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post #16 of 27
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Spoo's tie dimples>>

He ties a mean tie, that's for sure.
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I would aim for Chikor's amazing bespoke shoedrobe from top makers. Or APortney's shoe fairy land.

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post #17 of 27
Lots of old name dropping here, is Vox still around?
post #18 of 27
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Lots of old name dropping here, is Vox still around?

 

On Tumblr.  Not on SF.

post #19 of 27
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Vox, Stitchy, Spoo, NOBD, TTO icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

thanks, j. you are too kind.

its hard to nail it down to a few without forgetting someone.

right now, TTO is really brining the heat and a lot of inspiration. i always enjoy spoos and dereks fits. as mentioned, i think gdl, NOBD, parker and mao^2 are all very inspirational fit posters as well, sadly, none of them post with a lot or regularity these days, though NOBD does post some fits, or parts of them.
post #20 of 27
Vox posted a recent pic with his California closet next to him (at least that's what it looked like).

Holy hell. Racks on racks.
post #21 of 27
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On Tumblr.  Not on SF.

aha, good to know
post #22 of 27
Tirailleur1 is my favorite new member from the past year or so.

A Harris was respected on MC and SWD. When I say "He is missed," I mean it.
post #23 of 27
There are people with model/mannequin like builds. And there are good dressers.

I see some mistaken one for the other.
post #24 of 27
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There are people with model/mannequin like builds. And there are good dressers.

I see some mistaken one for the other.
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post #25 of 27
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Originally Posted by chogall View Post

There are people with model/mannequin like builds. And there are good dressers.

I see some mistaken one for the other.

True. I do think that a lot of the members that have already been mentioned, whether they have the model/mannequin physique or not, have paid such close attention to fit that most of their wardrobe flatters them. Not that you can magically transform a body shape, but those bad fits that you can't quite put a finger on are the result of accentuating the wrong areas or not accentuating the proper areas to achieve a good shape.
post #26 of 27
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Originally Posted by chogall View Post

There are people with model/mannequin like builds. And there are good dressers.

I see some mistaken one for the other.
The two aren´t necessarily mutually exlusive though are they ? I really like MaoMaos fits for instance, but it helps a lot that he has an athletic build Imo. Physique in other words plays quite a big role. There are some - shall I say - portly dressers on here and in the blogosphere, who without a doubt put a lot of effort into their outfits, but they always start out with a disadvantag compared to the less gravity challenged gentlemen - at least in my book...
post #27 of 27

Lots of nice ensembles are posted here, but to me TTO and Tirailleur stand out.

 

However, I would never aspire to dress like them, because that requires a level of charisma that I don't have smile.gif

 

If I had to pick a role model that would be people like Vox, Manton, mafoofan, Edmorel or DocHolliday, but some of them are gone and those who aren't don't post pics anymore, so...

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