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Originally Posted by Caustic Man View Post

Being a California native, and having lived for several years in Florida, I must say that for my money Florida has a slight edge. Both states are filled with ignorant people however Florida can at least boast that that dubious trait is not coupled with an indulgent sense of arrogance. Something that California, alas, cannot claim.

Perhaps you should just keep your money. If you're a Cali native and choose to live elsewhere, then perhaps it just wasn't meant to be.
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Perhaps you should just keep your money. If you're a Cali native and choose to live elsewhere, then perhaps it just wasn't meant to be.

 

Moving to Toronto was a Major step up from Youngstown, Ohio (recently voted as the most miserable city in the U.S.) and so many Torontonians rave about San Fran. I look forward to visiting the city when I can, something tells me I'd enjoy living there.

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Perhaps you should just keep your money. If you're a Cali native and choose to live elsewhere, then perhaps it just wasn't meant to be.

I'm sure Frisco is the exception. Certainly looks (and is) classier than just about anywhere else in Cali (at least in my travels thus far).
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Originally Posted by Caustic Man View Post
 

 

 

Being a California native, and having lived for several years in Florida, I must say that for my money Florida has a slight edge. Both states are filled with ignorant people however Florida can at least boast that that dubious trait is not coupled with an indulgent sense of arrogance. Something that California, alas, cannot claim.

 

Well, we can surely tell you're form California.

post #21200 of 43841
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

Late to the game but wanted to echo the love on that Helden jacket.

Great rig, CD.

SeaJen, baller wedding.

Seamaster, v nice. PS deets?

 thx! Drake's :) One of the most versatile I own

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@cakv you'll get no argument from me regarding from whom my children get their looks. Shoes are AE Mora.

@Maximus Rex the bride's mother wanted morning dress, but the groom refused because he didn't want to wear a top hat. My wife is related to the groom.

Alas, it is sad to admit, but most gals look better than their husbands...sad news for me and my future wife :[

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2nd day of winter and we sure felt it, but not as bad as this mornings ride when the wind chill factor got down to 2.5c..





DETAILS
Coat - Giorgio Armani Black Label (oldie but a goodie)
Suit - P. Johnson Tailor "Napoli"
Shirt - Ascot Chang
Tie - Loro Piana
Shoes - St Crispin's

* The above was photographed last week, but I wore the same today
** As I have not had to wear a suit on a daily basis for the last 4 years and lost almost 10% of my weight and body mass, I sold all my old suits. This gave me a great opportunity to start fresh an build what I consider the bare minimum. That is a navy suit and a grey s/coat and slightly different shade grey pants. I do have in the pipe works another two suits and will post in due time.

Edited by GuidoWongolini - 6/2/15 at 4:18am
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Good to be back
- navy solid suit
- clean white shirt
- Azure Lime TF
- spotted knit tie Drakes
- black tassel loafers for spring/ summer



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Totally forgot to put this here, from a trunkshow last Friday:

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Cool and damp in NYC today - another opportunity to wear a three-piece suit without sweating like a dray horse in August . . .

Suit - Tyrwhitt
Shirt - Lewin
Tie - Corneliani
PS - Robert Talbott
Cufflinks - Benson & Clegg, London
Shoes - Finsbury, Paris


Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)








post #21206 of 43841
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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post


Perhaps you should just keep your money. If you're a Cali native and choose to live elsewhere, then perhaps it just wasn't meant to be.

 

Interestingly, my wife is a Pennsylvania native and would never move back to her home state either. New horizons, friend (and low taxes).

 

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Moving to Toronto was a Major step up from Youngstown, Ohio

 

It's hard to imagine a step down from Youngstown. Perhaps Cleveland.

 

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Originally Posted by TheWraith View Post


I'm sure Frisco is the exception. Certainly looks (and is) classier than just about anywhere else in Cali (at least in my travels thus far).

 

San Francisco is a fascinating city. Shame about the people. Present company excepted.

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Originally Posted by Sander View Post

Totally forgot to put this here, from a trunkshow last Friday:

Very nice Sander, great colours!
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Same place, same tie. Different day.

 

 

 

 

 

Moscot - Sartore - Ballantyne - Drake's - Henry Carter (PS & braces) - Sea-Gull - Bresciani - C&J - Strandbags - Tom Ford "Tobacco Vanille"

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Originally Posted by SeamasterLux View Post

 thx! Drake's smile.gif One of the most versatile I own

Awesome!

Link? smile.gif
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post


Awesome!

Link? smile.gif

 

Unfortunately it's from 3 years ago, you won't find it buddy

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