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post #10231 of 13329
Thanks for noticing and appreciating, C. cheers.gif
post #10232 of 13329
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

o/o , what goes through your mind when you wear grey, pink and black and then decide to go with brown suede shoes?

It's pretty clear to me looking at this: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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that black shoes would work infinitely better.

 

Black shoes are too "easy". Most anyone can do that. In fact, most do so by "accident". But I do agree that a blue shirt would provide sufficient tonal cohesion to create the right blend. Thanks for sharing!

post #10233 of 13329
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Originally Posted by TheDCBaron View Post

Black shoes are too "easy". Most anyone can do that. In fact, most do so by "accident". But I do agree that a blue shirt would provide sufficient tonal cohesion to create the right blend. Thanks for sharing!

WTF?

1) Necro-post. Cripes.
2) I don't think that anyone who has more than a dozen posts here could argue that GDL has some of the best taste on the whole board.

"Thanks for sharing" indeed.
post #10234 of 13329
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Originally Posted by TheDCBaron View Post
 

 

Black shoes are too "easy". Most anyone can do that. In fact, most do so by "accident". But I do agree that a blue shirt would provide sufficient tonal cohesion to create the right blend. Thanks for sharing!

Is "too easy" really such a bad thing? I'd rather not look like I'm trying too hard.

 

Of course, with the quoted rig, I'd think of brown suede shoes as the path of least resistance (dandyish rig with a flannel suit), so what do I know?

post #10235 of 13329
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Originally Posted by aravenel View Post

WTF?
1) Necro-post. Cripes.
2) I don't think that anyone who has more than a dozen posts here could argue that GDL has some of the best taste on the whole board.
"Thanks for sharing" indeed.

lolthis.
post #10236 of 13329

How does this taste?

 


 

Closeup and shoes (Click to show)

 


Edited by Caustic Man - 10/7/13 at 2:52pm
post #10237 of 13329
You have posed the question in such a way that I am reluctant to answer...
post #10238 of 13329

Well I can tell you how it tastes. Like Elmer's glue.

post #10239 of 13329
it will make you high?
post #10240 of 13329

High as a kite if you tell me it looks awesome.

post #10241 of 13329
im no arbiter of taste. but, minus the PS, i like the top half.
post #10242 of 13329
this is fantastic
Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

is this of the taste that is good?
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Beaut jacket-  patch flap u don't see too much of. nice

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Originally Posted by Caustic Man View Post
 

How does this taste?

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 


 

Closeup and shoes (Click to show)

 

 

 

OD/OT  yr back!  ..  wait

 

 

post #10243 of 13329
Thanks, pliny. : )
post #10244 of 13329
I know most of the forum elders have gone on to Valinor, but perhaps a few still watch like canta and doc, what's the thought on blue/grey odd trousers? Grey odd trousers, especially flannel, are beloved. But from time to time in pics, a certain shade of a brown or light brown looks just a bit off with a true mid-grey. Blues and browns work well for the most part, so what if the grey were given a bit of a blue cast. Not AFB. Not that saturated. More of a slate blue. Or does that still risk looking like the suit jacket is missing? I would love to hear from anyone who watches this thread, not just the elders.
post #10245 of 13329
Historically the forum shuns blue odd pants, as they are tricky to pull off in the context of an odd jacket and trousers. This is also magnified by the forums general distaste for grey odd jackets, which would make for the most obvious combination with blue pants.
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