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did he gained 20 lbs?

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I wonder if he'll be dressing like flusser in a few years...
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Ok wearing those white sneakers with that outfit looked awful. But I can respect him for doing his own swag, something new, fresh and don't give a fuck what people think. 

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^ So, Lapo Elkann in 2004, then
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Perfection
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Following the highly lauded sneakers and suit look, I give you washed denim, white shirt and tie...
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not bad, in it's context.
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Nice. Any idea where the loafers are from?
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Originally Posted by barims View Post

^ So, Lapo Elkann in 2004, then

Well yeah, but still he has a style that says ''fuck you''

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Who is this?

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Originally Posted by Hampton View Post

Well yeah, but still he has a style that says ''fuck you''

 

So? I could go out in a fedora, mankini and engineer boots. It would certainly be 'fuck you' but it would still look hideous. Even behind 'fuck you' looks, or peacocking, or whatever other kind of look you chose, there has to be an underlying knowledge of aesthetics for it to work. In some ways, that suit and sneakers combo is not really 'fuck you' at all, it's really quite ordinarily bad - just a badly fitting suit and a horrible tie, like most of the average suit-wearing schmos out there in the world. Only his is probably an expensive, badly-fitting suit. The contrast in fit to timotune's picture makes this obvious.

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Originally Posted by Kashiwa View Post

Nice. Any idea where the loafers are from?

They're Carminas.
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Originally Posted by FlyingMonkey View Post

So? I could go out in a fedora, mankini and engineer boots. It would certainly be 'fuck you' but it would still look hideous. Even behind 'fuck you' looks, or peacocking, or whatever other kind of look you chose, there has to be an underlying knowledge of aesthetics for it to work. In some ways, that suit and sneakers combo is not really 'fuck you' at all, it's really quite ordinarily bad - just a badly fitting suit and a horrible tie, like most of the average suit-wearing schmos out there in the world. Only his is probably an expensive, badly-fitting suit. The contrast in fit to timotune's picture makes this obvious.

+ Infinity and beyond.
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I won't comment anymore on the looks, it doesn't really matter, if you like tight suits, jeans, sneakers etc by all means.

I will say though, all these bloggers and people that like their pics up on the blogs, why do the guys have such awful poses confused.gif You see girls on thesart or other places, and they are smiling, standing naturally, looking like they feel beautiful and comfortable. Then you see the guys eh.gif "You are going to a picture of me for you blog? hold on, let me put my foot up on this huge rock, grab my jacket fronts and look up in the sky as if I'm contemplating a solution for the world's water issues". "Or how about I act coy, like the last thing I want in the world is for you to take a picture of me, and I nonchalantly gaze down in embarassment of how awesome I am".

If someone is taking a picture of you, look at the damn camera, stand naturally and smile for gods sake. You are not a misunderstood, eccentric artist nor are you a philospher in deep thought, you're just a dude wearing double monks and pants that are too short.
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I won't comment anymore on the looks, it doesn't really matter, if you like tight suits, jeans, sneakers etc by all means.
I will say though, all these bloggers and people that like their pics up on the blogs, why do the guys have such awful poses confused.gif You see girls on thesart or other places, and they are smiling, standing naturally, looking like they feel beautiful and comfortable. Then you see the guys eh.gif "You are going to a picture of me for you blog? hold on, let me put my foot up on this huge rock, grab my jacket fronts and look up in the sky as if I'm contemplating a solution for the world's water issues". "Or how about I act coy, like the last thing I want in the world is for you to take a picture of me, and I nonchalantly gaze down in embarassment of how awesome I am".
If someone is taking a picture of you, look at the damn camera, stand naturally and smile for gods sake. You are not a misunderstood, eccentric artist nor are you a philospher in deep thought, you're just a dude wearing double monks and pants that are too short.
Yesterday, a photographer came up to me in the subway station and asked if he could take a picture of me reading the newspaper (which is what I was doing). I said sure. Then, when the train came he asked if he could board with me and keep photographing. I told him it was fine as long as I could keep reading the newspaper, which I did. He took pictures for about two stops worth, showed me some and then disembarked (I won't say got off in response to an Ed post). I tried to use my serious, concentration face the whole time.
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Originally Posted by dopey View Post

Yesterday, a photographer came up to me in the subway station and asked if he could take a picture of me reading the newspaper (which is what I was doing). I said sure. Then, when the train came he asked if he could board with me and keep photographing. I told him it was fine as long as I could keep reading the newspaper, which I did. He took pictures for about two stops worth, showed me some and then disembarked (I won't say got off in response to an Ed post). I tried to use my serious, concentration face the whole time.

would have preferred you posed, one foot up on a subway seat, one hand holding the newspaper up to your face (you are wearing sunglasses, of course) while you stare past the other straphangers into the abyss that is the subway tunnel. Are you contemplating the front page article of the Financial Times? Are you rethinking the subterranean transportation system? Did you forget to turn off the stove? Who knows.
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