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post #16 of 26
Regarding V-neck versus crew, I have to defer to indifference as to an opinion regarding preference of either style. I have cashmere sweaters with both types of openings and depending how I pair the sweater with the rest of my clothing and the situation determine which one I will use. I will admit though, that when it comes to American (very) conservative circles, crewnecks seem to be the standard, whilst v-necks are seldom seen (in my experience). Jon.
post #17 of 26
I believe Mr.Bill Gates always wears a type of silk/wool sweater with a shirt. And Woody Allen has the tendency to don a sweater with some type of button down shirt if I recall.
post #18 of 26
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Originally Posted by zjpj,10 Oct. 2004, 10:17
Edit: Also, forgot to add - I never liked the look of wearing wool or cashmere collared sweaters over a collared shirt.  Two collars laying on top of each other never did it for me.  but, it has grown on me, and I wore one the other day like this.   Again, I think this look looks best with a button down underneath.
I've worn this look on a number of occasions, and can be properly pulled off. I have also tried it with a tie and looked decently dressed, even though I was sans jacket. Jon.
carlo has posted a pic of just this look, sortof recently. dunno what to search for though.
http://www.styleforum.net/cgi-bin....4;st=20 JJF
post #19 of 26
No sir, I don't like it. I don't think it's particularly 'wrong', but it looks overdone somehow.
post #20 of 26
from the For What It's Worth department:
post #21 of 26
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from the For What It's Worth department:
He looks like a St Bernard. Whats underneath his chin? Or is that the roll of the turtle neck? JJF
post #22 of 26
dunno. maybe it's an ascot.
post #23 of 26
i am mesmerized by your avatar CTGuy... ...... anyway, i guess we can point to the 'ascot' picture as one instance where mr grant is not representing the most timeless of styles. /andrew
post #24 of 26
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i am mesmerized by your avatar CTGuy...
That is one amazing avatar.
post #25 of 26
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i am mesmerized by your avatar CTGuy... ...... anyway, i guess we can point to the 'ascot' picture as one instance where mr grant is not representing the most timeless of styles. /andrew
I'm disgusted with his avatar, I guess to each his own... Jon.
post #26 of 26
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(faustian bargain @ 13 Oct. 2004, 5:15) i am mesmerized by your avatar CTGuy... ...... anyway, i guess we can point to the 'ascot' picture as one instance where mr grant is not representing the most timeless of styles. /andrew
I'm disgusted with his avatar, I guess to each his own... Jon.
different strokes for different folks.
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