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Recent non-Sartorialist Looks

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

  1. IndianBoyz

    IndianBoyz Senior member

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    [​IMG] Serious expression here.
     
  2. Roger Everett

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    That shirt is sooo out of place with that suit, or any suit, but I like the tie.
     
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    Wooster could never grasp this understated style.

    He isn't trying to.
     
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    That shirt is sooo out of place with that suit, or any suit, but I like the tie.

    It looks like this one from NM.
     
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    That guy looks way better than Wooster ever will. Just sayin...

    Barring the brown odd trousers, I'm pretty sure we've seen Wooster in that same getup. You have no proof that this old man's pants aren't cropped at the knee either.
     
  6. landshark

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    [​IMG]

    Serious expression here.


    I have to return some videotapes.
     
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    Barring the brown odd trousers, I'm pretty sure we've seen Wooster in that same getup. You have no proof that this old man's pants aren't cropped at the knee either.

    From a pure swag perspective that old dude beats Wooster's melange of expensive off-the-rack nonsense hands down, but of course this is just my humble opinion.
     
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    He isn't trying to.

    On that much we can agree.
     
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    tutee Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    [​IMG]

    Hitter.
     
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    Someone just got told.

    he'll take it easy. this is a place to learn...
     
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    Hitter.

    I first read Hitler..[​IMG]

    This gent looks good.
     
  14. Cravate_Noire

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    I first read Hitler..[​IMG]

    This gent looks good.


    ...
     
  15. Eustace Tilley

    Eustace Tilley Senior member

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    I first read Hitler..[​IMG]

    This gent looks good.


    That's Antonio Panico, the Neapolitan tailor.
     
  16. W.R.

    W.R. Senior member

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    His shoes are great...
     
  17. Tyrone MacStiophain

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    His shoes are great...

    I thought they were an odd choice with the rest of the ensemble. But who am I to argue with a Neapolitan tailor?
     
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    [​IMG] Looks like he's on the way to kill someone.
     
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  20. Cravate_Noire

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    That's Antonio Panico, the Neapolitan tailor.

    That reminds me of a friend who said that he once used "Pirozzi" from Naples [​IMG] ...
    His Pirozzi was actually a Bidello (and therefore of course not the Pirozzi I thought of ) and he delivered the most satisfactory suit in my friend's oppinion (he is a real nightmare to fit though, almost like an irregular, squeezed pear and it is not that obviosu so many tailors underestimated his physique).
    Among the others was Caraceni btw. and some morewell known names.

















































    Did I mention that a bidello is a school janitor and that this guy started to make bespoke suits as a side job?
    Welcome to Napoli.
     

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