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    Looks great Shaun

    Super presentation Shaun. You look great! Show them how its done.

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    Looks great and I hope it kept you warm today.

    I think your seamstress did a outstanding job keeping the setts aligned with the arms, pocket flaps and all
    Steve
    Clan Lamont USA
    SR VP & Central US VP

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    Nice looking suit, I'm impressed at how well it works together.
    My style doesn't like the kilt matching anything since that can kinda make it look like a dress from a distance.
    They did a heck of a job lining the sett of everything up!

    With that much RED on absolutely everything you're wearing, my first thought though was making a joke about the first Scotsman joining the "Bloods" gang...
    https://unitedgangs.com/delmann-heights-bloods/

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    Your whole outfit looks amazing! I'm sure you made a splash wherever you wore it.

    I'm a traditionalist, and you can't get more traditional than a tartan outfit!

    (Is there an "envy" button??)

    Your outfit, and that red tartan, put in mind several 18th century portraits showing outfits of similar red tartans

    Last edited by OC Richard; 31st July 18 at 10:07 AM.
    Proud Mountaineer from the Highlands of West Virginia; son of the Revolution and Civil War; first Europeans on the Guyandotte

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    Well Done

    Hope to see this in Salado!

    Jack

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