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Thom Browne is way too New York for a Texas hillbilly to understand

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Indeed!
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Indeed!

 

This response says a lot about your personality. Welcome to Style Forum!

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I don't believe you can order or let alone even get in the show unless you are there for business. Be it press, buyer, designer etc. It is a trade only show after all. Like all trade shows there is a criteria you need to fill out before they will accept your rego to attend.

Didn't know that. Thought it was open for everybody who had a ticket. 

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This response says a lot about your personality. Welcome to Style Forum!

 

Thank you kindly.

 

(The dirty secret about me is that I'm neither particularly big nor actually Texan. It's just a random username I picked out for myself. But don't tell the others; I kind of dig the "I'm just a simple Texas oilman" kind of vibe).

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Didn't know that. Thought it was open for everybody who had a ticket. 


Correct. It is (was)..30Euro..

 

Regards

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Hear hear...I am wrong in suggesting a little Boardwalk Empire is creeping into fashion with these fab plaids. Calling Mr White...Chalky White....

 

Wonderful use of ties here..

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Correct. It is (was)..30Euro..

Regards

Yea the ticket cost 30 euros but you need to prove that you work in the fashion industry. Buyers, pr people, entrepreneurs, bloggers, journalists all ok. Fashion enthusiasts Who arent in the business can't go though.
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Button stance is too high, jacket is a tad too short, the lapels are nearly too thin, and tie should be a bit wider. All in all, not a bad look for him--for a change.

 

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http://www.brooksbrothers.com/Prince-of-Wales-Classic-Jacket/FM00067,default,pd.html?dwvar_FM00067_Color=BLCK&contentpos=8&cgid=0729 - Black Fleece...assuming.

This thread has overwhelmed me with eyegasms.

This is exactly what I saw at BB. Looks better on Wooster than on me. Might have to get something similar made someday.
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And not one boob in this whole thread. Failure.

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lol @ some of the wooster hate and critiques.
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This is exactly what I saw at BB. Looks better on Wooster than on me. Might have to get something similar made someday.

yeah, based off the pic from the site i think it would look horrible on me too, but would be a very cool suit to have made up, some day.
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Oversized patterns like that one generally look a bit too feminine - however I think Wooster pulls it off.
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Oversized patterns like that one generally look a bit too feminine - however I think Wooster pulls it off.

did you see the model on the bb website?
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Originally Posted by Ich_Dien View Post

Oversized patterns like that one generally look a bit too feminine - however I think Wooster pulls it off.

I've got to agree, he looks great in that picture. Suit would look awful on me I am sure, but for some reason, it looks really good on him..
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