HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part III

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  1. fritzl

    fritzl Senior member

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    you know that dry cleaning can damage the material?
     


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    muricans have no wine glass culture, unfortunately.
     
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    That's because beer and whiskey are much tastier [​IMG]
     


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    good times. thumbs up. you like it the rosé?
     


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    ah, you mean... ...well then.
     


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    Nonsense.
    [​IMG]
     


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    Another great combo CTP. O/O might look nearly this good if he would get clothes that actually fit him.
     


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    I just noticed something that merits constructive criticism: the pocket square - it has slipped almost out of sight. Not sure what you can do about that, though.

    On a high note, it looks like you had a pretty good time, even if it was a business-related event. [​IMG]
     


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    FWIW, O/O usually looks great imo.
     


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    FWIW i think this comment is assuming that O/O wants to look like CTP. I think both dress very well.
     


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    Nice! Who makes your monks, if I may?
     


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    He has a well-established 'look' on this board which has somehow become elevated beyond criticism, and that's fine, but if any noob posted similar baggy fits on here he would be slaughtered.

    Jus sayin
     


  14. EBugatti

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    Not so. O/O is very consistent, meticulous and deliberate about how he dresses; his clothes fit properly, and they are full-cut. This is very different from a noob dressing with ill-fitting "baggy" clothing. Two different things.
     


  15. ColdEyedPugilist

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    I agree.

    Love what o/o does.
     


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