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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by jmswentworth, Apr 3, 2005.

  1. jmswentworth

    jmswentworth Senior member

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  2. jmswentworth

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    Do you think people will think we are crazy? [​IMG]
     


  3. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    Um, I wear jeans 365, unless someone gets married or dies.  So, while perfectly acceptable, I would probably better dressed than you are to win "The Amazing Race."
     


  4. jmswentworth

    jmswentworth Senior member

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    Well, I'm sure the majority of the forum thinks I dress poorly. I stay away from 'old man' cuts like Brioni, Kiton, etc. And I would not be caught dead in English Shoes.
     


  5. Mike C.

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    Ummm... I hope the flight is only like 20 min, cause it seems like you'd be a bit uncomfortable.

    I like to wear linen when flying, or something else comfortable like oxford shirts and old jeans.
     


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    Its 1hr 45 I think. But I can remove the coat and HL sweater.
     


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    jmswentworth Senior member

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    I'm less worried about comfort, but I'm more worried that some people on the flight may think we have come out from a mental asylum, or on the other hand, are models straight off the runway
     


  8. Mike C.

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    Ok, not bad. I was thinking this was trans-Atlantic or something. Your's sounds like a cool outfit; post a pic of hers. [​IMG]
     


  9. jmswentworth

    jmswentworth Senior member

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    Originally Posted by jmswentworth,April 03 2005,22:38
    Its 1hr 45 I think. But I can remove the coat and HL sweater.
    Ok, not bad. I was thinking this was trans-Atlantic or something. Your's sounds like a cool outfit; post a pic of hers. Â [​IMG]
    Will do, it's about 4 am here, we leave for the airport in a couple of hours, so I will do it once we get changed.
     


  10. jmswentworth

    jmswentworth Senior member

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    (jmswentworth @ April 03 2005,22:38) Its 1hr 45 I think. But I can remove the coat and HL sweater.
    Ok, not bad. I was thinking this was trans-Atlantic or something. Your's sounds like a cool outfit; post a pic of hers. Â [​IMG]
    So sorry, the camera is locked in the suitcase.
     


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    Is the rest of the cast of Zoolander II flying with you? [​IMG]
     


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    (montecristo#4 @ April 03 2005,21:18) Is the rest of the cast of Zoolander II flying with you? Â [​IMG]
    lol, or Lakshi Mittal?
    I was thinking about the same. You beat me to it.
     


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    yup with you on that - the most comfortable thing I can find for flying. Dont really care how I look while aboard or while waiting at the baggage carousel. I basically hate cargo pants on general principle, but have to say, they are great for flying - soft, comfortable and lots of large pockets so Im never that guy at the front of the queue holding everyone up while rummaging through his bag for the ticket/passport/whatever-he-didnt-think-he-would-need at the gate.
     


  14. globetrotter

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    (montecristo#4 @ April 03 2005,21:18) Is the rest of the cast of Zoolander II flying with you? Â [​IMG]
    lol, or Lakshi Mittal?
    I didn't say anything, but that was my thought since the introduction page, and it's references to a villa in Dubai....
     


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    How can you wear a tie and french cuffs with a crewneck sweater, unless of course you fold the cuffs over the sweater's sleeves looking like a total jackass ? tie + crewneck [​IMG] .luc
     


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