Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Manton, Jul 30, 2012.
this is truly insightful. well said.
Thanks. It isn't everything, but it is nonetheless a small victory to me that there is a recognizable "Foo" look.
A shame it was discontinued. That jacket is amazing.
Foo: I like all your suit / tie combos, but, of all the people here, you would be the one to benefit most from adopting the white linen square you so abhor.
Flaneur@ 556: sorry, don’t like it, both too dark and too heavy for summer.
Unbel @569: quite good until I get to your feet. Also that collar, I assume that is the “bad” shirtmaker?
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Eg: yes, it will be written up.
Foo @645: fine, certainly tasteful, a lighter tie would give it more zing. @649: top much better than bottom, mostly because of contrast with coat and tie.
I think the white linen square is usually too sharp, too contrasty, too biting. Sometimes, I want that crisp, razor-sharp edginess. But most often, I don't.
could you imagine if you could get that look incorporated into the iconic emoticon.
i know, mind blown right?
Don't panic but it seems your outfit was attacked by some sort of bacteria, it doesn't appear to have tainted your flesh yet.
In other words all these small patterns make it look like some sort of terrible square/dot invasion.
Incidentally, that may be my favorite square. The vaguely 80's retro cheeziness is awesome.
Can you do cream ps instead?
I do, quite often. Maybe 20% of the time.
I was a waiter there. I know enough.
Chili's was around before the war?
wow. that is an interesting tidbit. you must be a master of your yeitzer horah.
i apologize for my assumption.
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