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    +1 to James Bond, Bruce Wayne, and the mad men guy.


    I want to know what jacket they have Daniel Craig wearing at the start of the skyfall trailer, I was going to buy a replica of the coat he had at the end of QoS for winter. Planning on purchasing the Tom Ford from the desert, can't find the Y-3 he has in the above picture, and the place making an identical coat isn't making them now.


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    Does anybody else think Don Draper's ties are too narrow for his frame? Don't get me wrong, you could do way, way worse for a style icon, but it's just something I've noticed when watching the show. The photo Cannon posted is a little better than most of his skimpier ties. I usually am more inspired by Roger or Pete.


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    Re: Don Draper


    Where is this "only button the bottom button on a two-button suit" look coming from? I've even seen many people on the street doing this, purposefully or not.


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    @jose_jackson, I've noticed that sometimes too. He can often pull it off, but not always.


    This one is actually pretty easy to steal, but he has such a great tailor that I'll post it anyways.




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    @Cannon


    I also really liked Daniel Craig's look in Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. Now only if I lived somewhere cold enough to pull of half the things he wore.


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    At the cost of appearing modest, I've always enjoyed what I see in my mirror.


    thmage, Neil Patrick Harris always looks good.


    I usually like the outfits that Don Draper wears, but his new wife has him wear some oddities in the past few episodes. Daniel Craig's Bond always looks great.


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    "Does anybody else think Don Draper's ties are too narrow for his frame? Don't get me wrong, you could do way, way worse for a style icon, but it's just something I've noticed when watching the show. The photo Cannon posted is a little better than most of his skimpier ties. I usually am more inspired by Roger or Pete."


    Hmmm. I haven't watched season 5 yet, but I seem to recall Kinsey and Campbell's ties being skinner than Don's. His generally seem less H&Mish, by comparison. He's not a small guy, so I see where you're coming from, but I actually might think the exact opposite - on guys like Cosgrove and Campbell, a skinny tie just seems to lend this Norman Rockwellian vibe to their attire. Skinny guys, skinny suits, skinny ties. I just don't really like super skinny ties in general, but I think Don has a bit more leeway.


    I also tend to think that Campbell looks too wirey to really pull off some of the suits he wears. Don looks really good, and he definitely has a presence, but honestly, Roger's always been the one to really impress me with his wardrobe, especially since I'm a fan of the three-piece. I suspect they go for an understated thing with Don that there's no reason to mirror in Roger's choices.


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    Re: Don Draper


    "Where is this "only button the bottom button on a two-button suit" look coming from? I've even seen many people on the street doing this, purposefully or not."


    I don't know; but, I wish it would go back there...it.just.doesn't.work....jackets are constructed specifically to enhance buttoning the top button...anything else just hangs awkwardly. Don't make King Edward VII get medieval on you....


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    Roger is old money and dresses the part. I love his looks.


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    Exactly! Plus, the occasional double breasts he wears (and their wider lapel), the wider pinstripes/borderline chalkstripes, the elaborate pocket squares... it's all kind of evocative of the best parts of an earlier period in fashion.


    P.S. Maybe it comes from when they don't have a matching belt, but also don't want to look stuffy by having both buttons done.


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