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post #8431 of 37405
Nigel!
Stop playing around. You had me fooled for just one second. Lol
The pocket square credit to wife
Shirt credit to clags
Shoes credit to Cleav
And baf suit credit to Noodles
post #8432 of 37405
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Originally Posted by The Noodles View Post

Nigel!
Stop playing around. You had me fooled for just one second. Lol
The pocket square credit to wife
Shirt credit to clags
Shoes credit to Cleav
And baf suit credit to Noodles

I thought I was the only one who knew his real identity... I believe he may be the only one that knows what I look like though.
post #8433 of 37405
Nice shoes BTW!
post #8434 of 37405
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Originally Posted by The Noodles View Post

Murl, just keep that (blqnk) for just couple more weeks. I is will get it fo sho.

Not going anywhere.
post #8435 of 37405
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Originally Posted by Murlsquirl View Post

Nice collar on that shirt, Rudals. You can always send the shirt to Luxire and have them replicate it.

I respectfully disagree: I think Noodles needs a higher shirt collar...
post #8436 of 37405
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Originally Posted by EliodA View Post

I respectfully disagree: I think Noodles needs a higher shirt collar...

I see what you're saying, but I kind of figured that it appeared that way because of the way he was taking the picture....arms held out and jackets collar rising on his neck.
post #8437 of 37405
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Originally Posted by Murlsquirl View Post

I see what you're saying, but I kind of figured that it appeared that way because of the way he was taking the picture....arms held out and jackets collar rising on his neck.

Could be. There's only one person who knows for sure... Noodles, is the collar high enough?
post #8438 of 37405
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Originally Posted by The Noodles View Post

Nigel!
Stop playing around. You had me fooled for just one second. Lol
The pocket square credit to wife
Shirt credit to clags
Shoes credit to Cleav
And baf suit credit to Noodles

rotflmao.gif

Yep, looking good dear friend.

Remember the other C & J we were talking about, besides your beauties?

I kopped the Westbournes the other week

post #8439 of 37405
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Originally Posted by EliodA View Post

Could be. There's only one person who knows for sure... Noodles, is the collar high enough?
Are the collars high enough?!
Theyre perfectly normal compared to all my other shirts. EloidA, can you explain?
post #8440 of 37405
May I politely point out that Noodles' Hallam pic is a good example of pants with too much tapering. The drape of your pants would greatly improve Noodles if you entertained the idea of a slightly wider leg opening.
Edited by JubeiSpiegel - 7/6/14 at 12:49pm
post #8441 of 37405
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Originally Posted by Cleav View Post

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rotflmao.gif

Yep, looking good dear friend.

Remember the other C & J we were talking about, besides your beauties?

I kopped the Westbournes the other week

I got all the Hallams I need so it's time for other hotties. The westbourne looks awesome!
post #8442 of 37405
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Originally Posted by The Noodles View Post

Are the collars high enough?!
Theyre perfectly normal compared to all my other shirts. EloidA, can you explain?

If I may intervene, I believe the question is whether the collar could stand to be a bit taller, based on the fact that you appear to have a long neck, as well the collar in that pic does not appear to extend very far above your coat collar (far enough, perhaps, though given your neck length, could perhaps sit higher still).
post #8443 of 37405
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Originally Posted by The Noodles View Post

Are the collars high enough?!
Theyre perfectly normal compared to all my other shirts. EloidA, can you explain?

I think it looks more elegant when a shirt collar sits a bit higher on the neck. Added benefit is that as a consequence the collar points will be a bit bigger, better counterbalancing a possibly large head.

Edit: AJL beat me to it. smile.gif
post #8444 of 37405
I gots a long neck, big head, etc. You guys just pile on. I have small eyes by the way.

Could the angling of the shot have skewed the collars?
Here is at a different anglee
post #8445 of 37405

This is my own personal preference, but often times I think an extreme spread collar can emphasize that it is too short. Noodles, your collar is perfectly within acceptable and even good for SF standards.

 

That said, I agree with Elio and prefer them to be taller, and in my case slightly less spread to emphasize the height. Again this is my personal opinion, as often I find even Clags' collars to be too short and too spread for my taste.

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