I found this effusive outpouring of affection to be quite funny! Not to say that an affected style of dress cannot look nice, but in the end, it is still affected. Although if someone likes that sort of thing, then it works. I looked at some of Tibor's posts and he dresses well, his fits are good. I would feel a little self conscious with a hat like that, but then again my line of work doesn't allow for that kind of independence in sartorial matters.
On to in stitches, I think his outfit is rather inoffensive. Certainly nothing is really wrong with it, even if a he wears a few things I would never want for myself--namely a button down shirt. But, and I hope I don't offend in stitches with this, I think he would become a dramatically better dresser if he lost some weight. No tailor however good can really hide that extra few lbs around the waist. Otherwise, he definitely appears to know how to dress well.
As for the orgre fellow, he is in uniform and it shows. The fits appear to be good, but he is clearly an aficionado of dramatically ugly ties.
Both ends of the spectrum represented
I don't agree. It's obvious that Orgetorix likes what he wears, and it never feels constricted or boring (as I guess the term "uniform" would suggest). Also, let's not comment on peoples weight, this is a clothing forum not jennycraig.com. IMHO a good tailor doesn't hide a person, he flatters his best features.