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post #8581 of 13017
Gotta admit, would kop that jacket in a heartbeat.
post #8582 of 13017
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Originally Posted by comrade View Post

Jacket, tie, and shirt collar are pure '70s.
Pants, which we can't see, should be bell-bottomed
or at least boot-cut to complete the retro look.
Hair also too short.
Damn, even gotta to hate on the do
post #8583 of 13017

I find those trousers really cool and fashionable. I like those shoes along with the trouser.

post #8584 of 13017
Thread Starter 

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post #8585 of 13017

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Originally Posted by comrade View Post

Jacket, tie, and shirt collar are pure '70s.
Pants, which we can't see, should be bell-bottomed
or at least boot-cut to complete the retro look.
Hair also too short.


I agree with you. The problem with retro is that if you don't pay attention to details, it looks like playing dress-up. Because of his hair, he looks like he's not really committed to this look and unfortunately, that undermines what are actually some pretty damn cool threads.

 

post #8586 of 13017
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Originally Posted by aj_del View Post

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this guy looked like he took his girlfriend's jacket by accident when he ran out the door.
post #8587 of 13017
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Originally Posted by freedom_fries View Post

this guy looked like he took his girlfriend's jacket by accident when he ran out the door.

Bad laundry service?
post #8588 of 13017
It is a woman's jacket...
post #8589 of 13017
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Originally Posted by UrbanComposition View Post

Gotta admit, would kop that jacket in a heartbeat.

The jacket is just stunning.
post #8590 of 13017
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Originally Posted by FlyingMonkey View Post

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I agree with you. The problem with retro is that if you don't pay attention to details, it looks like playing dress-up. Because of his hair, he looks like he's not really committed to this look and unfortunately, that undermines what are actually some pretty damn cool threads.

 


Perhaps. Conversely, if you simply recreate a retro look down to the last detail, would that not be more 'costume' than anything else?

However, I do agree that this look is not quite gelling, and even that he doesn't look quite convinced himself that the look is 'all that'. For me, I think it's mostly the tie.

I do wish we could see the rest of the look. I'm wondering what it look like if it was completed with straight cut pants but with some fairly high heeled 70's ish shoooooz. Sort of a 70's inspired take on today's slim pants/big shoes look.

The good thing about mr. james is that you can be certain there will be another interesting look to follow - and each seems to offer an intriquing mix of brilliance and absurdity!
Edited by Gdot - 9/30/11 at 8:54am
post #8591 of 13017
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Originally Posted by freedom_fries View Post

this guy looked like he took his girlfriend's jacket by accident when he ran out the door.

Agreed - the jacket simply isn't working here. It's just the wrong cut.

Unfortunately for this look if you take away the jacket there is nothing about it that hasn't been done better a million times already.

I do like me some tweed. And even though turned up collars are often derided, I sometimes like them. But it's a risky touch that usually only works in the hands of a master.
post #8592 of 13017
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Grant once told me somebody nicknamed him “charmhole” as in the combination of asshole and charmer.
post #8593 of 13017
I'm sure there is a LOGICAL explanation for this three-way-some:

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post #8594 of 13017
Hate away, but I love those guys and was glad I ran into them that day.
post #8595 of 13017
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Originally Posted by Fred H. View Post

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Grant once told me somebody nicknamed him “charmhole” as in the combination of asshole and charmer.

if the cuff didn't make this full-on asshole, the hat would certainly put him over the edge.

100% douche.
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