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post #181 of 238
Man, when suits finally fall out of style ya'lls faces are gonna be soooooo red.
post #182 of 238
They will evolve from the current canons but suits will never be out of fashion...
post #183 of 238
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They will evolve from the current canons but suits will never be out of fashion...

The great Tommy Nutter:



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post #184 of 238
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Keffiyahs.
The sole reason why I have never looked on SuFu.

+1000
I hate the way people wear scarves now.
It is NOT acceptable to wear a scarf without an overcoat.
post #185 of 238
Easy Tiger. Hate is a strong word to debate scarves..It is not the Gaza strip we're talking about.
post #186 of 238
1. Blue Dress shirts - Just gives me used-car salesman vibe.
2. Khaki Pants - Just gives me used-car salesman vibe.
3. checked shorts
4. Sandals after dark.
5. Sunglasses indoor or at night.
6. hoodies
7. Shirts with skulls, or caligraphy graphics. (affliction, ed hardy)
post #187 of 238
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+1000
I hate the way people wear scarves now.
It is NOT acceptable to wear a scarf without an overcoat.

Yeah, "summer scarf" is like "winter shorts"
post #188 of 238
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Double-bladed ties seen on The Sartorialist.

Anything seen on the Sartorialist.
post #189 of 238
Many probably disagree with me, but skinny jeans. I can't stand them. Never have I seen someone wearing skinny jeans who looks really sharp. Boat shoes would be another trend I'm not fussed about. Also, scarfes. This is partly due to the climate where I live - if I go to colder parts it's absolutelly fine. But in the tropics, scarfes are actually shunned quite seriously. Even in winter. As for hoodies, I don't mind them at all. You can get a nice hoodie. I guess this is another climate issue. Even on the coldest day of the year here you'd only be wearing a shirt and a hoodie or sweater. Nothing more.
post #190 of 238
One Shoe Wardrobe.
post #191 of 238
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One Shoe Wardrobe.

I think this is as anti fashion as it gets, but I dont buy into it as it is a LIE
post #192 of 238
Without question, tatoos.
post #193 of 238
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Without question, tatoos.
+1
post #194 of 238
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Many probably disagree with me, but skinny jeans. I can't stand them. Never have I seen someone wearing skinny jeans who looks really sharp.

Boat shoes would be another trend I'm not fussed about.

Also, scarfes. This is partly due to the climate where I live - if I go to colder parts it's absolutelly fine. But in the tropics, scarfes are actually shunned quite seriously. Even in winter.

As for hoodies, I don't mind them at all. You can get a nice hoodie. I guess this is another climate issue. Even on the coldest day of the year here you'd only be wearing a shirt and a hoodie or sweater. Nothing more.

I agree with skinny jeans for the most part. Depends how skinny we're talking. If we're talking emo-skinny or close to that, then absolutely.

I don't have a problem with slim fit though.
post #195 of 238
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Oh...
I've never bought into manbags in general, but especially messenger bags. There might be a few styles that work, (rucksacks, briefcases and dufflebags - sometimes you have to carry stuff) but for the most part having some sort of bag over your shoulder has a feminizing effect and just looks bad.

Right, let's all just stuff a lot of crap into our pockets like idiots, take to the wearing of cargo pants (vomit), or carry a briefcase at times when it would be wildly inappropriate.

I'm guessing you're just old and out of it
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