10 style rules on fashion

  • beaujangle

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    Jun 13, 2014 1:20 PM GMT
    Useful advice



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    Jun 13, 2014 3:59 PM GMT
    Cool fashion advice from a straight guy. lol

    I thought he'd go into practical things like what colors go well with what, what patterns to choose for certain body type, what to match with what, etc. But it's good nonetheless.
  • WrestlerBoy

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    Jun 13, 2014 4:55 PM GMT
    I stopped watching when Mr Fashion referred to his "jacket". It's a suit COAT, not a "jacket".
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    Jun 13, 2014 5:19 PM GMT
    1. If it's too tight - it's just right.

    2. EVERYONE knows when You bought it at a sample sale - so just don't.

    3. Flying Commando sounds HOT in theory - but the reality is just GROSS.

    4. Most Guys who wear head to toe Versace were born in a slum and now go for about 200 dollars an hour with special rates for weekends.

    5. Your not a real Man until You have had a suit made for You.

    6. Buy a tuxedo. NEVER rent.

    7. There are 18 Men on the planet who can legitimately wear a Speedo. Most of Us are not one of them.

    8. NEVER wear fake jewelry if You are over the age of six.

    9. If You have REAL style - You always look better out of Your clothes than in them.

    10. ALWAYS buy the best - and get someone else to pay for it.
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    Jun 13, 2014 5:38 PM GMT
    WrestlerBoy saidI stopped watching when Mr Fashion referred to his "jacket". It's a suit COAT, not a "jacket".


    I stopped watching when I saw he's wearing his suit coat without a tie but managed to wear a pocket square. Sport coats without ties - OK. Suits without ties - 1/2 dressed and sloppy.

    Ok, I went back and watched to the end. He says his blue and white stripped shirt is too bold, memorable, not interchangeable, hard to match?! I'm sorry but this clown should not be giving fashion advice.

    What are his credentials other than he is the founder of RealMenRealStyle.com?
  • frogman89

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    Jun 13, 2014 5:40 PM GMT
    Cash said1. If it's too tight - it's just right.

    2. EVERYONE knows when You bought it at a sample sale - so just don't.

    3. Flying Commando sounds HOT in theory - but the reality is just GROSS.

    4. Most Guys who wear head to toe Versace were born in a slum and now go for about 200 dollars an hour with special rates for weekends.

    5. Your not a real Man until You have had a suit made for You.

    6. Buy a tuxedo. NEVER rent.

    7. There are 18 Men on the planet who can legitimately wear a Speedo. Most of Us are not one of them.

    8. NEVER wear fake jewelry if You are over the age of six.

    9. If You have REAL style - You always look better out of Your clothes than in them.

    10. ALWAYS buy the best - and get someone else to pay for it.

    Sugardaddy issues?
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    Jun 13, 2014 6:40 PM GMT
    The truth about fashion: What you pay $500 for today will be at a thrift store tomorrow for $5.
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    WrestlerBoy saidI stopped watching when Mr Fashion referred to his "jacket". It's a suit COAT, not a "jacket".


    It's actually Suit Jacket and Sport Coat. Not Suit Coat.
    I suspect he is wearing one or the other depending on whether or not he is wearing matching pants.

    19-blazer-vs-sportcoat-0709-lg.jpg

    For the uninitiated:

    Blazer vs Sport Coat vs Suit Jacket

    In the U.S., blazer has come to mean anything that has sleeves and lapels and is worn with unmatched pants, but there are key differences between the three items you mention. In Europe and the tonier parts of the States — especially any place where messing about in boats is a big part of summer — a blazer [above, left] usually means a patch — pocket, navy — blue jacket with gold or (occasionally) silver buttons. The landlubberly sport coat [above, center], meanwhile, originally derived from the tweedy, robust coats worn while assisting in the untimely end of feathered or furry creatures. It had pockets with flaps, often an extra flapped ticket pocket, and was of softer construction than a suit jacket. As a modern fashion item, it should still retain the somewhat rustic, earthy look of its forebear (even when made in cashmere).

    A suit jacket [above, right] will always be made of the finer stuff, i.e., worsted wool, and smooth to the touch. Still, all that said, it's rarely that cut — and — dried.

