Conor McGregor's Vulgar 'F*** You' Suit

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Michael_Suede, Jul 13, 2017.

  1. Michael_Suede

    Michael_Suede New Member

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    GQ came out with an article about McGregor's suit the other day, saying that the suit, "is perhaps 2017’s dumbest style moment so far, almost as dumb as his decision to fight Floyd "Money" Mayweather."

    http://www.gq-magazine.co.uk/article/suits-fashion-style

    I think it's sheer genius, on both counts.

    In fact I really don't follow men's fashion at all, but the suit was so unique it caused me to start digging in a little deeper. I'd like to hear what you all have to say about it.
     


  2. h3ro

    h3ro Senior member

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    I didn't really have any issue with it at all. It suits his 'wrestling character' persona. I think most here will have more issue with the spandex-like fit of the suit than anything else.

    The act of having names/sayings in stripes is one I have seen previously by politicians, such as Narendra Modi, PM of India.

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  3. Michael_Suede

    Michael_Suede New Member

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    Jeez. I think using your name as pin striping is more egocentric than the F You on Conor's suit hahaha.
     


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    7_rocket Senior member

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    The decision to fight floyd is genius. He will have a loss on his record but not in the bank. Dude is gonna get paid stupid amount's of money. GQ is retarded for that statement.

    As for the suit, I don't have an opinion.
     


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    Romeomikehotel Well-Known Member

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    I'd love to own the suit but I can't think of any situation that would allow for wearing it. I love it though.

    It was perfect for the situation.
     


  8. Michael_Suede

    Michael_Suede New Member

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    yeah, that's exactly how I feel about it too.
     


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    Lol
     


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    lexxdeleon Senior member

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    A CEO I used to work for has commissioned the same tailor in past, who happens to be local to me in Costa Mesa, CA. He's responsible for a few of Robert Downey's suits in the Iron Man movies and Michael Strahan's suits as well. I think the suit fits Conor's personality although the fit was obviously terrible but current with trends.

    https://davidaugustinc.com/
     


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