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post #4966 of 16199
Forced by the vagaries of luggage space to wear my running shoes for today's journey. I will spare you the visual. I'm sure you can imagine the horror.

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post #4967 of 16199
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Originally Posted by fritzl View Post

burn the shirt, shoes are oldmanish, imo.
btw, you cannot flip them with that much wrinkles.

fritzl you wear bleached jeans. your arguments are invalid.
post #4968 of 16199
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post

fritzl you wear bleached jeans. your arguments are invalid.

I never come into this thread, but I saw this come up as the last post and wanted to tell you all that this should be sigged.

That is all, carry on.
post #4969 of 16199

Bringing the GATs to the mail for SF members all around the world, from Taipeh to Vancouver:

 

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post #4970 of 16199
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Originally Posted by clapeyron View Post

Bringing the GATs to the mail for SF members all around the world, from Taipeh to Vancouver:
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shirt (tailorstore, hidden button down) close up
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I think your shirt is just a liiiiiiittle too tight.
post #4971 of 16199
There was a British boyband on SNL last night and their supertight clothes/general look made me think of the current trends on SF.
post #4972 of 16199

it ain't even that tight... :-(

when I took the pic I just came out of the gym.

please ignore the reds. 
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post #4973 of 16199
Haven't posted a fit in this thread for a couple of weeks now. Here's one from Saturday:

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post #4974 of 16199
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Originally Posted by gnatty8 View Post

Haven't posted a fit in this thread for a couple of weeks now. Here's one from Saturday:
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Gnatty8, can the jacket still be purchased in stores?
post #4975 of 16199
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Originally Posted by Mr.K View Post

Gnatty8, can the jacket still be purchased in stores?

I am sure it can, but what I am not sure of is if there are any Belstaff retail stores in the U.S. You might try their website but I don't know if you can actually buy from there. Good luck.
post #4976 of 16199
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post #4977 of 16199
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Originally Posted by NewYorkRanger View Post

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I like those sneaks Rob, they look great with the rest of the fit..
post #4978 of 16199
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Originally Posted by clapeyron View Post

it ain't even that tight... :-(


when I took the pic I just came out of the gym.


please ignore the reds. 
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As much as I like slim fits and all that, you could really use and inch or two around the body.
post #4979 of 16199
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post

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Apparently, if I put my books in fewer but taller piles, they'll look more organized. How paradoxical.
post #4980 of 16199
Not sure how "casual" this is, but Happy Easter guys...will be watching Analyze This tonight when the kids go to sleep just to hear Billy Crystal do, "Easter Weekend!" when he sees the paesans at the meetup.
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G- that jacket is siiick. Love it. If I were ever going to get a bike (prob not happening as the Mrs and I are in discussion for #3, and leaving her a widow with 2 was pushing it) I'd ride with that.
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