    Final Notes – The hard and fast rules: A suit jacket is a suit jacket. But if a jacket doesn’t have matching pants? Then most will be fine with using the terms blazer and sportcoat interchangeably. Unless it’s navy and has gold buttons. Then… it’s a blazer.
  • WrestlerBoy

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    Jun 13, 2014 7:13 PM GMT
    blkbodybdr said
    WrestlerBoy saidI stopped watching when Mr Fashion referred to his "jacket". It's a suit COAT, not a "jacket".


    19-blazer-vs-sportcoat-0709-lg.jpg

    For the uninitiated:

    Blazer vs Sport Coat vs Suit Jacket

    In the U.S., blazer has come to mean anything that has sleeves and lapels and is worn with unmatched pants, but there are key differences between the three items you mention. In Europe and the tonier parts of the States — especially any place where messing about in boats is a big part of summer — a blazer [above, left] usually means a patch — pocket, navy — blue jacket with gold or (occasionally) silver buttons. The landlubberly sport coat [above, center], meanwhile, originally derived from the tweedy, robust coats worn while assisting in the untimely end of feathered or furry creatures. It had pockets with flaps, often an extra flapped ticket pocket, and was of softer construction than a suit jacket. As a modern fashion item, it should still retain the somewhat rustic, earthy look of its forebear (even when made in cashmere).

    A suit jacket [above, right] will always be made of the finer stuff, i.e., worsted wool, and smooth to the touch. Still, all that said, it's rarely that cut — and — dried.

    Final Notes – The hard and fast rules: A suit jacket is a suit jacket. But if a jacket doesn’t have matching pants? Then most will be fine with using the terms blazer and sportcoat interchangeably. Unless it’s navy and has gold buttons. Then… it’s a blazer.


    And any "bespoke" suit (as opposed to "handmade") on Savile Row or Jermyn Street in London will tell you it is a suit COAT icon_smile.gif
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    WrestlerBoy said
    blkbodybdr said
    WrestlerBoy saidI stopped watching when Mr Fashion referred to his "jacket". It's a suit COAT, not a "jacket".


    19-blazer-vs-sportcoat-0709-lg.jpg

    For the uninitiated:

    Blazer vs Sport Coat vs Suit Jacket

    In the U.S., blazer has come to mean anything that has sleeves and lapels and is worn with unmatched pants, but there are key differences between the three items you mention. In Europe and the tonier parts of the States — especially any place where messing about in boats is a big part of summer — a blazer [above, left] usually means a patch — pocket, navy — blue jacket with gold or (occasionally) silver buttons. The landlubberly sport coat [above, center], meanwhile, originally derived from the tweedy, robust coats worn while assisting in the untimely end of feathered or furry creatures. It had pockets with flaps, often an extra flapped ticket pocket, and was of softer construction than a suit jacket. As a modern fashion item, it should still retain the somewhat rustic, earthy look of its forebear (even when made in cashmere).

    A suit jacket [above, right] will always be made of the finer stuff, i.e., worsted wool, and smooth to the touch. Still, all that said, it's rarely that cut — and — dried.

    Final Notes – The hard and fast rules: A suit jacket is a suit jacket. But if a jacket doesn’t have matching pants? Then most will be fine with using the terms blazer and sportcoat interchangeably. Unless it’s navy and has gold buttons. Then… it’s a blazer.


    And any "bespoke" suit (as opposed to "handmade") on Savile Row or Jermyn Street in London will tell you it is a suit COAT icon_smile.gif


    Originally, that's not the case

    Jacket vs Coat

    Is it a jacket or a coat? Many would say they are just the same and they can be used interchangeably. They are two related but different items of garments and even some fashion experts get confused with these two types of clothing.

    By definition, a coat is a long item of clothing worn by male or female. The functionality of the garment would be for additional warmth but it had been a part of fashion especially in the early nineteenth century.

    However, it rooted as an item worn as protection from weapon attacks. Originally, it may spell as “cote” and during the Middle Ages, there was an item of clothing called as “coat of mail”. It was actually a chain mail. A strong item of clothing that can protect an individual against minor weapon attacks.

    Eventually, the coat had become more as a fashion item and in the 19th century, it was worn by almost all people. That time, coats may be considered as undercoat or an overcoat. But eventually, coats will only denote overcoats.

