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Poll Results: and the winner is?

Poll expired: Mar 14, 2016 This is a multiple choice poll
  • 6% of voters (6)
    chocsosa
  • 1% of voters (1)
    archibaldleach
  • 10% of voters (10)
    Caustic Man
  • 8% of voters (8)
    Clouseau
  • 16% of voters (15)
    EFV
  • 13% of voters (12)
    Diplomatic Ties
  • 22% of voters (21)
    Gerry Nelson
  • 8% of voters (8)
    Anden
  • 2% of voters (2)
    blekit
  • 2% of voters (2)
    TheoProf
  • 1% of voters (1)
    TwoStep
  • 19% of voters (18)
    Rais
  • 5% of voters (5)
    upr_crust
  • 11% of voters (11)
    calypso
  • 13% of voters (12)
    SYCSYC
  • 15% of voters (14)
    baltimoron
  • 2% of voters (2)
    gs77
  • 2% of voters (2)
    bienluienapris
  • 18% of voters (17)
    mossrockss
  • 2% of voters (2)
    Coxsackie
  • 19% of voters (18)
    Murlsquirl
  • 5% of voters (5)
    RoSaCe
  • 8% of voters (8)
    An Acute Style
  • 43% of voters (40)
    sebastian mcfox
  • 10% of voters (10)
    ScottMC
92 Total Votes  
post #16 of 145
Thread Starter 

Signor Liverano killed it here

 

post #17 of 145
I think if you hadn't tagged me as someone who does it well, I would be confused what the rules are, haha. You're saying desert boots don't count as a single casual element and wouldn't fulfill the requirement of 'at least one casual element into your CM fit'? Isn't that just saying, then, that you have to have two casual elements in your fit?


I fear most of my fits aren't probably even in the CM realm—more like I incorporate one CM element into my otherwise casual wardrobe, lol. I'll give it a go, however, and let the masses decide how well I do!
post #18 of 145

Nice challenge this week! Can't wait to see what people post?? Very very interesting!! :fonz:

post #19 of 145
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by mossrockss View Post

You're saying desert boots don't count as a single casual element and wouldn't fulfill the requirement of 'at least one casual element into your CM fit'? Isn't that just saying, then, that you have to have two casual elements in your fit?

In the case of desert boots/chukkas, yes smile.gif. I just think that's too easy.

To be honest, I'm not a 100% sure what the rules are. I just have an idea of what I hope to see. I'm not going to be a dick and DQ people unless it clearly doesn't meet the spirit and intent of the challenge. I'll let the voters decide for the most part.

Just wear what you wear 90% of the time and you're good.
post #20 of 145
Putting this in as a placeholder if I can't get a decent full length shot. Inis zip cardigan, tweed jacket, paired with an unpictured pair of tan moleskins and brown shoes.

post #21 of 145

Too Hermann Göring?

 

 

post #22 of 145
If I weren't on vacation for the next four days, I'd be in:


post #23 of 145
Thread Starter 
That works, CM.

Second one is great, Gerry. Come on, I know you have something that would qualify in your suitcase. You are another one who does this look so well.
post #24 of 145

Today

 

 

 

post #25 of 145

^^^ I never get tired of seeing those bridges. Ah, Paris... :)

post #26 of 145
I'll see if I come up with something else this week. Otherwise this is my entry:

post #27 of 145

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Edited by TheoProf - 3/9/16 at 11:36am
post #28 of 145
Thread Starter 
Nice, Erik. Boots?
post #29 of 145
Cheers! I wore these:



Slightly embarrassed to post them, since they really need a polish.
post #30 of 145
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by EFV View Post

Slightly embarrassed to post them, since they really need a polish.

Eh, I wouldn't be embarrassed by those...I've seen worse. Perfect match for your fit.

@TheoProf, I think you may have posted in the wrong thread....?
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