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post #166 of 12982
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This chick tried to get in my car one night while I was stopped at a red light. She was definitely up to no good.
post #167 of 12982
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I think you missed all these fine gentlement
post #168 of 12982
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Originally Posted by Tck13 View Post
This chick tried to get in my car one night while I was stopped at a red light. She was definitely up to no good.

LMAO
post #169 of 12982
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Originally Posted by aj_del View Post
I kinda like this. I would like it more if the trou weren't cropped but instead just rolled up. Having the trou hemmed so high makes it look conspicuously manufactured. Were I doing it, I'd choose something like the Paul Smith Ricard boot, thinking it would maintain the contrast in style while offering a bit more harmony. The part I like least is the tie, though I imagine the workwear-ish red plaid was chosen deliberately to pair with the boots. Interesting idea, but I just don't dig the tie itself.
post #170 of 12982
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Originally Posted by apropos View Post
Just curious:

1. what overarching theme or 'real' design philosophy is there for SF-approved looks? What is the 'real' design philosophy behind a suit?
2. why do clothes even need overarching themes or real design philosophy behind them?
3. when do design philosophies become 'real'?

I think the more appropriate distinction could be between that which appears 'contrived' and what seems more 'real'.

By dint of what we all do on these boards, all or most of our outfits are thought out and considered (which could be interpreted as a 'design philosophy', although I don't think it ever quite goes so deep as this). I think this could be from where any overarching fixation with sprezzatura stems; that is, we are deliberately setting out to create a look of some sort but are conscious of the fact there is a fine - and blurred - line between trying too hard and casual nonchalance.
post #171 of 12982
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Originally Posted by embowafa View Post


She is awesome-er.

But a bit flat-chested
post #172 of 12982
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Originally Posted by Fantastic Mr Foxx View Post
But a bit flat-chested

My God what an eye you have.
post #173 of 12982
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Originally Posted by ZON_JR View Post
My God what an eye you have.

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post #175 of 12982
Great thread
post #176 of 12982
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Originally Posted by artoftime View Post
He's going to stab her in the eye with a 9 inch lapel

post #177 of 12982
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Originally Posted by DocHolliday View Post
I kinda like this. I would like it more if the trou weren't cropped but instead just rolled up. Having the trou hemmed so high makes it look conspicuously manufactured. Were I doing it, I'd choose something like the Paul Smith Ricard boot, thinking it would maintain the contrast in style while offering a bit more harmony. The part I like least is the tie, though I imagine the workwear-ish red plaid was chosen deliberately to pair with the boots. Interesting idea, but I just don't dig the tie itself.
It's very Freeman's Sporting Club.
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Originally Posted by NorCal_1 View Post
nice pics.
Source?
post #178 of 12982
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Originally Posted by TRINI View Post
Source?

The clothes laid out are from Loro Piana S/S10
post #179 of 12982
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^^ What about the ones on the mannequins on top of the suitcases
post #180 of 12982
Good thread, thanks for introducing me to some unkown BLOGs....
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Originally Posted by IndianBoyz View Post


Barbera (not recent)
Mr. Barbera looks like Otto von Habsburg!
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