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All this talk of pink reminds me of this;


I also just picked up my first Alden, Cognac calf Pennys.

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This guy posts in the Epaulet thread all the time. I'm not advocating this rig, but he is wearing a pink shirt with a very light suit.

 

http://www.styleforum.net/t/111211/epaulet-shop-official-affiliate-thread/23895#post_6634386

post #38658 of 58020
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Originally Posted by Michael Sy View Post

This guy posts in the Epaulet thread all the time. I'm not advocating this rig, but he is wearing a pink shirt with a very light suit.

http://www.styleforum.net/t/111211/epaulet-shop-official-affiliate-thread/23895#post_6634386

Whats with sf'ers and unnatural 'walk to the camera' poses? Looks awkward as hell
Edited by Nolvadex - 10/2/13 at 10:25pm
post #38659 of 58020
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Originally Posted by Michael Sy View Post
 

This guy posts in the Epaulet thread all the time. I'm not advocating this rig, but he is wearing a pink shirt with a very light suit.

 

http://www.styleforum.net/t/111211/epaulet-shop-official-affiliate-thread/23895#post_6634386

 

Wow I've got to say, that is a shocker of a look.

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post #38661 of 58020
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Originally Posted by DartagnanRed View Post
 

 

Wow I've got to say, that is a shocker of a look.

I don't mind it, but I really don't like that tie. Far too skinny. Not a fan of the posing either.

post #38662 of 58020
That's not even a pink shirt. It's mauve, at best. He's doing a disservice to pink if he's calling that pink.

EDIT: As a man of colour, I would know what's what...
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My twenty year old son has warned me off for "rockin'" pink shirts...
post #38664 of 58020
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Originally Posted by meister View Post

My twenty year old son has warned me off for "rockin'" pink shirts...

My 19 yo son was disappointed that none of my pink polos fitted him. biggrin.gif
post #38665 of 58020
Hope everyone's gearing up for a fine weekend.

Ok let's talk Supaga... Can anyone give me the heads up size wise. Are they accurate for sizing? Or size up or down?

I'm a 9uk on 348 last, 10 uk with chuck taylors, 9.5 with NB and 9.5 on Simpson and more aggro lasts.

A shout out to the SF'ers overseas (isurg). My travel tip always spend outside of your means otherwise you will regret it when you get home-I did(regret that is)
post #38666 of 58020
As PoP said - for most of history pink was seen as a boys/mens colour.

It only started to change in the 1920s and even then as late as 1939 a leading UK magazine was lamenting the fact that many weren't still following the rules of pink for boys.

There are of course pinks and pinks.

The whole gendering of colours and other items is at times both fascinating, complex and worthy of study, discussion and analysis and also extremely boring, ignorant, reactionary infested with sexism and misogyny and generally uninteresting.

Just when you think the battles are over - up pops a new generation of idiots.
post #38667 of 58020
Thats not to suggest that everyone has to like pink or that it suits everyone or every outfit.
But you knew that.
post #38668 of 58020
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Originally Posted by Dusty Brogues View Post

Hope everyone's gearing up for a fine weekend.

Ok let's talk Supaga... Can anyone give me the heads up size wise. Are they accurate for sizing? Or size up or down?

I'm a 9uk on 348 last, 10 uk with chuck taylors, 9.5 with NB and 9.5 on Simpson and more aggro lasts.

If it helps, I'm UK7 in C&J 348 and I took the same in Supergas (EUR41). I don't wear socks, though.
post #38669 of 58020

Showing off my most expensive tie: Hermes. In hindsight, more money than I should be willing to spend on a tie!

 

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Originally Posted by kayhill View Post
 

Showing off my most expensive tie: Hermes. In hindsight, more money than I should be willing to spend on a tie!

 

 

close up of the tie please.

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