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We're all sitting in front of the computers waiting.
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Am I the only one who is reminded of that "small hands" Burger King commercial guy?



The only thing more disturbing than the shoulders on his jacket are his weird proportions.

That's how he's able to put in all the handwork in those Sciamat suits.

Akin to how young children are uniquely suited to stitch cricket balls and whatnot.
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Unfortunately the GF isn't going to be around tonight so no pics with the stuff on - I'll take some detail shots in the meantime.
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Unfortunately the GF isn't going to be around tonight so no pics with the stuff on - I'll take some detail shots in the meantime.
Aww, I put a special shirt on in anticipation of this event
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^^^ Is that what you wear when you're not wearing this?
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Unfortunately the GF isn't going to be around tonight so no pics with the stuff on - I'll take some detail shots in the meantime.

No timer function on your camera?
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Yeah, it'd be nice if some of the content nabbers could include a url to the original work http://forums.filmnoirbuff.com/viewtopic.php?id=4142
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Yeah, it'd be nice if some of the content nabbers could include a url to the original work http://forums.filmnoirbuff.com/viewtopic.php?id=4142
I didn't know you could nab content by posting it on a forum where its owner has already posted it: http://www.styleforum.net/showthread.php?t=88078
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I didn't know you could nab content by posting it on a forum where its owner has already posted it:

http://www.styleforum.net/showthread.php?t=88078

And you had it bookmarked? If he is insane, what are you ?

sincerely,
a big simpsons fan

ps: FNB - that shirt is awesome.
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And you had it bookmarked? If he is insane, what are you ?

Please, I think most of us would agree, we have gone beyond this point - insane would be a compliment

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Please, I think most of us would agree, we have gone beyond this point - insane would be a compliment


Touché ... but then ... there is insane and there is insane.
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And you had it bookmarked? If he is insane, what are you ?

Google for "Simpsons" and "bed sheet" in Styleforum, and you can't miss it.
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Brown on tan glencheck 13 oz tweed from the vintage vault. 3R2, patch pockets, half-lined with burgundy silk.





I-gent special. Drapers five star 11 oz fresco. 6x2 DB, patch pockets, light horn buttons, half-lined with tie silk. I have pants in the same fabric from Ambrosi if I wanted to wear as a suit.







Navy 13 oz LH house fresco. 3R2, patch pockets, full lined with moss green silk. Pants are single pleat.





Navy pinstripe 12 oz from Harrisons. 3R2, flap pockets, full lined with electric blue silk. Pants are flat front.



Gray 11 oz from LP (tazmanian). 3R2, flap pockets, full lined with electric blue silk. Pants are flat front.

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^^^

Dude, that Fresco double-breasted jacket is exactly what I've been imagining in my head for over a year--down to the patch pockets and half lining. I think the only thing I'd do differently is make it a 4x1.

THe tweed odd jacket is awesome, too.

Oh man. So jealous.
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Stuff looks awesome. I have a couple of them myself. Tie silk lined jacket is fucking great looking, and i would normally hate something like that.
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