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post #61 of 7220
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Originally Posted by CDFS View Post
It's dificult to wear so many colours, and make it work. He pulled it of, IMO.

God, this looks like a sartorial Jackson Pollock. It's eye-burning.
post #62 of 7220
Call it boring if you want, but that dude looks genuine. I doubt he woke up in the morning and thought he'd dress up for the Sartorialist. It's refreshingly free of the try-hard. something I can't say for Luca's combo.
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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post
I think a darker hat would look nicer, too:
Now your just talking crazy. The hat's the best part. No need to go all matchy matchy.
post #63 of 7220
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Originally Posted by DocHolliday View Post
Now your just talking crazy. The hat's the best part. No need to go all matchy matchy.

Are you kidding? It was too matchy-matchy before. Now there's some more contrast with the coat.
post #64 of 7220
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Originally Posted by spectre View Post
God, this looks like a sartorial Jackson Pollock. It's eye-burning.

I've never seen a Jackson Pollock IRL, but I'm betting I would like that as well
post #65 of 7220
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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post
Are you kidding? It was too matchy-matchy before. Now there's some more contrast with the coat.

This may be a monitor issue. On mine, the hat is a totally different shade than everything else he's wearing. It's a rich, warm brown, while the coat is a lighter, cooler shade. Your revised pic makes the hat much, much closer to the color of his trou.
post #66 of 7220
[quote=DocHolliday;1691311]This may be a monitor issue. On mine, the hat is a totally different shade than everything else he's wearing. It's a rich, warm brown, while the coat is a lighter, cooler shade. Your revised pic makes the hat much, much closer to the color of his shoes.QUOTE]

I'd agree with the fixed version.
post #67 of 7220
FWIW, I much prefer the higher contrast faffoofed version to the original nuanced one.
post #68 of 7220
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Originally Posted by whacked View Post
I'd agree with the fixed version.
Yeah, this is right, now that I look at it again.
post #69 of 7220
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Originally Posted by emmanuel View Post
Forum members are not pro models and some still manage to put together great outfits. Age has nothing to do with looking good.

No, but many members are modeling their clothing here, whether professionally or not, and that is apparent. This gentleman appears totally comfortable with who he is; the clothes look lived in in a way that seems an extension of himself. It is a simple, confident look and I like it. One needn't be a peacock, nor a runway model to appear well-dressed.
post #70 of 7220
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Originally Posted by DocHolliday View Post
This may be a monitor issue. On mine, the hat is a totally different shade than everything else he's wearing. It's a rich, warm brown, while the coat is a lighter, cooler shade. Your revised pic makes the hat much, much closer to the color of his trou.

+1
post #71 of 7220
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Originally Posted by AJL View Post
No, but many members are modeling their clothing here, whether professionally or not, and that is apparent. This gentleman appears totally comfortable with who he is; the clothes look lived in in a way that seems an extension of himself. It is a simple, confident look and I like it. One needn't be a peacock, nor a runway model to appear well-dressed.

This is a good explanation of what I was trying to get at. I dig that his clothes look worn-in.
post #72 of 7220
More calling shots from the stands:



I happen to hate purple myself. So I de-purpled Luca here by making his scarf a dark red and his gloves more blue-blue. I muted the blue in the tie and increased the contrast. The hat is darker. I'm supposing a lot of you guys will find this too match-matchy.
post #73 of 7220
Can you imagine what these guys would think if they knew that a bunch of strangers were Photoshopping the colors of their outfits and then re-posting them on a message board?
post #74 of 7220
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Originally Posted by spertia View Post
Can you imagine what these guys would think if they knew that a bunch of strangers were Photoshopping the colors of their outfits and then re-posting them on a message board?

And calling them with their first names as if they are best friends...

All sounds very 'One Hour Photo' to me.
post #75 of 7220
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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post
More calling shots from the stands:



I happen to hate purple myself. So I de-purpled Luca here by making his scarf a dark red and his gloves more blue-blue. I muted the blue in the tie and increased the contrast. The hat is darker. I'm supposing a lot of you guys will find this too match-matchy.

That faffooffing is FAIL. Original was better, especially the purple scarf
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