- Mar 10, 2006
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I have no idea where you could wear this other than socially at a club, but it is interesting.
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It's very severe. In a good way.Originally Posted by VersaceMan
----It's cool and hip, I think it could go smashing at a late night high end lounge. Other than that, it's appropriateness is seriously in question, but its hip.Originally Posted by Soph
Is this in the same sense that wearing a black suit with a silver tie and a spread color shirt as a "tuxedo" is hip?Originally Posted by Edward Appleby
How would one ever sit in that jacket? Aren't DB coats supposed to remain buttoned?Originally Posted by Cuff Link
---- No, I never said to wear a black suit with a silver tie, and "tuxedo". Sorry wrong guy.Originally Posted by Soph
My implication being that the aforeposted suit was hip in the same way that a faux tuxedo might be. That is, hip through a combination of utter ignorance of the rules (going back to the tux analogy, the black suit and long tie), a certain outre gaudiness (the silver long tie), and an affectation of formality/occaision (the spread collar.)Originally Posted by Edward Appleby
DBs should be cut so that they can remain buttoned while allowing for comfortable sitting.Originally Posted by whoopee