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post #46 of 78
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Originally Posted by Cantabrigian View Post
For me, the collar points don't seem especially long - it's the height of the collar bad or at least how high the collar is sitting (relative to his neck) in that particular shot.

I see what you're saying. While it's definitely a little higher than Clooney's or Damon's, it doesn't seem over the edge especially if looking at the back of the neck in relation to the suit collar...1/2" showing on all 3. Maybe they were going for some kind of effect or it might just be the shot

Pitt's character always seemed to dress kind of out there in the Ocean's movies...doesn't he wear those uber-Eurotrashy pointed shoes in these films?
post #47 of 78
I think they all look quite good in that picture (Damon less so, but still fine). Frankly, I like the styles their characters have.
post #48 of 78
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Originally Posted by FLMountainMan View Post
I took a break from banging two supermodels in my million dollar mansion to look at this picture, and I must say agree with the rest of the winners on here that those guys are really lame.

lol, crushed
post #49 of 78
By the way, this is a prank. The guy in the middle is really the Duke of Windsor, accompanied by two younger relations.
post #50 of 78
I kinda like Matt Damon's short and sportcoat in that first pic...
post #51 of 78
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Originally Posted by ghulkhan View Post
^^ haahhahahaha I missed that

to the guy who posted that:
Are you fucking kidding me? Brad Pitt is a much better actor then Jude Law. Jude Law may dress better on an everyday basis but thats about it. I think Jude Law has his own style and doesnt rely on a stylist. He likes clothes and its obvious when you see the stuff he wears. No stylist is going to be puttin him in Number Nine jeans with CCP shoes. Brad Pitt doesnt really care about clothing too much. He has a stylist. Its not really his thing but when he does dress up...he does it really well. I would say probably, maybe his stylist is behind it? IDK but Jude Law doesnt have one. Thats the only thing Jude has on Brad but when they both dress up, I think Brad tends to look better cuz hes a big bigger and wears his clothing a little better....


La machine for the lot.
post #52 of 78
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Originally Posted by maxevans View Post

Clooney and Pitt cross their legs like girly-men.
post #53 of 78
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Originally Posted by montecristo#4 View Post
Clooney and Pitt cross their legs like girly-men.

Real men sit with their legs spread out cause, you know, their junk's so huge. And cause someone might think they're gay.

I'm somewhat indifferent to the pic, but I don't think they look bad. I'd be happy if more people dressed like this. The sunglasses indoors are a bit much, but hey, it's a movie.
post #54 of 78
You guys are truly ridiculous sometimes. They look FINE. In fact- I they look a million % better than the actors in most movies. Your little pet peeves are annoying and ghey. Ditto to someone else who said that if you think it is so wrong- show me a picture of what looks right (and don't put up some picture of Carey Grant-- because sorry, that shit is totally hackneyed on this board).
post #55 of 78
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Originally Posted by CTGuy View Post
You guys are truly ridiculous sometimes. They look FINE. In fact- I they look a million % better than the actors in most movies. Your little pet peeves are annoying and ghey. Ditto to someone else who said that if you think it is so wrong- show me a picture of what looks right (and don't put up some picture of Carey Grant-- because sorry, that shit is totally hackneyed on this board).

Charcoal and pale yellow don't work. Unless you're a canary in a coal mine.
post #56 of 78
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Originally Posted by johnapril View Post
Charcoal and pale yellow don't work. Unless you're a canary in a coal mine.

gotta disagree. I think charcoal and pale yellow is a great alternative to a white shirt, adds a touch of color, but not in a way that is oppressive since the yellow should have a desaturated faint colorway
post #57 of 78
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Originally Posted by Get Smart View Post
gotta disagree. I think charcoal and pale yellow is a great alternative to a white shirt, adds a touch of color, but not in a way that is oppressive since the yellow should have a desaturated faint colorway

Since you used the term desaturated, I'll let you speed by. But I'll see you at the next red light, because charcoal and pale yellow don't go together unless you're a canary in a coal mine.
post #58 of 78
Charcoal and yellow are classic together.

post #59 of 78
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Originally Posted by montecristo#4 View Post
Charcoal and yellow are classic together.


You can smell it.
post #60 of 78
Jesus Christ guys. Have some of you not even seen Ocean's 11 or 12? Keep in mind that these are COSTUMES. They are actually designed by a designer for each character to convey specific character qualities. Brad Pitt did actually work with the designer on his particular outfits, for example they wanted them to be a little bit flashy, a little bit over the top, to reflect his character. Clooneys were a little more conservative for his leadership role, and so forth.

Why the big fuss over this?
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