Originally Posted by Cuff Link
Seems to me what you are talking about is comfortable self confidence.
Yes, exactly. I think that Marc Jacobs always looks good in texas tuxedo for this reason, and Tom Ford in his tuxedo jacket, white shirt, jeans and black shoes. This is why Brad Pitt always looks good, and Russell Crowe, even though he often looks like he got the worst of a fight. And no one looked better than Yul Brynner or Steve McQueen, back in the day. Samuel L. Jackson probably looks better on a bad day than most guys on this forum on their best day, even if he likes gold ties and three button, notched lapel tuxedos
On the other hand, I think that Tom Cruise nearly always looks bad, because there seems to be a wierd desperation to be loved in his facial expressions.