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Don't wear that tie. Shirt collar should lay underneath the lapels. Pants need to be hemmed, since they have a small leg opening, minimize the break. This will help avoid them from looking like stacks on jeans. Hold your arms forward a bit to help with the sleeve pitch. Wear the back of the trousers higher so the fabric doesn't wrinkle.

Oy!

Get your own avatar, mate!

(seriously though, it's very flattering that my pic is worth ripping off... I'm truly touched... Sniff)

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You know, after all the discussion about RL's Olympic outfits in this thread, I can't help thinking that this outfit of yours would be a much nicer version. It keeps many of the same basic elements as RL used but brings them closer to something I mentioned halfway down the thread: "... it's harder for America to inspire new uniforms than older countries as most good really American looks are IMO not formal or uniform ones but ones that are formal mixed with some casual elements. RL's tried to reflect that... but I think it doesn't quite hit the mark." To me, your outfit hints at being quite American in that middling-formal North Atlantic way.

 

(I also trust you aren't wearing a beret in the bit of photo that's cropped out.....)

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Oy!
Get your own avatar, mate!
(seriously though, it's very flattering that my pic is worth ripping off... I'm truly touched... Sniff)
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Originally Posted by Holdfast View Post

(I also trust you aren't wearing a beret in the bit of photo that's cropped out.....)

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Really like this. Who makes the coat?

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Forgive the low angle and wonky shadows.
Coat=silk
Pants=chino-lino
Shirt=OCBD
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Not me, but the ass is being kicked incredibly hard in these photos.

Agree. Much ass was kicked on that day.

Would like to see a larger lapel -- overall, awesome look.

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I actually like tie boners peepwall[1].gif

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Damn fine cup of coffee!
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"Hi, I'm pB. I loved you in Showgirls!"
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"I thought it was an art film."

-Kyle Maclachlan while walking out of the Showgirls premiere.
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Damn fine cup of coffee!
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I'm just now picking up on the TP cosplay.

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All this time I thought the hair was just a tribute to Lynch.
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The pre-distressed denim shirt with a button down collar's too much. Single breasted with skinny peak lapels–OK, I guess, though the contrast stitching on the button hole's needless further ostentation. But with the shirt, it's like piling on something everywhere just for its own sake.

Then there's the bandana. He's wearing short pants, loafers, and no socks. It's not like it's there to keep his neck warm.

 It's an overdone look.  #menswear and all that.  The look is widely accepted by the masses as being "stylish," but there's no individuality because it's such an ubiquitous trend.  So, I like the look, but I don't really respect it.

 

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Damn fine cup of coffee!
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 dat hair.inlove.gif

 

Tell me, PB, how do you have your hair cut, and how do you style it (i.e. what types of products/methods do you use)?  I've been trying many different haircuts lately, and I'm currently trying for a look very similar to what you've got here.  Any bits of sagacity would be welcome.biggrin.gif

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 It's an overdone look.  #menswear and all that.  The look is widely accepted by the masses as being "stylish," but there's no individuality because it's such an ubiquitous trend.  So, I like the look, but I don't really
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Tell me, PB, how do you have your hair cut, and how do you style it (i.e. what types of products/methods do you use)?  I've been trying many different haircuts lately, and I'm currently trying for a look very similar to what you've got here.  Any bits of sagacity would be welcome.biggrin.gif

I will refer you to the hair thread. I believe I wrote some things in there fairly recently.
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Damn fine cup of coffee!
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I can only hope that you were on the set of Portlandia

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Damn fine cup of coffee!
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Your hair perfect, girls hair not so perfect..

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