There are bits and pieces of those fits that I like, but as whole outfits, I don't like any of them. That's not to say that I don't find them stylish or hip, or whatever, they're just not my thing. I like the format of the site, and feel that it's helpful to see what others are doing with their styles.
If I can enter rant mode for a moment...
For those who keep pointing out that this is a classic menswear forum:
This whole question reminds me of the debate over what constitutes Classic Rock these days. A few years ago, our local Classic Rock station (KFOX) started playing "Instant Classics", and made my whole generation feel instantly old because they were playing songs from when we were in high school (mostly iconic grunge songs from Pearl Jam, Nirvana, STP, etc.). Well, guess what, those songs are 20+ years old now! When I was in high school, the classic rock station was playing a lot of songs from the late 70s/early 80s, which at the time was roughly 15 years prior. I guess it's proper!
Edited to add: I'm sure there are plenty of KFOX fans who don't want to hear "that obnoxious new shit"!
Where I'm going with this is... There are a lot of versions of Classic Menswear: there's classic menswear in the sense that most of you mean it, which I would describe as 1950s/60s New York City ad industry (Mad Men); there's classic menswear in the sense of James Dean and early Marlon Brando (jeans, boots, t-shirts); there's classic menswear in the sense of Elvis Presley in Blue Hawaii; there's classic menswear in the sense of 1890's lumberjack; and on and on.
This is not a "fashion forward" StyleForum, it's classic menswear. If you want to narrowly define classic menswear, feel free to do so, but don't trash what other people consider classic menswear looks. I originally came here to learn about classic menswear and believe me, I've learned a ton. I've seen the best and worst of humanity online within the confines of this thread.
I will add the following on the subject. Coming on here and fighting people over what they choose to wear is stupid. There are polite ways of saying that you don't like something and there are arrogant and condescending ways of doing it. Choose the former, please! I like the banter and good natured ribbing that goes on here, and I thank everyone here (except for one person) for their contributions to this thread and the community of StyleForum.
I'm working on my asshole side, hopefully others are too...