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Yesterday I witness what was suppose to be a beautiful thing: a wedding between a young gentleman and a young lady. The bride was gorgeous and the couple was as happy as I have seen anyone be.

BUT for the whole time a particular thought kept crossing my mind: "Shit! The groom's suit doesn't fit!"

Thanks style forum.
 

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Well, at least you didn't say anthing.(I once made that excuse.....didn't end well)
 

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Originally Posted by blahman
Yesterday I witness what was suppose to be a beautiful thing: a wedding between a young gentleman and a young lady. The bride was gorgeous and the couple was as happy as I have seen anyone be.

BUT for the whole time a particular thought kept crossing my mind: "Shit! The groom's suit doesn't fit!"

Thanks style forum.


This type of posting is more typical over at AAAC.

Just sayin'
 

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Originally Posted by blahman
Yesterday I witness what was suppose to be a beautiful thing: a wedding between a young gentleman and a young lady. The bride was gorgeous and the couple was as happy as I have seen anyone be.

BUT for the whole time a particular thought kept crossing my mind: "Shit! The groom's suit doesn't fit!"

Thanks style forum.


di you notice if the suit was fused or goodyear welted? These cheap italian fused suits cant hold a candle to british goodyear welted suits
 

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Originally Posted by ralphwho
di you notice if the suit was fused or goodyear welted? These cheap italian fused suits cant hold a candle to british goodyear welted suits

Goodyear welted suit? Whhaa?
 

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Originally Posted by lee_44106
This type of posting is more typical over at AAAC.

Just sayin'


N00by noobs are nooby.

Some of the long-time members would rather focus on the bride's back-door or her breastessess.
 

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Originally Posted by Thomas
N00by noobs are nooby.

Some of the long-time members would rather focus on the bride's back-door or her breastessess.


Thank god! Good to know I'll be back to my old self in no time!
 

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Originally Posted by ralphwho
di you notice if the suit was fused or goodyear welted? These cheap italian fused suits cant hold a candle to british goodyear welted suits

Did his shoes have pick stiching?
 

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Originally Posted by Zachgranstrom
Goodyear welted suit? Whhaa?

didn't you hear?, it is the new rage. Allows you to change the canvas so a suit can keep its shape for virtualy a life time if you have access to a good cobbler
 

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Originally Posted by ralphwho
didn't you hear?, it is the new rage. Allows you to change the canvas so a suit can keep its shape for virtualy a life time if you have access to a good cobbler


 

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Originally Posted by blahman
Yesterday I witness what was suppose to be a beautiful thing: a wedding between a young gentleman and a young lady. The bride was gorgeous and the couple was as happy as I have seen anyone be.

BUT for the whole time a particular thought kept crossing my mind: "Shit! The groom's suit doesn't fit!"

Thanks style forum.


I hope she didn't have pointy knees or I would have left the building...
 

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Originally Posted by lee_44106
This type of posting is more typical over at AAAC.

Just sayin'


Yes, but the post wasn't started with 'Gentlemen"...
 

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Yea, this exact same thing happened to me at a wedding last month. The suit was pulling way too much in the back and it was like damn why did the tailor let my boy step out like that.
 

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Originally Posted by ralphwho
di you notice if the suit was fused or goodyear welted? These cheap italian fused suits cant hold a candle to british goodyear welted suits

Agree. Nothing like a good 360 degree welt on a hand padded collar.
 

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Originally Posted by ralphwho
di you notice if the suit was fused or goodyear welted? These cheap italian fused suits cant hold a candle to british goodyear welted suits

One day I hope to wear fully canvased Tretorns, but I'm not that baller yet.
 

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