or Connect
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Classic Menswear › Trepanier wins Esquire's Best Dressed Real Man contest
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

Trepanier wins Esquire's Best Dressed Real Man contest - Page 9

post #121 of 419
Quote:
Originally Posted by yfyf View Post
I would be interested in seeing what the winners from years further on back were like.

One of them is a SA at Wilkes Bashford.
post #122 of 419
PS Count: 4!
post #123 of 419
I just watch the video, I think that: Ontario Armstrong: shirt + tie + glasses suit him well, pocket square look good, jacket too tight + pants little long and loose in comparison with jacket, long shoes not compatible with long pant bottom Dan Trepanier: shoes + jeans ok, vest + jacket fit do something odd at his chest level, look is not good overall Matthew Fan: glasses too large, jacket ok(but look little tight for stomach area), shirt + tie ok, pant taper too much at bottom compare to jacket and also make feet look so large, shoe ok, tie too similar colour of jacket, pocket square maybe I choose other colour, look and move like robot/Kim Jong Il , look very young, is difficult believe this person is adult of 27! Kevin (I hear not properly last name): style is too much similar Tom Brown, which I not like, and tips of collar of shirt + knot of tie not look correct, colours and combination make look so dull Santino (again I hear not properly last name): I like overall most the style of this person. It is casual but also proper. The other contestant I think did not look properly casual when try look this, or more proper formal elegant, when try look this.
post #124 of 419
Quote:
Originally Posted by robin View Post


Someone poor soul is getting the evil eye here.


Foo - When I see this picture all I can think is that perhaps James Bond finally has an evil equal, in dress as well as espionage.

Congrats on making the finals, you looked great.
post #125 of 419
Quote:
Originally Posted by hws View Post
Matthew Fan: glasses too large, jacket ok(but look little tight for stomach area) . . .

I know . . . I've gained about 10 pounds or so over the past couple of months.
post #126 of 419
Quote:
Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post
I know . . . I've gained about 10 pounds or so over the past couple of months.

You need to check DT.
post #127 of 419
How is it possible to be confronted with these images and not realize how awkward these glasses are?
post #128 of 419
congratulations mafoo
post #129 of 419
Quote:
Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post
How is it possible to be confronted with these images and not realize how awkward these glasses are?

+1,000
post #130 of 419
Quote:
Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post
I know . . . I've gained about 10 pounds or so over the past couple of months.

I feel ya, brother.
post #131 of 419
Quote:
Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post
How is it possible to be confronted with these images and not realize how awkward these glasses are?

But they're bespoke!
post #132 of 419
Quote:
Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post
How is it possible to be confronted with these images and not realize how awkward these glasses are?
The glasses are great. Awkward on purpose.
post #133 of 419
Was I the only one who thought the first guy's jacket looked like it was way too tight in the waist, and was pulling a lot?

Still, he looked the most comfortable and certainly better than the 18 year old and horrible jeans dude.
post #134 of 419
Quote:
Originally Posted by robin View Post
The glasses are great. Awkward on purpose.

oh I get it now. like, ironic glasses.
post #135 of 419
Quote:
Originally Posted by TC (Houston) View Post
In this case, I don't think race has anything to do with it. The idea that there is some deference given to someone on this site because he is asian is kind of amusing to me. I haven't experienced love like that since I was picked for the math team in elementary school.

It does for me. If I see someone dress well I assume he is Asian, it's that simple.

Like TC for instance, I heard him say his wife is Asian, I like the way he dresses so I assumed he was Asian. I mean he did get picked for the math team in 5th grade..so case and point.
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Classic Menswear
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Classic Menswear › Trepanier wins Esquire's Best Dressed Real Man contest