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jasondmzk
6 Feb 2013  #1
What's in fashion for fellas with a sense of style? My wife and in-laws are in the public eye and I want my moda to stand the scrutiny.

Thank you for that. I appreciate that you took the effort to post the same joke three times. Now, if there's anyone here that has more taste than time, I'd be delighted to see it.
APF 4 | 106
6 Feb 2013  #2
Its not a joke, it is reality in Poland .. have you ever been there?? Especially in some Wroclaw neighbourhoods?? I hope for you, you will live in the inner city ..
OP jasondmzk
6 Feb 2013  #3
Of course I've been there, I'll be living in Krzyki, not Orzechowa. I haven't been in two years, though, and I don't want to bring a bunch of suits with lapels that are too wide or ties that are too thin.
APF 4 | 106
6 Feb 2013  #4
Then why can you not speak Polish, when you lived there for two years?? Isnt it disrespectful? All those yankees here in Germany at least try to speak German .. and they are not bad!

Anyway .. about fashion in Poland .. Polish men dont care about fashion, you dont have Polish designer labels, you can not find stores with Hilfiger, Boss, True Religion etc. down there .. they have rather a casual style like sports dress or modest outfits .. they girls are rather more into fashion, the best brand in Poland for girls are Zara, H&M and Guess.
OP jasondmzk
6 Feb 2013  #5
My Polish is serviceable, while your manners are not. I asked for advice on the fashion moderne for the young and stylish, and you chose to make an unwarranted commentary on myself and Wrocław in general. Your opinions aren't germane to my query, and you are dismissed from furthering this self-wrought discord. You do not run with my set, and it's obvious that my set would not welcome you in kind. I've no more use for you, so you may go now. Should you feel this a challenge to remain and make a mockery of yourself and your social aptitude, you will do so without my participation. Again, thank you for nothing.
poland_
6 Feb 2013  #6
My wife and in-laws are in the public eye and I want my moda to stand the scrutiny.

If thy are in the public eye they must avail of free clothing, so should you as a add-on.

If they are not on the list of freebies:

Nouveau riche: Designer labels, the more ostentatious the better ' no idea all the gear types'
Old money: Classics ' best of British'

For the young: Abercrombie/Hollister, Jack Wills.

If you wish to be a fashionita it is very inexpensive to do a weekend in London or Paris, just bring your plastic.

You do not run with my set, and it's obvious that my set would not welcome you in kind.

Come on Jason be a mensch, Poland has changed since you last visited, we are in the age of austerity.
ismellnonsense - | 118
6 Feb 2013  #7
Nouveau riche: Designer labels, the more ostentatious the better ' no idea all the gear types'

knowing a thing or two about jason
this is right up his street

it just so happens that jasons mother in law is known to me
and she is about as nouveau riche as it gets
many lols at her expense last year
Wroclaw Boy
6 Feb 2013  #8
My Polish is serviceable, while your manners are not.

LOL, welcome back Jason.

Have you been properly rehabilitated? are you safe to be unleashed onto the forum?
poland_
6 Feb 2013  #9
it just so happens that jasons mother in law is known to me
and she is about as nouveau riche as it gets
many lols at her expense last year

If you say so, you have the knowledge not me on this one.

My kids like their fashion and mostly go to London to do their shopping. as they get a lot more for their money. One of their brands was Abercrombie/Hollister now they have relegated it, to must NOT haves as they are opening the first branch in Poland at Gal Mok. It is funny how young teenagers can be...

You have got all this to come WB, in a few years your daughter will be taking you to Westfield's for a day out. On a serious note the prices are so much better value in the UK.
smurf 39 | 1,982
6 Feb 2013  #10
My Polish is serviceable, while your manners are not. Again, thank you for nothing.

Bahhahahaha, awesome put down :)
Fantastic read, I doff my hat to you squire :)
FlaglessPole 4 | 669
6 Feb 2013  #11
Have you been properly rehabilitated? are you safe to be unleashed onto the forum?

I, for one, am happy he's back, all of a sudden this forum got whole lot more interesting, his inputs and facility with words are delightful, welcome back. And that's all I care about here, his in-laws and especially opinions of others about his in-laws I couldn't care less about.. I only hope this time around trigger happy P3 keeps it zipped up, not that I'm implying that his reproductive organs bear any resemblance to firearms... in his mind at least... oh wait that's a different thread...
Wroclaw Boy
6 Feb 2013  #12
I only hope this time around trigger happy P3 keeps it zipped up

P3 has single handedly damaged this forum more in a few months than all the other mods put together, banning Delph and Harry for three months was a big mistake.
FlaglessPole 4 | 669
6 Feb 2013  #13
banning Delph and Harry for three months was a big mistake.

To be completely honest, even tho I often agree with both of them, their barking chihuahua tandem has gotten on my tick. Especially Harry seems to be on some kind of crusade, which initially might have seemed righteous but of as of recently he's been perfectly happy sacking Byzantium...
smurf 39 | 1,982
6 Feb 2013  #14
banning Delph and Harry for three months was a big mistake

Hear hear, 100% agree.
jon357 63 | 14,122
6 Feb 2013  #15
I don't want to bring a bunch of suits with lapels that are too wide or ties that are too thin.

Do you have much stuff like that?

Just go to Peek & Cloppenburg in the mall.


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