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post #12976 of 16367
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Originally Posted by Johnboy View Post

Hey we all make some mistakes when young Mike, and tattoo's are pretty well known for not washing off so well. What do you think he could do about it Mike?

he could dress better?
post #12977 of 16367
At this point, the tattoos and joshuasaussey are effectively one and the same. Therefore, they are off-limits for critique. Either offer suggestions for how he can improve the fit, coordination, etc., or STFU. I don't care how you feel about tattoos, but when you tell someone to endure expensive, painful medical procedures so that their clothing choices look better to you, you've crossed the line.
post #12978 of 16367
Well said, SB.
post #12979 of 16367
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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

At this point, the tattoos and joshuasaussey are effectively one and the same. Therefore, they are off-limits for critique. Either offer suggestions for how he can improve the fit, coordination, etc., or STFU. I don't care how you feel about tattoos, but when you tell someone to endure expensive, painful medical procedures so that their clothing choices look better to you, you've crossed the line.

God damn.

Awesome.
post #12980 of 16367
Wrong shoes, Shoreman.
post #12981 of 16367
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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

At this point, the tattoos and joshuasaussey are effectively one and the same. Therefore, they are off-limits for critique. Either offer suggestions for how he can improve the fit, coordination, etc., or STFU. I don't care how you feel about tattoos, but when you tell someone to endure expensive, painful medical procedures so that their clothing choices look better to you, you've crossed the line.

yes. sad that that isnt patently obvious.
post #12982 of 16367
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Originally Posted by Cantabrigian View Post

Wrong shoes, Shoreman.

Need more contrast with pants? The problem I always have with dirty bucks...
post #12983 of 16367
Dark brown would be better (as usual).
post #12984 of 16367
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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

At this point, the tattoos and joshuasaussey are effectively one and the same. Therefore, they are off-limits for critique. Either offer suggestions for how he can improve the fit, coordination, etc., or STFU. I don't care how you feel about tattoos, but when you tell someone to endure expensive, painful medical procedures so that their clothing choices look better to you, you've crossed the line.

You are entitled to your opinion and so am I. This is a forum about not only clothing but about Style, hence the name Styleforum. So I shall most certainly continue to state my opinion about ones style whenever I feel like it. I consider nothing that is related to ones style to be off limits. And by the way, I never told him to have his tattoos removed, I merely stated that if "I" was in his shoes "I" would have them removed. Most people with tattoos love them and that is great, If you like them then you should certainly keep them. I stand by my opinion that dressy clothes and tattoos don't complement each other.
post #12985 of 16367
I look forward to see every reply to JH's post from you being something about how it would look better without tattoos and that you would personally have them removed, which is in NO WAY implying he should. Because that would be absurd.

I actually like the tattoos but that's my opinion and I haven't stated it due to my views being closely aligned with SB; it doesn't matter if I liked them or not since he isn't asking about critiques on them.
post #12986 of 16367
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Originally Posted by michaelvl View Post


Is it just me that finds that your tatted bodybuilder physic doesn't suit the dad clothes you wear particularly well?
Not hating just offering my critique.

 

Not that I have to justify myself but this seems to be a heated discussion as of late.

 

I got all of my ink done when I was young and lived a completely different lifestyle, before I even started to dress nice. The past couple of years or so I've been more interested in dressing in a classic and simple matter. When I look at pictures of myself or others with tattoos I don't even see the ink.

 

I've recieved numerous compliments before about how the tattoos are a nice contrast with the "dad" clothing. I don't see why someone with tattoos or a muscular physique should be limited to how they dress, especially if they wear it well.

 

Anyhow, thanks to SB and all those agree.

post #12987 of 16367
yeahyeah, whatever. just dont be a dick and people wont have to tell you you are being a dick. smile.gif

#rulestoliveby

not @ joshua
post #12988 of 16367
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Originally Posted by michaelvl View Post

This is a forum about not only clothing but about Style, hence the name Styleforum. So I shall most certainly continue to state my opinion about ones style whenever I feel like it. I consider nothing that is related to ones style to be off limits.

Your posting style is that of a Bellend.
post #12989 of 16367
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Originally Posted by michaelvl View Post

You are entitled to your opinion and so am I. This is a forum about not only clothing but about Style, hence the name Styleforum. So I shall most certainly continue to state my opinion about ones style whenever I feel like it. I consider nothing that is related to ones style to be off limits. And by the way, I never told him to have his tattoos removed, I merely stated that if "I" was in his shoes "I" would have them removed. Most people with tattoos love them and that is great, If you like them then you should certainly keep them. I stand by my opinion that dressy clothes and tattoos don't complement each other.
Not all opinons have to be aired; silence is golden.
Though I agree styleforum is about more than just cloths this thread is definitely about clothes. If you want to criticize people on their physique please do so the the RHET thread. Josh doesn't have the physique of a mannequin and I'm sure he is well aware of that, no need to point it out here.
Saying someone just looks bad in menswear because of his tats & physique seems impolite to me, even if you add "no offense"' to the end of the sentence.
What is it you want(ed) to achieve with your remark?

FWIW, i don't like tats either but Josh does seem to have made progress in his fits as I remember older posts where he seemed to have been squeezed into his cloths. His more recent posts are better and that is what this thread is about.
post #12990 of 16367

I love how Hayward comes at the end of debates and puts in one liners lol

it's like the cherry on the cake

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