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post #106 of 855
I sense it's a new trend. Perhaps I'm off base, but I expect this fall many SFers will be sporting cashmere puffy vests.
post #107 of 855
Knit ties.
post #108 of 855
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Originally Posted by LabelKing View Post
Knit ties.

You wound me, but even I have to admit, it's kinda true.

Still underrated: grenadines.
post #109 of 855
I'll add:
flat front trousers
showing cuff
functional button holes
side vents



BTW, sleeve pitch is vastly underrated.

Poor sleeve pitch can be spotted from across the road with ease.
post #110 of 855
Brunello Cucinelli.
post #111 of 855
IMHO:

- spectators
- bespoke hand stitched shirts over bespoke machine stitched shirts
post #112 of 855
I'm curious as to why Isaia is making so many lists. Tacky red labels aside, it is one of the best values out there at retail.
post #113 of 855
+1 again on Anne Hathaway
+1 knit ties

I`ll add...

must have cuffs on pants vs no cuffs
huge cuffs on pants
capri pants
understated ____________
post #114 of 855
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Originally Posted by whacked View Post
If anything, Allen Edmonds is underrated. Among many here they carry the stigma of being bulbous old men shoes, but Sator's pictorial comparison of them against EG, Vass, and the like a few months ago took care of that. Or so I thought.

^+1

Wholecuts get a lot of love from the shoe Gods. I accept that I will never understand this.
post #115 of 855
This thread should be re-titled: "Things That Some People On Styleforum Like That I Don't".
post #116 of 855
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Originally Posted by Manton View Post
This thread should be re-titled: "Things That Some People On Styleforum Like That I Don't".

post #117 of 855
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Originally Posted by padronlover View Post
anna hathaway...of all the fine ass women in the world why hype this casper looking bitch up?

We have recently learned that "ass" is the operative word. So, take back your strong language.

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Originally Posted by Fade to Black View Post
Definitely Anne Hathaway.

See above.

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Originally Posted by DocHolliday View Post
Handwork in RTW, particularly in shirts
Newness

Handwork: this still remains the only way to set in a fuller sleevehead into the shoulder. Kabbaz says so, so there.

Newness is not overrated when it comes to items subjected to the muched feared groin sweat.

And oh:

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Originally Posted by erdawe View Post

My vote: An aversion to black.

That reminds me of a thread in which I need to post today.

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Originally Posted by Tomasso View Post
I'll add:
showing cuff

Beats showing Topy.

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Originally Posted by Dragon View Post
+1 again on Anne Hathaway



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Originally Posted by Manton View Post
This thread should be re-titled: "Things That Some People On Styleforum Like That I Don't".

Quit kvetching. I am already offering a compromise on Anne Hathaway.


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post #118 of 855
Logo hate -- aka "I love Polo shirts but I refuse to wear logos since I am a total nonconformist, can someone tell me how to spend 45 minutes removing the logo without totally f*cking everything up?"
post #119 of 855
Yeah I was right in there with Anne Hathaway being overrated until I read about her, umm, posterior proclivities. At this point, I am going to consider her woefully underrated.
post #120 of 855
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Originally Posted by TheDroog View Post
Logo hate -- aka "I love Polo shirts but I refuse to wear logos since I am a total nonconformist, can someone tell me how to spend 45 minutes removing the logo without totally f*cking everything up?"

Better make that 90 minutes...




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