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post #6886 of 7230
I agree on the collar. I prefer high-collared shirt, but I think in this case his shirt collar looks a little too high.
post #6887 of 7230
The reason it's hard to tell the fit in these two pix is that while the outer coat buttons are open, the anchor button inside is still buttoned. The effect is odd. Maybe he forgot to unbutton it, and the pictures were taken impromptu.

No matter. Mr. Marzotto is photographed often by The Sartorialist and many others. As far as I have seen in a score of pix, his conservative taste is impeccable, and his fits are among the best in the world.
post #6888 of 7230
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Originally Posted by mack11211 View Post

The reason it's hard to tell the fit in these two pix is that while the outer coat buttons are open, the anchor button inside is still buttoned. The effect is odd. Maybe he forgot to unbutton it, and the pictures were taken impromptu.
No matter. Mr. Marzotto is photographed often by The Sartorialist and many others. As far as I have seen in a score of pix, his conservative taste is impeccable, and his fits are among the best in the world.

That may be so but based on the photographs before us, I still think that to "relax" a db look, you just unbutton the bottom one and leave both the middle row buttons done up.

There is nothing uglier than a db coat that is undone, it looks like a baddly packed kebab.

But yes, he is usually a very impeccably turned out man.
post #6889 of 7230
Who makes his suits? They are beautiful and they all fit identically.
post #6890 of 7230
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Originally Posted by foulard View Post

That may be so but based on the photographs before us, I still think that to "relax" a db look, you just unbutton the bottom one and leave both the middle row buttons done up.
There is nothing uglier than a db coat that is undone, it looks like a baddly packed kebab.
But yes, he is usually a very impeccably turned out man.

As Schuman notes often in interviews, a pic he posts is not a portrait of perfection, rather it shows at least one thing done very well, from which one can learn. In this case, it is the proportion of shirt and coat collar.

Re: the unbuttoned d/b: perhaps the room was warm. He is waving a fan, after all.
post #6891 of 7230
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As Schuman notes often in interviews, a pic he posts is not a portrait of perfection, rather it shows at least one thing done very well, from which one can learn. In this case, it is the proportion of shirt and coat collar.
Re: the unbuttoned d/b: perhaps the room was warm. He is waving a fan, after all.


+1 for your first sentence. But I doubt that the proportion of the shirt and coat collar is an example for a style to be emulated. Maybe for an individual style, but speaking of proportions I too think that the shirt collar is to high for his neck and draws attention away from his face.

 

post #6892 of 7230
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Re: the unbuttoned d/b: perhaps the room was warm. He is waving a fan, after all.

No excuse. I've worn a suit in the tropics and I was able to keep it buttoned.
post #6893 of 7230
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You guys are fucking ridiculous. Of all the great pictures posted of this dude, he has his jacket unbuttoned in ONE and everyone's condemning.
post #6894 of 7230
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I've never seen anyone look as if smiling caused him so much pain.
post #6895 of 7230
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Originally Posted by TRINI View Post

You guys are fucking ridiculous. Of all the great pictures posted of this dude, he has his jacket unbuttoned in ONE and everyone's condemning.


Not me!

post #6896 of 7230
What kind of sweater is Lebron wearing?

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post #6897 of 7230
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I've never seen anyone look as if smiling caused him so much pain.

Well, he may be thinking about the Italian Public Debt.

Seriously folks, I think his collar is fine. It lends a little Puritanical
rectitude to his Mediterranean insouciance. What I most appreciate,
however, is that he is not sporting that egregious watch he usually wears.
But I guess the conflict in Libya is over and that "timepiece" is no longer
required to direct drones and other ordnance at the former colony.
post #6898 of 7230
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Really???facepalm.gif

Yeah really, cause they don't care about the boundaries you want to impose on them or your opinions on aesthetic appeal. Do keep slapping your face too.
post #6899 of 7230
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Yeah really, cause they don't care about the boundaries you want to impose on them or your opinions on aesthetic appeal. Do keep slapping your face too.

Great concept but we're on a sartorial thread on Style Forum...

And also , Since when pushing the boundariesby itself a sign of sartorial good taste???
post #6900 of 7230
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Great concept but we're on a sartorial thread on Style Forum...
And also , Since when pushing the boundariesby itself a sign of sartorial good taste???

Yes we're on style forum in a sartorialist thread...I don't see a point in that first bit except your attempt to box again and whilst I agree that pushing boundaries isn't in itself an indication of good taste, it's also pretty important to emphasise that "sartorial good taste" is completely subjective. Get off your high horse and at least appreciate that your view isn't the end all.
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