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post #31 of 118
I think he looks really good. If there's a way to wear those big pony logo embossed polos then that's the way to do it.
post #32 of 118
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Originally Posted by aj_del View Post


The clothes look good because the clothes fit. I think that is the main point in all of this is that the fit of the clothing is what elevates any outfit out of mediocrity.

The same can be said of the companion. That is a dress that has to fit perfectly or it will be a disaster.
post #33 of 118
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I think dress pants are a BIG step above khakis, in terms of the generic "Home Depot Dad" look




In the office, this is the winner. I was in a room recently, and 6 of 7 men were dressed like this. It was incredible to behold.

On the weekend, I think it's the Khaki shorts & Polo short sleeve.
The question remains, which color Polo shirt is the "winner"?

Reminds me of Walmart...
post #34 of 118
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And the drape from buttock to calf is a straight line so basically all you see are stumps for legs.

I don't understand the complaint. Straight-line drape is the hallmark of good trouser fit, hipsters to the contrary.

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The clothes look good because the clothes fit. I think that is the main point in all of this is that the fit of the clothing is what elevates any outfit out of mediocrity.

Note excellent fit.
post #35 of 118
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Wonder what SF think of this guy


Sorry to sidetrack the thread, but that chick is amazing.
post #36 of 118
Wow, she does look great. The guy looks good too IMO, although I hate the big logo. Agree wtih the comments about fit - even the most generic clothes can look pretty good if they fit well. EZ
post #37 of 118
I just found out that is Bar Rafaeli, Leonardo's woman.
post #38 of 118
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How about some pictures of polos looking good ? Or is than an impossibility

post #39 of 118
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Note excellent fit.

Now I know where Thom Browne gets his ideas for Black Fleece!

The fit on the jacket makes that thing look about as good as it possibly can.
post #40 of 118
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I just found out that is Bar Rafaeli, Leonardo's woman.




- B
post #41 of 118
To refine the question a bit: in what color is the polo most generic? maroon? royal blue? navy? hunter green? (and i'm not saying these are BAD colors ...) edit: by the way (and perhaps Vox can appreciate this, if he ever flies commercial airlines), when changing planes at an airport, i can sense that I've found the connecting flight to Boston by the preponderance of maroon, navy, and hunter green.
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Oops
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Foo: That woman is meh. Would not hit
post #44 of 118
Nachoooooo Figueras; he better wear that MASSIVE polo horse well

Bar looks pretty good in that picture, pretty good indeed.
post #45 of 118
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Foo: That woman is meh. Would not hit

Foo doesn't know what true Causasian beauty is.
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