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post #91 of 159
Love your sketches. The color and pattern used in the sketches clothing is surreal!
post #92 of 159
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Originally Posted by RoSaCe View Post Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
 

 

Distribution of tasks within the couple?? Yeah, let’s talk about it! 
Every morning, hardly woke up and given a shower, I have to chose a suit, whose formality level will depend from my professional activities of the day, and whose weight will depend from the weather, select a shirt, I often have to iron again, and a tie, matching with the outfit, and in harmony with my mood of the day. Unless to say I barely have the time to pick up a pocket square, most often a white linen one I fold randomly in my pocket. Then I have to select knee socks, the first ones I find, again. Now it’s time for shoes, that have to be coherent with the whole outfit and also with the weather (I always have to listen carefully to the weather forecast on the radio while I’m dressing up). No time for coffee, I already must chose which coat/overcoat/raincoat… I will have to wear, as well as the matching scarf, hat, gloves … And I’m gone !!

- And her?? Meanwhile, her, she just has to take care of the children !

 

 

All of the sartorial sketches are very good, but I thought that this one was particularly hilarious!

post #93 of 159
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Thx gentlemen, @Journeyman that was a long time I wanted to denounce the egoism of our wives. I hope that this sketch will bring back the truth 

post #94 of 159
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No buddy, you can already see yours is too long! Look, if you wanna be really dapper, your tie must reach exactly the top of your belt buckle

post #95 of 159
Always good to see new posts from you.
post #96 of 159
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Thx @Sander ! I'm also often inspired by your ties and your outfits ! ;)

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Eduardo thought he'd finally find a way to express his love for the "gangsta" style without threatening his employability 

post #98 of 159
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...Something really classy and timeless, you see what I mean ? 

 

Sketch made with the great french tailor Julien Scavini, who's also blogger, drawer, and anchorman for the french version of sewing bees 

post #99 of 159
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And maybe that, when Andrea will have finished your coat, you may finally understand how it feels to get puked on your own bespoke !
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I see you’re admiring my watch Lambert; I can understand that, it is pretty impressive. 
Look, if you work harder and harder this year, if you’re totally devoted to increase our company’s benefits, then I can promise you that at the end of the year, I’ll have an even more beautiful one !

post #101 of 159
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Thx @Sander
 ! I'm also often inspired by your ties and your outfits ! wink.gif

Sweet! I thought I spotted one of ours in this one: http://www.styleforum.net/t/480267/croquis-sartoriaux-sartorial-sketches/75#post_8186937
post #102 of 159
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The reason why I’m only wearing black stuffs? Well, it fits everywhere and with everything !

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I don’t care wether it’s rainy or it’s windy; since today, I’m legally allowed to wear my spring outfit !

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This Victor Hugo everybody’s talking about …. I can believe he may be good, but seriously, would you recognize only one of his painting ?

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…And for my wife? … Here is an idea! Well, for my wife, let’s say you could bring me a postcard?

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