Already did, chuckles.
He says 'Hi' and 'Behave yourself or I'll sic Cruiser on you'.
And FFS, just pay him for the bloody CD already. Really now, if you didn't keep splurging on 'good whiskey'...
What? What is wrong with Asian tailoring? Small fingers are an asset :).
This is true guys, you can skim over anything you don't want to read. That is the beauty of an internet forum for discussion, if you don't want to participate, you don't have to, and you won't offend anyone. Interjecting when someone else is talking is just....rude. That's a rule!
Apropos, we all to a lesser extent, get the basic rules of dressing: no thongs with suits. You just run a tighter ship than we do. It isn't because we don't care, or we are taking a half arsed approach, it is because you care 1.5x and take a arse and a half approach, compared to our 1x and single arse approach.
I try to mix the best gin with the best tonic water. Does that make me an idiot?
Did you wash it in really hot water and then dry it in a really hot dryer? Then try to move the button? I assume you have quite a few other O&J shirts? Are you going to size up for the next shirts?
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I'm happy as long as we are not talking about sneakers, thongs, board shorts, t shirts or athletic-wear. This is a thread in a forum dedicated to "Classic Menswear" ie suits, sport coats, dress shirts, oxford shoes etc. If you want to discuss anything else, eg denim and sneakers, you should be talking about it in the relevant forum (Streetwear and Denim). Don't get me wrong, I probably have the largest collection of sneakers in this thread but casual/street wear is not the topic of discussion.
Classic menswear - it has been around a long time. If you want to go against the "rules", "norms" or "conventions" that have been developed over time, go for it. Obviously going against something, you are going to stand out.
If I could, I would like to remind people that classic menswear is not contemporary fashion. Sure, it may from time to time be affected by trends, but ideally, only those trends that contribute positively to the timeless value of classic menswear are retained (made into a "norm", "convention" etc).
This timelessness however does not stop classic menswear from being adapted or varied in some ways. For example, cuban heels were once a trend within classic menswear though they are interpreted by most to not form part of any classic menswear convention that has stuck, other than being a characteristic of typical 70's mens clothing. Saying that, there is always room for interpretation - some may have found that the cuban heel might be a timeless or lifelong look.
So Jobro, where can I get some great sneakers? Or do I really have to go and start a new thread in S&D?
Can anyone recommend a good iron and steamer? I've been using sunbeam irons which seem to do the job but they keep breaking down on me.
I've also been using the steam feature on my iron to get rid of creases in jackets / ties so far, but now that I'm buying more expensive clothing I figure I should probably get a proper steamer? Thanks in advance!