So – this is a new formal interim look for special purposes… We all have secrets no?

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  1. Massimo says:

    Suave |swɑːv|
    adjective ( suav·er , suav·est )
    (esp. of a man) charming, confident, and elegant : all the waiters were suave and deferential. See note at urbane .

    DERIVATIVES
    suave·ly adverb
    suave·ness noun
    suav·i·ty |-vɪti| noun ( pl. -ties).

    ORIGIN late Middle English (in the sense [gracious, agreeable] ): from Old French, or from Latin suavis ‘agreeable.’ The current sense dates from the mid 19th cent.

    Suave
    adjective
    your clothes should show what a suave man you are CHARMING, sophisticated, debonair, urbane, polished, refined, poised, self-possessed, dignified, civilized, gentlemanly, gallant; smooth, polite, well-mannered, civil, courteous, affable, tactful, diplomatic. See note at urbane . ANTONYM unsophisticated.

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