"Eccentrically Mustached Lawyer" - NY Mag Look Book

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  1. chorse123

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    this is actually somewhat common in europe. takes a lot of work. not for me.
     
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    It works well for him.
     
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    I was watching the news yesterday and say a Canadian soldier in Afghanistan with a very similar moustache. I immediately thought of a French officer during WWI. It was delightfully odd.
     
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    New York criminal defense attorneys always seem to be having the most fun with their appearance. His suit looks fairly conservative, interestingly. (And it fits well.)
     
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    I was watching the news yesterday and say a Canadian soldier in Afghanistan with a very similar moustache. I immediately thought of a French officer during WWI. It was delightfully odd.
    It's also somewhat Prussian, and Teutonic.
     
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    New York criminal defense attorneys always seem to be having the most fun with their appearance. His suit looks fairly conservative, interestingly. (And it fits well.)
    These days, DB does have a whiff of eccentricity about it though.
     
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    These days, DB does have a whiff of eccentricity about it though.
    It does seem that way. *sigh* [​IMG]
     
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    He's one of us.
     
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    When you've got a few years on you, own nice clothes and know how to wear them well, you can get away with almost anything.
     
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    Yes. IMHO almost perfect.
    The watch lets it all down.
     
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    Yes. IMHO almost perfect.
    The watch lets it all down.


    I agree. It's way too big.
     
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    It looks like a sports watch.
     
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    That guy doesn't give a damn what any of us think, and that's the best part.
     

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