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Quote: Originally Posted by Eason No, but we have hair. BAM! BOOM! HEADSHOT!
Black shoes with a navy suit makes Baby Jesus cry.
Honestly, I think authenticity is academic here. The real issue is that the style is VERY out of date -- big, very low notch in a lapel that's wide in all the wrong places, kind of shapeless, odd low grouping of three buttons... I wouldn't buy it no matter who made it.
Man, did I ever misinterpret the subject line... I figured this was about a class action suit against Coach relating to their imaginatively-priced Chinese-made products.
I don't mean this in a negative way, I swear I don't, and I'm not trying to diss aeglus. But can someone explain to me what about his fit was special, noteworthy, original, etc. such that so many people voted for it? Or am I missing the point, and the idea was simply to execute a very conventional style in the most mistake-free manner possible? I don't know, I'm asking.
Here's the thing about Spoo: He wanted to win, so he went for it; his fit shows some originality and he clearly wasn't going for a tie (no pun intended). Doing a poal for a set of submissions like this isn't all that interesting. What we really should have done is set an over-under on how many dark denim + blazer combinations we'd see. Finally, 2011 is just a few weeks away, and anyone who still wears faux-workwear can suck one. I thank you for your time.
I don't think your pics are big enough. Or that you were close enough to the slippers when you took the photos.
The wool trousers were almost OK, but they ruined them with a 1980s over-the-top taper.
No Graham Norton? Really?
A mid-20s associate wearing a double-breasted coat is a prime example of what attorneys call douche ipsa loquitur ("the douche speaks for itself"). You want to work for the firm, man, not dress up like you're trying to stage a hostile takeover of it.
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