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post #12181 of 12873
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Originally Posted by Fantastic Mr Foxx View Post

Ethan Desu in Florence:

The pink cardigan is inapposite for this combination; a purple cardigan can be a great alternative, IMHO.
he wears tweeds well.
post #12182 of 12873
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Originally Posted by VRaivio View Post

Most likely I've seen far too many suits, cuts and looks during my stylenerd years, but this is the one I always return to:

High lapels, high gorge, nipped waist, smart shoulders, skirt with some roll. Too bad I haven't saved a copy with the maker's name, but SF always has an answer. Who made this?

Darren Beaman?

The infamous Darren Beaman.
post #12183 of 12873
Pink cardigan = good response to the fuddy duddy crit.
post #12184 of 12873

If you ask me I think this is so awesome. Suits him great aswell.

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Originally Posted by Fantastic Mr Foxx View Post

Ethan Desu in Florence:

The pink cardigan is inapposite for this combination; a purple cardigan can be a great alternative, IMHO.
post #12185 of 12873
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Originally Posted by hendrix View Post

minus the waistcoat and bag that's awesome

late on this, but what's wrong with the waistcoat?
post #12186 of 12873
nothing really I just think it'd be slightly less costumey without it
post #12187 of 12873

Lose the pink cardigan and the goof tie knot and I think Ethan looks great. Those types of knots are worse than the unbuckled monk strap.

post #12188 of 12873
Few things are worse than the unbuttoned monk strap.
post #12189 of 12873
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Originally Posted by EMartNJ View Post

Lose the pink cardigan and the goof tie knot and I think Ethan looks great. Those types of knots are worse than the unbuckled monk strap.


I like the knot...

 

and to some degree the unbuckled monkstrap...

 

you cannot fault those stylistic choices for being bastardized... a few years ago you see someone doing it... they were spaceage pimping...

post #12190 of 12873
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Originally Posted by Tirailleur1 View Post


I like the knot...

and to some degree the unbuckled monkstrap...

you cannot fault those stylistic choices for being bastardized... a few years ago you see someone doing it... they were spaceage pimping...

No, they were dumb then too
post #12191 of 12873
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Originally Posted by texas_jack View Post


No, they were dumb then too


yeah to you.. but to a majority of us... it was cool. I'm waiting till the day tumblr adopts fresco... you will then see what I mean.

post #12192 of 12873

Fresco is different from these contrived details trying to look all disheveled. Someone who gets up and puts on their tailored jacket, folded their pocket square, dimpled their tie and would have us believe that they are are aloof enough to tie an askew knot and slipped on their shoes without the care to buckle them? Maybe back when jacket and tie was the primary mode of dress for everyone but nowadays its just silly.

post #12193 of 12873
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Originally Posted by EMartNJ View Post

Fresco is different from these contrived details trying to look all disheveled. Someone who gets up and puts on their tailored jacket, folded their pocket square, dimpled their tie and would have us believe that they are are aloof enough to tie an askew knot and slipped on their shoes without the care to buckle them? Maybe back when jacket and tie was the primary mode of dress for everyone but nowadays its just silly.

you know you kind of just made my case right?

post #12194 of 12873
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Originally Posted by Tirailleur1 View Post

you know you kind of just made my case right?

 

I'm talking about antetshirt/hoodie not antetumblr teacha.gif

post #12195 of 12873
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Originally Posted by EMartNJ View Post

 

I'm talking about antetshirt/hoodie not antetumblr teacha.gif


ok then... I await the day tumblr adopts soft fused collars and dfih.

 

 

My point is that on forums like sf.. there tends to be a backlash to things that tumblr and gq pick up... it is the cyclical nature of subcultures... one that I am not fond of. Bob Marley will always be cool no matter how many dreaded up white kids from Cal Berkley put his posters on their wall and smoke ganja in his name.

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