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post #12466 of 12809
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Originally Posted by VRaivio View Post

Pitt goes Ford:

Apart from the fit (or lack thereof), that is one fugly, cheap looking suit...
post #12467 of 12809
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Originally Posted by VRaivio View Post

Pitt goes Ford:

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post #12468 of 12809
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Originally Posted by VRaivio View Post

Pitt goes Ford:

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post #12469 of 12809
He always looks like shit in suits. He has no idea how a suit should be worn and he always looks like he is wearing his big brothers hand me down.
post #12470 of 12809
Why would he care
post #12471 of 12809
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Originally Posted by aravenel View Post

Well, he's conspicuous in that he's extremely well put-together, more than just about any other man you'd put on the street. But he's definitely not ostentatious.

He's well put together. Very understated. But no more than many other older gentleman in SF.
post #12472 of 12809
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Originally Posted by chogall View Post

Why would he care

Based on his fits I don't think he does care.
post #12473 of 12809
Someone saying one should dress their age?

So what is the age difference between Pitt and the previous guy?
post #12474 of 12809
About 10 years would be my guess with Pitt younger.

Nothing wrong with Pitt dress style. And he looks good. Just the fit is not iGent enough.
post #12475 of 12809
I don't think the fit has anything to do with being iGent or not. I think Pitt is dressed by stylists who don't know how mens tailored clothing should fit. His suits most always seem at least one size too big, sleeves covering his hands, and trouser legs pooling around his feet. If he would correct those things I think he would look much better in his clothes, but since he is a movie star and most people don't know how mens tailored clothing should properly fit most people thinks he looks snappy.
post #12476 of 12809
That cream suit does not look one size too big. Extended and structured shoulders, clean chest and right skirt length. A nice fit. Just need to adjust the sleeve length and pants hem and its good.

But no, he's not wearing bespoke Rubi with draped chest and relexed and broken in look. He is wearing the polar opposite.

His shoes is as patinated as some Santoni/G&G/EG monstrosity on the shoe thread.

Why the nit pick when WAWYN thread had plenty of worse looking fits that got circle jerked to iGents approved status?
post #12477 of 12809
Yes, it does fit in the shoulders, chest, and length. I guess I should have said I was speaking generally about his suit fits. I've noticed before that many of his suits look kind of big on him. Like you said this one just needs other adjustments.
post #12478 of 12809

He looks pretty good to me. The leery shoes work well with the leery suit. I like the scarf tuck too, but a thinner ascot would have probably worked better. Hey, if anyone can get away with an ascot these days, it's a Hollywood actor.

post #12479 of 12809
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Originally Posted by VRaivio View Post

Pitt goes Ford:

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I TOTALLY agree that the burnishing of the toes are too much! It looks as if he stuck his feet into a fire.

 

Too much break on his trousers as well.

 

The scarf makes him look like a giraffe.

 

Somehow, the entire ensemble looks like a cowboy fail.

post #12480 of 12809
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Originally Posted by alloy13 View Post

I TOTALLY agree that the burnishing of the toes are too much! It looks as if he stuck his feet into a fire.

Too much break on his trousers as well.

The scarf makes him look like a giraffe.

Somehow, the entire ensemble looks like a cowboy fail.

Yes

The scarf is just a quirky detail looking awful and then missing the desired effect of quirkiness.

The shoes are just OTT .
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