Worth Every Penny – 12 Expensive Products For Men That Are Worth Their Money – Gentleman’s Gazette


Welcome back to the gentleman’s Gazette! In
today’s video, we will discuss twelve expensive products that are worth their money. I’ve
had all these products for years and because of that, I know they are worth it. In this
list, all those things that are either downright expensive or things that are relatively expensive
compared to other items you can get on the market. If you’ve watched our videos in the
past, you know that I always encourage you to invest in quality items because quality
items get better with age versus cheap items deteriorate over time. Also, I encourage you
to look at the cost per wear of an item, not just the upfront cost, because most of the
time, a quality item is less expensive in the long run. That being said, not every expensive
item has to be new, sometimes you can find quality items that used to be expensive but
you buy them used, that way, you can enjoy the quality benefits without having to go
all-in on the money. So what are the twelve expensive items that
are worth their money? In my opinion, the first one is a large leather
weekender or duffle bag. Most quality leather bags will likely run you around $1,000 or
more simply because of the high end leather. Ideally, you want it to be leather lined without
having the extra weight. I’ve received lots of compliments from my leather weekender because
it has a wonderful leather, it’s a classic brown tone which is nothing special, however,
it is chrome tanned in Italy and has a nice pull up effect. What that means is if I pull
on the leather, it creates a different effect. Also if I scratch it, I see a scratch mark
but then if I rub on it with my finger, it secretes some oils and the scratch mark is
hardly ever visible. This kind of leather creates a wonderful patina over time that
is lived in and unique to you and the experiences you had with your bag. I can use it when I
travel over the weekend or just as a carry-on, or simply as a bag that I bring to go to the
gym. Because of the leather, this kind of bag will be unique. No one else will have
one like you and it’s simply much more stylish and elegant than a nylon bag or a canvas bag.
It will also last longer and therefore, the cost per wear is low. The second expensive item is a pair of quality
socks. At $40, it is relatively expensive and if you go with materials like silk or
cashmere, you go out to 75 or $100- $120. Obviously, you can buy a pair of socks for
$1 less, the problem is, especially over the calf socks, is that they always slide down.
On top of that the material is cheap, the seams are thick, the socks are uncomfortable,
and you have to wear them all day. It’s probably no surprise you that I’m wearing $40.00 socks
from Fort Belvedere because I designed them myself and was sick and tired of socks that
would slide down so I came up with a design of high quality yarns with socks that stayed
up with the right elastics. On top of that, I wanted two tone colors because they make
it much easier to combine the socks with your outfits and your shoes. To learn more about
how to do that, please check out this guide here. At the same time quality socks that
are more expensive come in different sizes. For example, Fort Belvedere offers four sizes
so you get exactly the right fit for your foot. Because we use a very expensive high
quality long staple cotton yarns, they will last longer, and the cost per wear is as low
or lower than a cheaper pair of socks. To check out the full selection of our socks,
please check out our shop and if you buy more, the price goes down, that way your cost per
wear is even lower. The third item that is worth its money is
an overcoat. Yes, you can find overcoats for less than 200 dollars but a quality overcoat
from natural materials such as wool, or cashmere, will run you at least a thousand dollars or
more. Not only does it keep you warm during the cold months of the year, but it’s also
very stylish. You can wear it on top with a suit, a jacket, or just your regular sweater.
If you buy a classic overcoat such as a duffle coat in Ulster, or maybe a paletot, you’ll
get something you can wear for years to come. In my opinion, the best value is a hundred
percent wool overcoat out of a heavy wool. If money is no object for you, go with a cashmere
blend which is softer, usually not as heavy, and it wears out more quickly. If you can
just invest in one overcoat, I suggest going with a navy or dark blue overcoat, a paletot
which is very simple with a peak lapel that is double-breasted because the extra layers
keep you warm. If you’re a budget, overcoats are a great item to buy second-hand because
they don’t fit as snugly because of the heavy fabric, they drape better, and they’re just
