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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by acecow, Jul 6, 2011.
sleek, or scruffy?
clever Acrid... the neurons must be running hot today to have come up with that. a comment against my better judgement. You just reminded my why I always ignore you and your fatuous drivel.
#menswear means the outfit is a incongruous conglomerate of recent trends in men's fashion with no real sense of style
really formal shirt (spread collar, no placket) with jeans
the colors are all off -- washed jeans, ugly pink shirt, strange jacket
not only a pocket square, but an inappropriate, ugly pocket square
loafers surely worn without socks
I can't quarrel with the "fatuous drivel" part - when you're right you're right.
I have struggled hard to contain this unruly square, but I guess it's time to try some tough love.
I was trying to be neighborly... it's Friday, so quit busting my balls. Start happy hour early and have a drink... jeez.
+1 ... hence my comparison:
tegs, you are a douche, but at least you are a good one.
imo, he is honing the communication skills of the unwashed.
I was wondering why I didn't quite like this fit even though I like the components, and the crease on the pants is one of the things. In fact, I don't think the top and bottom halves really work together at all. Bow tie is a bit twee too. I love the waistcoat though.
Spoiler: Warning: Spoiler!
Jobs Handtryck (Swedish hand-printing company from Dalarna, heavy heritage for me)
Its my massive pecs.
It is a wide neck opening. Buzz Rickson. Its the only thing I'm not crazy about on it.
Looks good. Plus you have your playoff beard going as well. What do you think about the big derby Monday? Balotelli hat trick AND red card??LOL
I like this.
Feeling blue today:
I know what you mean! (though not quite sports related)
Well played, fritzl. Well played.
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