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post #91 of 121
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Originally Posted by EriQ009 View Post

You claim to wear suits "...like they are a second skin.", but this whole thing appears terribly contrived. It brings to mind the adage, "clothes do not make the man, but when he is made, they greatly improve his appearance." Perhaps you should place more effort in making something of yourself and less on what your are wearing to your classes.

Don't be so presumptious- you have no right to assume he isn't placing enough effort in what is important! He can do what he wants and if he takes pride in wearing suits, why should he not?
post #92 of 121
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Originally Posted by PapaRubbery View Post

OP, I'm probably wealthier than you. 

But I never wore suits every day when I was sixteen. 

Do you even chase women? 

A noteworthy point to make however, is my friend, who is personally worth 100 mil +, wears polos and jeans to graduate school. 

He's also better than you. Peasant. 

Unbelievable! You're flaunting your wealth here and also calling someone a peasant? That is horrendous behaviour I can't believe someone would say such a thing.
post #93 of 121
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Originally Posted by kirker View Post

For that matter, since when are Brits familiar with the American show "Suits"? My troll-dar is going off...

There is such a thing as internet. In fact, you might be using it right now without being aware of it.
I'm not american either and I'm familiar with the show.
post #94 of 121
The OP should turn this post to something relevant to SF. He has adequately confirmed that he is arrogant and has little understanding of relationships etc but how about telling us of what he knows of bespoke tailoring.

So full description of the Charlie Allan suits, cloth, colours, style details right down to pockets in the trousers and coats. He might even post photographs to see what he really understands about clothing and demonstrate the thought process he has followed.
post #95 of 121
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Originally Posted by AriGold View Post


Unbelievable! You're flaunting your wealth here and also calling someone a peasant? That is horrendous behaviour I can't believe someone would say such a thing.

 

If you couldn't interpret the extreme tongue in cheek nature of my comment, you'll never make it as a talent agent. 

post #96 of 121
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Originally Posted by HarveySpecter View Post

I must admit, I originally started wearing suits because I had to keep my father's reputation. But now I have a grown to appreciate fine suits. Regardless of whether my dad is a billionaire or homeless, the one thing I hope wouldn't change would be my suits. Maybe I phrase the OP wrong. Maybe I should have said "I WILL be wearing suits to college, could you guys give me some advise as to what people might think"

 

Thank you


Here's my experience with private school - people will either think you're a cunt, or they'll not bat an eyelid. That's going to be based on your personality, not the way you dress. Schools like that are full of rich kids, so you won't be anything special. Learn to stand on something more than blatant displays of your wealth and hopefully you'll do okay.

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by kirker View Post

Since when does a Brit use the word "college"? You're attending university. You'd only say "college" if you, say, attended Hertford College at the University of Oxford, but in general parlance outside of university you'd rarely, if ever, use the term.

 

For that matter, since when are Brits familiar with the American show "Suits"? My troll-dar is going off...

 

College is pretty common in the UK, it refers pretty specifically to either sixth form, or to places you can get vocational diplomas like a BTEC or GNVQ.

post #97 of 121
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Originally Posted by PapaRubbery View Post

If you couldn't interpret the extreme tongue in cheek nature of my comment, you'll never make it as a talent agent. 

Likewise, pink haired man.
post #98 of 121
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Originally Posted by AriGold View Post


Likewise, pink haired man.

 

I just went full retard, didn't I? 

post #99 of 121
It's OK. we've all been there. Despite what Robert Downey Junior says, I still managed to become the top agent in hollywood. foo.gif
post #100 of 121
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Originally Posted by AriGold View Post

It's OK. we've all been there. Despite what Robert Downey Junior says, I still managed to become the top agent in hollywood. foo.gif

 

Good thing my retardation didn't cost me a MTO Forest Green Hermes deerskin breast wallet foo.gif

post #101 of 121
If OP is as wealthy as he claims, he can wear whatever he wants and his school mates will love him anyway.
Edited by erpet - 5/6/13 at 7:59am
post #102 of 121
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Originally Posted by PapaRubbery View Post

 

I just went full retard, didn't I? 

God I love this thread.

post #103 of 121

OP, why don't you post some pictures of yourself in your nice bespoke suits instead of asking us whether you should wear them? I'm sure the SF community would appreciate those, and could help you with actual questions you might have regarding the suits. 

post #104 of 121
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Originally Posted by Loathing View Post

The UK is in Europe.

They don't think so! biggrin.gif
post #105 of 121

I know I shouldn't be reading this thread, but I can't help myself.

 

Bravo Harvey Spector! You get TOTW!

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