HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part III

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  1. goodlensboy

    goodlensboy Senior member

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    I wish I can write .1% like this
     
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    With your hair, I can believe you. For myself, since my mother has been dead since 1985, it's probably just as well that I don't have much hair with which to bother :satisfied:
     
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    Snow doesn't fall on a busy street.
     
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    Fucking nice.
     
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    beard dandruff, now that is something to be mindful of. especially when wearing grenadine.
     
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    People clearly didn't understand my comment.
     
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    i sure as hell didnt.
     
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    Snow:busy street :: hair:busy brain

    I don't think the saying holds any water because I try to not think as much as possible and have been shaving my head since 17.
     
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    It's been missed. Looking great as always!
     
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    Thanks!
     
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    so wait.....smart people don't get dandruff?

    Alright, now I am just being abstruse. Will go to bed now.
     
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    Thanks Stiches, JRD's thread helped me out a lot!
    Yes sir. 12oz.
    Of course. The Wang produces some fine products and using that term makes for some interesting conversation when a woman asks the maker.
    Thanks buddy, I appreciate that. Stayed at the Raleigh, heading back up to Boston as we speak!
    Thank you very much. JRDs thread inspired the look.
     
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    Nice Notepad...pants could use some tailoring work tho
     
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    Thanks!
     
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    The PoW with the turtleneck: full turtleneck, but fairly light and not tight around the neck. I often wear black shoes with this, but I wanted non-slip soles and all my black shoes are leather-soled. I started wearing turtlenecks a bit more after seeing an ad showing a model wearing a velvet jacket with a turtleneck sweater. Then I read George was wearing... a beige glen plaid suit and a blue polo neck sweater (The Second Cigarette, Patricia Highsmith) and experimented from there (although with a beige suit, a white turtleneck sounds much more fun).



    EFV I really like the fabric - in fact, I had some cushions made up in something similar recently, and started wondering about suit possibilities. But the blue shirt with the red/yellow bow tie is strong competition. I'd prefer a more subdued shirt, and either a plain wool bow tie, or a less bold wool challis bow tie. I can't really tell, but the waistcoat looks a bit low (overlaps with the trousers more than I'd like), and wide at the bottom, and for some reason it distresses me to see a seam edge (the fronts) end on a bold line in the fabric pattern. I'm curious about the pockets on the waistcoat. Shoes look fantastic with the suit. Good luck with the new venture.
     
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