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Originally Posted by meister View Post


You've lost me... here are roped shoulders... http://www.styleforum.net/t/276257/king-of-the-roped-shoulder
Here is spalla camicia... http://www.styleforum.net/t/217821/spalla-camicia-in-rtw


I was referring to con rollino. It's not important now -- I'm thinking that I'll just forgo the alteration. 

 

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Oh I say I am definitely Sid the Sexist. laugh.gif
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Originally Posted by tobiasj View Post

Love Viz, though I'm more of a Roger Mellie man myself smile.gif

On another note: does anyone else find it incredible that MC and SW&D exist side-by-side in a state of harmony, more or less? Every time I go on there (inadvertently, usually) I don't know whether to laugh or cry, but I do know that the proper response is either one or the other.

Here's an example of what I'm talking about, and a relatively restrained one: http://www.styleforum.net/t/280641/yohji-or-how-i-learned-to-stop-worrying-and-love-the-looser-fit-yohji-yamamoto-thread#post_5070993

I know this has probably been commented on many, many times in the past, but I'm a comparatively new member, and the gulf in aesthetics between the two sub-forums just seems to be SO massive...

I think it's really more of a difference in perspective. I find that alot of SW&D, especially the high-fashion side, must be viewed from a design aspect, much like women's fashion. You can't really pidgeonhole SW&D like you can MC. The spectrum of different clothing and outfits in SW&D really dwarfs the range in MC; there is no uniform like a coat, pant and tie. In my opinion SW&D does casual much better than MC. Have you seen the abortion that is the MC Casual thread? I'm a little biased considering I'm 19, but I don't see why the two can't coexist.
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Originally Posted by blahman View Post

Why can't they coexist? I certainly don't wear the whole faggotry of suit tie and pocket square on the weekends. I go jeans sneakers and funny graphics tees on weekends all the time. Just won't spend more than 20 bucks on a tee shirt unlike sw&d.

If SW&D was all about jeans and sneakers I'd agree (though if it was, why would you need a forum?), but every time I go on there people look like aliens or retarded lumberjacks. It's fkin cringeworthy.
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MC Casual certainly is awful. Yet the circle jerking is just as vigorous.
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Originally Posted by tobiasj View Post

Love Viz, though I'm more of a Roger Mellie man myself smile.gif
On another note: does anyone else find it incredible that MC and SW&D exist side-by-side in a state of harmony, more or less? Every time I go on there (inadvertently, usually) I don't know whether to laugh or cry, but I do know that the proper response is either one or the other.

I'll see your Roger Mellie and raise you a Johnny Fartpants.

As for SW&D ... yikes. That is all.
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Originally Posted by blahman View Post

MC Casual certainly is awful. Yet the circle jerking is just as vigorous.

MC casual gets it right sometimes and then Liam posts. At least that is the pattern I'm seeing from flipping through the last 10 pages of that thread.
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Originally Posted by Axel Ferguson View Post


MC casual gets it right sometimes and then Liam posts. At least that is the pattern I'm seeing from flipping through the last 10 pages of that thread.


"MC Casual" sounds like a guy who would front an Aussie Hip Hop collective.

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Originally Posted by tobiasj View Post

Love Viz, though I'm more of a Roger Mellie man myself smile.gif
On another note: does anyone else find it incredible that MC and SW&D exist side-by-side in a state of harmony, more or less? Every time I go on there (inadvertently, usually) I don't know whether to laugh or cry, but I do know that the proper response is either one or the other.
Here's an example of what I'm talking about, and a relatively restrained one: http://www.styleforum.net/t/280641/yohji-or-how-i-learned-to-stop-worrying-and-love-the-looser-fit-yohji-yamamoto-thread#post_5070993
I know this has probably been commented on many, many times in the past, but I'm a comparatively new member, and the gulf in aesthetics between the two sub-forums just seems to be SO massive...


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Originally Posted by Deapht View Post

I think I saw one of you bros in the city earlier this week. 

Khaki pants, light blue dress shirt, navy sports jacket, brown shoes with a green tie



Sorry, I missed this earlier.

If the person in question was carrying a little bit too much weight, with a beard and glasses, it was me.

Brooks Brothers jacket, Uniqlo oxford-cloth button-down collar shirt, Panta forest-green grenadine tie, chino pants and vintage Florsheim longwings.
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Epstein won't be at school today signed Epstein's mother: http://tv.msn.com/tv/article.aspx?news=698890&ocid=ansent11
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Wow didnt know Harry Morgan died last year.
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Originally Posted by meister View Post

Epstein won't be at school today signed Epstein's mother: http://tv.msn.com/tv/article.aspx?news=698890&ocid=ansent11


"Please excuse Juan for being a sheephead." Signed: "Epstein's mother's veterinarian".

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Originally Posted by Plestor View Post

Do you know if its a true angled closed channel or one of the more vertical ones that you tend to find on rtw?

Also what would you do differently?

I believe it is a true angled channel, from what I've seen from the other samples in Deer's showroom.

The changes I'd make would be mainly aesthetic, but in terms of order process I would definitely have measurements taken in the morning while my feet haven't swollen up. I've noticed that in the morning the heel can be quite loose, but in the afternoon the fit is satisfactory. I'd rather have a tight initial fit that slowly loosens as I break the shoe in, than a heel that slips occasionally. My other stylistic changes I'd have to discuss with Rene to ascertain their possibility, but things like lacing options, seamless heel counters, and a double sole that tapers to a single sole in the waist of the shoe are things I'd like. Also, photos of the construction process would be very pleasing.
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