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post #181 of 1879
It was just snapped in a tea house, kinda random setting. The sleeves aren't really too short, it may be the angle, when I wear them with dress shirts it shows about 0.5" of cuff.
post #182 of 1879
I may have good posture, but I need to lose one of my chins. Okay, I know I look dorky , but i need to figure out a better doc coat. These polyester things are horrible. Any ideas?
post #183 of 1879
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Okay, I know I look dorky , but i need to figure out a better doc coat.  These polyester things are horrible.  Any ideas?
You're a dead ringer for Jerry Lewis as the Nutty Professor. I guess you have your halloween costume all figured out.
post #184 of 1879
Wow, that was pretty harsh. My halloween costume?.? SNAP.
post #185 of 1879
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Wow, that was pretty harsh.  My halloween costume?.?  SNAP.
Just teasing mate - between the bow tie and the lab coat and the glasses, I couldn't resist. For what it's worth, you look great in the other pics you've put on here. And kudos to you for posting a pic at all.
post #186 of 1879
heh. I suppose not every outfit choice can be a winner. I looked up Jerry Lewis pictures on the web. I officially hang my hea din shame. -Tom
post #187 of 1879
Tom: I seem to remember a guy who did nice lab coats on the East Coast. I'll try to sift through my e-mails and find him. And I like the bow tie. We Berkeley dudes gotta stick togethjer, even if one of us is now an ex-pat.
post #188 of 1879
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Tom: I seem to remember a guy who did nice lab coats on the East Coast. I'll try to sift through my e-mails and find him. And I like the bow tie. We Berkeley dudes gotta stick togethjer, even if one of us is now an ex-pat.
Yo, CAL '97. Tom, you really wear a bowtie under your labcoat? When I'm in the lab I remove my tie (if I'm wearing one).
post #189 of 1879
I actually don't spend any time in an actual "lab" anymore, and when I did, I wore a heavy smock. I wear the "short" white coat, also called the "consultation" coat, as part of my business uniform. As a chiropractor, I feel that the standard business suit doesn't make sense, and the white coat seems more germane to my position as a doctor. I'd love to have one that is a bit more refined, and designed for appearance more than protection from spills. -Tom
post #190 of 1879
Okay, how about this one, is this combination any better? I really think I can do this bowtie thing. Paul Stewart tie, TM Lewin shirt, crappy lab coat, Carolina Herrera glasses.
post #191 of 1879
Nerd chic? Actually I think it's a pretty neat look. koji
post #192 of 1879
Thanks for the approval gents. I will be moving to Providence, RI in June of 2005 to open a practice with a friend there. I'll let you all know when it happens, and you can refer all of your friends.
post #193 of 1879
I love that bow tie TOM.
post #194 of 1879
 Koji-1, Steinway 87
post #195 of 1879
Koji- Is that a sportjacket or suit? Interesting combination of checked spread collar shirt, pocket square and jacket without tie.
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