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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by earthdragon, Nov 18, 2008.

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  1. Prince of Paisley

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    I picked it out when fxh and I went to that leather place on Oxford St. fxh bought something else a little more, um, S&M SWD.
     
  2. The Ernesto

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    'Ol chicken legs in his chaps.
     
  3. JimmyHoffa

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    Remy and DR will never be BFFLs. DR seriously froths for Hong Kong Ralph Lauren, Remy does not share this froth.

    Looks good Pop, keep it up chief.
     
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    I will refrain from making any comment so as not to offend the brown leather jacket 1st airborne division (aka dad's army)

    That model's pose though. Derek Zoolander he aint
     
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  5. DartagnanRed

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    Thank you for alleviating my fears. Back to worrying about things that actually matter (career/family/topy?)
     
  6. Prince of Paisley

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    I'm hoping this was a double entendre Jimmy, in which case, you have moved up a notch.

    You are now back to notch one.
     
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  7. skeen7908

    skeen7908 Senior member

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    Arent you a young man? Youd really go out in public wearing a shirt tucked in to jeans?
     
  8. Pink Socks

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    Fixed that for you.

    Surely your post was not serious - that young men should not tuck shirts in...
     
  9. DartagnanRed

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    Shawly he'll peak at notch one.
     
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    I wear a good majority of my shirts (that aren't tees) tucked into jeans... was not aware of a faux pas regarding this.
     
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    There isn't.
     
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    I do?
     
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    Isnt it all contextual...I think the outfit would have looked sloppy with the shirt untucked and probably not what he was going for. Either way rocking the brown leather like a champ PoP.
     
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    It looks really trite. It's incoherent and ugly.

    EDIT: I was referring to tucking shirts into jeans, not POP
     
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  16. DartagnanRed

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    Not enough black right?
     
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  18. thebrownman

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    I been away a while, but I heard that there is an opportunity to give shit to Foxxy so I'm back.
     
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  19. LonerMatt

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    I do think black jeans would have been better, but honestly, a plainer shirt untucked (remember, many shirts are made to be worn untucked, they are shorter, etc) would ahve been fine. The large belt buckle and bright shirt, as well as the tucked in shirt don't really work together, IMO. Luckily, POP is all into DadCore, so it's not as if he really cares overly.
     
  20. ColdEyedPugilist

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    But... But if I don't tuck, it makes it harder to get the Kabar TDI folder on my dad belt into play

    Can't have that.
     
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