The source of all great mathematics is the special case, the concrete example. It is frequent in mathematics that every instance of a concept of seemingly generality is, in essence, the same as a small and concrete special case.
Mathematics is not a deductive science – that’s a cliché. When you try to prove a theorem, you don’t just list the hypotheses, and then start to reason. What you do is trial and error, experimentation, guesswork.
Fall is creeping up to me. I need autumn and winter wear! ASAP! Stat!!!! So I was flipping through my favourite outerwear from Fall 2011, and voila, Shipley & Halmos caught my eyes. Okay, so, their stuff can look really simple and boring at times, but with my aging and growing career I can’t always go and wear a Jeremy Scott pizza cape. I’m growing towards the more “functional” and “professional” look this season.
I want that purple shirt and possibly not purple jeans (‘cause my BF wears purple jeans all the time) maybe blue or slate grey trouser. I did buy a pair of Dunderdon blue trouser few months ago! Not sure if my hair is curly enough to pull off the beanie hair look, which I mean, my hair is not curly at all. So I’ll stick with my vintage fedora or just my hair. And even in the Portland massive rain winter, I want to go into work looking professional but fancy free. I like that salt and pepper sweater, it goes really well with a work trouser and a scarf? SCARF? Why not! I work at a creative studio! Shopping list 1: spring scarf, CHECK!
And YES! More scarf! I usually would never wear two strips at once, but hey, this combo looks pretty good. I think mostly the width of the strip on the long sleeve and scarf are so contrast that makes it work. And the scarf is a cold colour comparison with the warm dark colour of the long sleeve shirt. I usually look chunkier with anything that has thick strips, but maybe this year I can find something that’s more fitting. Shopping list 2: thick strip long sleeve, CHECK!
The last look I actually really like, even though I’m not so into the coat… it is kind of growing on me. I really love the pairing though. That Scandinavian sweater goes so well with everything else on the model. It pops the pattern on the sweater without making it look like a bad Christmas family album. Shopping list 3: Scandinavian sweater, oh WAIT! I already own one! I bought one from Iceland!
Lastly, how about this extra number? An art piece called rain jacket by Mjolk. Not sure if I could pull it off, or anyone 6ft with model like body. But I do like its colour and little touches. Can someone in the back alley make a jacket like but with my measurements?