Browne: skirt suits for men

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Re: Browne: skirt suits for men

Postby Pythos » Sun Aug 23, 2009 9:13 pm

I would like a masculine version of that shiny skirted outfit!! I love that skirt and how it fits.

Now as far as the Browne skirt suit. I love it. I really hope this takes off!!!
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Re: Browne: skirt suits for men

Postby davemcwish » Tue Aug 25, 2009 9:38 pm

Pythos wrote:I would like a masculine version of that shiny skirted outfit!! I love that skirt and how it fits.


Me too ! :oops:

Try gothic e.g. here. Not shiny but there might be something...
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Re: Browne: skirt suits for men

Postby Since1982 » Wed Aug 26, 2009 2:54 am

Those are very interesting Dave, there are a couple I saw tho, that do remind me completely of tablecloths. Like this one>>
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Re: Browne: skirt suits for men

Postby nelsonclassic » Wed Nov 04, 2009 10:58 am

Hello friend,
Nice collection man !!
I liked the style..It seems stylish as well as comfortable pattern..They can be wore casually and formally also..I liked the pattern of your coats especially.
They are looking a bit different but I think we can do a little bit experiment with shoes like we can have a bit different pattern something like Mezlan Shoes,Bacco Bucci Shoes, Allen Edmonds Shoes etc. which will make it's look more stylish. :)

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