    The term jacket had derived from coats, undercoats to be exact. Traditionally, jackets used to refer to specific types of undercoat. It is definitely shorter than the usual coats. Jackets’ lengths will typically extend to the upper thigh.

    The modern times had blurred this distinction and people had started to call jackets as coats and vice versa.

    But there are still some ways to distinguish them from each other; well, sort of. Coats now often refer to sport coats while jackets are now considered as suit jackets.


  • WrestlerBoy

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    Jun 13, 2014 7:28 PM GMT
    blkbodybdr said
    WrestlerBoy said
    blkbodybdr said
    WrestlerBoy saidI stopped watching when Mr Fashion referred to his "jacket". It's a suit COAT, not a "jacket".


    19-blazer-vs-sportcoat-0709-lg.jpg

    For the uninitiated:

    Blazer vs Sport Coat vs Suit Jacket

    In the U.S., blazer has come to mean anything that has sleeves and lapels and is worn with unmatched pants, but there are key differences between the three items you mention. In Europe and the tonier parts of the States — especially any place where messing about in boats is a big part of summer — a blazer [above, left] usually means a patch — pocket, navy — blue jacket with gold or (occasionally) silver buttons. The landlubberly sport coat [above, center], meanwhile, originally derived from the tweedy, robust coats worn while assisting in the untimely end of feathered or furry creatures. It had pockets with flaps, often an extra flapped ticket pocket, and was of softer construction than a suit jacket. As a modern fashion item, it should still retain the somewhat rustic, earthy look of its forebear (even when made in cashmere).

    A suit jacket [above, right] will always be made of the finer stuff, i.e., worsted wool, and smooth to the touch. Still, all that said, it's rarely that cut — and — dried.

    Final Notes – The hard and fast rules: A suit jacket is a suit jacket. But if a jacket doesn’t have matching pants? Then most will be fine with using the terms blazer and sportcoat interchangeably. Unless it’s navy and has gold buttons. Then… it’s a blazer.


    And any "bespoke" suit (as opposed to "handmade") on Savile Row or Jermyn Street in London will tell you it is a suit COAT icon_smile.gif


    Originally, that's not the case

    Jacket vs Coat

    Is it a jacket or a coat? Many would say they are just the same and they can be used interchangeably. They are two related but different items of garments and even some fashion experts get confused with these two types of clothing.

    By definition, a coat is a long item of clothing worn by male or female. The functionality of the garment would be for additional warmth but it had been a part of fashion especially in the early nineteenth century.

    However, it rooted as an item worn as protection from weapon attacks. Originally, it may spell as “cote” and during the Middle Ages, there was an item of clothing called as “coat of mail”. It was actually a chain mail. A strong item of clothing that can protect an individual against minor weapon attacks.

    Eventually, the coat had become more as a fashion item and in the 19th century, it was worn by almost all people. That time, coats may be considered as undercoat or an overcoat. But eventually, coats will only denote overcoats.

    The term jacket had derived from coats, undercoats to be exact. Traditionally, jackets used to refer to specific types of undercoat. It is definitely shorter than the usual coats. Jackets’ lengths will typically extend to the upper thigh.

    The modern times had blurred this distinction and people had started to call jackets as coats and vice versa.

    But there are still some ways to distinguish them from each other; well, sort of. Coats now often refer to sport coats while jackets are now considered as suit jackets.



    http://www.dlny.com

    He makes most of mine. Call him and ask him. He'll make you a bespoke JACKET, if you like, but you're using Walmart terminology. Oh, just don't ask him how much for a suit... he'll put the phone down on you.
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    WrestlerBoy said
    blkbodybdr said
    WrestlerBoy said
    blkbodybdr said
    WrestlerBoy saidI stopped watching when Mr Fashion referred to his "jacket". It's a suit COAT, not a "jacket".


    19-blazer-vs-sportcoat-0709-lg.jpg

    For the uninitiated:

    Blazer vs Sport Coat vs Suit Jacket

    In the U.S., blazer has come to mean anything that has sleeves and lapels and is worn with unmatched pants, but there are key differences between the three items you mention. In Europe and the tonier parts of the States — especially any place where messing about in boats is a big part of summer — a blazer [above, left] usually means a patch — pocket, navy — blue jacket with gold or (occasionally) silver buttons. The landlubberly sport coat [above, center], meanwhile, originally derived from the tweedy, robust coats worn while assisting in the untimely end of feathered or furry creatures. It had pockets with flaps, often an extra flapped ticket pocket, and was of softer construction than a suit jacket. As a modern fashion item, it should still retain the somewhat rustic, earthy look of its forebear (even when made in cashmere).

