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Under appreciated masculine clothing

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by GusW, Jan 3, 2010.

  1. MyOtherLife

    MyOtherLife Senior member

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    [​IMG] Masculine? Check. Underappreciated? Check.
    [​IMG] Dogs seem to behave the same way over the centuries with or without a codpiece. [​IMG]
     
  2. csoukoulis

    csoukoulis Senior member

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    The duffle coat is another. I see more women wearing them than men these days but still wear mine.

    I like the way you think! But I live in Texas so it doesn't get much use lol

    I present, my Loden Frey duffle coat
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  3. GusW

    GusW Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Cotton bandana

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  4. Spong

    Spong Well-Known Member

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    The Fedora. It may be creeping back a little bit, but it's still too widely reviled when doing anything but accompanying jeans and a t-shirt, particularly for what used to be a standard and highly complimentary piece of the classic tailored ensemble.

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    The Cravat. The proper one, not all that wedding matchy-matchy nonsense.
     
  5. Doc4

    Doc4 Senior member

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    Chain mail?

    Actually, I wore cotton turtulenecks a lot when my son was just a baby ... yeah wool would be nice, but I needed something easily washable as I was facing a steady stream of baby-muck stains so a functionality compromise was needed.

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    Doz. Zar-Doz.


    ... actually, it's an early audition photo for The Untouchables, back when the film was set in San Fransisco, circa 1969.
     
  6. Working Stiff

    Working Stiff Senior member

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    I have noticed that the duffle coat has been very over appreciated this winter.
     
  7. youngScholar

    youngScholar Senior member

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    I fully support the turtleneck as a staple item.

    I had a hell of a time finding one at a good price this last winter.
     
  8. Mannix

    Mannix Senior member

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    Cotton bandana

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    I do that from time to time and quite like it...
     
  9. youngScholar

    youngScholar Senior member

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    Oh yeah: boots. As in, we need more of them.
     
  10. DixieTexian

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    $900 tactical turtlenecks will always be awesome.
     
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    Shearling is nice, but strictly for ballers. I don't have a grand to drop on a coat.
     
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