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post #16 of 88
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Originally Posted by FidelCashflow View Post
That's a big plus here... see other threads on celebrities who are on the cutting edge of style.



What brand is his suit? Surely you're not just assuming he picked "the wrong" brand.


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Just as an aside, there seems to be alot of hate in general directed at how celebrities and how they dress with the assumption they're all dumb-asses. Are there any celebrities you regard as well-dressed?

no, I wasn't trying to suggest he picked the "wrong" brand or anything of that sort, nor do I know the brand he is wearing. I'd merely assuming that the man is wearing a nice suit (as it looks like it is) and that is was most likely expensive. All I was suggesting is that for that money, I'm sure I could put together a suit that is stylish with more "flavor" instead of monochromatic and safe, not that here is anything wrong with that.
post #17 of 88
Was he part of the Burberry runway show or did Christopher Bailey give him that suit after the show? Could be why the sleeves and leg are off.
post #18 of 88
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Originally Posted by LabelKing View Post
I don't care for the tiepin.


+1

I also don't like the shoes, the long sleeves, the grooming. etc.
post #19 of 88
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Originally Posted by TCN View Post
+1

I also don't like the shoes, the long sleeves, the grooming. etc.

+1. I also don't like the tie pin with the rest of the look.
post #20 of 88
Gentlemen do not wear headgear indoors.
post #21 of 88
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Originally Posted by yfyf View Post
+1 What's the big deal here? Jacket is mediocre, sleeves too long, trousers are a mess, collar is off.

Don't forget the ticket pocket, which would look great on a single breasted jacket with a notch lapel as well as on a double breasted jacket with a peak lapel but looks awful on a single breasted jacket with a peak lapel.
post #22 of 88
I like monochromatic combinations. Your attention is diverted to the quality of the fabric and fit more so than with a lot of colour. It does mean you need to get your trousers & sleeves right, though!
post #23 of 88
I think he looks awesome, but that's just my style. Ya the sleeves and the pants need to be brought up but otherwise I'm diggin it. What kind of shoes are those? I love those longer "clown shoes" seriously.
post #24 of 88
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Originally Posted by Tarmac View Post
collar is too big. ugly bluchers


There is NO way you can rationally comment on those shoes from that photo...... other than they are black or very dark brownn


So, if black/dark brown = ugly!!!!!........ I despair


Regards,

Graham
post #25 of 88
Damn that outfit is fucked up. Jacket sleeves are too long, pants are too long, collar is too big, horrible shoes, dumb tie pin, not so cool tie. Poor effort. Let him die. Please.
post #26 of 88
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Originally Posted by plotter View Post
Damn that outfit is fucked up.

Jacket sleeves are too long, pants are too long, collar is too big, horrible shoes, dumb tie pin, not so cool tie.

Poor effort.

Let him die. Please.

post #27 of 88
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Originally Posted by plotter View Post

Let him die. Please.

post #28 of 88
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post #29 of 88
Ouch...
post #30 of 88
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Originally Posted by Christofuh View Post


Mr. Hamilton should find a new tailor. Those trousers are much too long unless that is a poor attempt to cover his hideous Kenneth Cole slip-on shoes.

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