Are you talking about the snark, or that this is a forum dedicated to and judged by the standards of classic men's dress within a well enough defined set of parameters to say that a printed double collar shirt with a green undershirt is ridiculous within our establish context? I don't think he's really seen much snark yet. Thus far, everyone actually seems to have tried to be rather civil and, if they were to speak out against this young man, to do so in a critical way which illustrates their opinions to at least some degree or echo the previously stated criticism of others. There is good reason for the question I pose above. Perhaps you should take some more time to understand what this forum is about and what its goals are. I am certainly one of those who believes in the power of challenging conventions, but your reference to the fashion of classic men's tailoring belies your ignorance of what these conventions are. You also mention having a conversation, and are then outraged when the others involved do not agree with your tangent and deviation from the topic. It would seem then that your purpose, rather than dialogue, is performance with the expectation of adulation. However, let's take for a moment that your true purpose is to push the boundaries of what we think of as classic men's dress. If this is the case, then to do so you must succeed at doing at it. Obviously you did not, at least as far as I'm concerned. Moreover, your pithy capitulation to posting more "approved" fits in the future would seem counter to the persona you wish to present via the quotation in your signature. Rebellion for the sake of rebellion is equally boring to conformity and simply because you wish to be seen as new and daring does not mean that you will accomplish your goal. You have posted things which would seem to more capably achieve this, which is probably partly why the response to you has been reasonably well measured, even if you seem to have taken it as an a front. Trust me when I say though that this ain't nothin'. To be sure, I would like to see you continue to post, however you should really figure out why you are doing so. If it is to fly in the face of what you see as an established facism or to be praised with adulation whatever you do, perhaps you would find more success with your own tumblr, or even in the SW&D subforum instead of this one. If your intent is to be considered well dressed and win the adulation of a community whose aesthetic standards are based upon the tennants of classic men's dress, then perhaps you should accept that this will not come immediately, that you may in fact not succeed at everything you do, and that you may not quite be where you want to be yet.