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Has SF changed the way you watch TV?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by MadAboutPlaid, Jun 23, 2011.

  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?
     
  2. __PG__

    __PG__ Senior member

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

    KObalto Senior member

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    Nope, none of us. You pay attention to the way men dress? On a mens clothing forum? Very strange. [​IMG]
     
  4. JubeiSpiegel

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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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    index1489 Well-Known Member

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    yep ever since I registered lol
     
  6. glenjay

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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".
     
  7. SpooPoker

    SpooPoker Internet Bigtimer and Most Popular Man on Campus Dubiously Honored Affiliate Vendor

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    Thanks to SF, TV no longer exists.
     
  8. Patek

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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.
     
  9. jawzzy

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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.
     
  10. JGloger

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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."
     
  11. JG000

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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.
     
  12. Master-Classter

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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]
     
  14. lenahan

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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.
     
  15. linds_15

    linds_15 Senior member

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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
     
  16. jawzzy

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    I did that before SF, but now I have even more things about which to criticize others.

    Yeah...actually that applies to me too.
     
  17. Sonny58

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    No, I think I am pretty unaffected by SF.

    oy don't even get me started on the news anchors!

    Yeah, what's up with Lester Holt's collars? The topmost buttoning point (just above his tie knot) has been doing this weird cross-over thing lately?
     
  18. facet

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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?

    Since going on SF, I don't just critique people on TV shows, I critique anybody I see in a suit.
     
  19. Patek

    Patek Senior member

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    My girlfriend says that I have made her "gay" as now she critiques everyone's clothes and now notices bad shoes, machine made button holes, plastic buttons on shirts etc. I may have ruined her (pictured in my avatar).
     
  20. madhatter349

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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.

    Couldn't stop laughing from your post, Definitely worthy of making it to the sartorial look thread.
     

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