Recent non-Sartorialist Looks

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

  1. Fantastic Mr Foxx

    Fantastic Mr Foxx Senior member

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    ^^ yes, & it's made by Sciamat.
    Hence, the funny shoulders.
     


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    S. Magnozzi Senior member

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    Frans Boone

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    Love that chocolate brown herringbone, reminds me of a past LL project.
     


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    Hence, the funny shoulders.

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    Guy on the left is me in another body.

    That frans boone guy is pretty awesome too, he owns a great mens store in Belgium?
     


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    That frans boone guy is pretty awesome too, he owns a great mens store in Belgium?

    The Netherlands. (Near the Belgian border.) In a place called Sluis, which also houses three Michelin star restaurant Oud Sluis.
     


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    I like that jacket.
     


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    I am getting sick of seeing the ubiquitous way people are tying their scarfs - as in the above photo.
     


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    I am getting sick of seeing the ubiquitous way people are tying their scarfs - as in the above photo.

    WTF are you talking about? That's a pretty simple way to tie a scarf.
     


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    So I need to find another way to tie my scarf now because a lot of people put the end through the loop?
     


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    Not a fan of the hangman style scarf knot in any application but great otherwise.
     


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    WTF are you talking about? That's a pretty simple way to tie a scarf.
    +1
    I prefer this way because it's fast, easy and keeps the scarf perfectly around your neck, plus it shortens the scarf significantly.
     


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    WTF are you talking about? That's a pretty simple way to tie a scarf.

    I tie it like that too because it is warmer this way...

    You have to take into account the scarf's thickness and it will look good...
     


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    Not a fan of the hangman style scarf knot in any application but great otherwise.

    I'm not a fan either. I tend to wrap, tie and tuck it if to give more of an ascot look.
     


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