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What is English/British Style to You?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by NORE, Dec 15, 2010.

  1. Southlondongent

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    Southlondongent, I've corrected that for you [​IMG].

    Ta, mate [​IMG]
     
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    [​IMG] The British youth of today. Interesting to think that in 50 years they'll look like good old Michael here. [​IMG] Well, perhaps not all of them..
     
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    Small world man, used to drive past the Barnes every day for work until recently. I live in Hetton, if you know it, closer to Durham down the A690.

    My mate Mick Flanagan who gets on the readytogo message board as Flared Hicks is from Hetton. I look on there every saturday morning to get a link to watch The Lads on the Internet. Welcome to the SF marra.

    *returning to normal service*
    Some great pics in this thread. That one of Ferry is brilliant. I would guess from the length of his barnet and the width of his lapels and strides that it's from the mid seventies but with a few tweaks it's almost as timeless a look as Cary Grant and is making me yearn for the spring so I can dust off my cream suit. I reckon I could closely replicate that look right now but I'm still in the market for a cotton khaki poplin suit.
     
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    Naw, but you've made a name for yourself!

    He is infamous now our own Nutter...

    Indeed!

    Fine!!! [​IMG]

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  8. mrtef3

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    The late George MacDonald Fraser's best novel has an irresistible sartorial subtext and takes place in pre-WWI Edwardian England - big bonus...Harry Flashman makes several cameo appearances:


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    Twelve books later, still the most endearing cad ever (see above):


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    And this guy knows how to party:


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    Love the Range Rover, I've owned 2.
    Jag-U-ar

    Stunning cars (especially Range Rover L322 and Jaguar X308 which I posted) and I'm surprised no one mentioned them until I did on page 7.

    More British style and scent, Penhaligon's Blenheim Bouquet is one of my favo(u)rites:

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    Fine!!! [​IMG]

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    Mike, this is awesome!
     
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    Only 2/3rds British... Still one of my favourite bands. My three-year old likes them too.

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