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post #346 of 1044
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post

Guys like thestylewhatever

Hah, it's ok. You can admit that you know the full name. That guy is not my favorite but still I would say does have more authority than 99% (if not all) of the people singled out here.
post #347 of 1044
OK, this is totally cheating and admittedly very unfair to the OP so I feel a teensy bit bad even posting it, but this is what Google translate came up with when presented with a fashion blog written in another language. So blame it on Google, and not the poster:

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This is a long-term step that must go directly whoever Choking male dress. During this phase, we will periodically, every few months przepatrywać our wardrobe and dispose of it what we call the "ugly" and a few months ago this thing was something for us - perfect...

Believe masakryczny snow fell, I was no high boots. I needed to rape. I bought this and I am absolutely satisfied.

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post #348 of 1044
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Originally Posted by pickpackpockpuck View Post

Hah, it's ok. You can admit that you know the full name. That guy is not my favorite but still I would say does have more authority than 99% (if not all) of the people singled out here.

I dunno the full name, I'm sure I knew a few days ago since it was posted here.

edit: I suck and it's the style blogger, so obvious. FAIL
post #349 of 1044
Haha. That's why I figured you had to know it. You were already so close
post #350 of 1044
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Originally Posted by caseyfud View Post



Interestingly, I posted the second photo (of me in the same pants and a blue shirt) in the Casual WAYWT thread and nobody said anything. Do you mean the SW&D WAYWT or the regular MC WAYWT?

"This is actually a few days old, from before the Schneider cardigan got here. Wearing my sluttiest t-shirt."

 

What the fuck is wrong with you?

post #351 of 1044
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Originally Posted by diniro View Post


burn all your bowties, bright colored chinos, and fun socks. also stop reading GQ.

What's wrong with bowties? My grandfather wore bowties. angry.gif

post #352 of 1044
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Originally Posted by Rambo View Post


Yeah, and your grandfather probably didn't look like a retarded cocksucker while wearing one either. These people, on the other hand...

Right. So the problem is the people wearing them, and not bowties themselves. How does one wear a bowtie without looking like an idiot?


Edited by Chase H - 2/24/13 at 7:42pm
post #353 of 1044
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Originally Posted by Rambo View Post

and your grandfather probably didn't look like a retarded cocksucker

You really don't need to talk like this.
post #354 of 1044
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Originally Posted by Chase H View Post

Right. So the problem is the people wearing them, and not bowties themselves. How does one wear a bowtie without looking like a retarded cocksucker?

Try not to wear them for the gimmick or "fun" factor. If you work in a place where you have to wear suit and tie, there's a slight chance that you can get away with wearing a bowtie.

It's a very difficult thing to wear naturally.
post #355 of 1044
Rambo, the homophobic touch to your posts is disgusting.
post #356 of 1044
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Originally Posted by hendrix View Post


Try not to wear them for the gimmick or "fun" factor. If you work in a place where you have to wear suit and tie, there's a slight chance that you can get away with wearing a bowtie.

It's a very difficult thing to wear naturally.

What about if you wear suits and ties just because you can? Also, I always pictured a bow tie going a bit better with an odd jacket than with a suit due to the decreased formality. Is there any basis for that?

post #357 of 1044
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Originally Posted by Chase H View Post

What about if you wear suits and ties just because you can? Also, I always pictured a bow tie going a bit better with an odd jacket than with a suit due to the decreased formality. Is there any basis for that?

I don't know. I'm hesitant to give advice here because there are about 2 people in the world who can pull off wearing suit and tie just because they can. And they are generally people who can pull off wearing anything just because they can.
I mean, I'm not assuming that that isn't you, but if you have to ask...well...
The only time I've ever worn bowties was for black tie events.

If it's something you really want to do, go for it. Just make sure you're not taking yourself too seriously.
post #358 of 1044
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Originally Posted by hendrix View Post


I don't know. I'm hesitant to give advice here because there are about 2 people in the world who can pull off wearing suit and tie just because they can. 

How's that? 

post #359 of 1044
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Originally Posted by Chase H View Post

How's that? 

I'm obviously using hyperbole, but people tend to be suspicious of someone who dresses more formally than the social setting dictates. It can come across as fussy, or just plain impolite. But it really depends on how the person carries themselves. If the person seems genuine then it's a non-issue for most people.
post #360 of 1044
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Originally Posted by hendrix View Post


I'm obviously using hyperbole, but people tend to be suspicious of someone who dresses more formally than the social setting dictates. It can come across as fussy, or just plain impolite. But it really depends on how the person carries themselves. If the person seems genuine then it's a non-issue for most people.

I tend to get compliments for about the first one or two times someone sees me "dressed up," and then nobody notices at all. I've certainly never gotten any negative comments about it, and it doesn't feel like anyone's bothered by it. I'm a college student, in case you're wondering.

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