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post #3256 of 7231
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Originally Posted by pocketsquareguy View Post
I saw a guy with a brown velvet jacket that looked great. I was thinking how well you could dress it up or go casual. Velvet has a certain classic look about it, IMO.
Agreed. They are a versatile piece that can be used for different occasions. I've seen many nice looks w/ velvet jackets.
post #3257 of 7231
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Originally Posted by lasbar View Post
He had more BJ than suits.

You have to admit, they are a classic accessory. One can really never have too many.
post #3258 of 7231
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Originally Posted by ohm View Post
You have to admit, they are a classic accessory. One can really never have too many.

God bless him, if he's having many BJs in his PJs when pushing 84.
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post #3260 of 7231
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Originally Posted by lasbar View Post
He had more BJ than suits.

Hopefully, that's true of most of us. (Except Kitonbrioni.)
post #3261 of 7231
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Originally Posted by Sander View Post
Hopefully, that's true of most of us. (Except Kitonbrioni.)

Even Foo or Moo?
post #3262 of 7231
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Originally Posted by lasbar View Post
Even Foo or Moo?

Why, do you picture them together?




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post #3263 of 7231
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
Why, do you picture them together?




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The line between Love and hate is generally very blurred..

No...They will be arguing about position and methodology.
post #3264 of 7231
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Originally Posted by lasbar View Post
The line between Love and hate is generally very blurred..

No...They will be arguing about position and methodology.

According to photographs, also has a much bigger grip than Moo, which if you combine with 's self-reported feature sizing could lead to square-peg-in-round-hole syndrome.

I guess it is just as well that Moo is not with us.

He is missed.


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post #3265 of 7231
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Originally Posted by Fantastic Mr Foxx View Post
Velvet sport coats/jackets are "in" this season. I've seen a couple of guys sporting them but I must say that it takes a certain amount of flair to pull it off very well.

Velvet sportscoats are very James Andrew of What is James Wearing.

I myself prefer full velvet suits.
post #3266 of 7231
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post
There's actually a dress shirt attached in the back that makes the jacket looks longer + the cut is asymmetrical (it's supposed to look this rumpled and odd fitting). As for Mr. Barbera's look and the one of many people posted here, both members and admired Pitti-fodder, here's an Ebert quote from his review of the filth and the fury that sums up my opinion perfectly. "To see this film's footage from the '70s is to see the beginning of much of pop and fashion iconography for the next two decades. After the premiere of "The Filth and the Fury" at Sundance, I ran into Temple, who observed, "In the scenes where they're being interviewed on television, they look normal. It's the interviewers who look like freaks." Normal, no. But in torn black T-shirts and punk haircuts, they look contemporary, unlike the dated, polyestered, wide-lapeled and blow-dried creatures interviewing them."
I love interviews like those--those "creatures" inevitably look prematurely old, with a fine film of sweat on their made-up faces and there's usually copious amounts of smoking. It's vaguely grotesque in that Diane Arbus sort of way.
post #3267 of 7231
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Originally Posted by LabelKing View Post
I myself prefer full velvet suits.
Including velvet lining?
post #3268 of 7231
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
According to photographs, also has a much bigger grip than Moo

Kung Foo grip?
post #3269 of 7231
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Originally Posted by DocHolliday View Post
Kung Foo grip?

Anything is stronger than the grip of the football players in the Coleco game.




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post #3270 of 7231

You realize that you are going to get older one day too, right?

ps: your avatar is *very* disturbing.
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