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post #106 of 139

great looking show i have an Edward Green shoe like this

post #107 of 139
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5. Maybe 1 in 10 men in dinner jackets wore studs. The others were all in regularly buttoned shirts.
post #108 of 139
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Originally Posted by tgt465 View Post

Dancing with an unbuttoned DB jacket sounds like a recipe for disaster.

Not if you're wearing a cummerbund!
post #109 of 139
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Not if you're wearing a cummerbund!

Don't you still end up with 2 car doors dangling from your armpits and a big conical hump on your back when you lean forward?
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Don't you still end up with 2 car doors dangling from your armpits and a big conical hump on your back when you lean forward?

Don't understand where the hump would come from, but the dangling car door problem isn't so bad, particularly when you have a relatively narrow overlap.
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Don't understand where the hump would come from, but the dangling car door problem isn't so bad, particularly when you have a relatively narrow overlap.

Hmm, I probably have 60 pounds on you, so maybe that's why I have that problem worse than you do. I'm taller and fatter alike, they they look ridiculous when I have them flapping in the wind. As for the hump, they're counter balanced enough to distend the back when their weight brings them down.
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Which shoes did you go with?
post #113 of 139
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Which shoes did you go with?

Alden patent oxfords with silk laces I had to order from Cleverley. Looked pretty darn good.
post #114 of 139
I have to say that for what most people call dancing, the question of whether or not to button the suit jacket is (technically) irrelevant.

Foo, it seems you felt comfortable in your getup and enjoyed the event, congrats!
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Edited by F. Corbera - 11/23/11 at 4:55am
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Matt, did you mention Achillus or Reevolving in your Maid of Homor speech?
BTW, I hope that you did the Funky Chicken, for which an unbuttoned DB offers the potential of awesome moves.
Thank you.

Also, assuming foo did some break dancing, which I think is a safe assumption, a head spin with the unbuttoned DB would create magnificent whirling dirvish with the unbuttoned DB.
post #117 of 139
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Matt, did you mention Achillus or Reevolving in your Maid of Homor speech?
BTW, I hope that you did the Funky Chicken, for which an unbuttoned DB offers the potential of awesome moves.
Thank you.

Every dance I do has a little Funky Chicken in it.
post #118 of 139
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Every dance I do has a little Funky Chicken in it.

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Edited by F. Corbera - 11/23/11 at 4:54am
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Every dance I do has a little Funky Chicken in it.

You are a funky chicken.
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