Has SF changed the way you watch TV?

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  1. MadAboutPlaid

    MadAboutPlaid Senior member

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    I'm sitting here watching the NBA draft and I can't help but look at the fit of everyone's shoulders, the width of their lapels, how their tie is tied, etc.

    I do it with the news or any other show where people are wearing suits.

    Anyone else?
     
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    __PG__ Senior member

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    SF has changed the way I look at the world.
     
  3. KObalto

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    Nope, none of us. You pay attention to the way men dress? On a mens clothing forum? Very strange. [​IMG]
     
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    I think I began my sartorial journey because of my love of Burn Notice, Michael Weston always looked slick to me. Now I can't stand that he never has properly fit sleeves, tapering, no tie or pocket square, etc. Haha, that's how it goes i guess.
     
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    yep ever since I registered lol
     
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    I now play pocket square bingo with my wife while watching TV. Everytime either of us sees someone wearing a pocket square we yell out "Pocket Square".
     
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    Thanks to SF, TV no longer exists.
     
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    I used to watch TV in the nude. Now I watch TV in the nude with my bespoke G&Gs on and a pocket square cleanly tucked between the meat and potatoes.
     
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    I used to watch TV in the nude. Now I watch TV in the nude with my bespoke G&Gs on and a pocket square cleanly tucked between the meat and potatoes.
    [​IMG] Now I just criticize everyone I see.
     
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    I think I began my sartorial journey because of my love of Burn Notice, Michael Weston always looked slick to me. Now I can't stand that he never has properly fit sleeves, tapering, no tie or pocket square, etc. Haha, that's how it goes i guess.

    There are so many people that I used to think dressed well. After submerging myself in the world of SF, I realize how little I knew before. Most of my previous 'style idols' are above average but still lacking in plenty of ways.

    I definitely feel more judgmental. I've always been a people watcher, but now I can't help but think to myself "that guy's shirt is way too big" or "those shoes are horrendous."
     
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    I'm sitting here watching the NBA draft and I can't help but look at the fit of everyone's shoulders, the width of their lapels, how their tie is tied, etc. I do it with the news or any other show where people are wearing suits. Anyone else?
    I find myself doing the exact same thing. FWIW, the draftees were dressed pretty well last night.
     
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    oy don't even get me started on the news anchors!
     
  13. Achilles_

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    I think I began my sartorial journey because of my love of Burn Notice, Michael Weston always looked slick to me. Now I can't stand that he never has properly fit sleeves, tapering, no tie or pocket square, etc. Haha, that's how it goes i guess.

    I like his casual look overall though. I would probably rock something similar if I was in super hot Miami [​IMG]
     
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    [​IMG]

    Now I just criticize everyone I see.


    I did that before SF, but now I have even more things about which to criticize others.
     
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    notcied the same with when i watched the draft last night too, also when i watch the office i started looking at steve carrels outfits
     

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