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He looks like a mannequin.
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That would look a lot better with grey trousers and a white shirt, as it is the colors are too similar and don't offer enough contrast.
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What the hell is non sartorialist
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A nudist.rimshot.gif
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lolwut?
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Sean Connery looking great at 82.
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Originally Posted by VRaivio View Post

Pitt goes Ford:

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   dunwanna be brad pitt anymore

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Originally Posted by SoGent View Post

   dunwanna be brad pitt anymore

Have you seen the Chanel advert with him/???

He looked so scruffy ,they decided to stop the campaign with him..
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LBJ in DB!
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So, who didn't get the memo? Riley and LeBron, or the guy on the left?
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Lebron looks great -- much better than Reilly. Pat really needs to update those old Armani suits
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Let the man live in the "Wall Street, Gordon Gekko Era." He's almost 70, looks great, and is running the most prolific basketball team in the NBA. Now, if he was still in his 40's, I would agree about dropping the outdated Armani suits.

 

LBJ looks great in that Ovadia and Sons suit. Brilliance of a stylist.

 

Spolstra gets partial credit for not wearing grandpa sneakers, he can make the CSS list on other sites.

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LeBron doesn't look great. He just doesn't look laughable.
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