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We need to isolate Pitti pics in this thread because they're usually too disagreeable for the regular disagreeable thread. We can include any agreeable pics in here as well but since they're so rare and could get drowned out by the number of disagreeable would be good idea to write some commentary and even crosspost in agreeable thread if desired.
 
Would hit, would hit, would hit. Put tight pentz on girl, not rectumites.
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LelandJ LelandJ - Good idea.

I'm sure that there are a good number of people at Pitti Uomo who do dress well, but unfortunately the pictures that we usually see are of people dressed like peacocks in silly costumes. Of course, they're doing it so as to obtain exposure and they're often very successful in achieving their aims!

I know that EFV said that he's attending Pitti this year, so hopefully he'll have some good photos on his Tumblr/Instagram of himself, his partner and some people who don't look like clowns.
 
Here's a preview of a few African brands showing this week:
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I'm not understanding the skirt-looking knee-length coat tails(?) under the suit coat. Is that a vest? What are those flaps at the sides on the bottom?
#2 - mixing stripes and plaid, in the same garment! I'm guessing that is pieced and not a stupid print?
Lastly, I thought short sleeve coats (snicker) were for wear with short sleeve shirts! Can anyone explain the goth ninja/SZ fascination with layered skirt-like stuff on men? To my Anglo eye, it always looks like some Victorian woman with a petticoat under her hoop skirt.
 
Lino is outrageous, but nothing compared to the Wooster.

On the other hand, just noticed the tanned legs on the girl wearing the blue gingham shorts.
 
I'm not understanding the skirt-looking knee-length coat tails(?) under the suit coat. Is that a vest? What are those flaps at the sides on the bottom?
#2 - mixing stripes and plaid, in the same garment! I'm guessing that is pieced and not a stupid print?
Lastly, I thought short sleeve coats (snicker) were for wear with short sleeve shirts! Can anyone explain the goth ninja/SZ fascination with layered skirt-like stuff on men? To my Anglo eye, it always looks like some Victorian woman with a petticoat under her hoop skirt.

The skirts over pants thing works against proper heat regulation. Just more modern "can-do-whatever-I-want" rubbish infecting menswear. In Africa sure won't be wearing in hot weather regardless.
 
It cracks me up when these people wear Suit Supply.

Oh shit, what if Pitti suddenly went normcore?
 
Out of all of those, I only like the fabric of Luca's suit. If he were wearing socks, a shirt with a collar and the trousers had a regular waistband it could've been an agreeable outfit.
 
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Stewardess?

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Like the right guy's suit (if proper pant length and less button stress):

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Quite like EFV's suit. Seems like he's wearing wider trousers again as well, so that's a nice improvement:
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Seriously? That guy with the bow tie in his lapel (sorry can't post links yet, even in a quote apparently) couldn't even figure out how that tie clip/chain worked?
 
Seriously? That guy with the bow tie in his lapel (sorry can't post links yet, even in a quote apparently) couldn't even figure out how that tie clip/chain worked?
Its a spam prevention measure. Those Indian Love Doctors are rampant. Keep posting and it will fall off.
 

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