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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
Definitely too big and too long, the proportions look all wrong.
Agreed. SB and Titsworth, if you're so eager to bust on Achillus, at least do so by discussing his clothes. These unprovoked personal attacks make you seem petty, and you're both better than that.
You look like a good candidate for a taller shirt collar. In the future, take pics from a lower camera angle so we can better judge the length of your jacket and your overall silhouette. This particular outfit is too CBD for the loafers. Swap 'em out for a pair of lace-up cap toes. Also, I'm just not feelin' that haircut. Have you tried other styles?
My "I'm above this" post is better than yours.
Go to hell, peace-nick.
He's a scourge. But, I respect your contributions to this thread, so I'll play along. His jackets are consistently too small in nearly every dimension, and they do not flatter his shape. His pants are too tight, and the rolled cuff seems incongruous in this context. He seems to favor an aesthetic similar to Wale's, but doesn't pull it off, even by the standards of that look. He will certainly reject all of this criticism, probably quite rudely. Which brings me back to my first sentence...
Really like the look ian. Kudos.
Don't worry about this anymore, Threaddy.
I have now placed Achillus under my protection.
Tits and Sugar: this is my only warning.
Matinee and dinner today:
my first post on this thread, take it easy on me
Those would make great band and album names, respectively.
I see T&S as lovable moptops, traveling the world, singing songs and solving crimes.
Sounds like a Hannah-Barbara cartoon from the seventies. I'd totally watch that.
What car would you drive?
Where would we put the drum kit? Or our suit bags for that matter?
Separate names with a comma.