Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
Where is he BTW?
But crappier care.
patrickbooth, just saw few pictures of you back in this thread. Want to clear this out from now, your hair is fucking awsome man? Is that weird that I think that way ?
As I know pretty much the same as in US
That's what I said, class is much more than income. It's a combination of profession, education, income, tastes and family background.
To give a contemporary English example, in the housing boom, mortgage brokers were making 150% the income of doctors for several years. This was on the back of qualifications that took about 8 weeks to complete and mis-selling products far and wide. Their income did not make them middle class.
Where are the photos of clothes you nitwits?
You're all discussing other persons' lifestyle, etc again just as you did with that guy who was posting fake photos of himself. You guys are insufferable in that regard.
BTW, patrickBOOTH, I see you in and around Variety on Graham often.
Why don't you say hi?
awesome. he looks like carl reiner a bit.
noap. he has an awesome coif.
No, not weird. Thanks tho. You should see it today, I had zero ounces of motivation to groom it this morning. Rats nest, all the way.
so is the ebb and flow on WAYWRN
Close the discussion of wealth - is completely uninteresting.
Let's go back to the discussion of the ability to combine colors, textures, silhouettes.
Let's go back to being able to pick up clothes for your figure and the features.
Let's go back to the classic style in a modern form.
Let's go back to dialogue and exchange of experience.
Stop talking about money!
To return to our communion in the right direction, I say:
For me style is 20-30 years, 40-60 years, as well as the twentieth century. All the best was then.
Of course modern silhouettes and cuts have changed and we must follow the spirit of the time. But the idea of combining colors, shapes, textures and components must be taken exactly one of those golden years of the past.
It is also important to understand that it fits your body type, color, contrast, type.
Learning to understand the principle of proportions of shapes and colors.
What we are doing everything.
In general - continue to talk about style. Let's not talk too much about money.
Thank you and hope for your understanding .
I just realized it was you the other day. Will do.
Espresso is on me! Well hopefully not on my suit...
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