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^this ones my favorite hahaha

 

Me too. I think I know this guy... ;)

post #137 of 159
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Building a sandcastle is a good way to learn humility. This one may be destroyed by the seas in a few hours, but who would have think, a few hours ago, I will be able to build such a wonder? Sic transit Gloria mundi…

post #138 of 159

Je viens de découvrir cette page. Ce sont géniaux!

post #139 of 159
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Thx @J o s h  !! You may find more sketches on Tumblr, and on Facebook  ! They're subtitled in english, but it looks like your french is better than my english ! ;)

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Let's make it clear for chidren reading us: wearing a suit is like playig Pokemon Go. If you chose a bright, well fitted suit, with thunders of colors, you're a rare Pokemon, like Pikachu, and everyone want to stand with you. But if you chose a grey, unpersonal slim suit, like we see dozens each time we walk in the streets, you'll look more like a damn Rattata ...

... And seriously,who's actually happy when meeting a Rattata ? 
post #141 of 159
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Let's make it clear for chidren reading us: wearing a suit is like playig Pokemon Go. If you chose a bright, well fitted suit, with thunders of colors, you're a rare Pokemon, like Pikachu, and everyone want to stand with you. But if you chose a grey, unpersonal slim suit, like we see dozens each time we walk in the streets, you'll look more like a damn Rattata ...

... And seriously,who's actually happy when meeting a Rattata ? 

The too tight trousers, the thin lapels, the square metal belt, the wrinkling at the bottom, the low cut, the in-groups-of-three buttoned "online bespoke" shirt... the details are too good :lol: 

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The too tight trousers, the thin lapels, the square metal belt, the wrinkling at the bottom, the low cut, the in-groups-of-three buttoned "online bespoke" shirt... the details are too good :lol: 

 

I also loved it, very well done, the grouped buttons as a mall shirt franchise does is the most!:D

post #143 of 159

I just walked home past someone whose jacket ended at the belt. I thought it was a cardigan... nope, it had lapels and a breast pocket. Now I'm looking, I notice even the lengths of the jackets are perfect in the cartoon.

post #144 of 159
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This one will be easier for parisian people to understand: everybody's wearing the very specific Camps de Luca lapel, while the woman is wearing à 6X1 jacket, whose cut is very specific to Cifonelli, the other well known parisian tailor. 

 

No, it’s not against her personally… I’m just saying it seems elementary to me that, when you have the opportunity to enter a company like our, the least you can do is to get information about the CEO’s tastes. Especially concerning his tailor …

post #145 of 159
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I love going shopping with André: even though I bought everything I wanted in every shop we went in, I’ve still been WAY MORE reasonable than my dear husband, meanwhile he only bought a simple pair of shoes !

post #146 of 159
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... OK ... So you don't know neither how to make some coffee ... 

 

Nothing sartorial today, eventhough you can see a beautiful morning coat on the chair, and a lovely DB waistcoat on the floor


Edited by RoSaCe - 9/26/16 at 12:34am
post #147 of 159
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who're these girlz?

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And it’s only when I was in the subway that I realized the scale of the tragedy: i was wearing brown bluchers with a grey suit!! No way I can come back home, I live since this morning in fear of meeting a friend that would make an ironical comment, or worst, meeting a dapper stranger that would see me, say nothing, but of whom silent disapproval would be the most serious affront

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Me? Getting my hunting license ? Thanks, but no ... I'm only here to pay off the purchasing og my tweed sport coats ! 

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Hah, that's pretty much me the other week! lol8[1].gif
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