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And people say white guys can't dance...
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I think this should solve the problem. Look at how young JCVD looks.


He is the poster boy for the " Say no to drugs campaign"..
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Hi

My name is John, co-founder of http://Min.us
Just thought I'd drop by and say hi as I saw traffic coming from styleforum in this thread.

Thanks for using Min.us to share photos!
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Hi Mr. co-founder John, think you can beat those dance moves? Well, can ya??
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^ I could totally wear a wrestling singlet to the casual sports bar. Good idea, thanks for posting
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No matter what I wear, I always look like an old man, but then...
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Hi Mr. co-founder John, think you can beat those dance moves? Well, can ya??

Of course :P
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Quick fix: Never wear dress pants to a casual bar unless you're over 45 and have given up on yourself. Wear high-end, dark indigo jeans (I've had good luck with Diesel and Burberry) and a slim fit shirt. Your shirt is bunching at the waist and there's no fun pattern. Try Thomas Pink to jazz things up. They have slim fit which would be good for you. Finally, if you insist on wearing a blazer, make sure it is properly tailored. I'd recommend getting a more modern, sleek blazer. Gucci has some really fashionable ones, although they're expensive. If that's not an option I'd recommend a light jacket that you take off and then show your physique with your shirt instead.
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^ Gucci? You must have missed the label comment back on page whatever; hint: if YOU can afford that, then get bespoke! (stay with us, grasshopper -- you have much to learn If the OP is still around, I repeat: yes, fit is everything, but just loosen up/mix it up, and you'll be fine -- really
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