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No real math, I generally start with a pinch in the middle, pull through the "O", then bend in half and stuff - but once its in there just a bunch of finagling to get it to come out the way I like.
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Sander, you should definitely not wear colors that cakv doesn't like.

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Sander, you should definitely not wear colors that cakv doesn't like.

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Haha, you misunderstand me. I hold Sander in very high regard. I'm just looking for education on why that looks good to people so I can learn more about color coordination.

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I think the break is perfectly fine. I'm a bit more classic in trouser fit and believe an amount that is in between slight to moderate is better than no break. Love the shape in the coat they made for you.

Thanks for your input and compliments!
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#59. Some down'n'dirty commuter snaps.




Pal Zileri - BB - Maker's Shirt - Kimber - HY - Pantherella - C&J
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#59. Some down'n'dirty commuter snaps.
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Pal Zileri - BB - Maker's Shirt - Kimber - HY - Pantherella - C&J

 

Tie and cardigan are too matchy-matchy with the upholstery of the MRT ;)

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Tie and cardigan are too matchy-matchy with the upholstery of the MRT ;)

 

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X-post with the FC.

 

My entry, with a linen safari jacket :

 

 

 

 

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Hi guys.

My first post in the forum, hope you enjoy.

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^ Exquisite suit and nice tie too. Well done.

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Today dodging the showers





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Still walking on religious paths with some monks today. 

 

 

 

 

 

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Habemus... Dennim? Don't know how to decline Dennis.

 

It took me a while to get the joke, but then i let out a girlish giggle...gnihihihih...@Sander

 

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One cannot decline Dennis - he must always be accepted!.

 

Thanx @upr_crust- i am pretty sure some guys would disagree with that statement ;-)

 

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I believe it should be "Dennem" here, but it's been awhile...

 

Whatever it is - the fact that wearing red shoes means you can become pope in here is more important than what name said person will go by. 

 

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Yup, if we make "Dennis" a 3rd declension noun.

 

How'd you like to be 3rd declension, Dennis?

 

If it means i can do & say whatever i want and get away with it using the infallability argument, i can cope with being 3rd declension, @heldentenor

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3rd declension? For us, they had names like a-declension, o-declension, consonantic declension...

And damn, I was really hoping for another opportunity for a lame joke with Dennim.

 

Eventually opportunity will present itself, @Sander.  Have faith - amen!

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^^^^ Dennis, it's always a pleasure (for me, at least) to see your postings. As for the jokes, I was having flashback to my last year of Latin class, which was only shortly after the end of the last Ice Age.

This evening, I've been invited by the son of a former colleague to the grand opening of the new showroom for KnotStandard in NYC. My former colleague wants me to teach his son how to dress; the son, I suspect, wishes to curry favor with his employer, with the appearance, at least, of a viable new client (I've already informed the son that my net worth is currently being drained by the renovation of a new apartment); I'm going to this shindig out of curiosity, and for the free nibbles and booze.

Choosing attire for this evening was a conundrum. I want to look as if I am a viable client (so as not to embarrass my host), but that I'm not a naif in terms of the purchase of menswear (so as not to look like an easy mark). I hope that today's attire accomplishes that end.

Suit - New & Lingwood
Shirt - BB
Tie - Charvet
Braces - Trafalgar, via Paul Stuart
Cufflinks - St. Petersburg/Theo Faberge, London
Vintage watch chain
Shoes - Septieme Largeur


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