more forgiving than a suit would be. Basically, all the overcoats in my collection are vintage
and I was able to get quality pieces at very low price. It ranges from a vintage Chester
Barrie paletot overcoat with a velvet collar to a British warm or just a casentino style
double-breasted navy overcoat that I have found at Bobby from Boston. The fourth expensive item that’s worth its
money is a nice pair of well fitting gloves. Usually price point wise, you have to invest
between hundred fifty dollars, if you want to go with peccary leather, we’re talking
more about three hundred plus dollars. First of all, your gloves should fit tightly and
it should be made of a soft glove leather that stretches with the movements of your
hands. You also want quirks between the fingers because it increases the range of movement
and makes it more comfortable. To learn more about the glove leathers, please check out
our glove leather guide here. You want them to be finally sewn either by hand or by machine
and you want something that just gets better with age. For example, lamb Napa is really
soft and very nice but it will wear out more quickly than peccary leather which is really
made to last. For example, I’ve had this pair of peccary gloves for over 10 years. I would
wear them outside in the winter, they got all wet but I could wash them and dry them
and they’ve developed a patina over the years. They’re too big and don’t fit me really well
that’s why I decided to create my own but overall, the leather is top-notch and that’s
how a peccary glove will age over time. For a selection of quality gloves, please check
out our shop here and if you want to see how one of our gloves is made and what goes into
it, please check out this guide here. Fifth item that is worth its money is a pair
of precious metal cufflinks. Price-wise, it can range all the way from 300 dollars up
to $25,000. So why should you invest in a pair of cufflinks? It’s simply one of those
few jewelry items for men apart from a ring that look very dapper, elegant, and classic.
Most modern cufflinks these days are made in China, the not made out of precious metal,
they look cheap, gaudy, and they’re quite loud. On the other hand, classic cufflinks
for example, knots or some with precious or semi-precious stones as well as cloisonné
enamel cufflinks are made by true artisans and craftsmen that put all their knowledge
into it and because it is made of a precious metal, it will last you for a lifetime and
you can even hand it down to your children and grandchildren. If you invest in a piece
like Cartier, Van Cleef and Arpels, or Tiffany, you also pay for the brand name and their
experience. How much you should invest in a pair of cufflinks is of course entirely
up to you but just a comparison; on the one hand, you have a pair of Tiffany cufflinks
in 18 karat gold, they’re hollow, they’re not solid, and they cost $2,700, on the other
hand, we have a pair of monkey fist knot Fort Belvedere cufflinks, the shape was hand-carved
and it’s an actual rope knot and you can see how it’s nice and twisted, they’re also solid
and therefore much heavier than the gold cufflinks from Tiffany’s. I think both of them can
be worn for a lifetime and because the plating is so thick, it won’t rub. The Fort Belvedere
cufflinks only costs $325 so whether it’s worth it to spend more than $2,000 for a gold
version from a brand name is again up to you but what I am trying to explain to you is
that you can find quality items that will last and you don’t always have to go with
a top dollar amount to get it The sixth item that I think you should invest
in are pinkie rings. They’re just a wonderful addition to a classic gentleman’s wardrobe
and it’s not something a lot of other people will wear. The problem is, it’s very difficult
to find classic shapes in nice materials such as sterling silver or gold on the market today.
Either you have to go custom and spend several thousand dollars on the ring or you go vintage
but it costs a lot of time, you often find lots of crappy rings. Personally, all the
Rings in my collection right now are vintage, they range from sterling silver, all the way
to solid 18 karat gold and everything in between. Because so difficult to find new ones we’re
currently working on them so stay tuned. The seventh item worth investing in is a Montblanc
meisterstuck fountain pen. Of course, there are lots of other great manufacturers of fountain
pens. Italian ones such as Xmas, maybe Parker, or you name it, however, the Montblanc meisterstuck
pen has been around for a very long time. It’s a very classic status symbol for many
but it’s also a very good item that will not wear out prematurely. It has a nice gold nib
and it writes very beautifully. At one point in time, I owned over a hundred Montblanc
