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post #91 of 95
There are so many wonderful styles of hats for men just dying to be brought back into fashion and these guys do this...
post #92 of 95

Knitted ties and chestnut monks - i did not see that coming at the Pitti 

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Originally Posted by Cantabrigian View Post

Crompton was the most unkindest cut of all.


To show that I can do something other than hate, I posted these in another thread. I think the people involved look good - very good in each of these photos:

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post #93 of 95
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Originally Posted by texas_jack View Post

There are so many wonderful styles of hats for men just dying to be brought back into fashion and these guys do this...

They should pin them into tricornes/bicornes.
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Originally Posted by Cravate_Noire View Post


He just closes it normally if he wants to. I know him, he is incredibly slim, even quite a bit slimmer than I was when I weighed 55kg; I think the leg opening on his bespoke suits is 15cm in diameter. Most young Italian men who are extremely slim and get bespoke suits made just for fun, simply get them made as slim as possible, often much slimmer than even very open minded tailors would make an 'extremely slim' suit by default.

However, knowing basic optics like from ca. middle school helps in understanding what is going on. I hope you dont panic passing the apex of a corner, because one of the two similar walls seems to become longer and the other one shorter when moving away laterally from the apex of the corner... foo.gif

He also looks like an idiot for hanging his glasses from the lapel. :(

post #95 of 95
Felt this was a good place for this...

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