Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by SpooPoker, Jul 29, 2011.
I also think it was KB.
He was in the military and knew us all well.
What do internet forums clothing gentlemen like?
Bespoke clothing, English shoes, Allen Edmond and Alden shoes, close fitting cloths, groupthink, itchy-scratchy wool, brown shoes, grandpa shoes, flame wars, snark, Savile Row fashion, floating canvas lined coats, proper attire, matching clothes, Conservative Business Dress, player hate, light suit padding, buying at deep discount, personality cult, cufflinks, pocket squares, tweeds, shell cordovan shoes, smiley icons, etc.
Some of you guys couldn't buy, or sell, class if it took you all your life.
And this is a forum apparently dedicated to style.
sad to hear
Spoo—show some respect. Your question not meant as a jumping off point—if it were, you'd start a different thread. You're not intellectually concerned about what happens to a wardrobe after passing because as people who have inherited, we all know. Just because you apologise first, doesn't make it okay, and doesn't make it so you can speak with impunity.
He didn't say that he asked them if he could sell the stuff. He was just thinking out loud that it would be a great estate to acquire. No different than an art collector getting excited about rare pieces going on the market because of a death.
I wonder what Spoo would say about Vox's wardrobe.
Yeah but having no censor for whats appropriate to say and when is crass. I understand how the mind works, and as someone who has a predilection for thinking terrible thoughts at inappropriate times I've learned over time to keep that under control. That's all im saying. We don't even know if he's passed and you're already asking questions about his wardrobe.
No, we got you, we just didn't say anything because it seemed not totally okay to do so.
Agree to disagree then, and lets move on. If you care to go on about it, PM me. No need to do so further here.
You are an insensitive prick, eat it.
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