Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by ThinkDerm, Aug 23, 2011.
What? It's before six.
To keep it clothing related... hope it didn't affect Ron Rider too much (Richmond-based) and his ability to produce/ship sick ass footwear!
Felt a tremor here in Baltimore - my office building was evacuated...anybody know how to get shart stains out of wool trousers?
just take them to the thrift store and someone here will pick them up
Was in an elevator here in NC, it wobbled a bit and I figured the elevator was just a bit wonky. Then I got back to my office and everyone there was talking about an earthquake...
Clothing related: Several swatchbooks fell off my shelves in Charleston, West Virginia.
Not my fault.
I didn't feel a thing but lots of people told be they did here in N.Y.
My Daughter moved back to campus in Maryland this morning.
Sent me a video of how things were shaking in her apartment.
I'm in Charlottesville, VA, about 30 miles from the epicenter in Mineral. Luckily, looks like very little damage in the CVille or Richmond areas.
There were a few damaged or destroyed buildings closer to the epicenter in Louisa county, and the aftershocks broke some windows, lamps, etc. at the houses of my coworkers nearby, but we've heard no reports of serious injury.
So ... what was everyone wearing for the big event?
Charles Tyrwhitt shirt & Pants. AE Georgetown shoes!
Having not received a proper invitation I was NOT appropriately attired!
Sky blue and white mini houndstooth Corneliani sport coat, White shirt, Orange Sherbet Cashmere tie by Emma Willis, Santorelli silk paisley pocket square, Borelli Khaki Trou, and to make matters all the worse, Grenson White Buckskin Oxfords with broughing.
All of it decidely light colored and dandified for a natural disaster I fear.
Fortunately, we only barely felt it here in ATL so survival gear was not neccessary after all.
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