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post #40171 of 54604
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Originally Posted by Tweets View Post

Was in the poker room at my local establishment Saturday night, I counted at least 4 RG shirts...I've located the market!

come to nashville. Every divorced professional making over 200K wears RG and bedazzled jeans to whatever bar is hot at the time. Out picking up 20 something girls to take out on their boat.
post #40172 of 54604
I've spotted a number of RG's in the wild here too. Always untucked, always paired with uber distressed jeans and always finished off with those square toed loafers that curl upwards. Possibly made of some kind of reptile. The dude is usually tanned to a crisp as well.
post #40173 of 54604
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Originally Posted by txwoodworker View Post


I think the thread constantly needs fresh faces to thrive, otherwise we'd get into a rut.


Have you checked out AAAC lately? :hide:

post #40174 of 54604
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Originally Posted by eazye View Post

I've spotted a number of RG's in the wild here too. Always untucked, always paired with uber distressed jeans and always finished off with those square toed loafers that curl upwards. Possibly made of some kind of reptile. The dude is usually tanned to a crisp as well.

I've only met one guy wearing one, but this is a dead on description

 

 

 

(and he was in a consignment store checking out a pair of RG jeans they had)

 

 

 

 

(their jeans are equally as terrible)

post #40175 of 54604
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Originally Posted by eazye View Post

I've spotted a number of RG's in the wild here too. Always untucked, always paired with uber distressed jeans and always finished off with those square toed loafers that curl upwards. Possibly made of some kind of reptile. The dude is usually tanned to a crisp as well.


Dude, you just described my neighbor in incredible detail (right down to the curled-up Mark Nason lounge shoes). He wanted me to sell a few of his shirts but they absolutely REEKED of patchouli. He even has the slicked back hair with noticeable implants, pseudo New York accent, and a gold chain around his neck with a big ancient Roman coin medallion. When my wife met him at a neighborhood social, she was certain that he was wearing a costume.

post #40176 of 54604
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Originally Posted by eazye View Post

I've spotted a number of RG's in the wild here too. Always untucked, always paired with uber distressed jeans and always finished off with those square toed loafers that curl upwards. Possibly made of some kind of reptile. The dude is usually tanned to a crisp as well.

man, i thought that was just a regional thing here that i call "NashTrash" lol8[1].gif
post #40177 of 54604
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Originally Posted by AlexJ1100 View Post

I've only met one guy wearing one, but this is a dead on description



(and he was in a consignment store checking out a pair of RG jeans they had)




(their jeans are equally as terrible)

i saw a RG sweater this weekend..... which.... :gasp: was actually nice. basic burgundy crewneck.
post #40178 of 54604
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Originally Posted by eazye View Post

I've spotted a number of RG's in the wild here too. Always untucked, always paired with uber distressed jeans and always finished off with those square toed loafers that curl upwards. Possibly made of some kind of reptile. The dude is usually tanned to a crisp as well.


No one has mentioned the coke habit that I'm sure most wearers have? Local business owner is the man described above, but is always on coke. He's actually a fun guy, but needs some style help. 

post #40179 of 54604
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Originally Posted by white collar View Post


No one has mentioned the coke habit that I'm sure most wearers have? Local business owner is the man described above, but is always on coke. He's actually a fun guy, but needs some style help. 


id agree with that. haha.
post #40180 of 54604

Solemare by Maus & Hoffman.  (thread first?)  This is M&H's own brand, made in Italy.   Size XXL.

 

 

post #40181 of 54604
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Originally Posted by Pierson v Post View Post

Solemare by Maus & Hoffman.  (thread first?)  This is M&H's own brand, made in Italy.   Size XXL.





Not thread first, I've posted a few sport coats and shirts as well as a few other south Florida guys
post #40182 of 54604
Mainline Dolce & Gabbana merino wool Henley sweater, my size
post #40183 of 54604
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Originally Posted by kbadgley84 View Post


Not thread first, I've posted a few sport coats and shirts as well as a few other south Florida guys


Oh well, I searched for Solemare and found nothing but a thread from 10 years ago by someone who used to work at Maus & Hoffman.  I've seen plenty of Maus & Hoffman, just no Solemare before today    :)


Edited by Pierson v Post - 7/5/16 at 2:27pm
post #40184 of 54604
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Originally Posted by Pierson v Post View Post
 


Oh well, I searched for Solemare and found nothing but a thread from 10 years ago by someone who used to work at Maus & Hoffman.  :)

I posted one about two weeks ago. The SCs are Ravazzolo

post #40185 of 54604
Hit ~6 stores today, only had one pickup :/

Deadstock Willis & Geiger boots, size 10F


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