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Recent Sartorialist Looks

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by TRINI, Jan 22, 2009.

  1. voxsartoria

    voxsartoria Senior member

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    OK, but nothing that I would look to aspire to.

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  2. TRINI

    TRINI Senior member

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    He looks like Rhas Al Ghul.
     
  3. Fantastic Mr Foxx

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    He looks like Rhas Al Ghul.

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  4. edmorel

    edmorel Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Foo dresses better than him. But Foo looks like Foo.

    He looks like Rhas Al Ghul.

    Who doesn't.
     
  5. Stephan R.

    Stephan R. Well-Known Member

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    Man, talk about huge feet. Look how out of proportion this is.

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    thats taken with a wide angle lens, lots of visible lens distortion.
     
  6. Fantastic Mr Foxx

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    Tricker's
    Tricker's? Really? Dang, I could have sworn they were CHURCH'S FAIRFIELD.

    Jeans aren't great by my standards, fokk SF. Don't know about the kicks, but I like em, as well as the top half.
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    Ok, i'll say it. The TYT store manager looks good, but there is notthing that I would wear nor anything spectacular. For the most part, his build and looks make the most out of the outfits, with some items being just silly (the really long back tie blade, his "scarf swagger", the jeans). OK, but nothing that I would look to aspire to.

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    - + "opinions are like noses, everyone has one", and you're entitled to yours.
     
  7. lawyerdad

    lawyerdad Senior member

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    I get you but can it really be overdone if you only ever see it on three people on a blog and 2 on the style forum? [​IMG]

    I understood him to mean "overly mannered" or "excessive" as opposed to "done too often".
     
  8. Cary Grant

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    thats taken with a wide angle lens, lots of visible lens distortion.

    But those high heels on cloggy shoes have certainly been popular lately. Laboutin?
     
  9. Stephan R.

    Stephan R. Well-Known Member

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    cool [​IMG]
     
  10. IndianBoyz

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    He looks like a Benetton advertisement.
     
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  12. Schorsch

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    I get you but can it really be overdone if you only ever see it on three people on a blog and 2 on the style forum? [​IMG]

    Well I meant he has overdone it in this case, but let's address your point:

    Jumped the shark, perhaps. It's like the baggy pants trend of my youth. First it was just pants a bit larger than what was stylish. Eventually it was enormous tents of fabric, giant patch pockets, cinched around the knees and puddling around the ankles.

    I sometimes feel puckish and tie a knit tie with a little bit of the thin end sticking out. When it dangles to your crotch, it's too obvious, and you've gone too far.
     
  13. lasbar

    lasbar Senior member

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    Not from the Sart but a favourite character on the Sart blog

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    He is quite creative playing with patterns and textures..

    I quite like it..
     
  14. onix

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    thats taken with a wide angle lens, lots of visible lens distortion.

    Not that much of distortion as I can see. Not significant enough to make the feet look that big.

    But those high heels on cloggy shoes have certainly been popular lately. Laboutin?

    Not Louboutin due to the heel shape + no red on the inner face of the heel
     
  15. lasbar

    lasbar Senior member

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    She is very smart...

    I love the coat...
     
  16. Tomasso

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    Nice trousers.......

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    Without the sweater this would not work as well - the SC and the pants are too similar in colour. It is a good example of how a cardigan can be used to balance and harmonize an outfit.
     
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    J'aime [​IMG]
     
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