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Friday pics - Andy Garcia - sartorialist?

NorCal_1

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sartorialist or eccentric? look closely at the details - you decide....















 

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Pretty much hit and miss, there are a few good ones but the bad ones out weight them.
 

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I, on the other hand, really like the way he dresses
 

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Originally Posted by Cary Grant
He looks comfortable in his skins, not artificial.
Works for me.


True.

Originally Posted by edmorel
He's like the spanish Alan Flusser.

Keen observation. However, he lacks the creep factor required for the full Flusser.
 

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Apart from the sacrilegious polo shirt-sports coat combo, I think it's pretty nice compared to your average American and even average American movie star with no stylist.
 

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He sure loves his camera.

I think he dresses pretty well with his own sense of comfort and style. I wish my dad dressed nearly as well.
 

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Sartorialist? Dandy, yes. All the indicators are present: the unbuttoned cuffs, the textures, the colors and the scarf, ultimate male accessory
 

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I pick up on what seems to be an element of pleasure and fun in the way he dresses, which trumps slavish adherence to rules, at least in my book.
 

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I pick up on what seems to be an element of pleasure and fun in the way he dresses, which trumps slavish adherence to rules, at least in my book.
Agreed - 100%
 

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Even though I'm not fond of any of his ensembles, the variety he displays, clearly shows a man who is interested in clothes. My vote (which is the only one which counts
) is: Sartorialist.
 

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