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Originally Posted by Pezzaturra
You certainly know how to take all the fun from the interwebz.


LOL. One can justify any kind of loutishness by calling it "fun".
 

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Mister Mort looks like a great anti-hero...You have to admire his sartorial style.He is the living proof that inbred children can be creative ...
 

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The combo is not great..Squares and polka dots...

That kind of brown and blue are also not working together...

He looks like a character from a Manet painting..
 

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He looks like a character from a Manet painting..[/quote]

That too.
 

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Originally Posted by StephenHero

I have to say that I've been thinking about crease-less flannels for a while now. I don't think this works, but maybe a looser, flat-fronted and perhaps belted pair... Or maybe with side adjusters. A functional equivalent of tracksuit bottoms for the sartorially crazed?
 

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^Dude reminds me of Laura Prepon.
 

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Originally Posted by radicaldog
I have to say that I've been thinking about crease-less flannels for a while now. I don't think this works, but maybe a looser, flat-fronted and perhaps belted pair... Or maybe with side adjusters. A functional equivalent of tracksuit bottoms for the sartorially crazed?

For the creasless look, the flannels need to be properly tapered. The guy in the pic is actually wearing them very well. Except for his oversized (and overzealous) PS, his outfit looks really good. Can anyone tell me where to buy flannels like those for a reasonable price?

Originally Posted by DLester
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I disagree ... those jeans look painted on - looks ugly on grown men.
 

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Well at least we agree about the fellow with suspenders. I was surprised how many people disliked that pic.
 

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