Recent non-Sartorialist Looks

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

  1. Tyrone MacStiophain

    Tyrone MacStiophain Senior member

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  2. geoffmartin17

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    Beckham looks great, aside from the matchy matchy pocket square and tie. The fit on the jacket was quite good if you watch the youtube vid.
     


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    For the young turks of SF [​IMG]
    Those are som freaky looking ears, kinda reminds me of Shrek.
     


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    Beckham looks great, aside from the matchy matchy pocket square and tie. The fit on the jacket was quite good if you watch the youtube vid.

    Well, there's a lot of matchy matchy going on I'd say, but I'm more tolerant of it than most.
     


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    he looks very good.

    although i wouldn't match the PS with tie like that ...
     


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    Those are som freaky looking ears, kinda reminds me of Shrek.

    Freaky ears = the male-equivalent of sharp knees?
     


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    Freaky ears = the male-equivalent of sharp knees?

    [​IMG] must be.
     


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    Does Beckham look SF approved ?

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    What kind of collar is Beckham wearing? I realize it's a spread, but all of the spreads I see are nowhere near as spread. How do I find shirts like that?
     


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    What kind of collar is Beckham wearing? I realize it's a spread, but all of the spreads I see are nowhere near as spread. How do I find shirts like that?
    It's a cutaway.
     


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    What kind of collar is Beckham wearing? I realize it's a spread, but all of the spreads I see are nowhere near as spread. How do I find shirts like that?
    I believe that's the RLPL "Keaton collar." Some of the Neapolitan shirt makers make some very nice cutaway collar shirts as well
     


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    What kind of collar is Beckham wearing? I realize it's a spread, but all of the spreads I see are nowhere near as spread. How do I find shirts like that?

    Just normal cutaway collar: http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/i...47999_11023693
     


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    From the Armoury's tumblr

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    There's that oh-so-casually turned-up collar point that Schumann had noted on Japanese men.

    Contrived, but whatever--as long as they're having fun.
     


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    ^ Diggin' everything about the Liverano & Liverano aesthetic every time I see it.

    - M
     


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    There's that oh-so-casually turned-up collar point that Schumann had noted on Japanese men.

    Contrived, but whatever--as long as they're having fun.


    He looks good...

    They're to show some flair and it is not easy not to look too arranged...
     


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    There's that oh-so-casually turned-up collar point that Schumann had noted on Japanese men.

    Contrived, but whatever--as long as they're having fun.


    That plus the back of his tie flailing around is a little to much "flair" in to small of an area for my taste.

    It takes a narrow tie and makes it look wide, or ends up looking like some back to the future double tie monstrosity.
     


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