Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by fashionsnob, May 8, 2012.
Gene Barry R.I.P.
Hands down Barney Stinson is legen.. wait for it... wait for it.. legendary!!
New here and I had to post and throw another vote in for Finch on Person of Interest. He pulls off a very dapper look. He is definitely my favorite.
And...am I the only one that can't get behind Patrick Jane's three-piece suit sans tie??? I love the character and the show but his look always seems off to me.
BTW, I have been lurking for a while and have learned alot.
Yes, not a fan of this look either. 3piece suit without tie is like wearing dress shoes without socks.
Btw, two new pieces have been posted. One on a heavy StyleForum favorite, Harvey Specter, and the other on Jimmy Fallon. Hope you like it. If not, let me know what should be added.
Maybe he couldn't find a tie
Simon Baker needs a necktie with his three piece suits IMHO.
Yes he does. He might be a good nominee for teh upcoming "Worst Dressed Men on American Television". Who else should be on that list?
OK, just posted a thread on "The Worst Dressed TV Characters". Hoping you guys can help nominate a few poor dressers:
would not work with his character at all. to rigid.
Ron Harris from Barney Miller
Jools Siviter and Danny Hunter from Spooks/MI5
He needs to stop buttoning the bottom button on his suits.
this. and some of his PSs are a bit matchy.
will gardner does not dress to bad. corey also, not a terribly ill fitted cast.
If you'll permit a couple of UK TV characters:
Sir Francis Urquhart from House of Cards:
(and his hatchet man Stamper does a more spivvy look, which is interesting in its own way, if not as well put together. The foppish Geoffrey Booza-Pitt is also rather fun, if much more flamboyant.)
Nigel Havers as the eponymous Charmer:
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