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post #3376 of 7231
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Originally Posted by linux_pro View Post
This dude is trying WAY too hard. Comes off like a wanna-be-nerd c-bag hipster, that doesn't yet realize that beards are SO 2001. Dude, seriously. Comb the food pieces out of that beaver pelt on your face, lose the goofy ugly bowtie (that blue is hideously fake), get on a stairmaster and lose the massive gut before trying to wear a cardigan under a blazer (which in itself is douchey enough to deserve a kick to the jewels) and I dunno... maybe stop trying to force your style so much. When people try this hard, it just looks fake and falls flat.

And for the love of gawd, can we please get a federal ban on hipster beards? I swear that has to be the ugliest, most hideous trend of the last two centuries. It didn't look good in the Victorian age and it definitely doesn't look good now. And good luck finding any women that will let you anywhere near them with that smelly diseased face-mop.

post #3377 of 7231
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Originally Posted by mossrockss View Post

Smoking kills
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post
I actually like Luca's look very much today

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post #3379 of 7231
Fuuma, please stop, you're being laughed at.

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I actually like Luca's look very much today
Absolutely, I would wear something similar, minus the hat.
post #3380 of 7231
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post
I actually like Luca's look very much today

great pants, great shoes, great color on the scarf and sweater (although I am not a turtle neck fan), do not like the jacket.
post #3381 of 7231
love the color of those suede shoos!
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Good look on Luca.
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The single biggest stumbling block for me when looking at pictures from the sartorialist is the color saturation. I appreciate that he's trying to do something artistic with the color in his photos but it makes it much more difficult for me to figure out what something actually looks like. I think Luca's photo is a good example. I really like the color on the suede boots, but I have to wonder how accurate that color is. Anyway, here is another site with more utilitarian color saturation that I think might add something to the discussion on the previous pages. http://hipsterpuppies.tumblr.com/
post #3384 of 7231
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Originally Posted by ohm View Post
I really like the color on the suede boots, but I have to wonder how accurate that color is.
I don't think it's accurate at all. Same goes for the purple sweater or the fuschia overcheck on the coat. All this is very unlikely to pop as much IRL.
post #3385 of 7231
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Originally Posted by Sterling Gillette View Post
Fuuma, please stop, you're being laughed at.

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Absolutely, I would wear something similar, minus the hat.

+1. I'm surprised at his color palette. He usually goes off the deep end with his color choices.
post #3386 of 7231
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Originally Posted by mossrockss View Post

Luca looks great on that one after the last car crash...

A very Italian look with the brown suede Chukkas ...Love the tones used in that combo...

Very chic and effortless ...
post #3387 of 7231
I like Luca's hat. In fact the whole outfit is good, but I think the typical loud colours would work better with a plainer jacket. But hey, it's Luca. He'd probably break into a sweat if he had to leave the house wearing a single item which didn't punch.
post #3388 of 7231
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Originally Posted by winston View Post
I like Luca's hat. In fact the whole outfit is good, but I think the typical loud colours would work better with a plainer jacket. But hey, it's Luca. He'd probably break into a sweat if he had to leave the house wearing a single item which didn't punch.

By Luca's standards , it is quite a muted colour scheme used in that combo...

I love the browns and the purple..Very warm and earthy.
post #3389 of 7231
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Originally Posted by linux_pro View Post
This dude is trying WAY too hard. Comes off like a wanna-be-nerd c-bag hipster, that doesn't yet realize that beards are SO 2001. Dude, seriously. Comb the food pieces out of that beaver pelt on your face, lose the goofy ugly bowtie (that blue is hideously fake), get on a stairmaster and lose the massive gut before trying to wear a cardigan under a blazer (which in itself is douchey enough to deserve a kick to the jewels) and I dunno... maybe stop trying to force your style so much. When people try this hard, it just looks fake and falls flat. And for the love of gawd, can we please get a federal ban on hipster beards? I swear that has to be the ugliest, most hideous trend of the last two centuries. It didn't look good in the Victorian age and it definitely doesn't look good now. And good luck finding any women that will let you anywhere near them with that smelly diseased face-mop.
Pot and kettle ...... you are trying way harder to critique him than he is trying to look a certain way. That is not to say I disagree with all (or even the majority) of your assertions, but your tone was far more vituperative than was warranted. In particular, "massive gut" is an idiot attempt at criticism based on that picture. Yeah, his cardigan rumpled a bit, he's mid-stride walking down the street!
post #3390 of 7231
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Originally Posted by linux_pro View Post
This dude is trying WAY too hard. Comes off like a wanna-be-nerd c-bag hipster, that doesn't yet realize that beards are SO 2001. Dude, seriously. Comb the food pieces out of that beaver pelt on your face, lose the goofy ugly bowtie (that blue is hideously fake), get on a stairmaster and lose the massive gut before trying to wear a cardigan under a blazer (which in itself is douchey enough to deserve a kick to the jewels) and I dunno... maybe stop trying to force your style so much. When people try this hard, it just looks fake and falls flat.

And for the love of gawd, can we please get a federal ban on hipster beards? I swear that has to be the ugliest, most hideous trend of the last two centuries. It didn't look good in the Victorian age and it definitely doesn't look good now. And good luck finding any women that will let you anywhere near them with that smelly diseased face-mop.

He is not that bad...

I quite like the all contrast between the conservative clothes and the beard...

Interesting look.
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