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@An Acute Style except for the wardrobe part, was it a 'good' movie? I have quite high expectations for this, seeing as I love the 007-gadgety all decked out spies movies.
It was a perfectly fine movie. Nothing amazing, but it had a logical and consistent plot that moved at a good pace and was interjected with a good amount of humor. It's not nearly as serious as a Bond movie.
Here's the big question: is it possible to wear a red blazer "in good taste"? If yes, how? I thought your comments would be along those lines when you mentioned different colors. If the answer is no, then ok. Just ignore my outfit when I wear it. For what it's worth, I appreciate your commentary on my outfits. I haven't spent much time in the good taste thread. I gladly admit to having much to learn. In the end though style is a choice. I've learned a lot about different styles here on SF, but I can't adopt them all. I don't think there is a single aesthetic that everyone should be aiming for, but I do want to at least learn so I can have the option.
It depends on the shade of red, in my opinion. Bright colors are tough to pull off in "good taste". Bellow are some picture of Mark Cho, which, in mi opinion, has worn a red blazer in good taste. It looks so good to me that I actually almost fooled myself into commissioning one, in spite of having a lot of traditional shades in different materials to catch up with Mark.