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post #16 of 51
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Originally Posted by Peon View Post
I like this show, we need more shows with nice clothes.
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post #17 of 51
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Originally Posted by Metlin View Post

That was atrocious.
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post #18 of 51
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Originally Posted by likeitaloud View Post
That was atrocious.
The outfits or the music?
post #19 of 51
british humor is so bad ugh
post #20 of 51
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Originally Posted by Teger View Post
british humor is so bad ugh

It takes a rare breed to truly appreciate Wodehouse.
post #21 of 51
Gossip Girl is god awful. I was forced to watch it once and wanted to blow my brains out. Wodehouse on the other hand is amazing. Different strokes, I guess.
post #22 of 51
I think some of his outfits are alright but they are loud for the sake of loudness.
post #23 of 51
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Teger View Post
it's not like he picks his own clothes out

Thats why I said chuck bass, the characters name... rather than Ed Westwick, the actors.
post #24 of 51
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Originally Posted by Lel View Post
I think some of his outfits are alright but they are loud for the sake of loudness.
while i don't think he looks the part exactly, i'd say the flashy clothes he wears match the character. and this following picture is a bit too large for the forum, but you get an idea. http://images1.fanpop.com/images/pho...7-967-1450.jpg
post #25 of 51
I've always had mixed feelings about the character's style, because I'm probably about 3 flamboyant outfits away from sartorially mind-melding with him. That said, he's generally a bit "more flounce to the ounce" to be truly great and some of those silhouettes, fabrics and colour combos hurt the eyes on occasion
post #26 of 51
Thread Starter 
I say the more gaudy the more style...
post #27 of 51
I like his style a lot, and yes, not everyone can pull it off.
post #28 of 51
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Originally Posted by likeitaloud View Post
"Friends" cast got payed a million/episode. Are you telling me in light of this a show can't afford a 1000$ pair of shoes to use in a single episode? Besides they will be sold at 3,000 after the show is done, possibly giving the show good rep as the profits can be donated to charity.

This is faulty logic.
post #29 of 51
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Originally Posted by triniboy27 View Post
This is faulty logic.

Indeed. Television production budgets are usually fairly small - there is would be no reason for a show to needlessly spend an extra $800 on a prop when a cheaper one would suffice.
post #30 of 51
I like his (the character's) style. It works well for him, and would work for anyone in his socioeconomic situation as well (with a pinch of good looks thrown into the pot). I view Chuck Bass as something like a runway show - interesting, visually-pleasing, but not at all practical for the common man.
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