or Connect
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Classic Menswear › The umbrella, cane, riding crop and miscellaneous accessories porn thread
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

The umbrella, cane, riding crop and miscellaneous accessories porn thread - Page 13

post #181 of 635
Quote:
Originally Posted by DocHolliday View Post
Awesome!

Yes!
post #182 of 635
How old must one be to use a cane? Im a spry and athletic 22 year old.... but canes look like such a great thing, convenient, stylish, and definatly set you apart. Is it considered complete social faux pas or insulting to use one and not need it? Or just to pimp-like....
post #183 of 635
Quote:
Originally Posted by chorse123 View Post



If I were to purchase a high quality umbrella, I'd get a bark ash one like this. It just seems so practical with its texture; and I could only imagine the way the oil from your hands would make it age. Very understated elegance.
post #184 of 635
I was really excited to open this thread until i saw there were no women.
post #185 of 635
Quote:
Originally Posted by HORNS View Post
If I were to purchase a high quality umbrella, I'd get a bark ash one like this. It just seems so practical with its texture; and I could only imagine the way the oil from your hands would make it age. Very understated elegance.
I like it, too. If I get another, then it'll likely be one like it.
post #186 of 635
Would any of the umbrella connoisseurs here have an opinion on Twill nylon versus Plain nylon?

I'm going to order an umbrella from Fox and they only offer twill nylon canopies in Black. All the rest are plain nylon and I want a dark green canopy for the days when I wear brown shoes. Is it a remarkable difference in quality though?
post #187 of 635
Quote:
Originally Posted by Vintage Gent View Post
The staff at James Smith (for a nominal fee) packaged the umbrella securely so I could check it with my baggage. Although British Airways did a number on the package, the umbrella came out of the box with nary a scratch.

I just received my order from JS and the packaging materials and time that must have gone into protecting the umbrella are already worth the GBP 26 postage fee I was charged...

Sweet umbrella too
post #188 of 635
Quote:
Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post
I just received my order from JS and the packaging materials and time that must have gone into protecting the umbrella are already worth the GBP 26 postage fee I was charged...

Sweet umbrella too

Which one did you get? Care to post some pics?
post #189 of 635
Quote:
Originally Posted by Vintage Gent View Post
Which one did you get? Care to post some pics?

I'll try and take some pics - just got it today in the office. 10 ribs, whangee handle, 26", grey canopy.
post #190 of 635
Quote:
Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post
I'll try and take some pics - just got it today in the office. 10 ribs, whangee handle, 26", grey canopy.

That sounds swell.

Did you get Ivanka's digits?


- B
post #191 of 635
Quote:
Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
That sounds swell.

Did you get Ivanka's digits?

I did not. Got caught by my MIL too who asked what I was doing looking through the window with the camera with the big zoom....
post #192 of 635
Quote:
Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post
I did not. Got caught by my MIL too who asked what I was doing looking through the window with the camera with the big zoom....

Sounds like something that would happen to Foofy.


- B
post #193 of 635
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post
I'll try and take some pics

Yes, please do.
post #194 of 635
You guys might be disappointed - I didn't order a wood shaft, simple steel one.
post #195 of 635
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post
You guys might be disappointed - I didn't order a wood shaft, simple steel one.

I like those too. Sometimes you need slim and elegant.
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Classic Menswear
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Classic Menswear › The umbrella, cane, riding crop and miscellaneous accessories porn thread