Originally Posted by Fuuma
I dunno I don't see being dressed up and shaved as more perfect than being unshaved and dressed more casually. Aren't those things contextual?
Generally, yes. But both he and I live in London, where you can easily have both kinds in the same office, bar, pub club and social scene, any time of the night and week, so you can appreciate that this would influence his perspective
Originally Posted by Film Noir Buff
Have you looked at the WYWRN thread? I think this article is a sobering reminder that too conservative and too flamboyant isn't nearly as good as ":just right".
True, though having an offbeat or in-between approach, as both he and I have, can exude a certain appeal - I'm often told by girls that I don't dress like any private (/public) school graduate they've met before, despite these roots exerting an influence on my outfits, and they'll often initiate a conversation by commenting on part, or all of my attire. In fact, it's a good ice breakerLabelKing
is reportedly a good example of "just right"