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post #76 of 278
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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post

Timotune's outfit is far superior. Every goddamned Italian businessman dresses exactly like the above. The tie and jacket are too close. And an all-solid outfit is almost always a fail.
That said, the fit is very nice.

I actually endorse the 'goddamned eye-talian businessman' manner of dressing in a business setting.
While I have by no means mastered the art of dressing, often times, I find that I have to 'tone down' from SF standard so that my outfit does not stand out in business meetings.
post #77 of 278
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Originally Posted by chogall View Post

only 5 pages? 

INORITE!
post #78 of 278
I find this thread very self serving... hate me!
post #79 of 278
Is what I think is going on in this thread just for the sake of conversation or is this actually happening IRL? The hyper-analyzation of outfits?

I can't be the only one who slaps stuff I think looks good together and heads out the door feeling [and looking] wonderful.
post #80 of 278
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Originally Posted by NORE View Post

Is what I think is going on in this thread just for the sake of conversation or is this actually happening IRL? The hyper-analyzation of outfits?
I can't be the only one who slaps stuff I think looks good together and heads out the door feeling [and looking] wonderful.

oh yeah, that's happening...we silently judge you when you forgot to match your watch bezel with your belt buckle or the pocketsqure to the colour of your iris. you fool.

post #81 of 278
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Originally Posted by NORE View Post

Is what I think is going on in this thread just for the sake of conversation or is this actually happening IRL? The hyper-analyzation of outfits?
I can't be the only one who slaps stuff I think looks good together and heads out the door feeling [and looking] wonderful.

The problem is that most of you do not look nearly as good as you believe. Imperfect as it is, analysis comes in handy when instinct fails.
post #82 of 278
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Originally Posted by NORE View Post

Is what I think is going on in this thread just for the sake of conversation or is this actually happening IRL? The hyper-analyzation of outfits?
I can't be the only one who slaps stuff I think looks good together and heads out the door feeling [and looking] wonderful.

But are you as dynamic as Timotune? Dynamism!!!!
post #83 of 278
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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post


The problem is that most of you do not look nearly as good as you believe.

but... b-but my mom said I am beautiful.... shog[1].gif

post #84 of 278
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Originally Posted by NORE View Post

Is what I think is going on in this thread just for the sake of conversation or is this actually happening IRL? The hyper-analyzation of outfits?
I can't be the only one who slaps stuff I think looks good together and heads out the door feeling [and looking] wonderful.

i imagine, as with most things, the reality lies somewhere in the middle.
post #85 of 278
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Originally Posted by bellyhungry View Post

I actually endorse the 'goddamned eye-talian businessman' manner of dressing in a business setting.
While I have by no means mastered the art of dressing, often times, I find that I have to 'tone down' from SF standard so that my outfit does not stand out in business meetings.

The Italian Businessman Look is preferable to much of what is posted here because it is unoffensive and not incorrect. However, it is also nothing special. So sure, if the only choice is between that and outlandishly, cluelessly, obnoxiously bad, then the former is the clear winner. But the dichotomy is false.
post #86 of 278
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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post

The problem is that most of you do not look nearly as good as you believe. Imperfect as it is, analysis comes in handy when instinct fails.

not all of us are disillusioned.
post #87 of 278
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

i imagine, as with most things, the reality lies somewhere in the middle.

It lies along many different metrics that are too often ignored or not considered evenly.
post #88 of 278
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

not all of us are disillusioned.

I didn't say all of you are. But I think it is true of many, if not most.

The best dressers on the forum have largely abandoned it or at least drastically reduced their participation over the years. That alone should tell you something.
post #89 of 278
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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post

The problem is that most of you do not look nearly as good as you believe. Imperfect as it is, analysis comes in handy when instinct fails.

Agreed. But I believe the important part is to believe you look good and roll with that. A byproduct is that you don't end up feeling self conscious when people stare smile.gif
post #90 of 278
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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post

I didn't say all of you are. But I think it is true of many, if not most.
The best dressers on the forum have largely abandoned it or at least drastically reduced their participation over the years. That alone should tell you something.

its tells me we are missing out frown.gif
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