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post #76 of 122
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Originally Posted by Manton View Post

yeah but what about those charcoal trou?

They seem to be balanced out nicely with his dark tie and dark brown hat. But as mentioned above, some of this may have to do with Schumann adjusting the contrast before posting.
post #77 of 122
spoo in those gator gloves.

sorry bro. shog[1].gif still my sart superman though.
post #78 of 122
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Originally Posted by pocketsquareguy View Post

Please tell me that Flusser was awoken from a deep sleep and his apartment was on fire.....

I'd wear a humbler before wearing that Flusser outfit.
post #79 of 122
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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post

I'd wear a humbler before wearing that Flusser outfit.

Nothing like a dose of kinky to spice up a thread smile.gif
post #80 of 122
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Originally Posted by Quadcammer View Post


gtfo, dude looks great

x2

post #81 of 122
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Originally Posted by Pliny View Post


This photographer is clearly in violation of Flusser's "Brando" contract clause.
post #82 of 122
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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post

I once wore a humbler under that same Flusser outfit.
fixed.
post #83 of 122
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Originally Posted by dopey View Post

This is a great thread.
I think I will nominate the striped blazer with black piping. I don't know how to find a pic, but someone can find it, I am sure.
Astaire, like the DoW, represents a rich vein for this sort of thing. He really knew what he was doing, but he changed his style a bit over time and he also experimented, so you are bound to find some clinkers in the otherwise stellar inventory.

you rang?

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post #84 of 122
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Originally Posted by Manton View Post

For me, there are two.
2) Cary Grant wearing a BD shirt with french cuffs.
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Please don't spam this thread with pious claims that "I have no sartorial hero."

Are you sure he's wearing a button down here? Looks like it could be a spread collar that got a little scrunched up.
post #85 of 122
Thread Starter 
That was the best pic I could find and I agree, it's not clear from that, but if you watch the movie, it's clear.
post #86 of 122
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Originally Posted by Manton View Post

That was the best pic I could find and I agree, it's not clear from that, but if you watch the movie, it's clear.

Fair enough. I just wasn't sure. And in response to the original question, this:

post #87 of 122
JFK with the bottom suit button fastened. I know, I know - he wore a back brace and needed to cover it up. It still makes the jacket pull in a strange way.

post #88 of 122
Thread Starter 
droll, VG.

PM, you know, I never connected those two things but now that you say it, I am like, :slap forehead: "Aha!"
post #89 of 122

Saw this on another forum and lold partly because its funny and partly because it's Foo and Rubinacci not on SF.

 

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post #90 of 122
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Originally Posted by EMartNJ View Post

Saw this on another forum
lemme guess ...
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