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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post

You need more ties from the USA


In the American style I only like two time periods in style
 
20-30 years of the 20th century
and 50 years of 20 century
 
As well as contemporary variations (optional) with a look on these old days.

Victor, I think you missed Ed's subtle sales pitch. Let me help him out: http://www.pantaclothing.com/SearchResults.asp?Cat=93
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Originally Posted by VictorSFreturn View Post

Believe me, I know enough basics and rules to allow yourself a little break them. shog%5B1%5D.gifbiggrin.gif

Если бы не закон, но было бы и преступника

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Originally Posted by VictorSFreturn View Post

Today.

 

Specially for people on this board I did today in the form of photos templates.

 

These poses and camera angles can adopt a tripod or with another person.

 

Make such images can be very simple and quick.

 

The main condition - shooting in daylight. Camera quality is not critical.

 

I hope these templates will help everyone learn how to take photos at a level that is suitable for watching other people, does not cut the eye and allows us to consider all the details and the quality of fit and tailoring.

 

Good luck in your business nod[1].gif

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Victor, that jacket, I loved it! fing02[1].gif

post #7459 of 13313
forget about the rumpled shirt, it's the total combo I want feedback on.
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Originally Posted by EFV View Post

forget about the rumpled shirt, it's the total combo I want feedback on.

IMO, the square matching the overcheck is no good. It also looks to be too tie-like in pattern.

I also don't like the tie--I think it's too close in color to the jacket. I don't much like it at all, to be honest. Something green or navy would have worked much better IMO.
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^^  Green would be too Xmas.  Diaz, I think, had a similar jacket and wore a tie with a red/maroon ground with a blue neat pattern that seemed to work.  

 

On another note-    Manton   /  Victor   is this detente now?

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Hahaha, I didn't think about the Christmas thing. Yeah, skip the green lol8[1].gif
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while i am not completely sold on the entire victor fit, i think the color combinations are excellent.
post #7464 of 13313
Victor looks great. He has his own style and he does it extremely well.

Might it make you happy to see him dressed the same as everyone here?? How boring would that be.

Victors cool....
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Originally Posted by Augustus D View Post

Victor looks great. He has his own style and he does it extremely well.

Might it make you happy to see him dressed the same as everyone here?? How boring would that be.

Victors cool....

Way to miss the point.
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^^^^the point being you don't think Victor is dressing in good taste? Victor has more 'taste' than 80% of the posters here.

You are blind.
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^^^^the point being you don't think Victor is dressing in good taste? Victor has more 'taste' than 80% of the posters here.

You are blind.
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Originally Posted by Augustus D View Post

^^^^the point being you don't think Victor is dressing in good taste? Victor has more 'taste' than 80% of the posters here.

You are blind.

You may want to consider why this isn't the WAYW thread.
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EDIT: to AD not Wall

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Originally Posted by Augustus D View Post

^^^^the point being you don't think Victor is dressing in good taste? Victor has more 'taste' than 80% of the posters here.

You are blind.
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Originally Posted by StanleyVanBuren View Post


Stanley Van Buren's outfit above, which I commended over at the WAYWT thread, I think is an example of a great outfit that nevertheless isn't "in good taste," as the originators of this thread conceive of the concept. I'll leave the word to Manton:
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Originally Posted by Manton View Post

This is about learning what constitutes good taste according to a certain tradition. [...] If you want a definition of what I mean by [that], it would be "according to the standards of Style Forvm groupthink as established by a dozen or so members who mostly agree on everything."
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