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post #61 of 137
This is a gem:

"Trying to lose weight to get that "high fashion" look. Like Victoria Beckham so cool, so high fashion. totally"
post #62 of 137
Everyone is missing the most important thing about this thread:


Bieber's mom is HAWT.


Seriously. do an image search.
post #63 of 137
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Gotta admit, these are my favorite kind of threads..

+1

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The jacket is too short and the trousers too low on his waist, which creates an asymetric appereance (body too long). Beside this, sky blue trousers don't go with the dark upper half. Grey or black would have been better.

zzzzz. Seriously, are you replying with substantive fashion advice? Really? Why spoil the party with this earnestness?

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post #64 of 137
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Gotta admit, these are my favorite kind of threads..

Agree...

We need more of them...
post #65 of 137
Jesus christ this guy spends a lot of money
post #66 of 137
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Bieber's mom is HAWT.

Nuh uh... Bieber's mom is orange. btw, "Jazmyn" and "Jaxon" are her other offspring...
post #67 of 137
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I"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."
"You don't have to be nouveaux riche to dress like this (but it helps)"
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btw, "Jazmyn" and "Jaxon" are her other offspring...
Not that it matters, but it sounds from the article like the father has had those other two kids by a different woman, so I don't think she is their mother...
post #68 of 137
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The biggest offence of all is that Bieb has his bottom button done up.
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Yeah...classless insecure fool
who the hell pulls up the sleeves of a jacket... isn't that the biggest offence.. and its not even functional cuffs - i.e. like a doctor would!
post #69 of 137
I don't think so. Look where the OP is from. I just read that book "How Luxury Lost It's Luster" and it has a whole chapter to describe this type of buyer and it seemed like a lot of young asians are just like him in their shopping purchases.
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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 #70 of 137
Checked out your blog and think those pants and belt would look great on you, but the jacket not so much. I wonder who makes those pants? They almost look like Diesel Black Gold to me.
post #71 of 137
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Hilarious.
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I approve of those thighs. I think he does too.
post #73 of 137
G'day HM,

Are you Malaysian Chinese?

Reason I ask is that the pic appears to have been taken at the Pavilion in KL...

Just an inane question... and nothing more than that.

My advice?

Look past the brand. Pay more attention to essentials such as fit and quality of workmanship. Eschew items that transform you into a walking advertisement. Lotsa people in KL wear Hermes, LV etc etc... why dress the same as them eh?

Maybe check out this site as an example and peruse the exquisite sportsjackets there, all now available on-line: www.thearmoury.com.

Also look at their blog, and find the pic of Mark wearing that cool gray Model 184 sportsjacket with a checked blue shirt and dark jeans.

This is what I believe appropriate, stylish, and female-head-turning for a 30-year-old man.

Here endeth the lesson...

P.S. As a Singaporean, albeit one in Oz, I totally understand the South East Asian fixation with luxe brands, so believe me when I say... I know whereof I speak.
post #74 of 137
I don't mind OP. He'll end up being that wealthy guy at the bar that picks up young beautiful girls, takes them out on the town then has lots of fun in a fancy hotel.
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I don't mind OP. He'll continue to be that son of a wealthy guy who picks up young males in secret, takes them out on the town then has lots of fun in a fancy hotel.

FTFY
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