Whelp, now I know where Tiraleur is getting all his financial backing to make such horrible looking clothing.http://edition.cnn.com/2014/02/14/world/gallery/sapeurs-congo-gallery-2014/index.html?hpt=hp_c5
I enjoyed that. Thanks for posting it.More an article than a story, but the second page has a nice synopsis on the different way people wear black tie.
Hat tip to fxh at filmnoirbuff.com.
Most men rock a tuxedo very poorly, I have concluded. Even when properly done, I think they look kind of penguin-ish, and I think men, by and large, look better in lounge suits.
I agree with your first sentence, but not your second. People do it poorly as hell, but done properly it looks fantastic. Sean Connery in a tux is a winner no matter how you slice it. The only penguin characteristic I see isn't from color but from fat ass Americans waistlines.
Yeah, but Sean Connery in his prime looked like a winner in almost anything. I say "almost" because there's always his costume in "Zardoz"!
Come on! He rocked the shit out of that onesie and ponytail.
Let's not forget the Webley Mark VI .455 revolver.Come on! He rocked the shit out of that onesie and ponytail.
Let's not forget the Webley Mark VI .455 revolver.
As to his being "in shape," the guy had been a Mr. Universe contestant, f'r chrissake. Of course, back in those days the development of competitive bodybuilders wasn't nearly as exaggerated as is today.