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post #31 of 48
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Kudlow's stuff is definitely bespoke. I want to say Logsdail but that could be entirely made up.

 

Both he and Sharpton are among the best dressed on TV, imo.

I once saw Matt Lauer (spelling)? sporting a very nice POW sport coat on-air as well. Anyone got a pic?

post #32 of 48

Guess I'm in the minority... I don't care for that suit Sharpton is wearing.  I haven't paid attention previously, but that particular suit is nothing special in my opinion.

post #33 of 48
Can't agree on Sharpton being one of the best dressed on TV (or anywhere).

I don't even know if his stuff fits it's just too much of a flashy / tacky mix. His buddy Rangel is better but I still can't fail to hate.
post #34 of 48


This guy is s such a douche. It's disgraceful that MSNBC puts him on the air.
post #35 of 48
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Both he and Sharpton are among the best dressed on TV, imo.
I once saw Matt Lauer (spelling)? sporting a very nice POW sport coat on-air as well. Anyone got a pic?

Don't quote me on this but I heard Matt Lauer favors Zegna (note their boutique is down the street from Studio 1A at Rockefeller Plaza).
post #36 of 48
Thread Starter 

Hi All, I wanted to find out what tie color Republicans and Democrats prefer to see on their candidates, and created an online poll. The winning tie will be express mailed to each candidate on October 19th (in time for the debate on Oct 22nd). Let's hope they follow our fashion advice! smile.gif

 

Here is the link where you can cast your vote:

http://www.tie-a-tie.net/blog/obama-vs-romney-necktie-vote/

 

Cheers,

 

Hendrik

post #37 of 48
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Most likely as he's actually a very small man with a big head.

 

I saw him at Reagan National and was very surprised at how short he really is.

Was he looking sharp?

Not really, nondescript trousers and guayabera.

post #38 of 48
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Guess I'm in the minority... I don't care for that suit Sharpton is wearing.  I haven't paid attention previously, but that particular suit is nothing special in my opinion.

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Originally Posted by Cantabrigian View Post

Can't agree on Sharpton being one of the best dressed on TV (or anywhere).
I don't even know if his stuff fits it's just too much of a flashy / tacky mix. His buddy Rangel is better but I still can't fail to hate.

Maybe I just caught him on good days?  His fits seemed to be superior to the typical newscaster/pundit every time I have seen him.

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Don't quote me on this but I heard Matt Lauer favors Zegna (note their boutique is down the street from Studio 1A at Rockefeller Plaza).

He was wearing a killer POW check one morning.

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Originally Posted by Layered Player View Post

Not really, nondescript trousers and guayabera.

I see. Interesting.

post #39 of 48
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This guy is s such a douche. It's disgraceful that MSNBC puts him on the air.

I agree, and I'm actually fairly liberal.  He's a lightweight compared to some of the others up there he's conversing with.  Not a fan.

post #40 of 48
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 His fits seemed to be superior to the typical newscaster/pundit every time I have seen him.

I refuse to watch TV news so I don't actually know how he compares.
post #41 of 48

I have a question that's been lingering in my head. I understand that black suits should be avoided because they don't look as nice is not as flattering as other colors for many people's complexion, so why is Romney, Obama, Ryan, and McCain all wearing black suits and not charcoal or navy blue?

post #42 of 48

Obama and Romney almost wore the same suit - except for the ties.

post #43 of 48

By the way, do you guys think Obama has a charm and confident! He will win if they wear the same suit

post #44 of 48
No; he's a douche!
post #45 of 48
What watch was Obama wearing in the second debate do we think? It caught my eye.
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