George or Snoop

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  1. linux_pro

    linux_pro Senior member

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    Was searching for homburgs on google and came up with this. I think Snoop wears it well, although I don't know what's up with that blanket-cape he's wearing. [​IMG]
     


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    linux_pro Senior member

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    More fuel for this heated debate: [​IMG][​IMG]
     


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    j (stands for Jerk) Admin

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    HAHAH.. oh man. Both of them in the same pose was just beautiful. I don't know why I found that so funny.

    Snoop by a nizoze.

    Edit: btw, check out the all-buttons-buttoned by Costanza... minus point.
     


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    Costanza's socks also match his shoes, *not his trousers. [​IMG] Dan
     


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    One more... I had to do it. I wish, I truly do wish, I could get away with swanky threads like this: [​IMG]
     


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    StagRaven Well-Known Member

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    Maybe it's just me, but I think their clothing choices reflect their personalities, either real, or imagined by the audience. I see Jason Alexander as being very pent up and 'closed'. His affinity for dark, three-button suits reflects this, to me. Snoop's clothing choices present a more relaxed, comfortable image. Though not traditional in any sense, it assists in presenting his attitude toward life that there is nothing to worry about. It's all about attitude and personality; this is style, no matter the clothes being worn.
     


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    dah328 Senior member

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    What do you think of the high-stance 3-button jacket on Alexander? I think he'd be better served by a mid-stance 2-button jacket.

    dan
     


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    Phil Senior member

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    He is way too barrel chested and short to wear that high 3 button. He looks like a beer keg.
     


  9. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    That's the beauty of it though, if he is trying to "Constanzafy" himself in a subtle way. It's something George would do.
     


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    Roy Senior member

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    Yup me too. I would look weird in it, put somehow Snoop can just pull it off.
     


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    linux_pro Senior member

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    He is way too barrel chested and short to wear that high 3 button. He looks like a beer keg.
    That's the beauty of it though, if he is trying to "Constanzafy" himself in a subtle way. It's something George would do.
    Actually, off-camera he's generally dressed in chinos and button-downs. I had to work hard to find an image of him in a suit. Those were about the only two I could find (outside of tuxes worn to awards events).
     


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    I thought for sure you were going to refer to GHW Bush, in which case it would've been George by a mile. However, this George, whoever he is, is by no means the equal of Snoop.
     


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