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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Claghorn, May 21, 2014.
I would like to be associated with the words of the last speaker
Probably a good idea, but hard when you are being blasted constantly there.
I'm so sick of this shit. @P-K-L , kindly leave
@DonCologne alone. You were timed out before for this type of stuff before. You don't like the guy. Fine. Put him on ignore, or hold your tongue. It's clear that your comments are not welcome, and that other members of the forum also find them offensive and spiteful. I've actually received a number of complaints about them. A lot members don't get along, but deliberate baiting is uncommon. @DonCologne , please just PM me or one of the mods if this goes on, instead of cloging up a good thread.
I think that we all understand each other, gentlemen. As you were.
Not had much opportunity to post much of late. Shooting this evening and used it as an excuse to wear a tie
You, sir, have gravely misunderstood me.
Big T gets it.
Nice over, Clags. The tie sucks though, give it to me.
I lost disrespect because you assume that forum members are unable to make judgements and decisions regarding style on their own.
Skinny lapels are "fashion-y". Nobody is saying that they aren't. They are only stylish for someone that likes them. But in the realm of classic menswear...they are obviously not stylish.
For men interested in classic menswear...it is very clear that style is defined as something that is masculine and timeless. There are aspects of this that are drawn upon in every generation....this is what makes them classic...and this is what makes them stylish. They evolve, but they always evoke their heritage.
and done: http://www.styleforum.net/t/439157/friday-challenge-14th-november-show-us-your-tweed/15#post_7503199
It appears you have some tendency to circular reasoning...
On another note, I don't think that men who fret endlessly about their clothes and stuff brightly coloured pieces of silk in their breast pockets, will be considered 'masculine' by any general standard. Our CM universe is but a small one.
I've mentioned this before, and I'll mention it again, women in America seem to be really attracted to, or at least interested by, well dressed (by CM standards) men. Certainly more so than in Korea. I don't know if that makes it masculine. But that's gotta count for something.
Blues and greys and a bit of linen mixed in for a warm day
Au contraire, friend. It is you who has misunderstood me.
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