fountain pens because I was a collector and fountain pens is actually what got me into
men’s clothing. Today, I reduced my collection a lot and I only have three Montblanc fountain
pens; one is a meisterstuck 149 which is their biggest flagship model and it has a 3b nib
which is quite wide and use it for signatures, another one has just a b nib and I use it
to write or take notes and then have a vintage piece which is very old, it was made out of
celluloid, it had a solid brass telescope mechanism inside versus the modern meisterstuck
fountain pens are made out of resin and inside is like a plastic lever mechanism. That being
said, the old fountain pen doesn’t work so well anymore because the seal is not tight,
because they used to have cork inside. The new ones seal very well and they probably
will last you for a lifetime. Interestingly over the time, the price has steadily increased
to now almost a thousand dollars. When I started, they cost about half but even then, you could
find them used on eBay the problem is, there lots of fakes out there especially for Montblanc
so I suggest you only buy from trusted sources. Eighth item worth its money is a pair of Goodyear
welted shoes. Which style you want heavily depends on what kind of lifestyle you live.
A good year welted pair of shoes is usually made from a higher-quality leather than a
glued pair of shoes. It also has a more classic last that will stand the test of time and
it can be resold which is less expensive than buying a new pair. Now price wise, you can
spend under two hundred dollars or three thousand dollars on a pair of good year shoes, of course,
the difference is the quality of the leather, the patina, or the hand coloring, the finish,
also the bottom and at the details are gonna be much more intricate on higher-end shoes.
More expensive shoes will probably have a hand-stitched good year welt, they’ll have
a nice waist, and a lot more time went into your construction of that shoe. Of course,
if you spend two thousand dollars or more, you also can get a custom Goodyear welted
shoe and that’s just a wonderful experience because it really is perfectly suited to your
foot and your foot alone. Is it worth spending $3,000 over two hundred dollars? I think it’s
a very personal choice but if you have a foot that works with most lasts of higher-end companies
and they usually come in different widths and different shapes, you find something that
works for you, it’s definitely a much better value to go that route. That being said, it
will never be as comfortable as a bespoke shoe. to learn more about the differences
in Goodyear welted shoes, please check out this video here. The ninth expensive item worth investing in
is a quality belt. I know belts are probably not something you might deem expensive because
you can find them for $10 but you can also find some for $3,000. In my experience, a
quality belt cost upwards of about a hundred and fifty dollars. The difference of course
with quality belts is that they all have a high-end leather material on the inside, as
well as on the outside, and also on the lining. Now, most belts today including quality belts
are edge painted which means the leather is cut on the edges and then burnished and painted
to create a uniform look. The really high quality belts are thinned out at the edges
which means you need more leather and then they’re folded and sewn together. It’s just
a construction that lasts much longer than an edge painted construction and it’s a true
hallmark of a quality leather belt. Another detail about the quality belt is its buckle.
Most belt buckles in the market today are made of a material called zamac. It’s an alloy
made out of the zinc, aluminum, magnesium, and copper, the problem is, it will age very
poorly and it’s scratches very easily so over time, you have to throw your belt away even
though the leather might not be worn out but the buckle just looks crappy. Higher-end buckle
is a solid brass buckle. Over time, brass develops a patina and because of that, it’s
often gold plated, or platinum, or palladium plated, for more formal dress belts that you
would wear with a suit. Now the plating and thickness of the buckle can have a huge impact
not only on the longevity of the buckle, but also on the price. In my opinion, a solid
brass buckle with a nice thick coating either gold, or palladium, is probably your best
value for the money. If money is of no concern to you, you may want to look into solid 925
sterling silver buckles or solid 14 or 18 karat gold buckles. Now that’s a whole
other level and the buckle itself will be worth more than the entire belt itself. Is
it worth it getting for example, a sterling silver buckle versus a solid brass and pay
three or four hundred dollars more? It depends it’s a true luxury item and silver just develops
