Recent non-Sartorialist Looks

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

  1. howardu09

    howardu09 Senior member

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    Disagree. It's too skimpy on him. Looks like he doesn't have a jacket underneath.
    Nothing about this picture says "skimpy" to me...(shrugs)
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    More men should wear lapel pins.
     


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    Made in California Senior member

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    I tend to love everything almost every thing Bass wears, but this is on the bottom end of the spectrum as I'm not terribly enthused. I think I would like it more if the shirt was a very light, faded red and the pocket square was different (LDO). At the very least I'd like a different pocket square... to add just a tad bit of flair to the outfit. Bass's looks tend to be extremely well put-together, but this one looks more like what someone who didn't know how to dress, or rather someone who wasn't confident in how to dress, would wear to a nightclub. Very unadventurous.
    More men should wear lapel pins.
    +1 I enjoy the lapel pin.
     


  4. Italian Style

    Italian Style Well-Known Member

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    Blind people ,assholes and Italians...

    So..... what about italians???
    Can I have a clarification about your sentence please?!?!?!
     


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    onix Senior member

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    So..... what about italians??? Can I have a clarification about your sentence please?!?!?!
    Sensitive much? PS: He was talking about those who wear sunglasses indoor.
     


  6. Italian Style

    Italian Style Well-Known Member

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    Sensitive much?

    PS: He was talking about those who wear sunglasses indoor.


    First my question wasn't for you...... and then ..... I'm sensitive enough to say that I respect anyone, and here I read too many times about "Italians" with contempt!
    If I misunderstood I apologize, but first I want to hear something by the person who wrote the phrase... that's all.
     


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    Italian Style Well-Known Member

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    So?!....... onix you see?!?!?!?! [​IMG]
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  8. Dean Keaton

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    i think this looks amazing. any idea where he wouldve got the suit? i think he wore a similar one in black, this looks more dark khaki

    He gets his suits at Anderson&Sheppard. Notice the buttons, it is some sort of his signature detail.
     


  9. Eason

    Eason Bicurious Racist

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    So?!....... onix you see?!?!?!?!


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    Hahaha, classic joke. (It's okay, I also have a big nose)
     


  10. onix

    onix Senior member

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    So?!....... onix you see?!?!?!?!

    Stereotypes are everywhere, don't take them personally, not all of them are bad. One of the main reason why we have so many stereotypes on Italians here is that... the majority of pictures here are Italians or in Italy, that's all. Think about that as a good thing.
     


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    So?!....... onix you see?!?!?!?!


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    Like a good friend of mine likes to say, the only difference between Italians and Jews is the jewelry. [​IMG]

    Mike
     


  12. Italian Style

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    Ok.... could it be that I'm a little too sensitive [​IMG] but too often - as I said before - I read phrases like "that one has a face like an asshole"...... what for to say this???
    I think the main reason why we are here is to talk about clothing, not to judge people!!! [​IMG]
     


  13. edmorel

    edmorel Quality Seller!! Dubiously Honored

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    I think the main reason why we are here is to talk about clothing, not to judge people!!! [​IMG]

    Are you sure you've been here for a year [​IMG]
     


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    Stereotypes are everywhere, don't take them personally, not all of them are bad. One of the main reason why we have so many stereotypes on Italians here is that... the majority of pictures here are Italians or in Italy, that's all. Think about that as a good thing.

    His skin will get thicker with time...

    We're also very "nosey" in the South west part of France...

    D'Artagnan...
     


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    I think the main reason why we are here is to talk about clothing, not to judge people!!! [​IMG]

    Are you sure you've been here for a year [​IMG]


    So?..... important here is how long have you joined the forum? [​IMG]
    What is wrong with what I said?
     


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