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Let's not also forget that "scrunching" can be different depending on the cloth used for a suit, too....

Wow, revelatory and mind-blowing. That is next level clothes knowledge right there.



Just pulling your chain, but yeah, that is "what should I wear to my interview" level stuff.



Just to (charmingly) re- re-say this, obviously clothes will buckle wrinkle and fold. Duh. I don't like that accordion shoulder/sleeve-head. (or eyebrows)

post #227 of 236
Polyester double knit will fix all those cloth scrunch issues.
post #228 of 236
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Wow, revelatory and mind-blowing. That is next level clothes knowledge right there.

Just pulling your chain, but yeah, that is "what should I wear to my interview" level stuff.
 

 

Well, thanks for the condescension and sarcasm, but given some of the criticisms levelled at clothing, I sometimes think that people on SF expect clothing to look perfectly smooth and untouched while being worn, just as if the person wearing the clothing is a shop mannequin, regardless of what people might be doing while wearing a suit or jacket.

post #229 of 236
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Well, thanks for the condescension and sarcasm, but given some of the criticisms levelled at clothing, I sometimes think that people on SF expect clothing to look perfectly smooth and untouched while being worn, just as if the person wearing the clothing is a shop mannequin, regardless of what people might be doing while wearing a suit or jacket.

I thought we had covered that ground already. Do we have to pretend there is no middle ground between "standing at attention" straightness (which I've already disavowed multiple times) and scrunched up beyond belief?


Regarding the condescension and sarcasm... was it really too scathing?
post #230 of 236
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Regarding the condescension and sarcasm... was it really too scathing?

 

 

Oh, I've experienced worse, but I happen to think that it's childish and unnecessary.

post #231 of 236
Hmm. OK.

Well, I was struggling to get past the lower level / more obvious ideas such as "some wrinkles are OK" and advance it to "there are wrinkles that are fine and wrinkles that are excessive and signal that the clothing could be improved upon."

Noting that some cloth is prone to wrinkle/scrunch more than other cloth took the discussion backwards. So I scathingly mega-annihilated you for it forever ruining your life.
post #232 of 236

I'd appreciate fresh pictures instead of over-analyzing a few crappy old pictures.

post #233 of 236

Aurelio De Laurentiis, film producer, and current owner of SSC Napoli
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post #235 of 236
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Untypical Royal Oak Offshore.
He should be wearing a Rolex... or maybe a Nautilus ;-)
post #236 of 236

Ran into Matteo Marzotto in Milan Linate airport this morning...

 

we took the same flight to Napoli.

 

Wonder what he is doing there??...

 

probably the same that I am doing...

 

he had on a navy chalk stripe suit. no pics unfortunately. it would be too sketchy to take a pic of someone randomly like that.

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