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post #106 of 300

tie knots used: in Q of S is that a half windsor? I feel like it must be with that symmetry. In skyfall it may very well be a 4 in hand but they r so fuckin small it doesn't matter. As I am not a fan of anything but a sprezzed out 4 in hand for myself, I'm curious if any SFer's know if the 4 in hand doesn't have the prevalence in british style?

post #107 of 300

Wow, this just keeps getting so much worse...

 

post #108 of 300

That is actually awful..

post #109 of 300

Did you all notice at the beginning of the movie, that one cuff button on the suit was open, that was pretty nice if you ask me.

post #110 of 300

Premiere Albert Hall, London.

 

700

 

700

post #111 of 300
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Originally Posted by Stugotes View Post

Wow, this just keeps getting so much worse...


Wow, everything about that is just awful.
post #112 of 300
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Did you all notice at the beginning of the movie, that one cuff button on the suit was open, that was pretty nice if you ask me.

Meh, that's just ostentatious showing off.
post #113 of 300
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Meh, that's just ostentatious showing off.

Right. The hallmark of vulgarians, more like ...
post #114 of 300
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Originally Posted by Trifon View Post

I like this styling a lot, a very nice overcoat, good trouser length etc.

And the film was good too smile.gif

Overcoat is way too short. Best overcoat was Brosnan in "world is not enough".

Can't help but thinking of that new Men's Warehouse commercial every time I see a photo of Craig in this movie. The one where he's driving down the street talking about a modern suit for the modern man...
post #115 of 300
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Wow, this just keeps getting so much worse...

 

the, uhh, pocket square is nice.... Jesus. How does Ford let something like this go?

post #116 of 300
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Originally Posted by jamesbond View Post

Overcoat is way too short. Best overcoat was Brosnan in "world is not enough".

I agree. Though the best overcoat, hands down, was Roger Moore's chesterfield in Live and Let Die.
post #117 of 300
I think the best overcoat were by TF in QoS, although it's hard to see them in the movie. Those were not short and suited the character very well.
post #118 of 300


Suit looks pretty good
post #119 of 300
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Overcoat is way too short. Best overcoat was Brosnan in "world is not enough".
Can't help but thinking of that new Men's Warehouse commercial every time I see a photo of Craig in this movie. The one where he's driving down the street talking about a modern suit for the modern man...

Disagree, I actually think the overcoat is nice on him there. Since he is going for the slim fit in all clothing aswell should the overcoat be like that. I don't think a size bigger would like nice on him (he is not that old)

post #120 of 300
Looked like new M at the end was wearing real TF - DB with big swooping lapels.
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