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post #91 of 13002
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Originally Posted by Sterling Gillette View Post
Notice how these guys are not captured moving. Actually, they can't move in their trousers.

?? Aren't they walking?
post #92 of 13002
[quote=Fantastic Mr Foxx;2997485][quote=aj_del;2997479]Serious question, is a knit cap acceptable headwear with a suit as in the pics below
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I think so. I've seen a lot of people wearing knit caps with suits, just like these men in the pictures, and they look(ed) great.

When I lived in Chicago, colder than any place in Italy, I wore a rag wool cap with
a pom pom with a medium gray greatcoat.

http://www.llbean.com/llb/shop/56488...39-Google_Base
post #93 of 13002
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Originally Posted by embowafa View Post
?? Aren't they walking?

Sterling is offended by people that don't dress like young republicans. I think he's German but I guess this mindset is contagious.
post #94 of 13002
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Originally Posted by aj_del View Post
Serious question, is a knit cap acceptable headwear with a suit as in the pics below

Only for Italians/hipsters/children, otherwise get yourself a fur felt fedora or a tweed/wool/cashmere flat cap.
post #95 of 13002
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post
Sterling is offended by people that don't dress like young republicans. I think he's German but I guess this mindset is contagious.

Young Republicans are not too far removed from certain German mindsets (cue Cravate_Noire).
post #96 of 13002
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Originally Posted by Pezzaturra View Post
I like this, but you are wearing your Texan hat round and pulled back?
That is the way it's traditionally worn.



post #97 of 13002
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Originally Posted by aj_del View Post
Wife dresses much like this on cold winter days


Where is Stilmacher anyway?
post #98 of 13002
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Originally Posted by Cary Grant View Post
Where is Stilmacher anyway?

travelling the world.

btw, his style puts LK to shame. he is fantastic, a great mindset also.
post #99 of 13002
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post
Sterling is offended by people that don't dress like young republicans. I think he's German but I guess this mindset is contagious.

your caustic point of view is treasured and most reassuring, Fum
post #100 of 13002
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post
Sterling is offended by people that don't dress like young republicans. I think he's German but I guess this mindset is contagious.

I guesssss...I just find it weird to criticize a picture for lacking something that is actually quite prominently displayed.

I'm amazed at how well those outfits look in motion....I'd love for all my pants to fit like that.
post #101 of 13002
great finds
post #102 of 13002
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Originally Posted by aj_del View Post
Wife dresses much like this on cold winter days


Homo erectus ...

The outfit is so camp it becomes funnier by the minute...
post #103 of 13002
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Originally Posted by TRINI View Post
It's a photograph, not a movie.
I must have been a bit vague. What I meant: I don't think the photo was taken while they were walking. They must be standing there like this since 1964. That was the time they had their final fitting on the trousers. More directly: The pants are to tight IMO. Maybe it's their way of playing with proportions, what do I know. I guess, Fuuma is needed to analyse the photo for us non-intellectuals.
post #104 of 13002


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Originally Posted by Sterling Gillette View Post
Actually, they can't move in their trousers.

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Originally Posted by Sterling Gillette View Post
More directly: The pants are to tight.

For all we know, Stirling Gilette might have short, fat, stumpy legs and it is just plain envy on his part!
post #105 of 13002
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I think this pic deserves its own thread but I have been accused of starting 'copious' amounts of threads, so posting it here.
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