a patina that you won’t see on a plated brass buckle. The 10th expensive item I would invest in
is a professional camera. I know most people today use cellphones and they think they are
pro cameras but they’re actually not. A pro level camera has a large sensor, it allows
you to get a wonderful depth of field which means the amount is in sharpness versus the
out-of-focus areas; just creates a very beautiful look and in combination with the increased
sharpness and the color rendition, it’s just a very different experience. Personally, I
use DSLR cameras such as the Nikon d80 or a Nikon d 500. It has the advantage that it
comes with interchangeable lenses but overall, you need to invest between about five to ten
thousand dollars to get a nice DSLR with a range of lenses that allow you to basically
photograph everything you want. In my opinion, it’s totally worth it because with a business
where I use it but even for just personal use, I would recommend to invest in a more
upscale camera. Of course, if you’re rich, you want the very best in quality, you have
to go with a medium format digital camera such as a Hasselblad, however, bear in mind
that these pictures oftentimes have a hundred megapixels so you need a whole ecosystems
of computers, cards, and everything that work together, so you can develop a workflow and
actually get those pictures. It’s more something for a pro photographer, not something for
an amateur. The 11th item is a wallet. A wallet is something
you wear everyday, you pull it out when you maybe pay for a business meal, and overall,
it develops a nice patina if it’s made of quality letter. A cheap wallet on the other
hand just falls apart and it looks older. In my opinion, a wallet should always be an
attractive item that you like wearing, that has a nice touch, a nice feel, and it’s something
that lasts. Let’s say you invest $285 in a Fort Belvedere wallet which is made of the
highest quality leather there is in Germany, if you break it down to the cost per wear,
you probably end up of 5 to 15 cents a day depending on how you treat it and how long
it would last you. The 12th expensive item that I think is worth
investing money in is your smartphone. Personally, I use my smartphone every day. I do lots of
business dealings with it and because of that. I always buy the top model when it comes out
and then I’ll use it for two years. At that point, I can sell it for 200 bucks or pass
it on to a relative. For example, just here today I bought the new pixel 2 XL phone; with
taxes and everything included, it costs me over a thousand bucks, however if I can use
it for two years and I break it down, it costs me only about a dollar and 40 per day. Personally,
I’d love to buy a modular phone so I could do exactly what I want without creating too
much waste because as you know, with the technological advances in the smartphone market, we’ve new
things coming out every month almost and because of that, we have a lot of old phones that
are just discarded which is a huge waste and a big ecological problem. Unfortunately, there
doesn’t seem to be a more eco-friendly option out there so you have to stick with what it
is. Why do I go with a Google phone rather than iPhone? I’m just not part of the Apple
ecosystem, we use a lot of Google products, and it simply works for us. Also, I like the
fact that it doesn’t come with any kind of bloatware such as on Samsung, LG’s, or Huawei
where security and other updates are necessary, Google phones usually receive them first. What are expensive items that you think are
worth the money? Please share in the comments below. Today I’m wearing a classic fall outfit which
consists of a three button single breasted tweed coat in a nice chocolate color I found
that one vintage and pairing it with a burgundy vest and a red striped shirt the tie is a
silk knit tie from Fort Belvedere you can find it in our shop here same is true
for my silk wool pocket square and my cufflinks I chose gold monkey fist knot cufflinks because
they’re classic and they work well with my knit tie as well as the buttons on my waistcoat
because I have a louder vest pocket square I went with just plain Navy
corduroy pants which are typical for fall winter outfits I combined them with brown
jodhpur boots and you want to learn more about boots please check out the guide on our website
here socks I’m wearing are likewise Fort belvedere they’re the blue and red ones but you can
hardly see them when you have boots I like them because they go over the calf they stay
up and keep me warm and dressy all day to add a little something special to my outfit
I went with a pinky ring which is a nice green tourmaline and I also added a boutonniere
flower which is an Edelweiss from Fort Belvedere and you can find it here

