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post #22141 of 37392
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Originally Posted by sebastian mcfox View Post
 

What sort of tie pairings should I be looking at for this suit? Tried searching the Noodle archives but found nada.

 

 

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As for shoes, I imagine everything from mid-brown to black would work. How about suede?

A dark solid navy grenedine...

 

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post #22142 of 37392
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Originally Posted by jssdc View Post


Dude there's something funny going on with your sig....like its says there's a Formosa for sale?

Wtf

FUDGE! MRS. NOODLES MUST HAVE HIJACKED MY ACCOUNT!

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He spent all of his money on hair dye.
 
...and on watching Cinderella and lots of FOOD
post #22143 of 37392
A shame you're selling that suit. Hopefully a quick sale for you.
post #22144 of 37392
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Originally Posted by TM79 View Post

A shame you're selling that suit. Hopefully a quick sale for you.

We shall see. I almost want to just keep it from looking at the pix...

post #22145 of 37392
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Originally Posted by The Noodles View Post
 

A dark solid navy grenedine...

 

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Is that a Hober in the pic? If so I'm wearing the exact same tie today..

post #22146 of 37392
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Originally Posted by The Noodles View Post
 

We shall see. I almost want to just keep it from looking at the pix...

Why do you want to sell? You were going for an all Formosa wardrobe and now you're selling one of your best fitting suits. 

post #22147 of 37392
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Originally Posted by sebastian mcfox View Post
 

Is that a Hober in the pic? If so I'm wearing the exact same tie today..

This one is Vanda. A 9cm Drake is on its way...I think. I also have the Sam Hober navy grenedine. Love it.

 

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Originally Posted by SeaJen View Post
 

Why do you want to sell? You were going for an all Formosa wardrobe and now you're selling one of your best fitting suits. 

I lost 10 lbs before the trip and gained it all back and can't get into them pants! And they cannot be let out anymore.

post #22148 of 37392
Whoa why selling that suit noodles?

Edit: just saw your reply. Too bad about the pants. Just lose ten lbs again when you get back to dc.

Is that the one you got from murl?
post #22149 of 37392
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

It's one of my very few pet peeves.  I really really really dislike that.  

Really

Ok then! (This is as strong a dissent as I've ever heard you voice.)
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If I get a few more of "why?!" questions, I might just pull it down. 

post #22151 of 37392
You could a) lose the weight again, or b) buy more fabric from H&S and have fields (or Luxire or someone) make you new trousers.

Seems like a shame to get rid of a nice looking jacket at a loss.
post #22152 of 37392
Well to be clear my why question was bc I thought you loved the suit.
post #22153 of 37392
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

It's one of my very few pet peeves.  I really really really dislike that.  

Really

Could you say more as to why? Curious because I only own double cuff shirts (that I woukd wear with a tie, that is) and wonder if I should order a barrel cuff or two.
post #22154 of 37392
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Originally Posted by LeBeef View Post

Well to be clear my why question was bc I thought you loved the suit.

I actually love the P.O.W. the most and then the navy birdseye. 

This one is hated by the person that I love the most. 

post #22155 of 37392
Ridiculous, Noodles. Drop a few lbs. ( I think you're teetering on the precipice of a picnic attack right about now; perhaps a slight nudge will put you over the edge?)
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