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CBD WAYWRN: An Experiment

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Manton, Mar 11, 2011.

  1. gdl203

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    Nice. What color shirt is that--is that a blue check?
     
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    Really like that tie gdl.
     
  4. gdl203

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    Nice. What color shirt is that--is that a blue check?
    Light blue micro-gingham
    Really like that tie gdl.
    This tie has a circumvoluted SF history. Will the original owner please stand up? [​IMG]
     
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    What an attractive shirt. Liking the windowpanes and the hint of red.
     
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    Really like that tie gdl.

    +1
     
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    I am with you on this and I am 25. To me derbies can be substituted for sneakers in most applications.

    I run track in Corthay Arca's.




    GDL, great tie and we are wearing basically the same suit today.
     
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    I run track in Corthay Arca's.




    Sweet. Never imagined there was room for the screw-in spikes.
     
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    really prefer the non hacking pockets on you MOK
     
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    What brand of shirt is that?
     
  11. Manton

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    Don't like the shirt or the square. Would prefer the shoe be F rather than U. Like everything else.
     
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    Don't like the shirt or the square. Would prefer the shoe be F rather than U. Like everything else.

    How could you not like this shirt - it's positively awesome.
     
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    How could you not like this shirt - it's positively awesome.

    I basically dislike all shirts with textured weaves except oxfords, no matter how awesome they are.
     
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    I basically dislike all shirts with textured weaves except oxfords, no matter how awesome they are.

    No textured weave here. Basic poplin with a micro-gingham pattern. I would bet money that you'd like it IRL
     
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    No textured weave here. Basic poplin with a micro-gingham pattern. I would bet money that you'd like it IRL

    When you put it that way, I might.
     
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    I basically dislike all shirts with textured weaves except oxfords, no matter how awesome they are.

    What about chambray, linen and seersucker?
     
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    What about chambray, linen and seersucker?

    Seersucker not for shirts. I don't consider those to be fancy weaves. They have texture but the weaves are still plain. I like them both though I don't have any chambray and at this rate I doubt I ever will.
     
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    Seersucker not for shirts. I don't consider those to be fancy weaves. They have texture but the weaves are still plain. I like them both though I don't have any chambray and at this rate I doubt I ever will.
    Gotcha. Not sure what I'd do in NY summers without my seersucker! I love light blue chambray shirts as I feel the texture goes very well with dark brown suede shoes and tweed jackets which I wear regularly when the weather calls for it.
     
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    Except for the lack of socks, this is all awesomesauce.

    Mike
     

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