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    Quote Originally Posted by Swing Motorman View Post
    Oh, I don't know much at all either, and there may be some fashion "law" broken that I know nothing about! But you and her can both rest easy knowing even if you get "men's attire" slightly wrong, you're still looking far better than "21st-century boy-man-thug's rags" done perfectly.
    thanks for that! Well, I tried to adhere to some of the advice given by folks like Mr. Deckard, ie. matching similar patterns in different scale (in this case small squares vs big tartan) and went with colours that seem harmonious.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Delmark View Post
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    Yep you are, and looking very sharp doing too. The sign post up ahead The Fedora Zone.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by rue View Post
    Oh and .... I'm not married anymore
    Ouch, my condolences, Rue... (

    As for me, same old khakis, but back to black Dockers Gordons underneath. Wish temperatures would get up to somewhere I could ditch the thermals...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay View Post
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    That's a well styled coat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gin&Tonics View Post

    Apologies for the annoying flash on the button; they're actually a lovely horn material, the flash just caught it at the wrong angle.

    Tie is MacKenzie tartan; the tartan of my old regiment. Shoes today were brown leather Clarks. Can you tell I have a 2 year old?
    Very nice photo, G&T. I spot a baby-photograph on the refrigerator in the kitchen (in the photo, just above,and to the right, of your left elbow).

    Is that your little angel?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RodeoRose View Post
    Everyone, you look marvelous!!

    Many thanks to Land-o-LakesGal for my frock; it made the most perfect Christmas gown.


    And now, here's a more casual ensemble from today:


    (...there are some more photographs at my blog)
    Really interesting clothing you are wearing, but l am not sure the colours are all working together.

    The second photo
    Lots of interesting things going on in the top half and it looks nice, but the bottom half is much plainer and doesn't really work with the top half. l would have chosen a skirt with darker bold colours so it doesn't get over powered by the top half. l would like to see the entire outfit flow a lot more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Shooman View Post
    Really interesting clothing you are wearing, but l am not sure the colours are all working together.

    The second photo
    Lots of interesting things going on in the top half and it looks nice, but the bottom half is much plainer and doesn't really work with the top half. l would have chosen a skirt with darker bold colours so it doesn't get over powered by the top half. l would like to see the entire outfit flow a lot more.
    Was that really necessary? She always looks lovely, and if you don't enjoy the combination others very much do. Sheesh!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shangas View Post
    Very nice photo, G&T. I spot a baby-photograph on the refrigerator in the kitchen (in the photo, just above,and to the right, of your left elbow).

    Is that your little angel?
    Thanks for the compliment!

    As for the photo, well that's a very long story actually.

    That pic is actually of a baby we've been trying to adopt from Eastern Europe for the past four or five months. His name is Ivan and he was born with no arms and only one improperly formed leg. Sadly our hopes of adopting him were dashed recently because an orthodox priest snatched him to take to his "private orphanage". He hates international adoption and goes around snatching kids that are about to be adopted. The guy is a fraud and charlatan, judging by all the info we have about him.

    In any case, sorry to get off topic; we're going forward with the process to adopt a different special needs child and just putting ourselves in God's hands.

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