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post #79591 of 103438
Do you guys actually see much floral around? I actually don't at all, like I'm the only dude around here that I've ever seen wear a floral shirt but I probably wear enough to make up for everyone. I see plenty more pindot/polka
post #79592 of 103438
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I have been intrigued by a couple of his leg-covering offerings. How would you rate mobility?

I think it's about a +3 to dexterity and luck.
post #79593 of 103438
Purple shorts with polka dots, even very small ones - sorry, wouldn't recommend . No way will that even become popular enough to be a "trend."

Meanwhile, many celebrities have been wearing polka dot shirts lately.
post #79594 of 103438
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Is the polka dot shirt the current trendy item that is most likely to look stupid in a few years?


http://hipsterrunoff.com/2013/05/should-men-wear-polka-dots-death-stripes-and-solids.html
post #79595 of 103438
turd
post #79596 of 103438
pebble prints are def on their way OUT
post #79597 of 103438
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Is the polka dot shirt the current trendy item that is most likely to look stupid in a few years?

I can offer you a private, one-time analysis of this question and my findings, done entirely online for a low fee. You can use these findings for life transitions, like job changes and serious dating, or making everyday life more enjoyable. There's no reason to feel like a misfit, a slave, or a slob, and you don't have to work hard to get things right.

Depending on your lifestyle, budget, and other submitted information (like descriptions of clothing owned), I can give you handy written explanations on:

- Aspects of polka dot shirts that are good and those that should be corrected (often easy-to-fix pictured problems like wrong sizes and unflattering colors).
- How to select polka dots that go best with your unique body type, facial features, personal coloring, and climate, the little things that make a big difference and reduce confusion.
- How to combine polka dots for different situations and show of personality.
- How polka dot shirts affect your personality, your relationships, and your life's successes.
- Answers to specific questions of yours about personal appearance with relation to polka dot shirts.
post #79598 of 103438
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Purple shorts with polka dots, even very small ones - sorry, wouldn't recommend . No way will that even become popular enough to be a "trend."

It is weak only to recommend things that are "popular enough to be a trend."
post #79599 of 103438
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Originally Posted by mensimageconsultant View Post

Purple shorts with polka dots, even very small ones - sorry, wouldn't recommend . No way will that even become popular enough to be a "trend."

Yeah, I don't care.


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Originally Posted by DLester View Post

It is weak only to recommend things that are "popular enough to be a trend."

Couldn't agree more.


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Originally Posted by g transistor View Post

Do you guys actually see much floral around? I actually don't at all, like I'm the only dude around here that I've ever seen wear a floral shirt but I probably wear enough to make up for everyone. I see plenty more pindot/polka

Does James May and Liberty print count?
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The subtext was purple polka-dot shorts are not recommended because it probably won't look good on someone and that's why it won't become popular.

Interesting that someone wrote an article about polka dots in menswear. Generally it only works for shirts in neutral colors and/or underneath jackets and with the dots not very large. Of course it's not hard to do in ties and socks.
post #79601 of 103438
james may did floral shirts first.

speaking of, almost all high street shops where I live are selling floral shirts, but I can't actually recall anyone around here wearing them.
post #79602 of 103438
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Originally Posted by mensimageconsultant View Post

Is the polka dot shirt the current trendy item that is most likely to look stupid in a few years?

I can offer you a private, one-time analysis of this question and my findings, done entirely online for a low fee. You can use these findings for life transitions, like job changes and serious dating, or making everyday life more enjoyable. There's no reason to feel like a misfit, a slave, or a slob, and you don't have to work hard to get things right.

Depending on your lifestyle, budget, and other submitted information (like descriptions of clothing owned), I can give you handy written explanations on:

- Aspects of polka dot shirts that are good and those that should be corrected (often easy-to-fix pictured problems like wrong sizes and unflattering colors).
- How to select polka dots that go best with your unique body type, facial features, personal coloring, and climate, the little things that make a big difference and reduce confusion.
- How to combine polka dots for different situations and show of personality.
- How polka dot shirts affect your personality, your relationships, and your life's successes.
- Answers to specific questions of yours about personal appearance with relation to polka dot shirts.

 

Exactly.

post #79603 of 103438
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Originally Posted by g transistor View Post

pebble prints are def on their way OUT

 


TAKE IT BACK

post #79604 of 103438
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what's the gig?

Saks fifth avenue
post #79605 of 103438
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Originally Posted by mensimageconsultant View Post

The subtext was purple polka-dot shorts are not recommended because it probably won't look good on someone and that's why it won't become popular.

The ones I posted are navy and I'm sure I can pull them of.

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james may did floral shirts first.

Him and Paul Smith
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