    A suit jacket [above, right] will always be made of the finer stuff, i.e., worsted wool, and smooth to the touch. Still, all that said, it's rarely that cut — and — dried.

    Final Notes – The hard and fast rules: A suit jacket is a suit jacket. But if a jacket doesn’t have matching pants? Then most will be fine with using the terms blazer and sportcoat interchangeably. Unless it’s navy and has gold buttons. Then… it’s a blazer.


    And any "bespoke" suit (as opposed to "handmade") on Savile Row or Jermyn Street in London will tell you it is a suit COAT icon_smile.gif


    Originally, that's not the case

    Jacket vs Coat

    Is it a jacket or a coat? Many would say they are just the same and they can be used interchangeably. They are two related but different items of garments and even some fashion experts get confused with these two types of clothing.

    By definition, a coat is a long item of clothing worn by male or female. The functionality of the garment would be for additional warmth but it had been a part of fashion especially in the early nineteenth century.

    However, it rooted as an item worn as protection from weapon attacks. Originally, it may spell as “cote” and during the Middle Ages, there was an item of clothing called as “coat of mail”. It was actually a chain mail. A strong item of clothing that can protect an individual against minor weapon attacks.

    Eventually, the coat had become more as a fashion item and in the 19th century, it was worn by almost all people. That time, coats may be considered as undercoat or an overcoat. But eventually, coats will only denote overcoats.

    The term jacket had derived from coats, undercoats to be exact. Traditionally, jackets used to refer to specific types of undercoat. It is definitely shorter than the usual coats. Jackets’ lengths will typically extend to the upper thigh.

    The modern times had blurred this distinction and people had started to call jackets as coats and vice versa.

    But there are still some ways to distinguish them from each other; well, sort of. Coats now often refer to sport coats while jackets are now considered as suit jackets.



    http://www.dlny.com

    He makes most of mine. Call him and ask him. He'll make you a bespoke JACKET, if you like, but you're using Walmart terminology. Oh, just don't ask him how much for a suit... he'll put the phone down on you.


    Perhaps, but Kiton, Brioni, Canili calls them Suit Jackets. Theee are some of the most expensive Men's clothing in the world, hardly Walmart terminology. Bespoked or otherwise.

    But at the end of the day who cares, right? icon_smile.gif
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    judgingyou saidThat video wasn't as obnoxiously lame as I expected it to be, but that advice is really only useful if you're basic as fuck. He obviously teaches the baby steps of mens fashion to presumably heterosexual men who have been dressed by their mother and their spouse until this point in their life.



    Why don't you do that fashion thread?
  • WrestlerBoy

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    Jun 13, 2014 7:34 PM GMT
    blkbodybdr said
    WrestlerBoy said
    blkbodybdr said
    WrestlerBoy said
    blkbodybdr said
    WrestlerBoy saidI stopped watching when Mr Fashion referred to his "jacket". It's a suit COAT, not a "jacket".


    19-blazer-vs-sportcoat-0709-lg.jpg

    For the uninitiated:

    Blazer vs Sport Coat vs Suit Jacket

    In the U.S., blazer has come to mean anything that has sleeves and lapels and is worn with unmatched pants, but there are key differences between the three items you mention. In Europe and the tonier parts of the States — especially any place where messing about in boats is a big part of summer — a blazer [above, left] usually means a patch — pocket, navy — blue jacket with gold or (occasionally) silver buttons. The landlubberly sport coat [above, center], meanwhile, originally derived from the tweedy, robust coats worn while assisting in the untimely end of feathered or furry creatures. It had pockets with flaps, often an extra flapped ticket pocket, and was of softer construction than a suit jacket. As a modern fashion item, it should still retain the somewhat rustic, earthy look of its forebear (even when made in cashmere).

    A suit jacket [above, right] will always be made of the finer stuff, i.e., worsted wool, and smooth to the touch. Still, all that said, it's rarely that cut — and — dried.

