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Agreed

Clint is awesome and gotta love his story from laughed at actor to accomplished director, however, he has some of the worst personal style in Hollywood...

He looked great in these old spaghetti westerns though.
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Clint is awesome and gotta love his story from laughed at actor to accomplished director, however, he has some of the worst personal style in Hollywood...

He looked great in these old spaghetti westerns though.

For me Eli Wallach and Lee Van Cleef set the standard.

http://www.allposters.com/-sp/Eli-Wa..._i3810795_.htm

http://thebad.net/

About 40 years ago I and some family members attended a Spaghetti
Western " Marathon" in New York: The Good the Bad and the Ugly, A Fist Full of
Dollars, and Hang 'Em High, all in succession. After which we went out for
Pasta in the Italian part of Greenwich Village and drove around in my
brother-in-law's Corvair Monza convertible. It was one of those beautiful
summer weekend days when Manhattan is relatively empty. Oh. the
Nostalgia!
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For me Eli Wallach and Lee Van Cleef set the standard.

http://www.allposters.com/-sp/Eli-Wa..._i3810795_.htm

http://thebad.net/

About 40 years ago I and some family members attended a Spaghetti
Western " Marathon" in New York: The Good the Bad and the Ugly, A Fist Full of
Dollars, and Hang 'Em High, all in succession. After which we went out for
Pasta in the Italian part of Greenwich Village and drove around in my
brother-in-law's Corvair Monza convertible. It was one of those beautiful
summer weekend days when Manhattan is relatively empty. Oh. the
Nostalgia!

The Old Guys Threak is this way ------------>


- B
post #2089 of 2153
Doc, whither art thou?
post #2090 of 2153
It's coming, hopefully this evening. Don't panic!
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post #2092 of 2153
Well, it was quite a week, wasn't it? Several of the looks made me want to jump for joy:
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While others made me want to dive for cover:
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One notable event: We were invaded by Eds.
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Meanwhile, Cravate's tie grew increasingly glad to see us:
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I was disappointed by the lack of bowlers and whangee-handled brollies, but at least Foxx gave us this, earning him umbrella of the week:
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Sportcoat of the week:
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Tie of the week:
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Knit tie and velvet collar of the week:
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Sweater of the week:
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Craziest sweater of the week, and it wasn't even worn by me:
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A runner-up for sweater of the week, but winner of the Guy Ritchie "Don't Mess With Me" award:
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First non-creepy shoe circle in SF history:
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Windiest:
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Flanneliest:
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Best use of a monument for dramatic iGent framing:
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Sometimes it's not the clothes, but how they're worn:
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^As an aside, let me say that there's an appealing late '50s, early '60s vibe to this, down to the point collar and the tie that's narrower than the lapels. Tradtastic. Next, a pairing. Less StyleForum:
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^I liked seeing both. Really, though, many of my favorites of the week were also among the simplest.
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The manbags are a bit sketchy, but it's the holidays and I'm feeling charitable. So we'll speak of them no more. And with that, I'll close. I've omitted quite a few lovely items, so a tip of the hat to you all:
post #2093 of 2153
Very nice, Doc.
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Cravate's tie trilogy was . Nice job, Doc.
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You're a natural, Doc.

DIG
post #2096 of 2153
Well done.
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Meanwhile, Cravate's tie grew increasingly glad to see us:






Superb sweater btw
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The manbags are a bit sketchy, but it's the holidays and I'm feeling charitable. So we'll speak of them no more.
...

The scarf in my pocket was to ensure that I would simultaneously notch my entry into vox's looks gone wrong digest.
post #2099 of 2153
Doc, it was worth the wait Great job.

I really liked seeing Coburn's pic in the digest. As you comment, he wears it well.
post #2100 of 2153
The student surpasses the teacher--great job, Doc!

And you're right--better not mess with me!
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