Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by earthdragon, Nov 18, 2008.
Disregard females, acquire aesthetics. You will never be friendzoned again.
Just bought some radiohead tickets on ebay. Should i be worried that the seller had the seat numbers showing in the image?
I would be extremely worried.
Sarcasm? i can't tell
Does ticketmaster really watch ebay and cancel tickets
apparently they really do :/
Ticketmaster are epic cunts. Wouldn't put it passed them.
Of course I'm being sarcastic.
You contribute nothing. And then ask a question that has no relevance to this Thread.
Shit day prepping for contracts exam. Did some retail therapy on HC:
Silver navy check
Here's today's outfit - unfortunately, due to the limitations of the iPhone 3GS camera, some of the photos are rather overexposed so the colours are somewhat washed out.
Spoiler: Warning: Spoiler!
- Land's End "Hyde Park" OCBD shirt;
- Panta self-tie bow tie;
- Deer Style cotton jacket, with waist patch pockets;
- Herringbone blue paisley silk pocket square;
- Brooks Brothers orange cotton trousers; and
- Loake 1880 blue suede tassel loafers.
Last day of my "OCBD shirt week" tomorrow, so I'll have to have a think about what to wear...
Looking good JM. Not sure how keen I am on the natural colour soles of the loafers.
Does anyone here know if you can add a chest pocket (that's not a patch) to a jacket? A linen jacket I thrifted doesn't have a chest pocket at all and it's messing with my desire to wear pocket squares.
Oli thanks for the order, navy grenadine sold out this morning, you have an email with a few options on what you want to do. Cheers, Jason
Prof - I have a few of the more casual jackets with no breast pocket.
Live with the jacket - relax - don't force it into some other style. You'll look better .
Sometimes looks you wouldn't normally go for work out much better than your own ideas.
Anyway pocket hankies are overrated and along with double monks are now a cliche.
The absence or presence of a pocket rag wont make the difference between looking good and not looking good.
hrmm, can't tell if Amish or country bumpkin
Sophisticated Queenslander in formal wear.
So, so, so cruel.
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