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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
Okay... I need to know which hair products you use :/
I wash my hair every other day with... wait for it... Dr. Bronner's tea tree oil soap. It is natural and keeps the flakes away. Then I use a product called The Big Tease, again all natural by a company called Lush. Ask me how many members here have PM'd me to ask the same questions.
it's like david lynchs and buddy hollys love child... what happened to your pinky?
edit: woah I've wasted my #200 post on this.
wasn't going to post fits again here but i see there's a theme !
i ran out of beans and store didn't have what i wanted so i got a latte and some counterculture beans this morning
windy day making everything move around too much
navy trousers (darker than in pic)
Spoo, I also bought a Zegna suit today grey one. Needs to be tailored then some pictures will come up
Spoiler: Warning: Spoiler!
Booth just Rick Rolled, with that hair.
Last for a while, my three month hiatus begins today.
I went aggressive with hemming these pants as a reaction to some of my previous images.
That was not a waste, imo. If Kyle Machlaclan, Charlie Sheen and Crispin Glover had a three-way I would be the product.
It does look eerily like I don't have a pinky. I guess it is curled.
Much more wintery for me this morning
I have a similar looking navy tie that is wool. It's not a rough wool, but more of a silky looking texture with some sheen to it. Since it is not rough, could I wear it all through the summer months, or should I start to think about putting it away now that temps are consistently (well, until the last few days) over 70?
What I wore today, shirt is in fact pale pink but my iphone seems to have gone crazy....
Suit: Gieves & Hawkes
Shirt & Cufflinks: Paul Smith
Just like your socks and pocket square.
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