Antonio Reacts To Gentleman’s Gazette’s
[0:00:00] Gentlemen, today, I’m reacting to Raphael
Schneider’s video 19 Things a Man Should Never Wear. [Music] Okay. So, let’s get into this. [Music] Okay. Good intro. Good job. I love how he actually modeled what not to
wear. I need to do that, right? Raphael: I know some of you will say in this
day and age, I can wear whatever I want and you’re quite right. Today, you can wear whatever you want. At the same time, you can also inhale asbestos
or you can drink water from lead pipes. Antonio: [Laughs] I love his logic here. Yes, you can wear whatever you want, but you
can also inhale asbestos and you can drink water from lead pipes. Love it. Raphael: Well, just because you can, doesn’t
mean you should. Antonio: Just because you can do something,
doesn’t mean you should. Boom! Raphael knows his stuff. He’s probably been watching my channel. Raphael: The first thing you should never
wear as a man are sandals. They look particularly bad when you combine
them with socks. But, even on their own, there may be something
that people who really into outdoor stuff wear… Antonio: Now, I disagree with his first point. Sandals have been around for thousands of
years and I feel in the right circumstances very casual circumstances, you could pull
them off. But, I do agree no sandals with socks and
sandals in general I think are over played, there’s a lot of other options men should
look at. Raphael: The same goes for flip flops, unless
you’re at the pool… Antonio: And flip flops, come on, don’t
be so hard. You can wear them also in the shower. Raphael: It’s always easy to say what not
to wear, but what should you wear instead? Well, for summer I think an ideal shoe are
alparagatas… Antonio: Okay. So, he talks about alparagatas. 99.9% of men in the world do not even know
what those are. Raphael: They’re actually shoes that are
originally from Mallorca and they have a huge sole which some kind of a straw sometimes
they have some rubber added to it. Antonio: The shoes are from Mallorca. And, again, 99.9 of people in the world do
not even know where that’s at. Sorry, I’m apologizing in advance to you
guys over in Mallorca. Raphael: If you want to go a notch up in formality,
go with perforated punch holed leather shoes… Antonio: I agree. Perforated leather shoes are underrated and
are great options. Raphael: And it looks very summery and elegant. The second thing you should never wear are
cargo shorts. They just make you look like a douche bag
and… Antonio: I can’t believe it, he’s attacking
cargo shorts. Guys, you probably know I made an entire video
defending cargo shorts which I’ll link to down in the description. Go check it out. Now, to Raphael’s defense, he knows that
a lot of these items can be worn in certain situations, but he’s talking about, you
know, for the stylish man that wants to look good under normal situations. Raphael: My third men’s style pet peeve
is wearing a matching tie and a pocket square. Antonio: Matching tie and pocket square, agreed,
don’t do it. Raphael: My fourth style pet peeve is wearing
a suit with short socks. No one wants to see your hairy calves… Antonio: Raphael, what do you mean nobody
wants to see your hair calves? Come on, people want to see mine, right? And I love how he makes the point if you shave
your legs, it’s still not appropriate. [Laughs]
Raphael: The fifth thing you should never wear is a necktie with a dress shirt when
the top button of the dress shirt is unbuttoned. It just looks sloppy. And the sole purpose of wearing a tie is to
make you look more dapper and elegant. Antonio: I agree. If you’re going to wear a tie, have the
top button buttoned. Makes sense. Raphael: The seventh thing you should never
wear a square-toed shoes. Usually, it’s… Antonio: Agreed. Square-toed shoes are the devil. Do not wear them. Raphael: And they’re just plain ugly and
they showed everyone around you that you have no clue about dressing well. My eighth style pet peeve are tennis socks. Unless, you’re at the gym, there’s really
no reason you should ever wear them. Wearing white tennis socks with brogues or
with long pants or even with shorts in a public setting that is not the gym make you look
like a peasant. Antonio: Wearing white tennis socks makes
you look like a peasant. Raphael, you win the internet. I have never heard anyone use that word in
normal conversation. Raphael: The ninth thing you should never
wear is the Windsor tie knot. I know… Antonio: All right. So, never wear the Windsor tie knot, I disagree. If you’re a larger guy and if you wear a
quality necktie, it’s a great look. Raphael: You should never wear are satin silk
ties especially not for day wear. Maybe if you want something for the evening… Antonio: I agree. Satin ties not really a good idea. Raphael: My eleventh style pet peeves are
sports sunglasses. They’re just not something you should ever
wear with a formal wardrobe in public. Instead, go with classic sunglasses that have
stood the test of time… Antonio: I agree. Solid information. Good points on sunglasses. Raphael: Maybe wayfarers. My twelfth pet peeve is when grown men wear
jerseys in public. Antonio: Grown men wearing jerseys in public. Okay. This one is going to be interesting. Raphael: By that, I mean sports jerseys have
usually only wear if you go to a sporting event and you want to support your team. Otherwise, they’re wholly inappropriate
and just always make you look very immature. Thirteenth. In the same vein, go slogan t-shirts. It just makes you look like a thirteen-year
