٭٭٭ No Man Walks Alone - Official Affiliate Thread ٭٭٭

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    1969 Senior member

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    They did, but they're from last season. Belated fit pics . . .
     


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    Murlsquirl The Moral Squirrel Dubiously Honored Moderator

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    I'll be wearing my GRP buttoned like that next time....trying to be as cool as, Lawyerdad.
     


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    I saw this on Four-Pins today, makes me excited about joining the big scarf club:

    Is the length of your scarf heavily correlated to your overall stunt level?

    Ay, initiate dick measuring contest in 5… 4… 3… 2… 1. For real though, YES, the length of your scarf is directly correlated to one’s overall stunting. Consider the limited number of ways you can wear a chode-like piece of fabric draped limply around your neck. In this case, size does matter. Whether you plan on letting your stole hang low or knotted up so your neck’s in some type of elaborate Chinese finger trap, more length equals more options. Thank you, dear reader, for letting me get off a year’s worth of wiener jokes in a single paragraph. Oops, I did it again. — L.S.
     


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    unbelragazzo Jewfro Dubiously Honored

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    Holy shit, it's possible to have sunglasses for more than 3 months without losing them?
     


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    Thanks Greg an company for a great sale. My Christmas is set.

    [​IMG]
     
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    I wouldn't know. But I'm lucky that sometimes I can keep the lose-find-lose-find cycle going long enough that I get to feel like like Xmas*/NMWA delivery day comes dozens of times a year.





    *stitches, call me bro - I'll explain this one.
     
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    that is a serious haul!
     


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    Schneider again? Again and again and again (plus Sage de Cret trousers)

    [​IMG]
     


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    I do want to try out a Schneider shirt. I keep eyeing that blue denim-textured hidden placket one. And one of the plaidish flannel ones.

    @tdude that is truly epic. Nice stuff.
     


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    The world can always use more SdC pics! Especially of the trousers [​IMG]
     


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    I find the Schneider shirts are very easy to move between different looks - you can style them to look clean or, as in my previous photo, in a layered look (like with the cardi I was wearing in the pic from this weekend).
     
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    I just noticed the combination of the large checked pattern on the SdC trousers and the color bands on the SS shirt. I like that.

    SS shirts do look versatile while also clearly being something a little different (both from the cut and the fabric) than your standard shirt.
     


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