitpick, I'd point out that I think the toe on that chukka is too dressy
post #13609 of 16822
Thanks!!

A nice thought, though incorrect. Especially with the tapered pents.

smile.gif
post #13610 of 16822
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Exactly. Same for the three page conversation on how to roll up your shirt. 

 

I so happen to put my belt on the 'right' way, if there is such a thing. 

 

I think we had at least a two-pager convo in the recent past about the belt thing as well. Though, the belt thing doesn't seem as much like "convention vs. defying convention" as it does just something that a know-nothing sales associate made up to give the impression that he knows something about mens style. All that to say, there is no rule and never really has been.

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Thanks! Its the SNS Herning stark.

 

Excellent, thanks!

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was 60 degrees out when i left the house so i took the opportunity to bust out the stark. satisfied.gif


and yay for new wrist gear!!!





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Love the look stitchy. BTW congrats on the rolly!!!
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

was 60 degrees out when i left the house so i took the opportunity to bust out the stark. satisfied.gif


and yay for new wrist gear!!!
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Couple of slacker fits from yesterday evening & today:

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Great looks you two.

 

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

was 60 degrees out when i left the house so i took the opportunity to bust out the stark. satisfied.gif


and yay for new wrist gear!!!


 

 

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Lookin good Stich and Josh!

post #13615 of 16822
long time no see...
Stamps on pants made by me.
http://the-bigwig.blogspot.com/2013/07/sweter-w-lecie-na-tapecie-preppy.html

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Nice sweater stitch
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My third and favorite pair of fun shorts.  

 

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post #13618 of 16822
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Lookin good Stich and Josh!


Thanks Mark!

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Edited by Kaplan - 8/1/13 at 6:19pm
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Originally Posted by justinkapur View Post

Love the look stitchy. BTW congrats on the rolly!!!
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Originally Posted by joshuasaussey View Post

Great looks you two. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)







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Lookin good Stich and Josh!
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Originally Posted by gyasih View Post

Nice sweater stitch
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A 6A looks like so: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Among other differences from Stitch's Stark it has wooden buttons and a shawl collar.

thank you all very kindly!

looking good your own self, joshua.
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