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post #11926 of 13009

Didn't notice it, I actually didn't like it aswell.

post #11927 of 13009
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Originally Posted by Hampton View Post

Didn't notice it, I actually didn't like it aswell.

Agree with you..

It does look terrible..
post #11928 of 13009
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Originally Posted by razl View Post

stop with the Isaia pin.

+1
post #11929 of 13009
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Originally Posted by Hampton View Post

Ryan Gosling

 

Looks like a bellhop.

post #11930 of 13009
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Originally Posted by razl View Post

I like the scheme but I don't like the single button on the sleeve (made worse by being so close to the edge of the cuff) and, for gosh sakes, stop with the Isaia pin.

I like the scheme but I'm not sure about the single button on the sleeve; I might like it if it wasn't so close to the edge of the cuff . But, for gosh sakes, stop with the Isaia pin.

FTFM
post #11931 of 13009
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Ugly tuxes like Willy Wonka suits are part of a long tradition in male style and therefore entirely unobjectionable.
post #11932 of 13009
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I like the scheme but I don't like the single button on the sleeve (made worse by being so close to the edge of the cuff) and, for gosh sakes, stop with the Isaia pin.

His name is Nick. He works for Isaia so I think he gets a pass on the pin. He's a great guy and has genuine style. I think it's great. Nothing wrong with single cuffs if you have the stones. Agree it's a little close to the end of the cuff.
post #11933 of 13009

Fugly or nice?

post #11934 of 13009
That guy is a dwarf right?
post #11935 of 13009
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Fugly or nice?

That's some weak FU there. I am a sucker for those boomin' ropes on the shoulders though.
post #11936 of 13009
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Fugly or nice?

He looks good..

A lot of swag...
post #11937 of 13009
Good old WOE. That's Phineas Cole, or?
post #11938 of 13009
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Ugly tuxes like Willy Wonka suits are part of a long tradition in male style and therefore entirely unobjectionable.

 

Remind me never to waste my time writing you a serious reply again.  sarcasm.gif 

post #11939 of 13009
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Fugly or nice?
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I like it all but the shirt. Something more subdued would be my preference for that coat. Love everything else though.
post #11940 of 13009
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w.o.e. is always his own man, much to the chagrin of many (especially here). Outside the loud pattern of the jacket, it has a TON going on: Hacking patch pockets (which are pretty awesome), high gorge, peaks, single button (gold), roped shoulders and wide-open fronts. Even if it were the most boring of navy, it would still not gel into a conservative fit. Quite honestly, due to the colors at play, I don't know that a light blue shirt would look good at all. You'd need white and even then a solid white would be too flat for the rest of it (IMHO). While the patterns might be a bit forced, the differences in scales and colors make it acceptable.
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