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Rock Your Socks- show your sock, shoe & pant combos

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Gus, Jul 27, 2008.

  1. in stitches

    in stitches Kung Joo Moderator

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    i thought those were some crazy spectators for a minute, haha. nice, green is the color for today.
     


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    agreed. i have a pair in my car right now im dropping off at the tailor today. Trying to decide between 2" cuff or no cuff. first world problems eh?
     


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    patrickBOOTH Stylish Dinosaur Dubiously Honored

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    2" cuffs all the way.
     


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    my others are just plain hemmed. and i prefer a wider cuff. thanks for the input pB!
     


  7. in stitches

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    yup, you are tall derek. 2" for you is a good cuff length. it will match...... :devil:


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    mcarthur Stylish Dinosaur

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    nephew,
    good looking cap toe
     


  9. mcarthur

    mcarthur Stylish Dinosaur

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    the negative of those overshoes is that they do not fully protect the shoe in the rain or snow storm
     


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    mcarthur Stylish Dinosaur

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    1 3/4 cuffs
     


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    i caved and went with no cuffs....I prefer mine to be a little longer in the back anyway...
     


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    mcarthur Stylish Dinosaur

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    i appreciate the up date
     


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    You can still do that in with cuffs.

    I have been debating going 2.5" cuffs. I think I have the height for it.
     


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    I shall make this thread my personal tweeter.

    Going to bathroom now. BRB LOL!


    I tried 3" cuffs and my tailor laughed and said id have to take them elsewhere. "I dont want my clients looking like a clown and telling them I did the work" smart guy i guess...but im going to do 2.5"....im 6'2 ....Ive made worse decisions.

    Back from the bathroom BTW. now im eating tacos. JK LOL.
     


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    Thanks


    I know, but XXL SWIMS would have been too large. I don't think I'd wear shoes in either of those conditions, if they are torrential or blizzard.
     
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