Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Claghorn, May 21, 2014.
That suit calls for darker shoes. In this case black would be best.
I don't like that tie with it either.
Outside pics today. Loving this weather. Happy Pi Week. I'm up to 50 digits for our recitation competition tomorrow.
That paisley tie again.
You wear the hell out of that DB Betel!
Not sure about the shirt, Betel, but everything else is .
Rare miss for you, GMMcL. Tie's giving off a Hojo's vibe. Ok if you're going for (damn fancy) fried clam strips, maybe not so effective at swaying the jury.
I learnt it to 107 decimal places as a teenager and oddly enough, I'm pretty sure I can still remember them all, although I might need ten minutes or so to brush off the cobwebs.
The way I did it was through verbal memory, not numerical. When I say the digits, I'm not even thinking about what the words represent.
@Coxsackie is that a SuitSupply ajcket?
No Betel, it's Canali Exclusive - silk/cashmere.
Just tried to write down 100 decimal places of pi - here it is. I'm slightly unsure about one of the five-digit blocks, which I've bolded.
3.14159 26535 89793 23846 26433 83279 58218 41971 69399 37510 58209 74944 59230 78164 06286 20899 86280 34825 34211 70679
Goodness only knows why anyone would do this. I think it was a dick-swinging contest between me and another spotty nerd at school.
Well done. I just got up to 100 tonight. The bolded block is 50288. I knew 100 last year at this time. Last week I knew 10. Hopefully, I'll get another 50 by comp time.
I like the guncheck. It's a bit difficult to resolve the colors though. Is it a blue and tan/gold?
Now that's a very nice jacket.
While I would have liked the tie better slightly structured in this context, the knot is very nice.
We're cheesy grin and giant hands bros! So you definitely have my sympathies.
Now this is the first of your outfits where I would change something to bolder. The tie to green. Pink and green is such a great combo and it would avoid the near-matchyness of jacket and tie. But very nice nonetheless!
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