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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post
 

Do what @Roycru does and ask random people on the street.


Claghorn is correct.  If you are not with someone who can take your picture just ask someone to take your picture.

Pictures taken in mirrors never come out well.  Every so often, I take a picture in a mirror to confirm that mirror pictures never come out well.  I usually don't post these mirror pictures, but here's one of my mirror pictures so that everyone can see how bad mirror pictures always are.

It's a picture that I took in a mirror in the bathroom in one of bedrooms in a private railroad car.

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@Caustic Man why didn't you choose corozo?
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Originally Posted by heldentenor View Post

CM, I think I'd go with horn.  It's seasonally versatile, and button contrast for sportcoats isn't nearly as important as tastefulness/versatility when we're talking about non-navy colors (and even when we're talking about navy for me, but others will disagree). 


 



Agree with above
post #26134 of 37396
Random observation of the day: a dude in the park using his suit jacket as a picnic blanket and then going for a nap on top of it.
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They call that steez where I come from.

post #26136 of 37396
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They call that steez where I come from.

Depends on the jacket, ha.
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By the way, what happened to @in stitches?
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Originally Posted by Roycru View Post

It's a picture that I took in a mirror in the bathroom in one of bedrooms in a private railroad car.

 

You say "private railroad car" like this is the Orient Express, but in fact you just mean that this is a private sleeping berth and you are on Amtrak, right?

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By the way, what happened to @in stitches?

He's on vacation all week. He met up with Synthese a couple days ago and posted a shot in SWD WAWT.
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By the way, what happened to @in stitches?
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Originally Posted by Murlsquirl View Post

He's on vacation all week. He met up with Synthese a couple days ago and posted a shot in SWD WAWT.

This is correct. I do miss you guys though!
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Originally Posted by sprout2 View Post
 

 

You say "private railroad car" like this is the Orient Express, but in fact you just mean that this is a private sleeping berth and you are on Amtrak, right?


No, it's not an Amtrak train.  I don't ride on Amtrak trains.  It's a privately owned railroad car that originally belonged to the Pennsylvania Railroad and still has some original Pennsylvania Railroad graphics in the lounge area at the end of the car.

Asking others to take your picture doesn't always work, as can be seen here in a picture taken in the lounge area of the car by one of the porters.  It's not focused correctly.  I usually don't post the pictures that others take that are not focused correctly.

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Originally Posted by Roycru View Post
 


No, it's not an Amtrak train.  I don't ride on Amtrak trains.  It's a privately owned railroad car that originally belonged to the Pennsylvania Railroad and still has some original Pennsylvania Railroad graphics in the lounge area at the end of the car.
 

 

You win this round.

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I didn't realize James Taggart was on styleforum! It's really a small world.
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Thread Starter 

Two staples from Hober at 50 a piece

 

(a navy pindot and a gray PoW)

 

http://www.styleforum.net/t/502257/tie-sale-sam-hober-canali-ferragamo-polo/0_20

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You have a grey PoW Clags?
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