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Anyone else still wear their suit like this?

>> No.12776937

>>12776933
yo papa

>> No.12776948

>>12776933
That's a look I rarely do, but it's what I prefer to see VS. the normal tieless look with the shirt buttoned up before the top button. Alternatively, I would also button up the top, at times while tieless, but I prefer to wear a tie with a suit or sports jacket 95% of the time. Historically, this style in the picture goes back to the early 20th century, not just the late 1960s and 1970s, when it was really popular for a while. It was a popular look in old time Hollywood, and was often how men dealt with the tieless look, VS. all-buttoned up.

>> No.12776972

>>12776948
It looks shit.

>> No.12776979

>>12776972
How so?

>> No.12776998

>>12776979
He's probably fixated on the bad memories of the trend during the 1970s leisure suit era. It's a shame, because while the look was often attempted with polyester '70s suits, it was done well before that time, with nicer suits of wool, linen, cotton, and silk, although some early synthetic suits, such as of dacron or rayon, were used from the 1940s, onwards.

>> No.12777234

>>12776933
Tony you cockaroach maricon

>> No.12777892

Spike speigel still wears his suits like that.

>> No.12778212

>>12776933
trash cheap looking.

>> No.12778259

>>12776933
sleazecore for the win.

also the agnelli clan (italian kennedy/vanderbilt/rockefeller tier patrician family) wears their shirts like this when they wear no ties. this is no joke.

>> No.12778264

>>12776998
nah your wrong still looks fine

>> No.12778270

Looks good, man.

>> No.12778520

>>12776933
Sleazecore/yakuzacore. My favourite.

>> No.12779200

I think it looks great, I like an open suit.

>> No.12779954
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12779954

It's coming back, it was one of the newest trends to hit Pitti Uomo.

>> No.12779965

>>12776933
I love that look as long as it some 70s disco cosplay

>> No.12779969

>>12779965
>*as long as it isn't...

>> No.12779971

>falling for the menswear meme

suits are uncomfortable and stuffy. nobody wears them willingly

>> No.12779975

>>12779971
Depends on the suit. Also you can't just wear a t shirt, jeans and sneakers everywhere

>> No.12779993

Nick fucking Cave

but that doesn't mean you can pull it off.

>> No.12780170

>>12776979
It looks shit because it's affected - like someone putting on an accent.

>> No.12780173

>>12779971

>I've never worn a good suit: the opinion

>> No.12780578

>>12779971
>Nobody wears them willingly

Aww the poor kid wants to play in the big kid thread. Maybe Macy's is more your speed, bub.

>> No.12781337
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12781337

Prefer to wear my suit like this

>> No.12781578

>>12781337
those are not suits idiot.

>> No.12781590

>>12776933
Looks great if you dont do it on purpose.
Pro tip: Don't try it if you are not a popular rock icon

>> No.12781826

>>12781337
>>12781578
They are suits, but they are structured as military suits, with all of those buttons, pockets, and the epaulets.

>> No.12782750

>>12781826
No, they are tunics,not suit jackets.

>> No.12782767

>>12778264
>your wrong still looks fine
You are in agreement, then.

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