    Final Notes – The hard and fast rules: A suit jacket is a suit jacket. But if a jacket doesn’t have matching pants? Then most will be fine with using the terms blazer and sportcoat interchangeably. Unless it’s navy and has gold buttons. Then… it’s a blazer.


    And any "bespoke" suit (as opposed to "handmade") on Savile Row or Jermyn Street in London will tell you it is a suit COAT icon_smile.gif


    Originally, that's not the case

    Jacket vs Coat

    Is it a jacket or a coat? Many would say they are just the same and they can be used interchangeably. They are two related but different items of garments and even some fashion experts get confused with these two types of clothing.

    By definition, a coat is a long item of clothing worn by male or female. The functionality of the garment would be for additional warmth but it had been a part of fashion especially in the early nineteenth century.

    However, it rooted as an item worn as protection from weapon attacks. Originally, it may spell as “cote” and during the Middle Ages, there was an item of clothing called as “coat of mail”. It was actually a chain mail. A strong item of clothing that can protect an individual against minor weapon attacks.

    Eventually, the coat had become more as a fashion item and in the 19th century, it was worn by almost all people. That time, coats may be considered as undercoat or an overcoat. But eventually, coats will only denote overcoats.

    The term jacket had derived from coats, undercoats to be exact. Traditionally, jackets used to refer to specific types of undercoat. It is definitely shorter than the usual coats. Jackets’ lengths will typically extend to the upper thigh.

    The modern times had blurred this distinction and people had started to call jackets as coats and vice versa.

    But there are still some ways to distinguish them from each other; well, sort of. Coats now often refer to sport coats while jackets are now considered as suit jackets.



    http://www.dlny.com

    He makes most of mine. Call him and ask him. He'll make you a bespoke JACKET, if you like, but you're using Walmart terminology. Oh, just don't ask him how much for a suit... he'll put the phone down on you.


    Perhaps, but Kiton, Brioni, Canili calls them Suit Jackets. Theee are some of the most expensive Men's clothing in the world, hardly Walmart terminology. Bespoked or otherwise.

    But at the end of the day who cares, right? icon_smile.gif


    Nobody cares, so why contribute? :-) They are handMADE suits, NOT "bespoke". You can get a decent Brioni for 8k. Try that with Lance. You might get a tie. Or a "jacket" :-)
  • Joeyphx444

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    Jun 13, 2014 7:38 PM GMT
    Not all gay men dress well icon_rolleyes.gif
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    How shallow and dull am I that I actually find this stuff interesting???

    When I was in school, Our Teachers always referred to Our jackets as "coats."

    I thought it sounded very 19th century and fuddery.

    To Me, a coat was a winter garment.

    Unless of course You were talking about a Morning Coat - which about 1 half of less than 1% of the population actually has any need for.

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    Joeyphx444 saidNot all gay men dress well icon_rolleyes.gif


    A cruise through any gay bar will confirm that. I would venture to say that MOST gay men dress no better than their hetero brothers.
  • WrestlerBoy

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    Jun 13, 2014 8:02 PM GMT
    Cash saidHow shallow and dull am I that I actually find this stuff interesting???

    When I was in school, Our Teachers always referred to Our jackets as "coats."

    I thought it sounded very 19th century and fuddery.

    To Me, a coat was a winter garment.

    Unless of course You were talking about a Morning Coat - which about 1 half of less than 1% of the population actually has any need for.



    Precisely. My father still calls his big coat (the long thing for the winter) ...that goes over his suit coat...an... "overcoat".

    And we're interested in this shit because we're proud homosexuals, obviously :-)
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    Jun 13, 2014 8:10 PM GMT
    judgingyou said...that advice is really only useful if you're basic as fuck. ...

    That would be me. Typical attire: White New Balance cross trainers, white athletic sox pushed down so they're bunchy, kaki cargo shorts with a water bottle and keys on a halliard, basic black mock turtleneck t-shirt, my earbuds run under the shirt hitched into my pocketed iPod, black wraparound sunglasses, a black CAL logoed baseball cap, and a single strand of white pearls. icon_razz.gif
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    blkbodybdr said
    WrestlerBoy said
    blkbodybdr said
    WrestlerBoy said
    blkbodybdr said
    WrestlerBoy saidI stopped watching when Mr Fashion referred to his "jacket". It's a suit COAT, not a "jacket".


