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Is this style suitable for 30 years old men who wants to look like fun.

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by hermes man, Jan 22, 2011.

  1. lasbar

    lasbar Senior member

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    Lol!

    That's the thing about us Asians though...

    Hard to tell how old we really are.

    I'm knocking on the door of the dreaded 40, but many still believe I'm in my early 30s; of course, they might really be saying - Grow Up Fool! - but what the heck, I'll just live in denial and take it as a compliment. [​IMG]

    Can't really hate the guy, mate.

    In fact, I feel just a little sorry for the wee lil' sap. And before we go too far, OP hasn't quite defined what 'Young' means to him.

    21? 22? 19? 13?

    First two are acceptable if he's really 24.

    Option 3 is bordering on creepy, not because of the age gap, but the difference in maturity level.

    Option 4 is plain creepy. Full stop. The end. [​IMG]

    ZG out




    At 24, he must not be obsessed with Bieber's style and lack of substance...

    The desire to copy Bieber's style is borderline insane at best if you're over 16..
     
  2. ZengaGent

    ZengaGent Senior member

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    At 24, he must not be obsessed with Bieber's style and lack of substance...

    The desire to copy Bieber's style is borderline insane at best if you're over 16..


    QFT. [​IMG]

    Like I said; young and dumb.

    But that's why forums like SF are helpful; how else do you learn what's no longer taught to us men, i.e. the Art of Classic Style?
     
  3. gio3969

    gio3969 Well-Known Member

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    There is no excuse for his awful taste. he should be derided until he stops being a Douche.
     
  4. KenRose

    KenRose Senior member

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    Bitches aint shit
    [​IMG]
     
  5. Fraiche

    Fraiche Senior member

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    How is this guy blowing top dollar on brand names to look like he came from the 70s?
     
  6. oaw01

    oaw01 Senior member

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    Fuck that - it's all good, OP. I'm hitting late 30s and I rawk Abercrombie and bang college freshmen bitches.
     
  7. ljrcustom

    ljrcustom Senior member

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    He's 24

    Then why is he asking about style that is suitable for a 30 year old man?

    -LR
     
  8. B|aze

    B|aze Senior member

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    Then why is he asking about style that is suitable for a 30 year old man?

    -LR


    How should I know?
    Why is asking about style on this forum, when he clearly doesn't tend to follow any advice given?
     
  9. Anthony K

    Anthony K Senior member

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    [​IMG] This post (and the other one asking about Hermes shoes) are quite possibly the funniest stuff I've come across on here.

    "more young girl friendly" - wow - I think you'll be getting a visit from Chris Hansen of To Catch a Predator...

    Too late.

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  10. Pennglock

    Pennglock Senior member

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    Woah, this guy is kick ass.

    Hermes Man, fuck the haters!

    It's also funny that his look and fits are legit better than 90% of WAYWT.
     
  11. TheDarkKnight

    TheDarkKnight Senior member

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    Hermes Man, if all 200 of your posts and your blog are part of an intricately planned and executed joke, then it might be one of the best ever on t'interweb.


    This made me lolz
     
  12. oaw01

    oaw01 Senior member

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    Woah, this guy is kick ass.

    Hermes Man, fuck the haters!

    It's also funny that his look and fits are legit better than 90% of WAYWT.


    The dude is a stud. Shit, he has a pics of him rawking it at clubs with bitches on his lap. Hell, most of the dudes post pics asking other dudes if their ass looks good in their pants.
     
  13. comrade

    comrade Senior member

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    What do you guys think of a style that shows the adventure side of me without looking like a douche (like those collar up guys, spiked up hairstyle etc.) that is appropriate to my age as i would want to end up looking like an immature and unmannered 30 years old certainly not the average gentlemen style that may potray me as a balding man going through mid life crisis like the rest of the population which will scare away the young girls i want to look like a stylish gentlemen that is ready for some fun which would be more young girl friendly anyway i cant think of any other better style than this one [​IMG] please share if you have any other ideas.
    All you really need is this one indispensable accessory. The rest is mere ornament. http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=...=1&FORM=IDFRIR
     
  14. Duder

    Duder Active Member

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    how about this famous Asian dude's shirt? [​IMG]

    [​IMG]

    I know its probably not Gucci but.... its good right?? [​IMG]

    [​IMG]


    styling like this dude.. you can

    [​IMG]


    and to all you other dudes...


    [​IMG]

    [​IMG]
     
  15. SirGrotius

    SirGrotius Senior member

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    Way to bring this forum down Duder.

    Anyway, to the OP. I don't know what you do or your parents do, but I like your style. You're a little bit of a maniac, in a manga type of way. I say go for that Jacket but only if it's made by Hermes or maybe Louis Vuitton if you're feeling cheap.
     
  16. Jan_

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    As for the actual OP's question. Under no circumstances should a person ever wear that look. Please don't look to Justin Bieber for Fashion advice/inspiration.

    OP is fully rational. If his market (young girls) expect Bieber style/look, because he's their male role model, he has to imitate it to reach his target audience.
    As I say "context x purpose -> outfit" it follows that he lowers his success probability if he dresses like he's meeting with investment bankers or lawyers. If I understand OP's intention correct he asked how to mix Bieber style with being dressed well. I don't know anything about Bieber (except that some love to hate him) so I won't be useful here.
     
  17. Harold falcon

    Harold falcon Senior member

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    [​IMG]

    Rule #34 - Never post pictures of yourself holding a firearm on the internet. It cannot possibly lead to a good result.
     
  18. dsmolken

    dsmolken Senior member

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    I can definitely say from experience that girls around 18 approve of fleece blazers on guys in their 30s. Hope this helps.
     
  19. aphextwin07

    aphextwin07 Senior member

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    LOL, what is this i don't even
     
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    Who is that in OP's post?
     

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