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post #97021 of 102803
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Originally Posted by sparrow View Post

Nostalgia for romanticized eras


Perusing a price if culture to extract themselves
From modern monocuturism and popular design

 

Why dress like a 1960's ad executive?

 

post #97022 of 102803
Same reason, to move away from pleb to what is perceived as above

All mental


Really no different than cake making or cars

Just a hobby and expression of self ness
post #97023 of 102803
What really is boggling is normcore

Dad jeans ftw in 3 years
post #97024 of 102803

AUDIO GUYS:

 

I have a Hitachi HT 460, a hand-me-down from my wife's grandfather, that needs a new motor and could probably have the cartridge replaced. The electronics store wants $300 to do the work. It's a pretty good turntable, but I don't really want to spend that much. Where should I be looking for a better turntable for cheaper, or is it worth it to just pay for the repair?

post #97025 of 102803
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Originally Posted by Fueco View Post
 

 

Why dress like a 1960's ad executive?

 


some, (not me)  ahem, believe that this epitomises style. or at least some other threads told them as much.........

 

time for some flava...

Warning: not approved style. (Click to show)

2013 fashion shoot. (Takeo Kikuchi) -   more!!!!!!!!

Canon Inc


'Nuff said.......:)

 

post #97026 of 102803
I want to give a shout out to R01gt for a really sweet linen? shepherds check BB odd vest, Wes for some great tux shirt studs, TBen for some amazing Jodhpurs, and 330ck for an amazing Barbour, and really just being all around cool guys. Also, everybody else that I've done deals with over that last few weeks, I hope you guys like your stuff! And my wife is happy that I got rid of the pile of clothing in the living room before I was laid up for a month. Cheers dudes! -E
post #97027 of 102803

So jelly those jodhpurs came to you (too big for me sadddd), but it couldn't have gone to a nicer dude.

Now heal up fast so you can wear them!

post #97028 of 102803
26 pristine Turnbull & Asser shirts, anyone?

post #97029 of 102803

size?

post #97030 of 102803
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Originally Posted by OliT View Post

26 pristine Turnbull & Asser shirts, anyone?


Winning post
post #97031 of 102803
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Originally Posted by concealed View Post

Size?

This, though what a great shirt haul regardless.

 

Finally caught up on the thread. Wish I had more to share, but for now this'll have to do. Not available.

Crispy like new indigo corduroy. Consignment find at an almost thrift price. Wish it fit me.

post #97032 of 102803
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Originally Posted by Evil Abed View Post

This, though what a great shirt haul regardless.

Finally caught up on the thread. Wish I had more to share, but for now this'll have to do. Not available.


Crispy like new indigo corduroy. Consignment find at an almost thrift price. Wish it fit me.

Sweet pattern

Even better is it's n&f
post #97033 of 102803
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Originally Posted by OliT View Post

26 pristine Turnbull & Asser shirts, anyone?


Well done! Are you in the US??
post #97034 of 102803

Quick question:

 

How much bigger in inches should an overcoat be than, say, a sport coat?

 

For instance: A sport coat measures p2p 44 inches, you can fairly surely assume it's a 42. What about a trench coat or overcoat?

post #97035 of 102803
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Originally Posted by jgill79 View Post

Quick question:

How much bigger in inches should an overcoat be than, say, a sport coat?

For instance: A sport coat measures p2p 44 inches, you can fairly surely assume it's a 42. What about a trench coat or overcoat?

Wes told me that duffles are often 6 bigger so I would guess that overcoats are 4-6 as well.
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