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post #12091 of 12850
I think he looks pretty good. He's a kid working in the clothing business, not a banker or a lawyer. He's having a little fun with his clothes but they fit well and he pulls it off pretty well.
post #12092 of 12850
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Originally Posted by timotune View Post

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Originally Posted by EMartNJ View Post

The whole thing could be fixed with socks, a regular tie knot and plain loafers.

socks + other shoes would be enough for me.

This.
post #12093 of 12850
Dayt tie knot, and I want to wax off all hairs on your legs.
post #12094 of 12850
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Originally Posted by Cantabrigian View Post

A poor man's Luca.
3/4 buttons unbuttoned on the left sleeve. One undone on the right.
It'd actually be a decent outfit if he'd never read a blog or never adopted prefabricated Italianate affectations.

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Originally Posted by bourbonbasted View Post

Not to be too rough on the kid, but this a prime example of handsome dudes vs. stylish dudes vs. dudes dressed by the internet. Luca can get away with all his affectations because he's a good looking guy. Ethan can carry all these same affectations because everything feels more natural and stylish when he does it. This dude just looks like he's read too many blogs. He looks like he walked into the Armoury on his first day and was bombarded by every trend and element they've ever gotten on board with. Rather than picking and choosing, he grabbed them all.
His boyish looks make him better suited for a slouchy university look than a "sprezzy" polished look.

+1 to all of the above. Some people can get away with such things and, whilst it can still look dandified and affected, it still suits them.

IMHO, it doesn't suit here, and I think that this man's relatively young age works against him, too.
post #12095 of 12850
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Originally Posted by andrewgreg View Post

Dayt tie knot, and I want to wax off all hairs on your legs.

Now you scare the hell out of me! 

post #12096 of 12850
Those white legs have blinded me. I need to wear sunglasses to read StyFo now.
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hai guyz, is this the new armoury x vox blog repost threak?

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Originally Posted by chogall View Post

hai guyz, is this the new armoury x vox blog repost threak?

Feel free to post pics instead of crap.
post #12099 of 12850
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Originally Posted by EMartNJ View Post

The whole thing could be fixed with socks, a regular tie knot and plain loafers.

Very true..
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Lapo round-up...his sprezz makes the Armoury ginger look positively boring:







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Originally Posted by CaymanS View Post

Lapo round-up...his sprezz makes the Armoury ginger look positively boring:




He is Lapo..
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Is this actually considered a good fit these days? Everything about this jacket in this Brooks Brothers ad looks too small on this guy.

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Originally Posted by potemkin_city_limits View Post

Is this actually considered a good fit these days? Everything about this jacket in this Brooks Brothers ad looks too small on this guy.

His arms are too long.
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There's nothing acceptable about that picture. Nothing.
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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

There's nothing acceptable about that picture. Nothing.

The shoulders looks good...
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