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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
Admittedly, I didn't know who he was until this morning.
-Unarmed kid gets shot
-Perp not charged because of stupid "stand your ground" law
-Thanks for pushing this legislation, NRA!
MC turning into CEsspool ? might actually make for an improvement
Did someone mention MC becoming a cesspool?
Now we'll get to see whether or not everyone's super 130s bathing suits have pleats.
do we have a bunch of MC:WAYWRN folks mucking it up in the SW&D:WAYWRN thread?
why is this still going on?
can't you guys just leave us wannabe old men alone to post boring old pictures of old men clothes?
I never got a chance to wear this madras jacket after I got it at a TJ Maxx slayer this fall. So, humid day today and decided to try it out. Thoughts(have not altered it yet, took tags off today)? Wearing brown penny loafers with this but my other choice was grey suede chukkas.
P.s. I have been staying quiet on this insane SW+D and MC aesthetic vs. philosophy of dress debate as I am in no way experienced enough in clothing to comment. I will say, that a majority of people just put on something that remotely fits, is comfortable, and falls within their social/economic scale. I think clothing is a personal expression and not a science. Though one may learn the rules and framework of writing poetry or essays, the true art of written word is the nuance and personal expression of the writer. Of course, if it is a jumbled, rambling, incoherent mess, then it is called "art" only by those who like to break down the rules of syntax, grammar, and semantics. Essentially, there are rules of fit, color, texture etc. but clothing is ultimately a personal art. Although wearing Yohji or other vogue brands may be the equivalent of quoting On the Road as your favorite novel despite never reading it, one could say the same for liking Isaia or Brioni and saying you enjoyed War and Peace despite never making it past chapter 1. Just my two cents...
Anyway, back to the clothing
Maybe it's his tight face haha.
Unfortunately, one might also see many pleats in such a situation, not on the bathing suit itself .
i hope am not intruding, last comment was in reference to CE and the political nature of the preceding few posts
i really like some of what i see here. upr_crust is inspirational and my favorite poster here, UC suit was oustanding, there have been many contributions that i just love seeing. and it's nice to see GDL during his M-F 9-5 (though i suspect he works more hours than that??) as opposed to his weekend warrior fits of schneiderian proportions. if you prefer, i can relegate my comments to the thumbs up section and avoid any further discussion
shah - you're a messenger of peace and are most welcome here (I think )
More for you - this is me making sure the bills get paid:
Spoiler: gdl 5-9
Mine have pleats, cuffs and a button fly!
Now that is a spoiler!
Finally, the sun sees fit to shine upon us poor, deprived Sydney-siders...
Robot Pose especially for my new SW&D friend (G'day Shah!)...
Spoiler: Warning: Spoiler!
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