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  • When do the lobbies for bond-lawyers, paper-hangers, arms-peddlers, and the pin-stripe pirates shut down?

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  • This Hamlet is one torn between the old ways, epitomized by the old warrior father, and the modern, epitomized by the pin-stripe suited, suave Claudius (downplayed effectively by Patrick Stewart).

    Culture

  • Instead of a fedora and pin-stripe suit, these days goodfellas are more likely to be juiceheads that look something like Café Martorano's owner, nephew of former South Philly mobster "Long John" Martorano, although he chose the culinary life over La Cosa Nostra.

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  • When she finds me, she might even put me in my favorite pin-stripe pajamas because I look handsome in them.

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  • First there is the pin-stripe suit, the uniform of choice among the wine trade's well-heeled.

    A Back-Label Approach

  • First there is the pin-stripe suit, the uniform of choice among the wine trade's well-heeled.

    A Back-Label Approach

  •   And the pants and coat match, into pin stripes (not a pin-stripe suit but a navy/gray line pattern).

    Cheryl: Comp

  • Sir James was wearing a cobalt blue ribbon belt, white Converse Jack Purcells, a shapeless pin-stripe blazer and a zipped shirt by Y-3.

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  • I couldn't help notice his navy pin-stripe suit, wing tips, and shirts with "JJG" monogrammed cuffs.

    Feeling Flush in Flushing

  • First there is the pin-stripe suit, the uniform of choice among the wine trade's well-heeled.

    A Back-Label Approach

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