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post #16 of 242
sandals/flip flops with long pants
post #17 of 242
You guys have too much hate. I have to say I can't imagine hanging out with many of you for fear that I might offend your delicate sensibilities.

Personally the one thing I hate is people who don't give a shit about clothing and how they look.
post #18 of 242
- Squared toed shoes - Rubber soled dress shoes - Jeans described as "husky"... of even worse JNCO's - Dress shirts that billow out at the bottom - Polyester dress shirts and suits
post #19 of 242
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Originally Posted by onion View Post
- Jeans described as "husky"... of even worse JNCO's
Are these still around? They were the bee's knees when I was in middle/high school. JNCOs, I mean. I know "husky" jeans still exist.
post #20 of 242
Black, square-toed "dress" shoes
Pre-distressed jeans
Long shorts
post #21 of 242
Shrunken suit jackets.
post #22 of 242
-People wearing "shiny" shirts like Ed Hardy, Affliction, etc.

-Wearing knee high black socks with shorts and white sneakers. Might just be at my school, though.

-Sketchers & New balance shoes. I've just never seen an attractive pair of either.

-Plaid shorts with horizontal striped shirts that hurt my eyes.

-Those polyester drifit shirts my friend wears, because cotton irriatates his skin.
post #23 of 242
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Shrunken suit jackets.

lol, this is the only "trend" that I wholeheartedly support. Suit jackets have been too long for too long
post #24 of 242
I attended a black tie wedding at Cranbrook the other night (all the men were in tuxes). The groom and best man both wore black tuxes with black Reeboks. And they were in their late 50s.
post #25 of 242
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Originally Posted by Get Smart View Post
lol, this is the only "trend" that I wholeheartedly support. Suit jackets have been too long for too long
My hate is mostly jealousy. They work great on the short guys, but us tall folk are left out in the cold.
post #26 of 242
ed hardy, most puma, boot cut jeans, 7fam, ann d, uggs, sketchers, white baseball caps, baseball caps on any non-baseball player, bape
post #27 of 242
-the thom browne look (short jacket, short sleeves, short pants) it looks like you threw your good suit in the washing machine and you're still trying to squeeze your money's worth out of it. boo. -american apparel deep v's -excessive purple -fleece scarves -ugly superfuture-esque moonboot hightops, rick owens etc -casual shoes with a suit
post #28 of 242
I don't really hate any of these items on their own but when worn together as the "middle management business casual look combo" it makes me want to gag

Dockers, square toed shoes (double gag for square toed black loafers), baggy Ralph Lauren blue oxford cloth BD shirt. I've walked into a room where more than twenty guys of all ages were wearing this
post #29 of 242
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-Not showing cuff in a blazer/suit. It's more of a pet peeve, but I've seen many outfits there are otherwise great, except for this detail. I prefer a healthy amount of cuff, though, and I believe that it should be showing at *all* times.

-Hideous running shoes. Appropriate when you're actually running, or doing some sort of physical activity.

Amen brotha. All my friends wear horrifying basketball/running shoes constantly and the quickest way to show you have no idea how to wear a suit is to be not showing any cuff (hello to half the people who ever participated in a wedding).
post #30 of 242
Suits that are so ill fitting they look like the wearer is a kid playing dress-up from his father's closet.
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