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Yeah, he must work out . . . I mean, yeah . . . nice fit.

Hampton, are you toning down the color and brightness on the last two photos you posted or are they already like that? Just curious.
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They are both very under-saturated compared to the originals. I think the above one is from the Paul Stuart/Phineas cole look book for this year. Styling is good but the real colours are pretty woeful. Teal, Maroon and other tweed suiting. The originals are floating around tumblr a fair bit if you want to go searching for them.
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This looks like it
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Phineas Cole - DARK KNIGHT EDITION
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They are both very under-saturated compared to the originals. I think the above one is from the Paul Stuart/Phineas cole look book for this year. Styling is good but the real colours are pretty woeful. Teal, Maroon and other tweed suiting. The originals are floating around tumblr a fair bit if you want to go searching for them.

It comes in teal, rose or mauve melange tweed. I've seen them in the Madison Avenue store. They look better there.
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Why is it that any hint of colour in men's clothes other than blue or grey or brown brings out the stupid comments from some people?

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Why is it that any hint of colour in men's clothes other than blue or grey or brown brings out the stupid comments from some people?

Because we're of the Brummel school...
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Why is it that any hint of colour in men's clothes other than blue or grey or brown brings out the stupid comments from some people?

Do you honestly think this looks good? I'm all for color however one needs to know which to use and how to use them. Color just for the sake of color doesn't make a good look. Again, if you like this would you please explain why. Myself, I just don't care much for these colors and all of them put together makes it even worse to my eye.
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This looks like it
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FYMW video - many looks for SF to scrutinize
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That was my bodega they were getting the 40's from.
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I thought you dealt in dry goods not groceries.
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I thought you dealt in dry goods not groceries.

It helps me keep my ear to the streets; what colorway PoW pattern is trending, how to get malt liquor out of suede double monks etc etc
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I find your ideas intriguing, do you have a brochure I might subscribe to?
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Why is it that any hint of colour in men's clothes other than blue or grey or brown brings out the stupid comments from some people?
Mate go for gold if you think you could pull it off.

But for all intents and purposes it's un-wearable in 99.9% of situations in the real world. And I realise this is not the point, it certainly garnered them a lot of attention of the forums/tumblr so has probably worked well for the publicity side of things.
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