old boy who wants to express himself, but doesn’t know quite how and… Antonio: All right. So, he was pretty hard on wearing jerseys
and slogan t-shirts in public, but to be honest, he’s right. [0:05:01]
Raphael: My fourteenth style pet peeve is when men wear regular neckties for black tie
events. You’ll see it on the red carpet in Hollywood
every year around The Oscars and it’s just plain wrong. It’s a formal dress code and it looks like
you don’t know what you’re doing. Antonio: All right. So, he’s got a good point about black tie. Black tie, you are allowed to change up one
thing, but there are rules there for a reason and I think that black tie rules should be
observed. Raphael: The fifteenth thing you should never
wear is a belt with a vest. A vest should be either worn with just side
adjusters or suspenders because a belt will create a gap between your waistband or your
pants and your… Antonio: All right. So, he makes a good point about the belt and
vest, but from a practical perspective I know a lot of you guys don’t have suspenders
or side adjusters. So, in that case, just simply take the belt
off and wear the trousers without a belt. It will actually still look pretty good. Raphael: My sixteenth style pet peeve are
backpacks. I think only school boys should wear backpacks,
otherwise there’s no place for them in public, unless you go hiking or to a… Antonio: All right. So, I disagree with Raphael here on backpacks. I think he’s a little bit too harsh on them. I do think a man can wear a professional backpack
made of leather or a particular type of synthetic material if it’s got a nice design. Really, you don’t want to wear it with a
suit or a sports jacket because you can damage the shoulders right here. But, you know for some guys they’re getting
in and out of buses, they’re moving around, they don’t want to carry a bag on their
side because it kind of offsets and some guys have complained about back or shoulder issues. So, I get this why some men would want a backpack. Raphael: My seventeenth style pet peeve are
men who wear ties that are way too long. The problem is, they come underneath their
jacket and if you don’t wear a jacket, they even accentuate your balls which is just not
where you want people to look at. Antonio: I agree with Raphael on the length
of your tie. It needs to be right a long tie, yes, as Raphael
said will point at your balls. Raphael: My eighteenth pet peeve are large
armholes in a suit or a jacket. Not only they make you look like a football
player, but they’re… Antonio: Now, that’s being really nitpicky
talking about armholes because I know for most guys they’re buying off-the-rack, so
it’s something you’re really going to look and find a brand that works for your
particular body type. The thing with large armholes is it’s made
to fit a wide variety of people, you’re going to want to go with a particular brand
that, again, works for your body type or go custom. Raphael: The nineteenth thing you should never
wear as self-respecting man are big gaudy wristwatches that just scream for attention. Antonio: So, don’t wear big watches that
scream for attention. Raphael, you got a problem with this? Is that big enough for you, Raphael? Yeah. How about I jump in my truck and go show you
in person? Yeah, let’s do it. All right, guys. So, let’s find out what does Raphael think
of this watch. What do you think, Raphael? Is this too gaudy? Raphael: This is obnoxiously big. [Laughs]
Antonio: This is obnoxious? This is not obnoxious watch. Raphael: No, it’s actually it looks very
new. Antonio: Thanks. Raphael: It looks brand spanking new. Antonio: It’s a year old. Raphael: Antonio takes good care of his stuff. Antonio: Yeah. One of my daughters is just looking back there. Raphael: Oh, yeah? Antonio: Yeah. In case you guys didn’t know, we’re great
friends. Get out to Menfluential and meet this guy. Raphael: Absolutely. I’ll be there. He’ll be there. Lots of people over there. We’ll have a blast. Antonio: All right. Take care, guys. Raphael: Bye. Antonio: All right, gents. So hopefully you enjoyed today’s video. I’m linking to Raphael’s channel and some
of his best videos down in the description of this video. Go check him out. He’s got an amazing channel. He’s a great friend and I am proud to support
him. And, if you didn’t know, guys, Raphael speaks
at my conference in Atlanta, Georgia that I invite you to which is Menfluential. Guys, if you haven’t checked out this conference,
you want to go do it, I’m going to link to it as well down in the description. But, this is a two-day event that can help
you become the man you know yourself to be. Guys, your favorite YouTubers are going to
be there. We’re talking Aaron Marino, Jose Zuniga. You’re going to see Baron over at the Effortless
Gent, Brock over at the Modest Man. Gents, too many amazing people to list, but
if you want to see the full list of speakers, again, I’m linking it down in the description. Go check out, it’s an awesome event. I’m proud to put it on for you. And now, gents, it your turn. I want to hear from you down in the comments
what do you think of this video. If you liked this video, click on that like
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on that subscribe button go click on that bell so that you get the notifications. Gentlemen, that’s it. Take care. I will see you in the next video. [Music]
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Dennis Veasley

