or Connect
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Classic Menswear › Recent non-Sartorialist Looks
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

Recent non-Sartorialist Looks - Page 412

post #6166 of 12847
Quote:
Originally Posted by southernstyle View Post

Picasso-esque.

quite cool.
post #6167 of 12847
Quote:
Originally Posted by aj_del View Post
Sean Crowley of RL


This guy and his look is a failure: funny looking dude in an ill-fitting suit .

and he works for RL?
post #6168 of 12847
Quote:
Originally Posted by lee_44106 View Post
This guy and his look is a failure: funny looking dude in an ill-fitting suit .

and he works for RL?

+1
post #6169 of 12847
Quote:
Originally Posted by kortex View Post
I really dislike skinny jeans.

+1

One of the worst things about men & clothes"”ill fitting trousers!
post #6170 of 12847
Quote:
Originally Posted by yachtie View Post
Looks like an Indian Al Pacino.

Pretty sure he's bigger than Al Pacino. Maybe Pacino is the American Bachan (sp?)?
post #6171 of 12847
Quote:
Originally Posted by Holdfast View Post
This is pretty cool, actually. What glasses are those, do you think?
I have no clue HF.
post #6172 of 12847
Quote:
Originally Posted by lasbar View Post
Is this guy famous? Don't tell me he is a famous heart throb...
Me too like to know who the hell he is. He needs a haircut too. Looks like a typical poor street guy in an interview.
post #6173 of 12847
I know nothing of formal morning dress, but this looks good*:



* Yes, I know we can happily nitpick on the sleeve length, trouser rise etc. etc., but all in, he looks good.
post #6174 of 12847
How do you feel about his tie pin? I want to get a nice one myself.
post #6175 of 12847
Quote:
Originally Posted by IndianBoyz View Post
How do you feel about his tie pin? I want to get a nice one myself.

I don't mind tie pins, but they do strike me as being veddy British - may draw a few stares if you're Stateside.
post #6176 of 12847
I'm based in the Netherlands, people over here will stare at worse things, I guess.
post #6177 of 12847
Quote:
Originally Posted by southernstyle View Post

guy looks like my old boss, former sec of state george schultz
post #6178 of 12847
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by aj_del View Post
^^ Santa Claus waits for a gift from Rajnikanth every Christmas

This is Rajni

Quote:
Originally Posted by lasbar View Post
Is this guy famous?

Don't tell me he is a famous heart throb...

Rejni is GOD, please note he is not a god (Indians have millions of gods), he is literally GOD himself. His number of his fans would probably be more than population of Europe. The number of people who are crazy enough to stab you if you insullt him would be more than population of Scandinavia.

Quote:
Originally Posted by softy View Post
That's aj_del

Quote:
Originally Posted by bringusingoodale View Post









I wish I was as good looking as Rajni.

Quote:
Originally Posted by yachtie View Post
Looks like an Indian Al Pacino.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Eustace Tilley View Post
Pretty sure he's bigger than Al Pacino. Maybe Pacino is the American Bachan (sp?)?

BTW, Amitabh Bacchan is also a fan of Rajni.

Rajni attended the Cricket World Cup finals which India won. The SMS jokes that went around were

Why was Rajini so chill during the Cricket World Cup finals?? He has already watched this match in his dreams last night, today he was just watching the highlights.


India needs to score 10 runs of 1 ball in order to win. Rajni is batting, we are hopeless. Bowler bowls it and Rajni hits with power.
The Result: Ball splits into "TWO" 1 half goes to SIX.....The other half goes to FOUR.


Unlike Yuvrraj, Rajnikanth hits 6 sixes in 1 ball.


RAJINIKANTH was once playing cricket in the monsoons and Rain was cancelled due to the Match.
post #6179 of 12847
Indians have numerous names for one God. It's all an interpretation, which varies by region or community. This Rajni I've never heard of but apparantly you're a big fan. I'm not sure the readers here will understand your fascination here for the guy aj.
post #6180 of 12847
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Classic Menswear
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Classic Menswear › Recent non-Sartorialist Looks