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12-16-2012, 08:03 PM
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No suit. I don't enjoy suits. Too rigid and formal and not... catchy enough.

We're classy as ****, not businessmen.

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I like to wear a suit.

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12-16-2012, 08:15 PM
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I like to wear a suit.
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A very pretty watch on my list after I settle into a place and a car AND I get my job back If I get my job back, it's all swell, I can pay it off in 1/2 year but if not, there's no way I can afford that with a conscience for finance.

http://ijewelrystylish.com/images/20...89266_416_.jpg

With a white leather strap.

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12-16-2012, 08:17 PM
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I love to wear a suit. If you think suits are rigid and just for businessmen you don't have a good, tailored suit. Does Lundy look rigid to you? Either way, suit no tie is super classy and clearly not business. You can dress forever with just a couple of GOOD well tailored suits and look like a million.

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12-16-2012, 08:17 PM
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I'd probably going with KU on this one, no suit for me

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I'd probably going with KU on this one, no suit for me
The young ones flock together. And that's CCP to you! (not CCCP though )

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12-16-2012, 08:19 PM
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A suit defined for me is Dress shirt, tie, suit jacket, dress pants.
I enjoy the mix in of a tux vest, sweater vest and the occasional dress shirt top botton unbuttoned and fitting blazer (ones not meant to be buttoned) with no tie and a contrasting colored tight jean style pants with a bit of shine. Maybe a bright light gray or a dust white.

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The young ones flock together. And that's CCP to you! (not CCCP though )
I can fix wit it, I want a skinny black tie, I dont have a lot of ties sadly. Probably gonna buy two or so when I get some $$

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12-16-2012, 08:21 PM
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A very pretty watch on my list after I settle into a place and a car AND I get my job back If I get my job back, it's all swell, I can pay it off in 1/2 year but if not, there's no way I can afford that with a conscience for finance.

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With a white leather strap.
Why? Without everything else about your appearance, including your physique and grooming, looking up to snuff, that watch will always stand out like a sore thumb.

http://uncrate.com/p/2012/03/tag-heu...y-watch-xl.jpg

Probably no where near the price and you can wear it every day with any outfit, look all-class and never raise an eyebrow or look ostentatious.

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12-16-2012, 08:21 PM
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I love to wear a suit. If you think suits are rigid and just for businessmen you don't have a good, tailored suit. Does Lundy look rigid to you? Either way, suit no tie is super classy and clearly not business. You can dress forever with just a couple of GOOD well tailored suits and look like a million.
That's borderline traditional suit vs. stylish suits. I own suits and they're very fitting and almost everything I owe is like that but I was mostly referring to normal suits that are not quite fitting. Fitting is the key word in looking classy and snappy. Whether it's a pair of pants, a t-shirt or a suit/vests.

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12-16-2012, 08:22 PM
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The young ones flock together. And that's CCP to you! (not CCCP though )
my apologies CCP

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12-16-2012, 08:23 PM
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I have a Tag Heuer watch I got from Pokerstars

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You are forgiven. Just call me KU, it's easier and I'm used to it

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I'm lost on the CCP CCCP guys.

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12-16-2012, 08:25 PM
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That's borderline traditional suit vs. stylish suits. I own suits and they're very fitting and almost everything I owe is like that but I was mostly referring to normal suits that are not quite fitting. Fitting is the key word in looking classy and snappy. Whether it's a pair of pants, a t-shirt or a suit/vests.
That's not traditional it's just badly dressed. Some older guys in the work force don't update their wardrobe as the times, or their bodies, change. Or they do but they buy things too big to hide growing bellies. Younger guys with bad suits eithet inherited/borrowed from someone, thus its not tailored, or they have bad fashion sense/noone to guide them. Young men with any sense dress just as sharp for work as a date in the city.

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12-16-2012, 08:26 PM
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Why? Without everything else about your appearance, including your physique and grooming, looking up to snuff, that watch will always stand out like a sore thumb.

http://uncrate.com/p/2012/03/tag-heu...y-watch-xl.jpg

Probably no where near the price and you can wear it every day with any outfit, look all-class and never raise an eyebrow or look ostentatious.
whats the price tag on that if I may ask?

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12-16-2012, 08:27 PM
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That's not traditional it's just badly dressed. Some older guys in the work force don't update their wardrobe as the times, or their bodies, change. Or they do but they buy things too big to hide growing bellies. Young men with any sense dress just as sharp for work as a date in the city.
That's what pops up when suits come into mind. That's why I love hockey Most of the guys have a pretty good fashion sense but I suppose it's not hard when you have essentially, the perfect physique.

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You are forgiven. Just call me KU, it's easier and I'm used to it
Im still stuck on what I should change my name to

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Not a fan of watches. I have a phone for that

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whats the price tag on that if I may ask?
the one MPF posted?

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Im still stuck on what I should change my name to
whatever happened to that?

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the one MPF posted?
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