100 Comments

  • I'm quite surprised you don't have a gentleman's knife. You seem like a William Henry kind of guy.

  • Showing up to the gym with a $1000 leather bag says one thing. Im not here to lift grown up weight.

  • You missed the watch.

  • How about a video on lighters, such as DuPont?

  • That first over coast looks terrible!

  • I would put watches on the list.

  • This guy is classy by definition but still looks like a slob somehow…

  • The watch!

  • Is that a time traveller movie or something!!

  • Dude for a guy in the fashion industry, how is it that your trousers and jeans bunch at the ankle. Not acceptable.

  • Wow these men comments are worst than women. If you don't have the money, don't see the video.

  • Where can I get the duffel bag

  • That leather duffel bag burnt my eyes. Looks like you are hanging a piece of leather around your neck.

  • Tie, watch, fragrance, car…
    I would have expected those rather than ring or cuffs or socks

  • A bag is a bag. No matter the material. Use it for its purpose. I'm not rich, but I buy quality stuff, for it lasts longer. For instance: I bought me a pair of Grenson chelsea laced boots after seeing Merel Streep wearing them in Out of Africa (1985, bought them that same year). Last week, so 34 years later!!!) I gave them to my longtime friend, my feet have grown one size after giving birth 21 years ago and by aging (57 yrs of age now). You should see a pair of good quality handmade leather shoes, worn often, polished often, re-soled with beautiful new leather soles….nothing better. My friend did them justice: brought them to a shoe maker to reanimate them. Then sent me a picture….and holy cow, that's what shoes are about!! The older they get, just as with men: the more beautiful they look. Take good care of something good and you get the benefit of it.

  • Film cameras are better

  • I've been able to purchase several excellent wool overcoats a second hand stores.

  • The only reason you should ever buy a $5000+ camera is if you're a professional photographer working for billion-dollar companies who need top-notch photos. Even with a $700 camera, you can get excellent photos that look nearly as good as a $5000 camera. What you should really invest in is a good lens and then your time learning how to use photoshop.

  • I agree with the gloves, I got a very expensive pair $120 about 25 years ago and still have them. I've even used them for yard work a few times when it was freezing out and they're still not worn through.

  • I think every man needs a really hood carry on piece of luggage. Something functional,
    Sophisticated but stylish. Personally I am still a soft side luggage guy just because spinners / hardside have failed on me in the past. However , I am always looking for recommendations.

  • So a pair of $500 Yeezys made in China for $10 aren't worth it? 🤣😂

  • If you a person that carries a firearm, a quality holster is a must

  • I love the clothing in this video. Thanks for posting!

  • knives and TRIGGER ALERT: a backpack

  • I think watches are worth their money, by example mine is a 1970s LIP French pocket watch that has cost €270 and keeps well the time, and I’m also going to receive a 1960s wrist watch of the same brand and same price

  • I like most of your videos but this one I just can't agree with. I dont think There's any reason to spend a lot of money on things like cufflinks and rings. Nobody is going to be able to tell the difference between an expensive and cheap one.

  • To be a gentleman you need to be rich first ?? Daym.

  • What about a watch?

  • Bruh, if you want a nice fountain pen, look everywhere but Montblanc. So many pens have the same classic cigar design and world-class gold nibs for nearly a quarter of the price. Platinum 3776, Sailor 1911, Pilot Custom 74, Pilot Custom 823. Or get a more modern classic like a Lamy 2000 or Pilot Vanishing point. Aurora, visconti, diplomat. Point is there are much better options.

  • Instead of an overcoat get a thin down filled puffer jacket that fits over suit jacket. It will be warmer than one of these thick wool overcoats, and you can roll up into your bag if you go in a train or a mall, instead of sweating like a pig. Took me years to realize this, duh, enjoy modern stylish technology not 1920s.

  • 12:14 "Cooper". Sorry but I had to point that out, otherwise great video!

  • I would say a watch since you can resell it for almost the retaile price

  • Where is that accent from?

  • It's no more than trolling to me to claim that decent manners or even education r much more important to behave as a gentleman among the comments of a video lecturing on the external and functional items to be useful for gentlemen to have them equipped.