100 thoughts on “Antonio Reacts To Gentleman’s Gazette (Sven Raphael Schneider) | No Filter Opinion Of GG”

  1. Do you want more reaction videos? Who should I feature next?

    https://www.youtube.com/gentlemansgazette – Click here to check out Raphael Schneider's channel Gentleman's Gazette

    https://menfluentialconference.com/ – Are you ready for Menfluential 2019? Grab your tickets here

     Another great video? Antonio Reacts To Alex Costa's Video – https://youtu.be/GKpKPxJ0bmE

  2. You can’t think of any original content you have to review another YouTube video? You’re a trash Bag! Get good loser.

  3. Man, I'm in trouble, I'm relaxing in a v neck with cargo shorts and flip flops. Good thing I have a successful business and a gorgeous wife and beautiful daughter, soooooo theres that.. you fuckin queer men with your style crap

  4. Gentleman #1 looks like an extra from Madmen or American psycho

    Gentleman #2 looks like a sophisticated pedophile

  5. Antonio, bro you should review a channel type or video type that doesn't address exactly what you address on your channel.

  6. With all due respect, alpargatas are well known and used throughout South America, specially Argentina and Uruguay, and throughout Spain and parts of Portugal. While his style is quite old fashioned, I think he's quite right on like 90% of what he said

  7. I'll forgive jerseys, LOGO T-shirts are the devil, for slogans, it just better be funny.

    I have a Camp Crystal Lake T-Shirt, That's a brand I'm fine advertising for.

  8. I think neither of you is wrong, but it occurs to me that this channel is leaning towards working class/nouveau riche fashion (conspicuously oversized watches, flip-flops, …) and the other towards classic style and outfits. Gazette's the clear winner for me any day. 🙂

  9. You are the stereotype of a dirty fat annoying American…

    That German guy is way better than you stupid cancerhead!

  10. I don't understand why I'm so addicted to the gentleman's Gazette especially when you consider that I don't really care enough about subject matter. I'm all for dressing nicely when going out on the town on date nights and stuff like that but dressing like that all the time just seems like a tremendous pain in the ass plus I don't feel like men should care that much about the subject matter I mean I'm not saying to go out into public in sleeveless ripped up T-shirts with your nipple hanging out and torn to shred dirty jeans or anyting but putting this much effort into dressing like that all the time just seems kind of feminine to me. and you're right I've never heard of those shoes in my entire life. As I said even though I don't care enough about the subject matter of the videos to really put them into practice with the exception of one or two things they are still oddly entertaining an interesting to watch.

  11. Being a gentleman doesn't mean being a fag. Pass on sandals yet say to wear the gayest footwear in existence.
    As to what not to wear my son stated – Panty hose,…..never unless your Joe Namath of course or in your BOB for winter.
    I'd really like to see the content list of an EDC kit.
    Seriously love n subbed both fellas, excellent instructors.

  12. I like both of your guy's videos for different reasons one is more of a classic style and Tony's style are modern which are good tips. I love you guys

  13. Gentleman’s Gazette is generally good, in my opinion.
    But he has some… oddities.
    Like he said something looks like a “peasant.”

    Now one thing I will say is that fashion is simply what is most people’s taste.
    But his taste seems to be mostly on point, sometimes a little off.

    LegalEagle did a great video that mentioned backpacks for Law Students.
    Courier type bags made of canvas or leather is what he suggested.

  14. Also, never wear socks when you'r naked, that is a no no. Remove the socks and get a tie like a real gentleman.

  15. Two good guys, doing good work………..That said….gaudy watches…are gaudy.
    And…no reason to ever spend more than $150 on a watch
    …I own of mix of Swiss stainless steel and leather banded watches…Wenger, Swiss Military and more…
    ….head over to Costco, they have a max 15% mark up on all products, including watches
    …..ah, try their private label scotches and bourbons 🙂

  16. Mens feet are awful beyond words and sandles are sick-making. Men should know better!

    Also i can't help but feel that the absolute primary rule in terms of any outfit looking good is that the body and face carting it around must look fucking great in the first place.

    You CAN polish a turd, but the effect of the polish are extremely limited.

  17. I only wear a Windsor or Double Windsor knot with my ties. Any other knot, in my opinion , looks like you were either in a hurry and you had to throw on a tie, or you do not know how to properly tie a tie. Again, that is just my opinion.

