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That thread seems like an excellent opportunity to share ideas visually when we feel we wear something interesting or fun or thought through.

Another group I'm in is mainly visual. Plenty of particitrousers 馃槃 offering photos.

Sure, on many of those a critical eye could find something questionable, and some raise those questions, but then the OP can consider those comments and implement or disregard. The visual sharing of ideas of what people like is really thought provoking. I've seen things I wish I had in my wardrobe and I've seen things I'd never wear. The benefit is seeing such a spectrum of ideas by others who enjoy putting together ensembles they actually wear, rather than ones put together by sellers to move excess inventory.

For guys interested in dressing well, I'm surprised more members here don't share what they wear.

Any ideas why?
 

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That thread seems like an excellent opportunity to share ideas visually when we feel we wear something interesting or fun or thought through.

Another group I'm in is mainly visual. Plenty of particitrousers 馃槃 offering photos.

Sure, on many of those a critical eye could find something questionable, and some raise those questions, but then the OP can consider those comments and implement or disregard. The visual sharing of ideas of what people like is really thought provoking. I've seen things I wish I had in my wardrobe and I've seen things I'd never wear. The benefit is seeing such a spectrum of ideas by others who enjoy putting together ensembles they actually wear, rather than ones put together by sellers to move excess inventory.

For guys interested in dressing well, I'm surprised more members here don't share what they wear.

Any ideas why?
Easy answer. This site has become a ghost town, echo chamber, whatever you want to call it. You'll quickly find what you seek on Styleforum, which has much higher engagement and a far greater number of participants of all ages.
 

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Easy answer. This site has become a ghost town, echo chamber, whatever you want to call it. You'll quickly find what you seek on Styleforum, which has much higher engagement and a far greater number of participants of all ages.
smmrfld, what in the world are you talking about? You can answer me later, after I get back from perusing the latest postings in the thread about geezers, and in the other thread about old-school gentlemen.
 
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