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  1. MaGlas
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    Compatibility Patches for Retro Fashion:
    - Horizon: https://www.nexusmods.com/fallout4/mods/28707/
  2. padawanjedi
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    I was looking everywhere for a proper gentleman's hat! And you have a whole selection! Thank you!
  3. User_65282071
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    Oh man this looks amazing! I've been clinging to Oswald's outfit for so long its due for a replacement, the black frock coat is exactly what I need... but.. its missing something... a monocle perhaps? I feel like it would add the final touch to most of your outfits.
  4. Yamitri2
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    Looks good, but is white the only shirt color? I'd prefer a dark shirt with dark suit for my character to give a good crime boss look.

    Also needs more three-piece suits. Some of these suits would be sick if you could just unbutton them and see the vest.
  5. Shadowrogue2006
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    I too would be interested in seeing a Dirty/Worn versions of this mod. I wonder if I could do it myself.
  6. OHBOBSAGET3232
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    Amazing! I've been playing more suave and dashing characters lately and really wanted some more suits and fashionable clothing. A quick Google search led me here!
  7. Malferter
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    Fantastic mod! I utilize the Dave Poses mod to change the outfits of many NPC's in the Commonwealth so that I can utilize this mod's outfits effectively. The only question I have is will there ever be any "dirty" or "worn-down" versions of these outfits? Only reason I ask is I think that would be much more immersive in the post-apocalyptic setting.

    Beyond that, however, it is fantastic! Many thanks again for it !
  8. DroneIceSoldier
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    Mine come as errors ex some are invis and others are black and purple anyone know how to fix this?
    nvm
    1. MaGlas
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      In order to make your copy of Fallout 4 mod-friendly, you need to edit two configuration files, Fallout4.ini and Fallout4Prefs.ini. By default, these are located in:

      C: > Users > [Your Profile] > My Documents > My Games > Fallout 4

      In Fallout4.ini, repalce the line sResourceDataDirsFinal=STRINGS\ (under the [Archive] section), with:

      sResourceDataDirsFinal=STRINGS\, TEXTURES\, MUSIC\, SOUND\, INTERFACE\, MESHES\, PROGRAMS\, MATERIALS\, LODSETTINGS\, VIS\, MISC\, SCRIPTS\, SHADERSFX\

      Maybe that helps
  9. AndyTheSaurus
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    I cannot play Fallout4 yet (32 bit system), but having the tuxedo and two tailsuits (and maybe the cop) with wing collars would be nice.

    I used to do my own tuxedo and BDSM modding for fallout3, etc but am clueless over altering these models as only a recent Nifskope can handle them - no Blender.

    At least with Fallout 3 it was possible to transfer Fallout 3 meshes into Oblivion NIF files and vice versa.
  10. XannahDeux
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    Endorsed and Voted^^
    This is such an awesome collection, fantastic job!

    >>>Please wait the 15mins and ENDORSE this mod!<<<
  11. ParzivalTheWanderer
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    I don't mean to sound like a broken record, but is there a way to fix the outfits being invisible? I have tried other custom outfit mods and gotten the same error, I looked over some of these other comments and posts too, but none of the things people recommended seem to work. Any help is deeply appreciated.
    1. MaGlas
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      In order to make your copy of Fallout 4 mod-friendly, you need to edit two configuration files, Fallout4.ini and Fallout4Prefs.ini. By default, these are located in:

      C: > Users > [Your Profile] > My Documents > My Games > Fallout 4

      In Fallout4.ini, repalce the line sResourceDataDirsFinal=STRINGS\ (under the [Archive] section), with:

      sResourceDataDirsFinal=STRINGS\, TEXTURES\, MUSIC\, SOUND\, INTERFACE\, MESHES\, PROGRAMS\, MATERIALS\, LODSETTINGS\, VIS\, MISC\, SCRIPTS\, SHADERSFX\

      Maybe that helps
    2. ParzivalTheWanderer
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      Thank you so much, it is now working along with many other mods like it. Big thank ^-^
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