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whnay.'s good taste thread

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Manton, Jul 30, 2012.

  1. Tirailleur1

    Tirailleur1 Well-Known Member

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  2. Manton

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    OK, this thread is officially dead.
     
  3. dieworkwear

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    M, I think it just needs more ruthless culling. The last few dozen (maybe more?) pages or so just feels like people coming in here to post their WAYWT shots, wondering if what they're wearing is in good taste. The original post had a really good premise, but now it's unclear how this thread differs from the main WAYWT thread.

    Why not just ruthlessly delete posts?
     
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  4. poorsod

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    I'll remind you that you have been given "incredible cosmic power" should you choose to exercise it.
     
  5. Tirailleur1

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    manton if you believe that my fits do not deserve to be in this thread then by all means remove it... I will certainly not be offended. The thread gives members a chance to submit what they believe are deserving combinations... and if you feel that any of those submissions derail its purpose then it makes sense to do so.
     
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  6. Tailor Dan

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    Fred49, I liked the look. Simple but pulled off well. Tie and pcket square good for office and a dash extra.
     
  7. Hampton

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    Details on the chair?
     
  8. Fred49

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    Vioski makes the chair.
     
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  9. Hampton

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    Oh okay. It looks super fine so does your outfit!
     
  10. Fred49

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    Kind words thank you
     
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    and here i thought i was improving. ;)
     
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    Very Nice! As we say in these parts...Let em know!
     
  14. Fuuma

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    You should switch to blue or patterned shirts; your look isn't sober enough to be minimal (too much details, patterns, texture). You obviously know what you're doing so it is just a matter of making the jump.
     
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    Color best represented in top pic

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    Tie and pocket-square are too matchy-matchy. And get a haircut you damn hippie.

    Stitch, please get the collar lowered on your jacket, and consider darker horn buttons.
     
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    Short hair: the unspoken but tacitly acknowledged groupthink of SF.
     
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    i only wish i had hair like fred. :(

    not sure what you mean by collar lowered, and there is no way in hell i am getting rid of the MOP buttons. spreezy breezy! :)
     
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    Thanks Fuuma I will try that next time I wear the suit.
     
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    I will try something less matchy matchy next time out. The hair stays. I like the dichotomy.
     

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