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Recent non-Sartorialist Looks

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by aj_del, Feb 24, 2010.

  1. niidawg3

    niidawg3 Senior member

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    The cut is horrid, but I actually like the fabric.

    how so?
     
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    gdl203 Senior member Dubiously Honored Affiliate Vendor

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    Although the collar is simply ridiculous, I must say that I love the cloth of the overcoat on the left. I wonder what it is... Blue flannel?
     
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    Although the collar is simply ridiculous, I must say that I love the cloth of the overcoat on the left. I wonder what it is... Blue flannel?

    Very Stalingrad Von Paulus winter season 42-43...

    Is it air force blue?
     
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    Although the collar is simply ridiculous, I must say that I love the cloth of the overcoat on the left. I wonder what it is... Blue flannel?

    It looks like the collar is detachable though.
     
  5. aj_del

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    Although the collar is simply ridiculous, I must say that I love the cloth of the overcoat on the left. I wonder what it is... Blue flannel?

    Very Stalingrad Von Paulus winter season 42-43...

    Is it air force blue?


    Wondering what shoes would go with a suit of this blue color ...
     
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    Is that the leader of the free world?
     
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    PG in 15 years time?

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    I keed, I keed...
     
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    A Dementor?

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    particularly interesting. The shapes are quite nice.
     
  14. chrisb0109

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    how so?

    I wonder the same. I think the cut looks good
     
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    [​IMG] [​IMG] A Dementor? [​IMG]
    1. A boy 2. A poor (less fat) Jack Black 3. A disgruntled Power Ranger
     
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    Look closely and you'll notice that the railing is covered with red velvet for Dear Leader. Too bad he was wearing gloves. All that effort for naught.

    Also, the factory is completely empty, the workers are merely for show, and everyone is starving to death. [​IMG]
     
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    Look closely and you'll notice that the railing is covered with red velvet for Dear Leader. Too bad he was wearing gloves. All that effort for naught.

    Also, the factory is completely empty, the workers are merely for show, and everyone is starving to death. [​IMG]



    I thought he was the Beloved Leader rather than merely Dear Leader
     
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    This caught my eye - do you guys think it´s ok to wear a few sizes too small jacket as long as you have red pants? If it is, I´m getting a pair immediately!
     
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    I thought he was the Beloved Leader rather than merely Dear Leader
    Dad, Il Sung, was the Great Leader and the eternal president. Son, Jong Il, is the Dear Leader. However, if you actually visit North Korea, as I have, the term 'Dear Leader' has lost its currency, in part due to Kim Jong Il's own efforts at lessening the personality cult surrounding him. He is now just referred to as 'Leader' or 'the Leader Kim Jong Il'. I'm not saying he's not an evil son of a bitch, but that's the state of play in Pyongyang right now. Some say getting rid of the personality cult is in preparation for a more peaceful and acceptable succession.
     

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