Different strokes

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Classic, Jul 13, 2004.

  1. Classic

    Classic Senior member

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    Today I saw the following combinations on men;
    - black tux jacket with notch lapels, white wing tip shirt, no tie, jeans and sneakers.
    - brown DB blazer, green shirt and pants, sandles and no socks.
    - bluejean jacket, red t-shirt, white jeans and black dress shoes.
    Had I seen this on young kids, that would be one thing, but these were men who appeared to be in their mid to late thirties and were in an office building.
    Where are the fashion police when you need them?
    Just my opinion, of course.

    Classic
     
  2. bslo

    bslo Senior member

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    Jeez, where do you live? I thought D.C. was bad, but now I'm beginning to realize that there is much, much worse. I guess watching all of the atrociously attired tourists should have clued me in [​IMG]
     
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    Classic, Put the bottle of pills on the floor and step away with your hands up. You've had enough drugs for today. [​IMG]
     
  4. Classic

    Classic Senior member

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    This visual display was in the so called financial district of Toronto, an area where one would think that people would pay some attention to what they wear.
    I kept looking for a film crew, thinking that perhaps this was one of those "hidden cameras" type deals.
    Quill, if only it was the case, but one could hardly be blamed for taking "medication" after such a sight.

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