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post #16 of 246
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Originally Posted by jamesbond View Post
Can he? From what I've heard he is broke and worthless so how he got her I'm not sure, gravey train yes, until her reality show is canceled (which should be very soon). I agree but would you be wearing a 3-piece suit to the club in L.A. where everyone else is wearing t-shirts and jeans?

If he wore a t-shirt and jeans, you would be lamenting his lame sense of style anyway.

Why do SF members wear a pocket square and jacket when everyone else is wearing an ill fitting shirt with jeans?
post #17 of 246
Thread Starter 
There's a time and place for everything. The club is not the place for a 3-piece business suit, especially if you have no business to discuss and double especially if it's in L.A. and triple especially if you don't have a job. Got it?
post #18 of 246
Job or no job I still say he looks good, I think his professional title is Kourtneys husnand baby daddy and he just wants to look good for that which I don't blame him for one bit.
post #19 of 246
A little too flashy and not my taste, but the dude has got style. No hate here.
post #20 of 246
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Originally Posted by jamesbond View Post
There's a time and place for everything. The club is not the place for a 3-piece business suit, especially if you have no business to discuss and double especially if it's in L.A. and triple especially if you don't have a job. Got it?
Job = Reality TV actor Club = Dress however the fuck you want. Have you seen a club in LA? That's like the capital of pick up artists over the world. For douchebaggery, a 3 piece suit is incredibly tame. I've seen guys in lime green suits, motorcycle outfits, etc.
post #21 of 246
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Originally Posted by teddieriley View Post
I think you're missing the fact that there is almost a complete lack of hot chicks.
Is this a plus for SF or a negative? You guys are sipping hard on that haterade. If he were just some guy posting on WAYWRN, the e-splooging would make the responses to vox's pictures tame by comparison. Pocket squares, good fit, nice suits. The ties are a bit ridiculous, but he's about as SF approved as it gets if you can get over whatever random hate you have for him. Off to bed in the closet. I think I've earned my keep for the next couple weeks.
post #22 of 246
Yeah... I didn't think that was very bad... Certainly the guy looks like a d-bag, but it wasn't bad at all. In fact I enjoyed a few of those outfits....
post #23 of 246
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Originally Posted by Macallan9 View Post
Job = Reality TV actor

Club = Dress however the fuck you want. Have you seen a club in LA? That's like the capital of pick up artists over the world. For douchebaggery, a 3 piece suit is incredibly tame. I've seen guys in lime green suits, motorcycle outfits, etc.

More info then I need.
post #24 of 246
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Yeah... I didn't think that was very bad... Certainly the guy looks like a d-bag, but it wasn't bad at all. In fact I enjoyed a few of those outfits....

I agree, I just think he could tone down the contrast collars, pin-strips and gold watches. Add some solid navy or grey suits and he wouldn't look sooo douchey.
post #25 of 246
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Originally Posted by jamesbond View Post
Do you live in his closet? and I count 5 suits in all.

Dude, get a life!! You are a full grown man tracking the guy's clothes , source of income, and who he's fuc*king?

post #26 of 246
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Originally Posted by mr monty View Post
Dude, get a life!! You are a full grown man tracking the guy's clothes , source of income, and who he's fuc*king?

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Noice! And your a full grown man (maybe?) who's on SF tracking other full grown men tracking this dude?

:lurk
post #27 of 246
Let's make one thing clear. He is incredibly well dressed. He has a very clear sense of personal style. He has a prototypical build for designer threads. His clothes fit him and he looks good in them. That said, the way he dresses is also off putting for a few reasons: 1) He dresses like a power broker when in fact he has made very few contributions to society. It's like he's playing dress up. There is something inherently unlikeable about someone who starts on 3rd base and acts like he hit a home run. 2) He goes too big too often. If you are always dressed to the nines and it's clear that you're 100% obsessed with how you look it makes you a dandy. Real men have depth beyond how well they dress. Certainly they should not be afraid of dressing well, but there should be some depth of character. He doesn't really have that.
post #28 of 246
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Originally Posted by Steeze View Post
Let's make one thing clear. He is incredibly well dressed. He has a very clear sense of personal style. He has a prototypical build for designer threads. His clothes fit him and he looks good in them.

Are we looking at different photos, in which your guy is wearing jackets that don't pull at the waist and is not wearing a triple-orange deluxe?
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Originally Posted by amplifiedheat View Post
Are we looking at different photos, in which your guy is wearing jackets that don't pull at the waist and is not wearing a triple-orange deluxe?

+1?
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