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Where would you get fashion cues if SF didn't exist?

Jumbie

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Some on here e.g. Phat Guido, GetSmart, have an innate sense of style. Most, such as myself, don't.

In the recent thread "What did you start wearing/buying because of SF?"

http://www.styleforum.net/showthread.php?t=72849

and, I'm sure, many others like it in the past, many people have pointed out the influence of this forum on their style of dress. If this forum ceased to exist *knocks on wood* what would you use to continue your sartorial journey?
 

Nico Samuel Pleninsek

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I would dress like a tool.

For real, it isn't that SF told me how to dress, but because of SF I've discovered so many different brands, ideas, etc.
 

greekgeek

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Originally Posted by DocHolliday
I would continue my same John Steed/early '60s-with-a-touch-of-Trad shtick.

hmm googling John Steed...
 

porcelain monkey

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God help me GQ, Esquire, and Men'sVogue. God help me!
 

gorgekko

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I have to say that Style Forum hasn't made that big a difference in my dress. I dress essentially the same way I did four years ago when I joined. Not that some ideas from here haven't been incorporated, mind you, just not enough to be very notable.

I come here for the discussion really.
 

DocHolliday

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Originally Posted by greekgeek
hmm googling John Steed...

Allow me to sieze this opportunity to post pics, once again, of some of the greatest wardrobing the televisual medium has ever known:



^This first pic contains what might be the perfect peak lapel.



Spectacular waist suppression.

More:





Gratuitious:




But do not be fooled by this ghastly impostor:
 

jpeirpont

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I'd follow my usual influences, probaly with less success.
 

erdawe

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Too painful to think about, it was bad.
 

jhao

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-From GQ, details and other men magazines.

- From movies.

- Celebrities.

- the sartorialist and that kind of webs.
 

acidboy

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Heaven forbid, Carson Kresley.

or maybe from Cruiser.
 

closetmess

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Why, "A Gentleman Gets Dressed Up" from BB, of course!
 

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