Discussion in 'Men's Clothing' started by Rambo, Jan 9, 2018.
Thos #7 style ties are the Hermes belts of the tie world. Tacky.
Butler from SF. Henrik Hjerl in real life.
Is this the overweight-people thread now?
Away with this cow
Olo nice emoji drawn-on sunglasses
The man who takes a piss in the woods
He's looking sharp there, a bit too english countryman but that's better than pitti clown
I think he uses Hitchcock as a tailor?
Yes one of the approved tailors of the knightly order of the guardians of the 9 doors (masons/templars).
I used to wear my overcoat over my shoulders if I was not to walk a lot under the freezin cold.
Now I won't do it anymore.
Those fucking tackys, they break everything...
You were meant to look at the ceiling, dear boy.
It's like a peacock drag show of female crossdressers.
Was ever such a huge selection of absolute thundercunts gathered in one place before.
Bony ankles, large thighs, and crotches. That's Pitti for you. This forum is famous for its expertise (oh yes, don't be modest) on patterns, cuts, and proportions. The proportions of the modern iGent are identical to the hipster aesthetic: trousers tight at the ankle, and cut rather short, a collection of junk around the wrists, hats and sunglasses with no function at all, and a curious stoop. Not very many of the Pitti visitors hold themselves like gentlemen, and most of them are very self-conscious. You can tell by the posture.
For never before in story or rhyme (not even once upon a time)
Has the world ever known this many thundercunts, my friend, and it never will, not ever again
Canny buyers beware, that you do not wake up with nasty boucheries chevalines leftovers.
Nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition.
Sadly, this quote might be wasted on the younger generation...
This replaces rainbow flag as "I am open for anal sex, no amyl nitrate or other vasodilators needed; cocaine and alcohol optional."
I am not seeing the Wooster? Is he still alive?
Kind of looks like the younger brother of Mr Bean. Look!
Original Mr Bean
Young Mr Bean (from Pitti)
senator Sam Dastyari - another up and coming Mr Bean
I have long argued with family and friends that a fondness for fine menswear and turning oneself out well is not the mark of the ghey boy (not necessarily anyway). These Pitti clowns make that position much more difficult to maintain!
One of the best posts ever! All l can say is wow, these dudes are incredible! I can't stop laughing. The bloke with the whiskers and the fur coat and top hat, BWAHAHAHA. Wayyy too many trippers to count.
One of the great highlights of the forums is the annual Pitti thread. It never fails to deliver.
I’m sure there are several positions they would love to maintain.
The top winners so far, all posted by Friend Customer.
Mel Gibson in his dressing gown:
The turtleneck boys. Just awesome, can't stop smiling when l see these two.
I must admit i've checked this guy's pictures out a number of times. I never knew he had a pipe in his mouth until now.
The king of Pitti.
This little man in his turtleneck looks like such a sweety lol.
And we can't forget these two.
FriendCustomer doin work.
Many men in the US seem to have a real problem with male flamboyancy. Which I find odd, given that it gave the world Disco.
I've always found American notions of 'male authenticity', 'manly men' and that whole thing of hyper-masculinity incredibly camp.
As Gore Vidal once quipped. Ernest Hemingway was a joke, that only Americans didn't get.
Has anyone spotted Mr Claymore yet?
Good to know!
Unfortunately not. I certainly would have posted a photo if I had.
The same idiots over and over...
This biannual ( bi-anal-curious) threads would end faster with this question:
Post if find any correctly dressed.
Well Alan See looks pretty good, though it's likely he was wearing high waters below.
The resemblance is remarkable.
Certainly Americans are more into their technicolor ties on beaming white shirts than the Brits. That would be considered quite effete from an English perspective.
Hemmingway's prose style was immaculate: nothing peacock there, no verbose or unnecassary adjectives or adverbs. Hyperbole be damned! He wrote the best love story for men that I know of, that's some feat. Still, Gore Vidal had the best pad in his cliffhanging villa in Amalfi.
Tosh and nonsense. Hemingway is just the butch version of Truman Capote: a mediocre journalist elevated to the altar of Writing, born and bred in privilege, and famous for being famous.
That being said, his is one of the few examples of a proper beard (since we mentioned Pitti, what?). The others being Tsar Nicholas II, George V, Prince Michael of Kent, Ernest Shackleton, and Oliver Reed.
Best beard =
Wilhelm begs to differ.
Niven will challenge him to a left hand only duel.
Gentlemen, I said beard, not moustache.
Here's a picture to illustrate how not to wear beards.
And here's how it should be done.
I should scarcely find this a peculiarly American thing. Certainly, in 19th century and early 20th century British literature, someone's being "manly" or "all man" was a recurrent theme. In the Latin world, I think there is much more emphasis on "machismo" or being "muy hombre" than in the Anglo-Saxon countries. In old Scandinavia calling another man a "woman" was a mortal insult, literally. And let's not get started on many Muslim peoples, although bisexuality is often regnant among them. If anything, I fear that American men have been largely castrated by decades of feminist dogma imposed on them in the schools--and by young women infused with the notions that anything a man can do, they can do, as well or better. Then, of course, there are the legions of kick-ass warrior women in popular entertainment, the admission of women into combat military units and line police duty, etc. I could go on, but why bother....