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Pet hates

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by rmanoj, Mar 23, 2011.

  1. archetypal_yuppie

    archetypal_yuppie Well-Known Member

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    Hipsters.

    Hipsters hipsters hipsters.

    I hate hipsters.
     
  2. SpooPoker

    SpooPoker Well-Known Member

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  3. lovelux2010

    lovelux2010 Well-Known Member

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    hmm few more..
    i'm sadly enjoying this thread..
    - diver watches or any technical watch with dress clothes, a bespoke suit needs a dress watch on leather
    - totally agree with suits and boots..unless you have some kind of texan oil money thing going on
    - those oakley sunglasses men around 30-50ish have had for many years, are sporty, and seem to be worn with everything - look horrible
    - cheap unbrellas with otherwise decent dress clothing
    - tight fitting t-shirts trying to show off muscles - always look horrible
    - the wrong type of shirt with casual or dress attire (eg spread collar and french cuffs with jeans)
    - stripey dress shirts and jeans with black shoes (typical "clubbing" outfit in many suburbs or small cities of hte world) - best avoid those types of places
    - overly calculated coordinating..matchy matchy shirt/pocket square/tie/etc ...looks contrived
    - "tv" ps fold
    - superdry
    - logos on ties..gucci, burberry etc

    could go on forever really
     
  4. NORE

    NORE Well-Known Member

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    hmm few more.. i'm sadly enjoying this thread.. - diver watches or any technical watch with dress clothes, a bespoke suit needs a dress watch on leather - totally agree with suits and boots..unless you have some kind of texan oil money thing going on - those oakley sunglasses men around 30-50ish have had for many years, are sporty, and seem to be worn with everything - look horrible - cheap unbrellas with otherwise decent dress clothing - tight fitting t-shirts trying to show off muscles - always look horrible - the wrong type of shirt with casual or dress attire (eg spread collar and french cuffs with jeans) - stripey dress shirts and jeans with black shoes (typical "clubbing" outfit in many suburbs or small cities of hte world) - best avoid those types of places - overly calculated coordinating..matchy matchy shirt/pocket square/tie/etc ...looks contrived - "tv" ps fold - superdry - logos on ties..gucci, burberry etc could go on forever really
    I do matchy matchy sometimes, not because it matches per se but because the items were purchased separately without thinking of another item and when I got ready to wear stuff it just worked. Eg: I never buy a shirt with a tie to match.
     
  5. Artking3

    Artking3 Well-Known Member

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    Silly threads like this which have no useful purpose whatever.

    +1
     
  6. bringusingoodale

    bringusingoodale Well-Known Member

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    Every time these type of threads appear, I think we MC 'ers can come off as bit peevish. But I know no one is like this in the real life [​IMG]

    I don't mind wearing spread collars without ties. I think I am getting used to it, though due to forced circumstances. I don't want to spend on new shirts with a button down collar or regular when I have good spring ready shirts with a spread collar.
     
  7. TimH

    TimH Well-Known Member

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    Range Rovers (Chelsea tractors)
    Superdry - overdone too soon and too quickly now too common to be seen in here in the UK - big shame as they made some good lookng nice quality kit - once.
     
  8. lasbar

    lasbar Well-Known Member

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    Range Rovers (Chelsea tractors)
    Superdry - overdone too soon and too quickly now too common to be seen in here in the UK - big shame as they made some good lookng nice quality kit - once.


    Range rovers....

    All these twa.s in London driving these massive Range Rovers....AHHHHHHH
     

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