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Looks nice @cezinho … great first post! So no ball busting for red ties or are we done with that? Loafers? Oh the horror!


It would seem we are all very well versed in preserved-fruit-in-jars products… I like all of those! nod[1].gif
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It's a decent red tie as far as red ties go.

And suede loafers are excellent. They're my next shoe.
post #33678 of 37396
Long day...

But happy with new my Hober and Wang

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Originally Posted by Kid Nickels View Post

Looks nice @cezinho … great first post! So no ball busting for red ties or are we done with that? Loafers? Oh the horror!


It would seem we are all very well versed in preserved-fruit-in-jars products… I like all of those! nod[1].gif


I think it doesn't qualify for a "red tie".:)

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Looks nice @cezinho … great first post!

 

I might be missing something here, but AFAIK @cezinho has been posting baller fits for a few months now.

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I might be missing something here, but AFAIK @cezinho
 has been posting baller fits for a few months now.

Indeed. One of my favourites on WAYWRN at the moment.
post #33682 of 37396

thank you gents, i really appreciate your words.

the first post things was actually mentioned by my, meaning the first post on this thread and not on the forum.

 

thank yuo.

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It's a decent red tie as far as red ties go.

And suede loafers are excellent. They're my next shoe.

 

Change in the No Loafer policy?

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As a short guy with long legs I have always found the formula of jacket as long as possible and pants hems with as minimal a break as possible to ameliorate height issues.

To quote everyone's favorite Ent: "That doesn't make any sense to me. But then again, you are very small." biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by sebastian mcfox View Post

Long day...

But happy with new my Hober and Wang

 

Looks great.  I just received the same tie, but have not had a chance to wear it yet.  I have the navy and burgundy versions as well, which I wear pretty regularly.

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I think it doesn't qualify for a "red tie".smile.gif


Hey nothing wrong with a red tie.
post #33687 of 37396

Let's play... Orphan or odd jacket 

 

 

 

Thanks for the help in advance. 

post #33688 of 37396

^^^I don't know how it started life, but easily passable (and attractive IMO) as an odd jacket.

post #33689 of 37396

wish it didn't have flaps, but odd jacket

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Definitely an odd jacket.  

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