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post #16 of 45

Pierce Brosnan and company.
post #17 of 45
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Originally Posted by Ivan Kipling View Post

Pierce Brosnan and company.

see, to me, he looks like he should be working the door but i'm sure that this was posted in support of the look so it just goes to show you it's really a matter of personal taste.
post #18 of 45
Just one example of how somebody does it.
post #19 of 45
I think this look is great for a night out, not to keep up the CR homage.

post #20 of 45
I do it because I think wearing ties out to bars/clubs (the kind I go to) is odd. Unless you have just come from an Interview/funeral etc... and even then you can tuck it away somewhere to prevent it from getting stained.... ---edit---- also, as this thread was posted in the "streetwear and denim" section, I would think that it would be even more appropriate to go sans tie.
post #21 of 45
I pull off the suit with no tie look all the time, with no problem at all. I usually go to school dances wearing that, I think it's kind of weird to wear a tie to a club/dance.

JB
post #22 of 45
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Originally Posted by drizzt3117 View Post
just make sure you unbutton the shirt at the collar

Actually, I heard the air tie was coming back.

Don't know if it's been said yet, but trousers should def be flat front. +1 on slimmer suits only, altho I say avoid ties and pocket squares.
post #23 of 45
I'll offer what I consider a rather surprising illustration of suits being worn successfully when most unexpected: I saw suits worn most sublimely many times at CBGB's, of all places, and as extreme as that seems the guys in suits got just as much respect as the most punk looking punks. In fact they would usually end up talking together, while ignoring the majority of people there who dressed like they were running out to buy milk. Likewise, a friend of mine has always worn suits to every Rolling Stone concert and makes waves. So it comes down to your ability to carry it off and not feel self-conscious. Get together the look and the confidence before attempting it!
post #24 of 45
Thread Starter 
Well, you guys definately have me convinced to wear my suit next time I go out. I'll probably go shopping this week and see if I can pick up a new shirt or two.

Just curious, whats CBGB that Chauncey mentioned in his post?
post #25 of 45
It ain't no Mudd Club.
post #26 of 45
Gray suit + white shirt + no tie = President of Iran.
post #27 of 45
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Originally Posted by Isaac Mickle View Post
Gray suit + white shirt + no tie = President of Iran.

I disagree. Gray suit + white shirt - tie =

post #28 of 45
^^^ word.
post #29 of 45
I'd probably feel more uncomfortable wearing a tie out. Sometimes I put on a blazer with jeans and it just doesn't feel right. I would feel pretty good going out like this:



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Originally Posted by DucatiCole View Post

Just curious, whats CBGB that Chauncey mentioned in his post?

Old NYC punk club
post #30 of 45
Damnit, now I wanna watch Collateral... have to steal the DVD back from my brother!
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