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I mean, I don't think so, no, though admittedly I don't know the people in question, what they're wearing, or the context in which they're wearing it; self-respect is manifested in all sorts of ways that aren't associated with dress. It comes off at best "weird condescending exclusionism" rather than valid or funny, to me. Of course I don't know 1969 either.but it is a valid and a funny take, innit?
Yes!Jamieson’s is back!
Greg are you a 46 in Jamieson’s?
Similar question. Large in Inis Meain, 52 in most tailoring, go with 42, or size up to 44? I know some UK knitwear companies size as actual sweater size, so a person who is a 42/52, takes a 54 sweater....can be confusing.I think I can swing a 44 (before lunch)
Well, the camp collar shirts are cool but I am iffy about sizing - I just don't know what the fit of these will be and I am pretty happy with my current rotation of camp collar shirts. That's not to say that I won't pick one up next S/S.I am missing something here? I guess it depends on one's definition of 'dress shirt', but all the links I see are for casual shirts....
Gotcha - just wanted to make sure I wasn't missing a section of the pre-orderWell, the camp collar shirts are cool but I am iffy about sizing - I just don't know what the fit of these will be and I am pretty happy with my current rotation of camp collar shirts. That's not to say that I won't pick one up next S/S.
As for the other shirts, yeah, they aren't dress shirts per se. But they are shirts that I would likely wear with a SC, and I have worn a jacket two to three times in about 7 months.
Oh man can’t wait for that. I still watch the original and Boomerang all the time.I work in editing on features. I go back and forth between being the department head on smaller indies and a little lower on the totem pole on bigger projects. Currently working on the Coming to America sequel.