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Do it just because I really like the idea of you bringing that on the metro during your commutes. Anything to break up DC's clothing monotony = good thing
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DC's clothing monotony

nice to know that some things never change
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I ordered a pair of navy Tricker's boots but decided that the fit wasn't going to work for me.  That said, I want a pair of navy trickers am l looking at two other options in the Bourton instead.  1) pebbled navy with brick sole. 2) smooth with commando sole.  I think the brick is more my style.  What do you think? 

  

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Not sure if there is a better option than brick for navy shoes, but I definitely don't like the commando sole with those. Navy brogue shoes are somewhat odd. Dress shoes with commando soles are somewhat odd. Neither is bad, but when you combine them you're kind of pushing the limits of good taste for a dress shoe.
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shoreman, are you high? (the bag)
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I could use a new messenger and I'm down with wild/leopard prints in small doses in theory. EG did some last year to good effect. I think it looks good with olive, black, navy, less so w gray. Those are the colors I wear most, esp in outerwear.

 

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Black canvas or charcoal Harris Tweed ? Same style of jacket. The tweed is quite a bit more expensive of course. Would ideally like both..

 

are both suits? both look cool to me. I like the charcoal slightly better for fall -- and for pasty pale skin -- but it's nice to have both in your arsenal, I do :-)

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Originally Posted by Superb0bo View Post

Black canvas or charcoal Harris Tweed ? Same style of jacket. The tweed is quite a bit more expensive of course. Would ideally like both..


 

 

I prefer the tweed jacket, it just looks better for me has that classic look.

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green stripe blazer for myself or brown balenciaga for my wife???
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Originally Posted by nahneun View Post

depends on how mad your wife is

Def buy for the wife, even if not mad. 1. She has cool shit she'll wear (and you undeniably enjoy seeing) 2. It always pays itself back, at least in my experience.
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are both suits? both look cool to me. I like the charcoal slightly better for fall -- and for pasty pale skin -- but it's nice to have both in your arsenal, I do :-)

Both are jackets, but you could get matching pants, atleast for the cavas wink.gif http://www.old-town.co.uk/collections/product/products/stanley
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Are you a leopard or another wild cat??
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Oh and what you can only wear boat shoes if you're on a boat?!

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Oh and what you can only wear boat shoes if you're on a boat?!

yes.
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Oh and what you can only wear boat shoes if you're on a boat?!
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Originally Posted by nahneun View Post

yes.

Similarly, you should at least try to kill someone every time you wear combat boots.
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I'm tempted to grab a pair of Greats bballs, but the bartacks are holding me back. Whatchu say?
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