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post #46 of 137
I think this look says a lot of things about a 30-year(s) old man and while all of them are not good, there is the "fun" element, for sure, but the fun is for people who see you in this get-up.
post #47 of 137
not sure what to to say this thread is a doozy

except in general 30 somethings should not be dressing like pre-teens

post #48 of 137
I just read the OP's blog. I LOVE THIS GUY!!! But I love Jersey Shore too!
post #49 of 137
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post #50 of 137
While asking "Good lord, what the hell is that? ^", I want to take a minute to salute OP's formidable image manipulating skills:
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post #51 of 137
OP,

Ignore the haters and naysayers. Buy a Bieber style jacket from an expensive designer label and post pics of yourself on your blog next to the Bieber pic
post #52 of 137
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Originally Posted by hermes man View Post
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.



Hermes man, why did you post this picture of a teenage girl on a men's fashion forum? I don't understand.
post #53 of 137
Seriously !!! This guy is the biggest TROLL in the history of all trolls !!! WTF
Somehow the troll got all of us posting...
post #54 of 137
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Originally Posted by Doxe View Post
OP,

Ignore the haters and naysayers. Buy a Bieber style jacket from an expensive designer label and post pics of yourself on your blog next to the Bieber pic

Why troll?
post #55 of 137
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Originally Posted by anginaprinzmetal View Post
Seriously !!! This guy is the biggest TROLL in the history of all trolls !!! WTF
Somehow the troll got all of us posting...

The sad part is that I don't think it's a joke...

I'm pretty damn sure the OP is serious
post #56 of 137
Alright, I am not a big fan of Justin Bieber so I will be pretty biased about my opinion. Here it goes, never dress like this child superstar. However, you may wear clothes that you think only young men can use. I remember my mom saying that one of the ways to look young is to stay away from things that will make you look old.
post #57 of 137
PM Revolving. He's asked this same question.
post #58 of 137
I like how Hermes man includes the price of everything he purchases even though he states "In this blog i would like to share my passion for fashion and serve as guide to other men who wish to indulge in fashion and to prove that you dont have to be "noveau rich" to afford the brands that you like as long as you have determination to save up." I think he just likes to brag that he can spend a lot of money on clothing.
post #59 of 137
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PM Revolving. He's asked this same question.

That sounds like a conversation that should not be limited to mere PMs.
post #60 of 137
The Beiber thing aside, let's not be too quick to pile on to the OP. He's doing exactly what lots of us do on this forum ... he's just not as subtle about it.
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