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What are you thankful for?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by vero_group, Nov 27, 2003.

  1. vero_group

    vero_group Senior member

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    It's Thanksgiving Day. When it comes to fashion, what are you thankful for?
     
  2. Alias

    Alias Senior member

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    Pinstripes. They're just... awesome.
     
  3. mistahlee

    mistahlee Senior member

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    the work of the weavers
     
  4. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    Denim and fashion eyewear.
     
  5. matadorpoeta

    matadorpoeta Senior member

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    i'm thankful for this forum, as it has given me a place to discuss the clothes that i like and to discover new clothes as well. most of my friends dress like slobs, or do all their shopping at banana republic/armani exchange because it's safe. it's great to have a place to discuss men's clothes.

    i'm also thankful for every article of clothing i have.
    have a safe thanksgiving everyone.
     
  6. The_Foxx

    The_Foxx Senior member

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    ah, only on this forum would we find such a topic. Well, here's what i'm thankful for:

    - coming back alive from the war in Iraq
    - my wife, and her constant support
    - our new house (with walk in closet just for me.)
    - Brioni
    - Volvo European Motorcars
    - Oxxford sportcoats
    - Luigi Borelli shirts
    - Coffee
     
  7. Boulevardier

    Boulevardier Active Member

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    I am thankful for this forum and for the great people and neat stores that I have discovered in the last year.
     
  8. js1023

    js1023 Member

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    eBay, and Paper Denim & Clothing for making me to wear jeans again.
     
  9. jcusey

    jcusey Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Amen to that.

    Amen to that, too. If the shoes aren't my undoing, the Borrelli shirts certainly will be.
     
  10. Zubberah

    Zubberah Senior member

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    the freedom to wear what i wanmt when i want and how i want and not be constricted by "rules".
     
  11. Ambulance Chaser

    Ambulance Chaser Senior member

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    Cashmere
    Mechanical watches
    Chelsea boots
    Bumble & Bumble Sumo Wax
    Bluefly
    The death of the square-toed shoe fad
     
  12. greg

    greg Active Member

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    black turtlenecks
    cartier santos
    a mohair suit
    a pinstriped suit
    a suede jacket
    john lobbs
    friends
    family
    health
    contentment
     
  13. Nektopoli

    Nektopoli Active Member

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    I remember buying my first suit, it was 1987 or 1988 and I just started working at a bank as a teller and needed a suit. I was 21 and still living under the close eye of my parents. On that day, I headed out to Woodies to pick out a suit with my mother. I eventually found one I like and took it up to the counter to get a few shirts and ties. I salesman comment on my selection say it was one of their best suits (what did I know). And, off I went. A few days later, after I had retrieved the suit after alteration had been completed I was talking to my (at the time) girlfriend and mention that I had bought a suit. She asked me who the designer was, not knowing much more then I liked the was the suit looked I had to check inside the jacket, the tag sewed inside said MANI by Giorgio Armani. I told her, she being much more fashion savvy then I, went silent for a few second and then ask me when she was going to get to see me wearing it.

    Anyway I'll post pic of the two MANI suit I have laying around(both of which do not fit) when I get a chance.

    NP
     

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