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Comments on “SIGNALS

    Sam Jacobs on July 17, 2008 12:51 PM:

    We need a rebirth of cool…and I will NOT rely on Justin Timberlake for that!

    trip on July 17, 2008 6:57 PM:

    Man, I am stoked about that squash blog. Thanks for pointing it out.

    Giuseppe Timore on July 18, 2008 12:05 AM:

    This “no-belt with dress pants” thing has got to stop. As does the “huge break with sneakers” thing. And whats up with those inseam zippers?

    The Steel Crew on July 18, 2008 5:14 PM:

    I’m cool with no-belt with dress pants. If the pants fit, they fit. No belt necessary. Function at its finest. The “huge break with sneakers” thing is a different story.

    rachael on July 19, 2008 11:51 AM:

    The shirt and pants are fab together but I’m still deciding on the tie…maybe either the tie OR the watch, but not the whole outfit together, it’s too distracting, you don’t know what to look at first. I can see why they had to go without a belt–you can’t use a black belt because of the Navy blue in the tie, brown is definitely out with the gray pants, and white belts scream ’70’s disco. The shirt is the wrong texture with the pants, they needed a crisp starched white or pale blue instead, and then the tie could have a less Harvard-esque pattern, maybe a contemporary pattern similar to the shirt shown. The pattern on the shirt makes it look like those thermal underwear PJ’s from the early ’90’s. The rolled-up sleeves make the “thermal underwear” thing that much worse. A better pattern for a tie than a shirt, best taken in small doses. The watch is just so typical businessman, it’s boring. Show me a siver ID bracelet that reeks of old-fashioned high-school sexuality and youthfulness. This guy looks like a middle-aged CNN anchorman trying to be hip.

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