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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by vero_group, Jul 2, 2003.

  1. Cravate_Noire

    Cravate_Noire Senior member

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    This discussion reminds me a little of some Austrian friends who suffer endlessly under the Habsburg laws.
    It's very important to have talked about it on an internet forum and everyone will be glad to be told what he's allowed and accepted to do.
     
  2. mikemas22

    mikemas22 Senior member

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    This discussion reminds me a little of some Austrian friends who suffer endlessly under the Habsburg laws.
    It's very important to have talked about it on an internet forum and everyone will be glad to be told what he's allowed and accepted to do.


    To me it's more about whether to have a stock emblem or one's own emblem, or just a monogramme. Or maybe nothing at all?
    But like stilmacher said, coats of arms mean nothing today and he's quite right.

    Perhaps instead of a stock pattern one could have some drawing of his/hers embroidered - e.g. lobsters? [​IMG]
     
  3. le.gentleman

    le.gentleman Senior member

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    I also agree with stilmacher. It is pretty pretentious to have an embroidered crown on one's shoes, especially if one comes from a blue collar background. I like initials more, or if you have a family crest - good for you. Alternatively, plain slippers would be a nice option imho.
     
  4. chrisjr

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    Apologies, I meant Church's when I said Clarks. What is Bowhill&Elliot?
     
  5. Thurston

    Thurston Senior member

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    Apologies, I meant Church's when I said Clarks. What is Bowhill&Elliot?

    Bowhill & Elliot answer here
     
  6. chrisjr

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    Marmot Active Member

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    I too have an MSN address.

    I finally discovered it was not too much technology for me to handle.


    I think you would be surprised at how accessible some technology is. I design websites and blogs for people so that they don't need to know anything more than how to use a word processor like like Word (and not even an advanced usage, just basics like how to bold, etc.). A lot of things are designed very simply, you just have to give them a little more time to figure out.


    [​IMG]
     
  8. Biscione

    Biscione Senior member

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    Biboy, if being in real life what his posts suggest, would be the e.g.

    I love how you explain a nonsensical term by making even less sense than before.
     
  9. Cravate_Noire

    Cravate_Noire Senior member

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    Apologies, I meant Church's when I said Clarks. What is Bowhill&Elliot?
    Bowhill&Elliot makes slippers for almost all brands, EG is the only maker which I have seen that makes rtw slippers in their own factory.
     
  10. sheermanus

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    [​IMG]

    Quick-take before I could completely get ready. Cropped to preserve anonymity... belt looks weird... shirt looks a little untucked, and can see the wifebeater underneath (yuck). Other than that... good, I suppose. I was more than few drinks in for a law school gathering... here's what you get.


    Naked Yoga,

    I have to tell you how i think you are very well dressed. You seem to have great fashion sense in a tradly sort of way. I dress trad myself and have since I was in high school back when the look was called "ivy" or just "traditional". While you comment you think your wifebeater undershirt (I hate them called that) looks yuck, I think it looks great. I wear a-shirts (wifebeater undershirts) myself and I love the look of the undershirt showing through a dress shirt. It's very trad in my humble opinion just like wearing boxer shorts is the only trad undershorts to wear. Do you wear athletic undershirts/a-shirt/wifebeater whatever you want to call them usually? I hope so as it's just part of the complete look to me. Keep up the good work and don't worry too much about what others say on here as I think most of them don't have a clue as to how to dress appropriately and certainly in the trad sense.
     
  11. MarcusB

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    How 'tall' are you? ^^^

    6'2
     
  12. DirtySouthGentleman

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    new here, so heres a picture of me for everyone to see

    [​IMG]

    one hell of a good time, and a smokin date!


    C14
     
  13. Egdon Heath

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    While you comment you think your wifebeater undershirt (I hate them called that) looks yuck, I think it looks great. I wear a-shirts (wifebeater undershirts) myself and I love the look of the undershirt showing through a dress shirt. It's very trad in my humble opinion just like wearing boxer shorts is the only trad undershorts to wear. Do you wear athletic undershirts/a-shirt/wifebeater whatever you want to call them usually? I hope so as it's just part of the complete look to me. Keep up the good work and don't worry too much about what others say on here as I think most of them don't have a clue as to how to dress appropriately and certainly in the trad sense.​

    I think you're way too into this guy's underwear.​
     
  14. Imperator

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    new here, so heres a picture of me for everyone to see

    [​IMG]

    one hell of a good time, and a smokin date!


    C14


    The tux is quite baggy, but who cares. The date is, indeed, smoking, and that's all that matters.
     
  15. DirtySouthGentleman

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    yeah never needed a tux with tails before so i borrowed one from a friend, next time ill be sure to get one that fits. ha

    there was about 5,000 people at this event one wild time.

    didnt reserve a table so we just sat at the vice presidents table, my pops took the table marker turned it inside out and wrote our name on it, funny as hell!

    C14
     
  16. Jayhawk1412

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    Here's a pic of me and my girlfriend... [​IMG]
     
  17. claremontboff

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    The tux is quite baggy, but who cares. The date is, indeed, smoking, and that's all that matters.
    Maybe a haircut is in order?
     
  19. DirtySouthGentleman

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    yeah i did get it cut before i went you should have seen it before then, i usually wear it all scragly but the lady didnt cut it short enough i think either

    DSG
     
  20. babygreenspots

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