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No worries.   weell, the 'batch' part worries me  (I was just reflecting on some old Hobers I don't wear much now.)

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Well if I'm gonna pay 50 euros in shipping imma get a whole bunch!

 

I joke, though, I do think I want 3-4 at least as I'm missing a few essentials, like a black brown and navy grenadine.

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+1000 for Iso's getting a better angle for photos. These photos are worse than worthless because they leave what is almost certainly an unwarranted negative impression of the clothes.
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Okay, I'll try figure out a way. MY FLAT IS TOO SMALL. I can't quite ask my spouse to leave the house with me to take a picture in the grass field every day.

 

Can I??

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Originally Posted by archibaldleach View Post

I'd greatly prefer too trendy to clueless, but this is coming from someone with experience in law and finance. If I have to put someone in front of a client, I'd rather they care about clothes and I perhaps have to advise them to dress more conservatively than have them look sloppy.


I've read of some people showing up wearing Thom browne suits lol.
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Originally Posted by EliodA View Post

Absolutely right. However for someone in the medical field,I'd be worried if I were RTC to come across as someone who is more concerned about his outward appearance than what really matters. Style over substance? Not in this case....
If I were him I'd be more worried about what I was going to say in that interview than how I would look.

One can worry about both smile.gif
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RTC

My abiding impression should not be of how you dress or of your combinations or fit, but of your answers to my questions, your comportment, your engagement, etc. Please prepare for your interviews and stop reading SF until you are done. 

Your future interviewers.

I have plenty of research and life experience to discuss. smile.gif
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Originally Posted by Isolation View Post

Okay, I'll try figure out a way. MY FLAT IS TOO SMALL. I can't quite ask my spouse to leave the house with me to take a picture in the grass field every day.

Can I??

I believe some SF members already do this. Mind you, you need to prepare for some eye rolling and the like.

As a single man, I am stuck with mediocre photography which is one reason I don't post many full fit pictures.
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And considering who this thread is named after, I will be very impressed if Noodles manages to get his wife to take photos of him for SF purposes...
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Originally Posted by archibaldleach View Post


I believe some SF members already do this. Mind you, you need to prepare for some eye rolling and the like.

As a single man, I am stuck with mediocre photography which is one reason I don't post many full fit pictures.

 

 

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And considering who this thread is named after, I will be very impressed if Noodles manages to get his wife to take photos of him for SF purposes...

 

How about a tripod to attach to the camera?

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How about a tripod to attach to the camera?

Less desirable than a bipod, though. wink.gif
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How about a tripod to attach to the camera?

Too much technological sophistication for me. I have no real life use for a legitimate camera and am not about to buy one for SF purposes.
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My spouse is awake with no coffee and I told them "Styleforum thinks you should go out to the grass with me in the mornings to take pictures for my fits."

 

"Styleforum can go fuck themselves."

 

Sorry guys, just relaying the message, don't blame me.

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Too much technological sophistication for me. I have no real life use for a legitimate camera and am not about to buy one for SF purposes.

A nice camera is a good investment IMHO. I certainly didn't buy my camera for SF purposes (even though that's it's main use atm wink.gif )
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Originally Posted by cjamesstyle View Post

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lol. Is that for real??
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Just bizarre, this spam.

 

A bit early for April Fool's day?

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