Old 03-31-2018, 05:04 AM   #1301
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I currently have a beard, should I shave it off?

I believe a good suit is to women, what lingerie is to men
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Old 03-31-2018, 05:18 AM   #1302
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Old 03-31-2018, 05:25 AM   #1303
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"I feel like you have to celebrate who you are and where you come from, particularly as a Sikh, born in Canada with roots in Punjab. Your identity is important. I ensure my articles of faith are all high-quality and beautiful to celebrate them. I wear bright, colorful turbans—I’m not trying to hide them, though it’s really hard to hide a turban anyways—but now I’m really try to make them pop and stand out. I wear a beautiful, nice-quality Kara (bracelet) and a well-crafted Kirpan that’s made in the U.S. accompanied by a decorative Gatra (kirpan strap) with a unique embroidery.

I celebrate my articles of faith by having them made with high-quality and my style and aesthetic comes from the belief in quality and things lasting a long time if you take care of them, as opposed to consuming and discarding what you wear. This also goes into the suits that I wear. I believe in well-tailored suits, with a timeless character, and a slight “edginess” which means I wear cuts that are slimmer and fitted than classic looks. But I believe in simple color palettes that are bold, but not loud. I let the loudness come from my turban. I let that speak. You’ll always see me wearing a solid tie, white shirt, and solid pocket square, but my turban will pop."


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"I feel like you have to celebrate who you are and where you come from, particularly as a Sikh, born in Canada with roots in Punjab. Your identity is important. I ensure my articles of faith are all high-quality and beautiful to celebrate them. I wear bright, colorful turbans—I’m not trying to hide them, though it’s really hard to hide a turban anyways—but now I’m really try to make them pop and stand out. I wear a beautiful, nice-quality Kara (bracelet) and a well-crafted Kirpan that’s made in the U.S. accompanied by a decorative Gatra (kirpan strap) with a unique embroidery.

I celebrate my articles of faith by having them made with high-quality and my style and aesthetic comes from the belief in quality and things lasting a long time if you take care of them, as opposed to consuming and discarding what you wear. This also goes into the suits that I wear. I believe in well-tailored suits, with a timeless character, and a slight “edginess” which means I wear cuts that are slimmer and fitted than classic looks. But I believe in simple color palettes that are bold, but not loud. I let the loudness come from my turban. I let that speak. You’ll always see me wearing a solid tie, white shirt, and solid pocket square, but my turban will pop."


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He does look absolutely smashing in a suit.
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Old 07-27-2018, 03:22 AM   #1305
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I'm not quite sure where to put this video ... but they ARE wearing suits.
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Old 07-27-2018, 04:08 AM   #1306
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I'm not quite sure where to put this video ... but they ARE wearing suits.
As a strait male I enjoyed that, but I wouldn't call it Flamenco. I found myself oddly entertained by the dancing in Bollywood movies on Amazon and Netflix lately. Elaborate costumes, intricate choreography, and fancy footwork are really amazing to watch. The next time I find one with guys in "modern" suits I'll post it. Labels be damned. .
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