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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Claghorn, May 21, 2014.
^ Now that is nice.
Great city isn't it?
I work downtown and love it!
Shugga wins. Flat. Out. Winning. He even has the chin up F U thing going on.
Who irons your trousers?!!! I could shave with that crease!!!
Its not about caring what people think, its about being aware of your environment and understanding when sometimes wearing something in said environemnt is not quite right, regardless of what people think.
Also, sometimes its just a PIA to deal with peoples asinine comments, and when Im not in the mood for that, I will often skip it. Ymmv, but there is nothing wrong with a person who feels a PS is not appropriate for his surroundings, its not like not wearing pants.
SB, the DB is baws on you.
I feel like going into more detail, but I'll just leave it at....^this.
State Trooper Hats FTW
Very, very nice SB. Suit fits you beautifully. Deets, please?
Sugarbutch, that's my favorite of all your fits.
I saw Portland, ME under optimal conditions - the weather was great this past weekend, I had the use of an apartment within walking distance of Commercial St., and a local guide (my cousin) to recommend the best restaurants and other activities. It made for a very relaxing and enjoyable weekend.
Just tell them the hanky is a homage to JFK or RR, depending on the political environment.
Understand but it's odd that in Australia not one person has commented on my PS. They are starting to proliferate here as well now.
I dress however I want, no matter the surroundings or the people therein.
Err, I'm not American but I believe both these gentlemen drew quite a bit of attention. Sartorially as well...
I don't plan on engaging in a pointless debate. Wear what you want, people. I plan on doing the same...which won't include pocket squares.
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