    The advice given in the video can actually be helpful to those ppl struggling to feed their families in the case that they r employees of those business corporations since the gear is capable of playing a critical role during business meetings or conferences and perhaps sometimes the well selected equipment could just make ur daily commuting less irritating. Yet anyway, regarding the theme here is to provide the guidance on the self-investments to upgrade urself, the ppl short of bucks to make (any kind of) investment could simply not react to any suggestion provided in this video, it's just like u r hardly possible to make any investment when u r broke or about to be broke.

    The logic that I won't trust on any suggestion u provided on selecting and pairing items considering u r actually selling some of ur recommended products simply makes no sense to me since it can't be more reasonable that someone engages in a career in the industry of which he or she is fond and launch the products up to his or her standards and hence he or she is proud of recommending them to their valuable customers.

  • Welcome back to the gentlemannnnnnn’s gazette

  • You forgot about the watch.

  • The more videos I watch, the more condescending he seems to be towards the "everyday" man.

  • Pinky rings! Really? 🤣

  • The most expensive phone is just a total waste. The performance vs price is totally out of proportion. A new 200 dollar phone will last you 2 years as well and can do almost everything your high end phone can. Tbh what do we really do on our phones? Text, google stuff, watch videos and play simple games.

  • I find it funny that he advised a belt. If you simply get your pants fitted or a pair that fits well you won't need one. A belt splits your image and separates your whole outfit. I'm not surprised that he didn't mention this as he doesn't seem to have any of his pants tailored. In short just get well fitting paints that are tapered.

  • A gym membership, proper posture are both “kohlty items” that develop a nice patina over time

  • Are these the only ways to look horrible or you have more?

  • Nice video!

  • Sunglasses that they are not made from Luxottica with Fancy Brands that they don't have Nothing to do with sunglasses.
    Sunglasses they are made of Mineral Crystal that they never scratches. My sugestion, "Vuarnet"

  • Sup Mr bean

  • Ehhhh I don't know, man. On the one hand, the suggestions are good, especially buying quality stuff used and looking for vintage gems. But then.. You focus entirely on the gaudy/deliberately obnoxiously old school accessories, and the stuff you actually choose to put on, horribly clashes to the point of sometimes looking outright clownish, then you're also selling us something, and you seem to talk about the things that come with being a gentleman a lot more than the values, temperament, and behavior a gentleman exhibits.

    This strikes me as you fanboying J.P. Morgan (the man) more than you being a mentor to aspiring gentlemen.

  • “Investments” are things you look to benefit from in the future. I promise you, thousand dollar cuff links is a terrible investment

  • walter

  • You'd think the most expensive product that's an investment for gentlemen (or ladies) would be classical education that includes cultural improvement, that ALLOWS the said gentleman/lady to pick out these things without someone influencing his/her taste. Donald Trump with all of the above is no gentleman, because he would not have the intellectual or cultural capability to pick them out on his own.

    Oh wait. Education actually takes time and effort. Buying a Meisterstuck takes about two seconds. Also, significantly cheaper nowadays.

  • Friend: down to go shopping?

    Me: yes! I’ve been meaning to buy me some 40 dollar socks!

  • Why a Goodyear Welt instead of a Full Welt?

  • I agree with a nice bag, nice shoes, nice coat, and a nice smartphone. Wallet and belt can be bought very decent quality quite inexpensive. The rest items are nonsense and for most men are completely useless.

  • Buying $400 wallet so it will remain empty for a year seems like a quality investment

  • invest in a smartphone and camera but not a watch? you call yourself a gentleman? pfft

  • Welcome to 1875….

  • Why always promoting leather? Living in the past & killing cows?

  • Would a pocket watch be worth it

  • EVeRY GeNTeLMaN HaS tO HaVe An F4E phantom II oR eLSe He IS a PeASaNT.

  • I’ll be honest, I don’t know anyone who dresses like this. I agree with staying stylish, like I usually wear a button down, sweater, khakis, watch to school, but half this stuff is just goofy

  • I appreciate your Victorian era styled appetite.

