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on Fri, 2012-07-06 09:39
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Now this man has put together an appropriate look for a fashion show. This is a bold statement that he has made, the color of the suit is unique with a perfect fit for a gentlemen. The shoe design and color complement the suit, and that stylish leather belt to finish the look. The choice of a tshirt instead of a shirt is perfect to give it that casual yet elegant touch. This is a perfect look for a fashion show- we love it
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Ooh my goodness, Max Hamata is man wearing leather or pleather? Why would you go to a Nakara fashion show and look like a comic in this jacket that is a shiny plastic imitation of leather. And the jeans? Did they accidentally fall into jick/bleach? Is one side of the jean longer than the other? And if all the combination of this look is not bad enough you pull that Omundaungilo pose?
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