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post #31 of 137
Younger girls? How young? Pre-teen?
post #32 of 137
Ah, I'm pretty sure HM is having us on.

P
post #33 of 137
^actually i hope he isn't!

This would be too epic, if real.
post #34 of 137
Dear Hermes MAn,

I looked at your blog. I think you could pull off the Justin Bieber look.

You are young, skinny and asian. Plus, your hair is in the similar style.

Go for it!
post #35 of 137
The best part about this thread is that the exact same blazer would be drawing all kinds of compliments if a different (non-retarded) person had posted the photo and it were being worn by some moody but hetero-looking Japanese guy. It's a very simple and reasonably elegant grey jacket with a classic notch collar and a bit of dark contrast limning -- hardly ostentatious or juvenile. - Hermesman is one of the most pathetic posters I've ever seen anywhere - Bieber is a talentless little twit - but really there's no reason a 30-year-old couldn't wear something like that for variety
post #36 of 137
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Originally Posted by Saenek View Post
I wish it was a joke, but I have a feeling this guy is for real.

Come on...

It is impossible to be that shallow..

Maybe not..
post #37 of 137
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fixed^^
ter1413, Your hair got 2x bigger! It's freakin magnificent!
post #38 of 137
I would also think it's a joke, except most jokes are funnier
post #39 of 137
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Originally Posted by GoldenTribe View Post
It's a very simple and reasonably elegant grey jacket with a classic notch collar and a bit of dark contrast limning -- hardly ostentatious or juvenile.

Except that it's about 5 inches too short; and just looks very cheap. But you're right that it could still look okay (in a cheap H&M/Zara kinda way) on a young person who didn't know any better, but not when paired with such insanely low-rise trousers, matchy belt, boring t-shirt etc.
post #40 of 137
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What do you guys think of a style that shows the adventure side of me without looking like a douche (like those collar up guys, spiked up hairstyle etc.) that is appropriate to my age as i would want to end up looking like an immature and unmannered 30 years old

certainly not the average gentlemen style that may potray me as a balding man going through mid life crisis like the rest of the population which will scare away the young girls

i want to look like a stylish gentlemen that is ready for some fun which would be more young girl friendly

anyway i cant think of any other better style than this one




please share if you have any other ideas.

post #41 of 137
I have to add to this thread because I still can't get over this guy's blog. I stumbled onto it a few months ago and it still amazes me.

-Pictures of price tags to prove he paid a lot of money for the items he buys
-Showing off that he stayed in expensive hotel rooms
-Mentions cost of restaurant meals and room service
-Mentions that the reason he wants a certain jacket is because X star wore it and he doesn't want to miss a chance to wear the same thing as X star

Anyways... done venting but this still baffles me.

As for the actual OP's question. Under no circumstances should a person ever wear that look. Please don't look to Justin Bieber for Fashion advice/inspiration.

Also, quit buying stupid, overpriced and poor quality branded items.

My 2 cents...
post #42 of 137
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Anyways... done venting but this still baffles me.
Are you guys all new to the Internet or something? It's a potpourri of crazyflakes out there. I have absolutely no doubt that Hermes Man is 100% serious and 100% real.
post #43 of 137
It's a put-on, and all you daft f***ers just got Ali-G'd BOO YA KA SHA!
post #44 of 137
How is this not in DT yet?
post #45 of 137
If the pic was not of Bieber, but was of Thom Browne then everyone would have a different perspective. A Thom Browne jacket would be the same length and would have strange piping, but would not suffer from the stigma of being worn by Bieber.

I actually looked at the OP's blog. What Bieber was wearing is not that far off from the OP's style.

Not everyone is Vox or PG.

OP, keep reaching for that rainbow
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