verb (past wore /wɔː/; past participle worn /wɔːn/)
1 [with object] have (something) on one’s body as clothing, decoration, or protection:he was wearing a dark suit firemen wearing breathing apparatus
habitually have on one’s body or be dressed in:although she was a widow, she didn’t wear black
exhibit or present (a particular facial expression or appearance):they wear a frozen smile on their faces
[with object and complement or adverbial] have (one’s hair or beard) at a specified length or arranged in a specified style:the students wore their hair long
Nautical (of a ship) fly (a flag): any British registered boat may wear the red ensign
2 [with object and adverbial or complement] damage, erode, or destroy by friction or use:the track has been worn down in part to bare rock shells worn smooth by the sea
[no object, with adverbial or complement] undergo damage, erosion, or destruction as a result of friction or use:mountains are wearing down with each passing second the road surface had worn smooth
[with object] form (a hole, path, etc.) by constant friction or use:the water was forced up through holes it had worn
[no object, with adverbial] withstand continued use or life in a specified way:a carpet that seems to wear well
3 [with object] literary pass (a period of time) in some activity:spinning long stories, wearing half the day
4 [with object, usually with negative] British informal tolerate; accept:the environmental health people wouldn’t wear it
1 [with modifier or in combination] clothing suitable for a particular purpose or of a particular type:evening wear
the wearing of something or the state of being worn as clothing:some new tops for wear in the evening
2damage or deterioration sustained from continuous use:you need to make a deduction for wear and tear on all your belongings
the capacity for withstanding continuous use without damage or deterioration:the suit has about another 10 years of normal wear left in it
Our favorite fashion from the 2014 Met Gala.
Vanity Fair’s Take. Only ONE man made the Best Dressed List…
Leave it to Benedict Cumberbatch to upsatge all the beautiful women on the 2014 Met Gala red carpet. The “Sherlock” star looked dashing (are we surprised?
Its the first thing that comes up when you google Met Gala
Benedict Cumberbatch at the MET Gala
why is Ben c still carrying luggage he’s wearing all of his clothes
he has to put his 394 pairs of socks somewhere
Persol PO3039V 900 Matte Black Glasses
As worn by Benedict Cumberbatch
Acetate frame. Arrow hinge.
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I’ve washed them, I promise.
— Benedict Cumberbatch on his polka dot socks (via watsns)
“I’m not a typical beauty.” - Benedict Cumberbatch, BAFTA NY In Conversation [x]
It makes me sad for him. How he can not believe what a handsome man he is. To me, he tries not to say too much about it because (I think) it would turn off some of the fanbase. I, of course, do not know him personally but can only speculate. Everything I have seen about him on interviews and such, Mr. Cumberbatch seems like a honestly good man, if not great. He appears to be kind and generous. He appears to be intelligent and with a good heart. He seems to have a good head on his shoulders and values people for what they are rather than what they can do for him. I just wish he could see that within himself.
But then again, so many of us do the exact same thing. That makes me sad as well. It took me 38 years to even start to like myself. Now less than two weeks from my 41st birthday I can say that I do like myself and love myself as well. Not that I don’t have bad days, but the majority of the time.
I think, (and I’m not just saying this - because it’s obvious) that he’s had huge self-confidence issues and I know (and you know yoursellf) that it takes years to get over that and be comfortable in yourself. Even then you kind of play it down a bit. It’s kind of like living for years in near poverty and having to account for every penny. When you become better off, you still struggle to just buy something on a whim without first going backwards and forwards in your mind as to whether you can afford it. Self confidence is the same. You just don’t believe good things about yourself.
Ben talks about wearing his own face, which is by the way very very lovely.
This must be another Spencer Hart suit he’s wearing. wb
I visited London a while ago, and I wasn’t enough lucky to see Benedict there. I read somewhere he was enjoying sunshine and warmth in LA at that time. I decided it’ll be enough for me to have picture from Spencer Hart where he buys many of his marvelous suits. It’s actually located across Claridge Hotel and I was like I’m not taking picture with my phone here… I’m not too happy with this picture, it’s missing something though… I may need to photoshop it a bit later…
I love your sense of humour. What a brilliant way to say thank you when winning an award and of course please your cumbercollective. You knew this is was a must video to be giffed. You knew it! (That was the best colour for your swimming trunks, you can’t really not to notice them.) wb
Wearing a pointing finger. wb