Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
That would depend on your height.
It is currently about 40F/5C here in NYC, hence the re-appearance of coat, hat, and scarf.
Suit & shirt - BB
Tie - Charvet
Cufflinks - Metropolitan Museum of Art
Shoes - C & J
Topcoat - JAB
Scarf - Paul Stuart
Hat - Selentino
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My height is 180 cm.
I turned 25 yesterday. Had a little bash at a friend's place. My wife made me cake pops! How awesome is that? Only a couple pics turned out, here's one with a buddy of mine:
got in to the office today at 630am. Trying my hardest not to fall asleep
a little closer look
and the shoes
Samuelsohn, Barba, Vanda, Panta, JL Westminsters, Radiomir 232, and my fancy target socks.
So many people on this forum are young and married. I am 26 and I cannot imagine being married any time soon. Something must be wrong with me.
I didn't get married until I was well into my 30s and that was only really to make it less hassle for immigration purposes - we were quite happy being partners. And in fact almost none of my friends who are married got married before 30. It does seem that now more people are getting married in their twenties again.
i couldnt imagine being married at 26 either. i held out a couple more years.
I can see being married in my 60's maybe.
It's a consequence of living in NYC.
I definitely think there is truth to that.
If I look at facebook and look at all of the people still in the boondocks they are all fat with 13 kids.
See you in Vegas bro
I know right? It is much more worldly to obsess about men's hair products and expensive city clothing for skinny people on Internet forums.
I date a girl that went to a SEC school and her friends are all getting married. It weirds me out. I hate to cast dispersions, and no disrespect to those that marry young, but to me it seems like a pretty solid way to waste your 20s.
That said, going to weddings is fun. So I suppose I'll be quiet and enjoy the fringe benefits.
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