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  • Why is he wearing an open-neck shirt and a sweater?

    CFTC chief Gary Gensler is out to police financial Wild West

  • Awkward youths, not yet assigned as teenagers, sport uniform open-neck shirts under blazers with badges, as they peer intently at pistons and cogs operated by boffins who wear greasy ties under long, brown lab coats.

    The Festival of Britain, 60 years on

  • His wife had hated the cropped hair — said it made him look like a thug — but the woman had run off with a bloody property developer who dresses in open-neck shirts and loafers: So much for her taste!

    Must Have Own Canoe

  • For the mambo, it was back to an open-neck shirt, no jacket.

    Zero Regrets

  • He was dressed as most of the men in the pub had been dressed, in a farmer's version of business casual: a shapeless woolen suit coat over a rumpled, open-neck shirt and baggy pants.

    The Devil's Bedpost

  • Gucci jeans, pink open-neck shirts and patent leather shoes made bankers as conspicuous as flamingos in a crowd of protesting wildebeest.

    Ann Pettifor: Dispatch from London: Day 1 of the G-20 Summit

  • Wearing an open-neck, pale blue shirt and a sleek navy pinstripe suit, the Liberal leader, surprisingly, lauds the "Dion is Not a Leader" ad campaign as effective.

    Archive 2007-09-01

  • “Ed Balls took a leaf from David Cameron's book yesterday, adopting the open-neck casual look as he sought to boost his credentials as a Labour leadership contender”

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • Kim is absolutely smokin 'in a black number with a daring open-neck design.

    WHC Part III

  • By the way the “open-neck shirt” look has been standard in Metland for years, sadly the 9mm accessories are getting quite common too.

    Birthday « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

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