  • How and where do you store all your clothes??? I think he looks great. Love his looks

  • Two things I tell my kids to never skimp on, tattoos and lawyers. Pay the extra to get the best. A good lawyer will more than pay for themselves and nothing screams “makes poor decisions” like a cheap tattoo.

  • My dad use same quality socks

  • I was amazed when he started talking about cameras like I thought he would paint stuff
    Oh and also the smartphone
    I thought he used to write letter

  • I‘m pretty sure my German teacher watches this video

  • Does anyone else feel his voice is irritating?

  • The Guy is a snob. Cufflinks wasted money – better invested in a quality Watch. Socks for 15 Usd instead of 40 a real investment. Leatherbag Usd 1000 think Water bad Idea. For show of in a Hotel Ok – but not in the Mountain or outdoors.

  • The way you stand your posture looks like MR . BEAN 😝

  • You get what you pay for 🙂

  • If you're into them, a really nice gun is definitely something that is worth the money. You'll be paying upwards of $3,000-$5,000 for it, but it's then something you can pass on to your family or kids. And without a doubt there will be stories to tell behind it.

  • This guy likes his vintage style. But he's absolutely right that you should invest in your shoes, bag and a coat at least (all matching your personal style) – these things are very visible and the difference between cheap and quality is striking.

  • I'm pretty sure the overcoats aren't fit at all

  • This pinky ring thing is a joke… Who wears these anymore. Dr. Evil from Austin Powers did a great job showing why men should not wear it…

  • No patina for the phone?

  • thanks al capone now i can extort business owners in style

  • Those pants make you look like a peasant

  • Respectfully, why, will all you cover, do you not consider an updated, face-shape based, hairstyle? Critical, a very critical component to a well styled man; in my opinion.

  • He has a dressy “dapper” style but none of the swagger is takes to pull it off he has weak shoulders and wearing these clothes 24/7 isn’t stylistically smart you need more diversity no matter what.

  • I like watching this and realizing I’ll never be able to get these things

  • A strong computer

  • This guy has absolutely no cool factor what so ever. I've seen guys in overalls look better than this old fashioned clown.

  • Can you do a tutorial on how to make this sort of money

  • DSLR's have had their day – something like a Sony Alpha camera with some nice Zeiss lenses is a better option, and can produce even better images than SLR's due to normal lenses vs the retro-focus lenses required for SLR's.

    Cannot agree more with you on the Google Pixel phone. I've been running Android 10 for six months, and my Samsung won't get that for probably another six months, and I still can't get rid of Bixby.

  • I do hope your socks are comfortable, because they make you look like a clown. No matter how well dressed a clown is, they never look dapper. They just look like a clown.

    It occurs to me that there is a fine line between being a gentlemen and being a fop.

  • Please come to Boston and show these people how to dress every city in the United States should have someone like you teaching them how to be a gentleman and dressing properly you should start visiting different states and give your opinion on them thanks for your time and your knowledge

  • For the coat it costs 10 bucks second hand in france

  • 40 $ socks? And what kind of a sock slides down? I buy 5pack of socks for 7$ and yea, they tend to develop holes fast, but they never slide down…

  • You're going to wear 70 dollar socks as long as I would wear 70 x $1 socks???

  • Change the flower on your lapel for a stalk of celery and you’re dressed to be the next Dr. Who

  • I’m surprised there was nothing of watches!

  • I think a high quality suitcase is also worth the money. Im saving up for a Rimowa one. 🙂

  • Invest in a pair of high quality headphones!

  • A golden AK-47 or desert eagle are worth it too.

  • If you ask me, I'd just be dressing like Agent 47 every day.

  • I'm a 110 years old this guy let me feel young again thank you son

  • We visited a place with a chrome tanned lounge suite. We scratched it. To see the scratches come out. They didn’t. Looked disastereous. 🤣🤣🤣🤣

  • White nike socks don’t falls own and they are 10 pounds for a pack of 4

  • How much would you spend on a vicuna over coat, & what would be your bias towards it ?

  • As a hypebeast this mf makes me wanna crop walk through blood territory 💀

  • Money can't buy good taste

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