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January 25, 2016


Formal wear.

(Thanks to Suzie Q Wacvet)


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Bond, James Bond.

One size fits all doesn't work for most men, just ask 'em.


not quite sure how these are worn,
i'm thinking they're Not 'rentals'

and *snork* @ dave's member

- COMMENT - dave's member Comment

James Bond??
Maybe it should be Richard Bond

I don't think my tailor will make alterations.

Shaken AND stirred

Faux tux? Foxy tux? F...

OK. Hands up who took the quiz.

Tuxedo Junction, anyone?

Where is the "Cumerbund"?

Do they have it in XXXL?

Is this a suit for wieners or a wiener suit?

For a certain percentage of wearers, it's also available in turtleneck.

Oh. My name above is linked to a URL for something unrelated. I hit "send" while trying to delete the one stored from last time. I will try to make amends by adding a new comment on the item of clothing.

Where do the cuff links go?

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