Recent non-Sartorialist Looks

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

  1. ljrcustom

    ljrcustom Senior member

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    Jeans way too baggy. NOT a good look.

    too baggy? are you serious?

    -LR
     


  2. GusW

    GusW Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Virtually every time I visited NYC I would stop in at Saks to see him. He always looked amazing not only in the way he dressed but in his personal style. The clothing and his manner went together perfectly.


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  3. Flieger

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    WT[​IMG] [​IMG] , You serious ?

    Haha you took the bait Aj, not jailbait unfortunately but still [​IMG]
     


  4. aj_del

    aj_del Senior member

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    what is this? [​IMG]
     


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    Houseboy's day off.........
     


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    LabelKing Senior member

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    Those were the sorts I had to deal with visually for more than a week.

    Their conversation was as abrasively empty as their look.
     


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    This is just way too much plaid. I can't imagine it looking good on even the best looking guy on earth.

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    Those are Italians trying to look British. Correct?
     


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    Those are Italians trying to look British. Correct?
    You are incorrect. At least one is merely dressed for bowling - note the appropriate shoes.
     


  10. Racing Green

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    Those are Italians trying to look British. Correct?

    But badly. Italians love the 'British' look and by and large pull it off very well. You see lots of tweed, cord, Barbour, Belstaff (of course), Burberry, brown suede chukkas etc etc. I could sit in Rome and watch the world go by forever.
     


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  12. aj_del

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    Serious question, is a knit cap acceptable headwear with a suit as in the pics below [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     


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  14. P-K-L

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    As mentioned before, it is funny to see people you know in such a thread.

    The gentleman on the lower right picture is Charly Diehl, the owner of the great shop Diehl & Diehl in Frankfurt am Main. [​IMG]
     


  15. Kentishman

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    But badly. Italians love the 'British' look and by and large pull it off very well. You see lots of tweed, cord, Barbour, Belstaff (of course), Burberry, brown suede chukkas etc etc. I could sit in Rome and watch the world go by forever.

    So much so that Belstaff is now Italian owned.
     


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