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That outfit to the right is awesome. Where is this picture taken from, the armoury?

Yup.
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Originally Posted by Achillus View Post

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"Just look at that: Ethandesu's OCD is getting worse, he just stopped a man to polish his shoes!"
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The guy curiously leaning out of the door in the shop behind them is a nice touch.

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Gangnam style!!
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post

Wearing sneakers with a suit can be a good look, but you have to follow the precepts to Fuuma's guide to everything, ever (now on sale for four easy payments of $67.99, buy now!):
-The suit has to be from a brand SW&D likes not something MCers wear: Dior Homme, Raf Simons, Helmut Lang, etc.
-You need to wear simple white sneakers (think white/white stan smiths or delicate designer sneakers (think Lanvin), avoid all sort of trainers/running shoes/shiny Nike shit
-The rest of the outfit has to be casual, no tie, no patterned suit, material of the suit is cotton, moleskine, velvet, shiny wool etc, suit is slim and maybe shorter than usual. Maybe you wear a v-neck tee instead of a shirt, if you wear a shirt it absolutely has to be white and plain and not have silly stuff like a spread collar.
-You need to have a look (facial hair, haircut etc) that labels you as some casual dude, not some office dude.
-If you are Italian or a blogger just give up, you don't have what it takes for this look.
The reason the Pitti-spazzatura-GQ crowd dresses like shit is made painfully obvious by the way they use sneakers: they think one casual element is enough to bring a fun casual touch when it reality it is how you start from a casual mindset and mix various casual elements. They're the fun socks of dressing....

uhm, like this?



okay, not simple white sneakers; will simple silver sneakers do? as to the rest of it: no tie, check; material, moleskin, check; slim suit, nope, might not even be a suit ... but it's close; t-shirt, check; casual-dude look, check. seems to hit a lot of the right notes. personally, i love it.
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I don't listen to these guys, but I thought the outfit on the gent sitting second from the left looks classy.

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Which one is Mumford and are they all his sons?puzzled.gif
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This is awesome...even though I despise tassel loafers.
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Originally Posted by IrateCustomer View Post


This is awesome...even though I despise tassel loafers.

 

+1. Beautiful suit. Isaia? But yes, I too have a lot of difficulty liking tassel loafers.

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I don't like the silhouette and it is all a bit too matchy.
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Originally Posted by floete View Post

uhm, like this?

okay, not simple white sneakers; will simple silver sneakers do? as to the rest of it: no tie, check; material, moleskin, check; slim suit, nope, might not even be a suit ... but it's close; t-shirt, check; casual-dude look, check. seems to hit a lot of the right notes. personally, i love it.

"Hobo-Not-So-Chic" very well done. Sometimes looking like a homeless person is really appropriate.
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I don't listen to these guys, but I thought the outfit on the gent sitting second from the left looks classy.

They make good music. And I just realized that their name would make a good brand/store name.
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They make good music. And I just realized that their name would make a good brand/store name.

Oh, ed. frown.gif
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