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post #3391 of 7231
Luca really likes to use all the Crayons in the box doesn't he? With access to so many beautiful colors and fabric combinations I admire him taking advantage of it all even if some of these looks are beyond my comfort zone.

It reminds me of a great artist I used to work with in the 70's and 80's. He loved combining and mixing patterns and colors in his work, almost as a challenge, to see how far he could take it and pull it off. There is a real art to combining patterns and colors that only comes from having a keen color sense and an understanding of scale. Without it, you get train wrecks.
post #3392 of 7231
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Originally Posted by pocketsquareguy View Post
Luca really likes to use all the Crayons in the box doesn't he? With access to so many beautiful colors and fabric combinations I admire him taking advantage of it all even if some of these looks are beyond my comfort zone.

It reminds me of a great artist I used to work with in the 70's and 80's. He loved combining and mixing patterns and colors in his work, almost as a challenge, to see how far he could take it and pull it off. There is a real art to combining patterns and colors that only comes from having a keen color sense and an understanding of scale. Without it, you get train wrecks.

It might be an interesting general observation abou tthe guy but it just doesn't apply here at all. He's using essentially three colors here.
post #3393 of 7231
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Originally Posted by mossrockss View Post

i like this... except for the elbow patches (naff).
post #3394 of 7231
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Originally Posted by Gutman View Post
i like this... except for the elbow patches (naff).

Right. Loose the elbow patches, aqua socks, jewelry, packet square and scarf.
The scarf itself is tres Eurotrash. Otherwise, good combo. I wish the scion
folowed his father's example more. Luca is becoming something of a cartoon
character.
post #3395 of 7231
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post
Looks like it might be McQueen.
RIP mr. mcqueen
post #3396 of 7231
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Originally Posted by comrade View Post
Right. Loose the elbow patches, aqua socks, jewelry, packet square and scarf.
The scarf itself is tres Eurotrash. Otherwise, good combo. I wish the scion
folowed his father's example more. Luca is becoming something of a cartoon
character.

Have to wonder what his father thinks.
post #3397 of 7231
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Originally Posted by comrade View Post
...tres Eurotrash.

That's a phrase that brings back memories.


- B
post #3398 of 7231
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Originally Posted by comrade View Post
Loose the elbow patches
They'll catch 'em and rip them to shreds, master.
post #3399 of 7231
A scarf is "Eurotrash"? What a ridiculous comment
post #3400 of 7231
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Originally Posted by linux_pro View Post
And good luck finding any women that will let you anywhere near them with that smelly diseased face-mop.

It's been years since I wore any sort of beard, but I can assure you that you're way off on this point.
post #3401 of 7231
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post




- B
Was this a play-at-home date for you?
post #3402 of 7231
Thread Starter 
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This would've worked so much better if the pieces of paper were discarded music sheets.
post #3403 of 7231
Don't drink, don't smoke, what do you do?
post #3404 of 7231
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
That's a phrase that brings back memories.


- B

Sold my plasma in Amsterdam.
Spent it all in a night,
buying drinks at the Melk Weg
for a soldier in drag.
And I'll search the world over
for my angel in black.
Yeah, I'll search the world over
for a Eurotrash Girl
post #3405 of 7231
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post
A scarf is "Eurotrash"? What a ridiculous comment
+1
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