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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by NORE, Aug 1, 2012.
please don't ever wear that suit jacket/cardigan combo again.
gdl, are the shirts from the series of pics mostly BD? can't tell on some..Thanks
That rust jobby is definitely strutting its stuff. And, the blue gun club (?), too. Considered in toto, I think his casual Friday looks are Peacockin' on the DL
Overall, gdl's odd-jacket repertoire is from the top drawer.
which part is confusing?
Oh thanks ! I had to go back a couple of years to find some funky stuff
I haven't yet but digging it up gave me some ideas for next winter...
BD, BD, spread, BD, spread spread in that order
I tell ya SuBu , I build bridges. That's what I do.
gdl, you seem to have forgotten your tie with the BD collars, did you put it on after these pics were taken
Just noticed the Morse code in your sig, --. -.. .-.. Clever.
I just don't think any of it is peacock, that's all.
Epic. I especially covet the light gray with the patch pockets and the salt & pepper tweed.
Bespoke 'cocking inspiration...
That's more like it.
How about a few contributions from myself:
Facial hair peacock?
I predict that the last one gets Bris' "BINGO!"
Tell me about the glove in the 'madova' pic.
Thursday (that is definitely not a goatee btw, that's just a white trash beard I'm rockin)
Friday (the tie knot is a FIH, not sure why it looks so loose in this pic)
Those ties are all just horrible. Sorry.
I'll agree w the purple tie worn with the DB, but the other two are dope, you'd need to seem 'em in better detail, putting them in up close pics only probably just doesn't do them justice... (I originally typed "just don't" instead of "just doesn't", it took me looking at this three times to figure out what's wrong with the sentence. Sober on a Friday night, last time that happens.)
thanks for the feedback.
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