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Well I guess I'm safe from the rumor mill. :)
At some point, grown-ups should have become involved.
No point in me going. They'll all be too large.
And Owen was someone you could believe both Rachel McAdams and Marion Cotillard could fall for.
My wife wanted to see a LOT more of Hemingway!
Something black and sleek. Maybe something Italian with a blake constructed sole.
Churchill wore a hat called a Bowker.
I think that is what this hat is supposed to be.
Like no red silk square with black tie?
I'd prefer a 3x6 on a polo coat.
Ralph sells them. But I'm sure he gets over the top dollar for them
From my personal observations at the time I recall that a turtle neck was often worn back in the 15 minutes that the Nehru jacket was popular.
You ought to read the gaffs in films set in the medieval period that I see on an armour board I belong to.
I'm sure this shows up in the photos but there appears to be a place for a small mirror.
My thoughts are leaning toward some sort of woman's...
Any ideas as to what use this case had?
Did they look the same as today's "fashion" square toes or are they a chiseled toe shoe?
pictures would be a help.
What about balance.
Right now at 5:35 PM it is 85 degrees Fahrenheit.
Still too warm.
Check back in a month or so.
Ignore the V shaped black lines. They are not what is called the gorge.
The seam made by the joining of the collar and lapel are the gorge.
My eye keeps being drawn to the flower.
I don't think it should have been pinned to the lapel but stuck into the button hole.
And the tie is too...
Well no, because the V shape of the black lines is a relation but not a cause. the cause is the gorge which in the new photo is red (orange to...
It is the seam where the collar and lapel meet.