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"Wolf of Wallstreet" Style

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They nailed the douchebag 90s Wall Street look. (bit loafers, contrast collars, oversize suits)

Geometric ties.

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Is it just me, or are the actresses in this movie unusually attractive?







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Is it just me, or are the actresses in this movie unusually attractive?







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No not just you. they are attractive.
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Leo's dating the last one. Lucky guy...

In other news, Scabal provided the suit fabrics, so you can make a m2m suit. I was quoted 2k from Samuelsohn for one of the Wolf of Wall Street fabrics.
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A) That was a terrible trailer. They really did a god awful job with that.

 

B) I'm guessing that the geometric print tie of this decade is shantung, raw silk, and other slubby ties. Which is a shame, because they are fantastic.

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A) That was a terrible trailer. They really did a god awful job with that.

Catchy song though. The October trailers will probably have a better narrative form.

Real Wolf seems like a real asshole. DiCaprio makes the character likeable

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