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post #12406 of 13045
I think wearing feminine clothing should be directly proportional to your masculine appearance. If you are an androgynous looking man you should wear masculine looking clothing. No, powder blue overcoat for example. If you look like Clint Eastwood you can wear a skirt if you want.
post #12407 of 13045
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Originally Posted by texas_jack View Post

I think wearing feminine clothing should be directly proportional to your masculine appearance. If you are an androgynous looking man you should wear masculine looking clothing. No, powder blue overcoat for example. If you look like Clint Eastwood you can wear a skirt if you want.

Amazing quote lol

post #12408 of 13045
I posted pics of my friend Antonio quite frequently, but do not remember which ones not. But always good stuff. Italian boring style from the real life. Classic Florentine bespoke. ca.15 year old tweed coat.



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post #12409 of 13045
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Originally Posted by JapanAlex01 View Post

'pink makes you look like a woman'... 'tits and a vagina makes you one.'

FTFY.
post #12410 of 13045
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Originally Posted by Cravate_Noire View Post

I posted pics of my friend Antonio quite frequently, but do not remember which ones not. But always good stuff. Italian boring style from the real life. Classic Florentine bespoke. ca.15 year old tweed coat.



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I like that..icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #12411 of 13045
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Originally Posted by Cravate_Noire View Post

So I had to go to London Fashion Week for that uni project and just found this one in one of the image folders; photogrpahed totally randomly because it was suprising to see a man there who looked not like he totally would not like to be a man.

Manly enough for me.

Hard for an overcoat color and a scarf color/pattern to wipe out his gender, esp when every other visible detail of dress and grooming is solidly traditional.

Widen those parameters!

Here is the current range of manly dress in NYC, in video and one-page form.
post #12412 of 13045
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I like that..icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

Well, he's always in for a win smile.gif

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Here is the current range of manly dress in NYC, in video and one-page form.

I saw that Asian guy with the Fred Flintstone dress as LFW too and actually I also took pictures, because it had to do with the uni stuff. I post them at some point.
post #12413 of 13045
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Originally Posted by Cravate_Noire View Post

So I had to go to London Fashion Week for that uni project and just found this one in one of the image folders; photogrpahed totally randomly because it was suprising to see a man there who looked not like he totally would not like to be a man.

Cravate, you have a peculiar talent of making yourself unlikeable. I admire this by trying to ignore you as best I can.
post #12414 of 13045
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Originally Posted by Cravate_Noire View Post

So I had to go to London Fashion Week for that uni project and just found this one in one of the image folders; photogrpahed totally randomly because it was suprising to see a man there who looked not like he totally would not like to be a man.

Cravate, you have a peculiar talent of making yourself unlikeable. I admire this by trying to ignore you as best I can.
post #12415 of 13045
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Originally Posted by Cravate_Noire View Post

Well, he's always in for a win smile.gif
I saw that Asian guy with the Fred Flintstone dress as LFW too and actually I also took pictures, because it had to do with the uni stuff. I post them at some point.

Maybe Bill Cunningham caught him there too; he covers the shows in Paris so maybe he hit London as well.
post #12416 of 13045
When I will be in Korea this summer, I will go there and have a suit made.


I like everything but the penis.
post #12417 of 13045
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Originally Posted by timotune View Post

When I will be in Korea this summer, I will go there and have a suit made.


I like everything but the penis.

To be really avant-garde, have a tie made like this one, too, and wear it this way.
post #12418 of 13045
There is nothing avant-garde about that blade penis
Edited by Tirailleur1 - 4/4/13 at 9:16am
post #12419 of 13045

Also of note, he seems to have tied a double FIH which means the BP (Blade Penis) could have been even longer.  This might take the cake for the most ridiculous tie affectation I've ever seen.  Anti-sprezz.

post #12420 of 13045
I am going to repeat this until everybody looks half a good.


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