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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.

Really?

Just a tad?

You don't say...
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Lots of interesting stuff on display, it would appear, and lots of "interesting" stuff.
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I was about to get on this, and then also stopped. I fool myself by assuming that those posts are meant to be satire.
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frown.gif what did i miss?
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Thread Starter 
On a completely classic menswear approved note, read and see pictures about the Belvest FW13 collection here.

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Originally Posted by A.J.V View Post

I think he's referring to Ducal (-Firenze) Shoes.

Beautiful hand-crafted shoes, the collection was really nice.

Not to be confused with Doucal's, also Italian shoe brand.

some cool shoes in there. thanks for the clarification.

 

Yup, and thanks too!

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frown.gif what did i miss?

The correct classical way of writing dictates that you should capitalize the first letter of your sentence, as well as "I," the first-person singular nominative case personal pronoun. You should also place the emoticon at the end of your question.
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The correct classical way of writing dictates that you should capitalize the first letter of your sentence, as well as "I," the first-person singular nominative case personal pronoun. You should also place the emoticon at the end of your question.

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The correct classical way of writing dictates that you should capitalize the first letter of your sentence, as well as "I," the first-person singular nominative case personal pronoun. You should also place the emoticon at the end of your question.

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1. i generally do not capitalize my posts. unless they are done by talk to text on my phone, or a particularly serious post. i peck, as apposed to classical typing, and i lack the skill and zest, to use the shift key as i properly should. i am sorry.

2. i was not aware that there were official grammatical rules pertaining to emoticons. i will try to remember that.


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now,

What did I miss? frown.gif
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frown.gif what did i miss?

JapanAlex helpfully provided Wooster a list of alterations to take to his local drycleaner to have his suit fixed up.
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The correct, classical way of writing dictates that you should capitalize the first letter of your sentence, as well as "I," the first-person singular nominative case personal pronoun. You should also place the emoticon at the end of your question.

You missed the comma after 'correct.' However, I took the liberty of correcting your glaring error.
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You missed the comma after 'correct.' However, I took the liberty of correcting your glaring error.
you missed the second comma after "classical way of writing"
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yOU aLL wORrY tOo mUcH ABoUt SpeLInG AnD gRAMmAR oN tHe iNTERNetS.
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The correct classical way of writing dictates that you should capitalize the first letter of your sentence, as well as "I," the first-person singular nominative case personal pronoun. You should also place the emoticon at the end of your question.
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You missed the comma after 'correct.' However, I took the liberty of correcting your glaring error.
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you missed the second comma after "classical way of writing"

I think one of you gentlemen was a reviewer of my last manuscript...

Everytime I see "The Upright Man" I think of Jimmy the Hand.
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