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    Let's talk about suits and fashion

    Quote Originally Posted by It is Fake View Post
    Okay. That's what I was wondering. I saw your post and had a case of Deja-Vu.
    Really I've got a pretty narrow wheel house to debate in so most likely I'll repeat myself. Bjj, suits, food, and advertising/marketing.

    Unlike everyone else on this site I'm not a sociologist, economist, or an English teacher.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Koresh Jr. View Post
    Really I've got a pretty narrow wheel house to debate in so most likely I'll repeat myself. Bjj, suits, food, and advertising/marketing.

    Unlike everyone else on this site I'm not a sociologist, economist, or an English teacher.
    Suits and marketing both fascinate me. Start some LLL threads on them


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    Suits?

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    I'm working on the thread now Johnny.

    Quote Originally Posted by Omega Supreme View Post
    Suits?
    Yes, suits you heathen. It's what people with style wear to show we're better than you.

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    Um yeah, back on topic. I've also trained with two Pittman/Machado black belts for several months, including several other Machado trained black belts. (Just giving you my bona fides)

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Koresh Jr. View Post
    I'm working on the thread now Johnny.



    Yes, suits you heathen. It's what people with style wear to show we're better than you.

    :TrollDad:


    Um yeah, back on topic. I've also trained with two Pittman/Machado black belts for several months, including several other Machado trained black belts. (Just giving you my bona fides)
    Let me know when the thread is up you neanderthal. Want to guess what I used to do for a living?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omega Supreme View Post
    Let me know when the thread is up you neanderthal. Want to guess what I used to do for a living?
    Let me guess, you worked the press at a dry cleaners?

    (It's going to be about a Suit 101, where I like to get mine, how they should fit, what colors and cut. Appropriate accessories, and what looks good now.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Koresh Jr. View Post
    Let me guess, you worked the press at a dry cleaners?

    (It's going to be about a Suit 101, where I like to get mine, how they should fit, what colors and cut. Appropriate accessories, and what looks good now.)
    How about I used to be a professional shopper for several neuvo companies in need of dress codes and etiquette for their CEOs.

    Suits have always been hard for me considering I have a 12-14 inch drop. As of late I've pretty much stuck with sports coats and slacks. Just got done buying a few Friday. My mom used to be a professional shopper and buyer.

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    suits, shirts - i live in new york city so i have a reasonable tailor and can have them made bespoke.

    shoes - all about alden. have some cap toe, wingtip, saddle shoe and indy boot aldens.

    funny thing is that i mostly wear jeans/t-shirts to work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Omega Supreme View Post
    How about I used to be a professional shopper for several neuvo companies in need of dress codes and etiquette for their CEOs.

    Suits have always been hard for me considering I have a 12-14 inch drop. As of late I've pretty much stuck with sports coats and slacks. Just got done buying a few Friday. My mom used to be a professional shopper and buyer.
    Legit! We must compare ideas!

    Why not go dark wash jeans and a casual sports coat? It's one of my favorite non-suite substitutes. It's casual with a hint of class.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Koresh Jr. View Post
    Legit! We must compare ideas!

    Why not go dark wash jeans and a casual sports coat? It's one of my favorite non-suite substitutes. It's casual with a hint of class.
    I do this too. I was going to buy a Pleather coat to finish this off but I ended up with a light olive linen 3 button and a two button micro hounds tooth, black and white, with peak lapel. Went well with the dark jeans I brought to match up.

    I'm also glad that vests are making a comeback.

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