  18. Hey nice one, I really like the Gentlemen's Gazette 'BUT' please tell Raphael not to where that awful jersey/sweater thing again, it's like it crawled off an English cricket pitch !!! 🙂 All in fun 🙂

  19. HAHAHAHA EVERYBODY KNOWS WHERE MALLORCA IS! Maybe some 'mericans don't knw where it's at but I'm pretty sure ALL of Europe knows where the Island is located.

  20. Everyone in Europe knows where Mallorca is. It's a major vacation spot. it's like saying 99.9% of people in the world don't know where Cancun is.

  21. I'm 55 years old and the majority of my socks are white. However, I never wear white socks with dress shoes.

  22. If you don't know where Mallorca is, you are probably not a gentleman. For everyone knows that a gentleman, apart from knowing what not to wear, is always a cosmopolitan.

  23. Alpargatas are a huge deal in Argentina, mostly in the coutry side they are used as work shoes. Also there is a factory that still makes them (not the best cuality version of the original alpargata), and it's called Alpargatas.

  24. It is not very nice of you to hit out at him like this.
    It shows so badly on your own upbringing.
    You need not jeer at someone for not knowing what you think you know better.
    Where is your magnanimity? Low. You have acted so low.

  25. But gotta remember that he’s normally only talking to men who wear classic like really classy clothes but this Chanel is mainly for modern style men’s wear classy but more modern if you know what I’m talking about

  26. I have to say, I agree you should NEVER wear a large watch. Only my opinion so sorry I would never wear one.

  27. You mean I shouldn’t have worn white tie with white adidas sport socks to the premiere of “La Traviata” at La Scala?

  28. A note on having the top button buttoned whilst wearing a necktie. Sinatra pulls it off very well in multiple photographs.

  29. 7:33 – If I could ever have the chance to visit Mr. Schneider once let alone be able to visit him I would believe in god. And only then.

  30. Excuse me? BACKPACKS?! It’s a million times easier to carry a load on my back than lug it around in a damn suitcase!

  31. I'm sorry, but only americans do not know Mallorca or where it is. Trust me, 100 % of people in europe, africa and at least 80 % of people in Asia know Mallorca. And that's roughly 80 % of the world's population.

  32. I love that cheeky Brazilian German dude.. I resemble lots of what he says.. I'm not offended and agree with most of his points.. I'm not giving up my damn Cargo Shorts though 😹😹😹

  33. The Gentleman's Gazette is far superior to this show. You have a way's to go, try watching more GG. Better luck next time.

  34. All you're doing is watching his video and agreeing with almost everything like you thought of it?!?!Go get your own idea's… dork.

  35. Antonio you nailed about backpacks! I just bought one professional one and even rock it with a sports jacket ( I have a rough texture sports light blue one, which whitstands pressure

  36. The late Michael Jackson frequently wore white “tennis” socks with patent leather dress shoes. I believe the majority of the world described him with an adjective that was literally the antonym of “peasant.”

  37. hahaha. peasant. all these guys who talk about how to be a gentleman are of peasant ancestry unless they have lower class or under class ancestry like jewish money lenders/banker/slave trader background. there is nothing wrong with having peasant ancestry and it is absurd term, especially for a member of the lower class to use like that. Neither of these guys are of the social rank Gentleman. it just shows how these people are snobs. The peasants of Europe worked hard, had good values, and fought for their countries to defend europe and its values for hundreds of years. I was born a Prince of the ancient and higher nobility of europe and I have never even heard any A MANOF THE ACTRUAL SOCIAL RANK OF gentleman use that term in a condescending way like these clowns. A snob is a person who tries, but they always fail, to adopt the behaviors of the nobility while looking down on people of their own class. Pretty much all lower class rich people and upper middle class social climbers are snobs, especially if they engage in conspicuous consumption.

  38. Nicely done. Not mean-spirited, but generous and good-hearted. By the way…agree with Sven about the oversized watches.

  39. I have to agree. I hate the big watches. Unless you're quite buff, or just have big arms, they look dumb. They also look dumb with anything dressy. Don't wear a sporty watch with a jacket. It just makes you look cheesy. I feel the key things to remember with watches is that they need to be a flattering proportion for your wrist, and they need to match the tone of your outfit. (Frankly, if it has more than two complications, it's wrong to wear with a jacket.)

  40. Instead of alpagatas, wear espadrilles (think Tom's shoes but much cooler). I opt for espadrilles and I always get compliments on them. Wearing them connotates that you're just super relaxed.

  41. I have an additional peeve. The French, Italians and , for the more understated gentleman, the British have been at the forefront of mens fashion even before the United States existed. Learn from them. If you want to wear your top button undone or french cuffs without cufflinks, do it but own it! Dress with elegance and make sure you"re the only one that knows how much effort you've made. Sprezzaturra gentlemen, thats the aim!

  42. Gotta disagree on the first one. What he showed were slides, not sandals. Slides are meant to be worn with socks, if you wear your slides without socks, what are you doing?

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