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post #31 of 101
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I also would never let Scott take my picture.

Just out of curiosity, why is that?
post #32 of 101
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This guy is great too. Has anybody actually seen pants this short on a person in the real world? I know that I have not.

Is that a banana in his pocket or is he very happy to see Scott?
post #33 of 101
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Thoughts on this latest suit posted by the Sartorialist as the ultimate in good style? His sycophants are lapping it up.



The shirt collar is sooooo wrong. I like slim close but he looks like a 5 pound sausage in a 3 pound casing. Is that mooseknuckle he's sporting??? The pants, both in tightness and shortness, are just retarded and I like slim pants.

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This guy is great too.


Has anybody actually seen pants this short on a person in the real world? I know that I have not.

Once on 5th Ave. Full suit, short pants, loafers. Looked like a fashion poseur trying so, so hard to be cool. The fact that it was barely 60 degrees just made it that much worse.

When you try as hard as these two guys obviously have, there is no elegance, ease or nonchalance. There is a lot of "LOOK AT ME!!!!!"
post #34 of 101
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Just out of curiosity, why is that?

D-bag
post #35 of 101
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D-bag
me, him or both ?
post #36 of 101
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me, him or both ?

I vote for both, in case you were wondering.
post #37 of 101
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D-bag
Not really surprising.
post #38 of 101
The man has clearly fallen in love with his own press clippings. The Milanese barbers are like stills from a Fellini wannabe. Next please.
post #39 of 101
Here are some of the outlandish comments:

That glenn plaid linen is just amazing!

I can't think of a word to properly describe how great he looks so I'll just go with WOW!


Brilliant Scott! Defiantly one of my favorite shots....
post #40 of 101
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The man has clearly fallen in love with his own press clippings. The Milanese barbers are like stills from a Fellini wannabe.

Next please.

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Edited by voxsartoria - 7/27/11 at 9:05am
post #42 of 101
Seriously, I bet his balls hurt.
post #43 of 101
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Is that Jeff Garcia?
post #44 of 101
I don't think the Sartorialist blog is that bad. I definitely look at it once in a while. At least he promotes people who care about their appearance, even if we might not always appreciate the style. In any case, I think you guys are being too hard on him (people must know him personally, because I haven't detected any attitude from the site). He's shot quite a bit of Italian fashion that looked pretty good (remember, he has to work with what's out on the streets). And the women are often very attractive.
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Seriously, I bet his balls hurt.

I concur. I had an alteration go bad and tight pants or too low a rise can be really uncomfortable.
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