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post #46 of 64
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He definitely banged the odd scarlet woman or two. Lack of photographic evidence notwithstanding.

Who hasn't?

post #47 of 64
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That's for sure and you can see that Daniel has improve a lot from this...

 

 

 

But the the king always has a good look I think.

 

 

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He definitely banged the odd scarlet woman or two. Lack of photographic evidence notwithstanding. On that note ...
The Crown Princess of Sweden + spouse

I would lower the button stance, widen the lapels, and lengthen then jacket a bit. But better than most get-ups so far.
post #48 of 64
King of Bhutan:


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post #49 of 64
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lol8[1].giflol8[1].giflol8[1].giflol8[1].gif that cracked me up man!

post #50 of 64
Gustaf V of Sweden (the present king's grandfather) was a pretty natty dresser, but like the Prince of Wales, he often found himself in dubious company.

post #51 of 64

Prince William's always either seen undressed or underdressed..

post #52 of 64
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Prince William's always either seen undressed or underdressed..

Nonsense.

HRH the Duke of Cambridge (Prince William) is always appropriately dressed whilst on Royal duties and what he wears when not so is not relevant here. The only criticism is that he seems to have dropped the pocket square in the last few weeks. Hitherto he had a white one but this disappeared during his last overseas tour and has not reappeared.
post #53 of 64

Though they have the money to spend for bespoke suits, not all the royals can pull off looking regal as they say.

post #54 of 64
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Though they have the money to spend for bespoke suits, not all the royals can pull off looking regal as they say.

Just thought about that. Shouldn't they all have a personal tailor going bespoke on all there clothing... ? I would.

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post #56 of 64
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Nonsense.
HRH the Duke of Cambridge (Prince William) is always appropriately dressed whilst on Royal duties and what he wears when not so is not relevant here. The only criticism is that he seems to have dropped the pocket square in the last few weeks. Hitherto he had a white one but this disappeared during his last overseas tour and has not reappeared.

 

Like his grandpa, young William seems rather prone to embarrassing neo-colonialism, however... and what's worse, whilst he's lording it over the natives, he's wearing a shirt and tie with no jacket!  Tut, tut...

 

post #57 of 64
You guys are talking about that colonially-themed frat party he attended, right? Yeah, that wasn't in very good taste.
post #58 of 64
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Originally Posted by FlyingMonkey View Post

Like his grandpa, young William seems rather prone to embarrassing neo-colonialism, however... and what's worse, whilst he's lording it over the natives, he's wearing a shirt and tie with no jacket!  Tut, tut...


"The sun never sets on the British Empire." nod[1].gif
post #59 of 64
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Originally Posted by Ivar View Post


He definitely banged the odd scarlet woman or two. Lack of photographic evidence notwithstanding. On that note ...
The Crown Princess of Sweden + spouse

I would lower the button stance, widen the lapels, and lengthen then jacket a bit. But better than most get-ups so far.

I think he's nailed the fit.  I'm with you on the button stance and lapels, however.

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