    19-blazer-vs-sportcoat-0709-lg.jpg

    For the uninitiated:

    Blazer vs Sport Coat vs Suit Jacket

    In the U.S., blazer has come to mean anything that has sleeves and lapels and is worn with unmatched pants, but there are key differences between the three items you mention. In Europe and the tonier parts of the States — especially any place where messing about in boats is a big part of summer — a blazer [above, left] usually means a patch — pocket, navy — blue jacket with gold or (occasionally) silver buttons. The landlubberly sport coat [above, center], meanwhile, originally derived from the tweedy, robust coats worn while assisting in the untimely end of feathered or furry creatures. It had pockets with flaps, often an extra flapped ticket pocket, and was of softer construction than a suit jacket. As a modern fashion item, it should still retain the somewhat rustic, earthy look of its forebear (even when made in cashmere).

    A suit jacket [above, right] will always be made of the finer stuff, i.e., worsted wool, and smooth to the touch. Still, all that said, it's rarely that cut — and — dried.

    Final Notes – The hard and fast rules: A suit jacket is a suit jacket. But if a jacket doesn’t have matching pants? Then most will be fine with using the terms blazer and sportcoat interchangeably. Unless it’s navy and has gold buttons. Then… it’s a blazer.


    And any "bespoke" suit (as opposed to "handmade") on Savile Row or Jermyn Street in London will tell you it is a suit COAT icon_smile.gif


    Originally, that's not the case

    Jacket vs Coat

    Is it a jacket or a coat? Many would say they are just the same and they can be used interchangeably. They are two related but different items of garments and even some fashion experts get confused with these two types of clothing.

    By definition, a coat is a long item of clothing worn by male or female. The functionality of the garment would be for additional warmth but it had been a part of fashion especially in the early nineteenth century.

    However, it rooted as an item worn as protection from weapon attacks. Originally, it may spell as “cote” and during the Middle Ages, there was an item of clothing called as “coat of mail”. It was actually a chain mail. A strong item of clothing that can protect an individual against minor weapon attacks.

    Eventually, the coat had become more as a fashion item and in the 19th century, it was worn by almost all people. That time, coats may be considered as undercoat or an overcoat. But eventually, coats will only denote overcoats.

    The term jacket had derived from coats, undercoats to be exact. Traditionally, jackets used to refer to specific types of undercoat. It is definitely shorter than the usual coats. Jackets’ lengths will typically extend to the upper thigh.

    The modern times had blurred this distinction and people had started to call jackets as coats and vice versa.

    But there are still some ways to distinguish them from each other; well, sort of. Coats now often refer to sport coats while jackets are now considered as suit jackets.



    http://www.dlny.com

    He makes most of mine. Call him and ask him. He'll make you a bespoke JACKET, if you like, but you're using Walmart terminology. Oh, just don't ask him how much for a suit... he'll put the phone down on you.


    Perhaps, but Kiton, Brioni, Canili calls them Suit Jackets. Theee are some of the most expensive Men's clothing in the world, hardly Walmart terminology. Bespoked or otherwise.

    But at the end of the day who cares, right? icon_smile.gif


    At the end of the day English is an ever evolving language. What something meant in the Middle Ages really has little bearing on modern usage. With the exception of people who frequent Renaissance festivals, hardly anyone wears a coat of mail today.
    The terms coat, jacket and sport coat are used interchangeably today. When a restaurant insists that gentlemen wear jackets they accept gentlemen wearing suit coats, suit jackets, sport coats, sport jackets, and blazers. None I suspect would allow Members Only jackets or coats of mail.
  • WrestlerBoy

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    Jun 13, 2014 8:21 PM GMT
    Ooooh, yes, coats of mail. We could re-trend them???
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    I have no style or sense of fashion. My gay best friend ridiculed me all the time. icon_confused.gif

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    Thank G-D all I ever wear is a G-string and combat boots.
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    Cash saidThank G-D all I ever wear is a G-string and combat boots.


    Show us pics or you ain't telling the truth. icon_lol.gificon_lol.gificon_lol.gif
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    Cash saidThank G-D all I ever wear is a G-string and combat boots.


    Show us pics or you ain't telling the truth. icon_lol.gificon_lol.gificon_lol.gif


    Like there aren't enuff pics???