Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by acecow, Jul 6, 2011.
Nuthin' but love for ya brutha!
after all, it was understandable and quite funny, imo.
btw, i like the jacket as is, if that helps.
arrived yet at another hotel. my wardrobe is still limited to 35Kg of wrinkle inducing samsonite, of which ~20Kg are constantly occupied by various material measuring instruments.
luckily the in house dry cleaning sucks balls so I'm left with doing the laundry myself yet again. thankfully I have access to a German washing machine, a Dutch iron and a Chinese kneeling ironing board (??), I presume:
I think we can give a little respect to each other by our comments.
your hands are too big.
IMO, one should never wear dress shoos with shorts. Loafers/boat shoes/casual trainers/even Birkenstocks for all I care! LOL about the iron!
(I think you could afford, to undo another button--as, IMO, it looks a little stuffy--but, hay, no homo! )
As far as I can tell those aren't dress shoes. You have to get out a microscope to tell, and I still can't tell what kind of shoes they actually are, but they don't look like dress shoes to me.
boat shoes as he posted a similar fit a few days ago and told that these are his go to shoes on travels.
I must say that these Chinese hotels are extremely clean and efficient looking.
Your casual wear: nicely done.
And even not a second, so?
those are in fact my trusty boat shoes, that are for reasons unknown to me blake welded which frequently provides proper hydration of my feet during the monsoon. my shoe selection is rather limited right now. I only carry a pair of suede boots, a pair of sneakers and some black cap toes and these brown boat shoes with me.
the day you catch me with two buttons undone on a shirt, is the day you find me dead =)
honestly, it would fill me with a feeling of superiority, too if anywhere I go people will understand me when I speak in my mother tongue. 'murrica fuck yeah. learning a second language like spanish, french or russian? why? english was good enough for jesus, too.
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