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HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part III - Page 3809post #57121 of 787248/9/13 at 6:43amPretty much nothing I like about that combo. The jacket could be nice, but it looks tight and short. I would also pair it with mid grey trousers, not tan/brown. The shirt has a little too much going on it in for the texture of the jacket, imo. I think a bengal striped ocdb, or a plain pale blue ocbd would look nicer with the jacket. Also, I would opt for a cream puff stuffed a bit further into the pocket.
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Agree. Should have been more clear--a less primary color blue neat would work, so long as the shade of blue still provides sufficient contrast with the blue of the suit.
A solid navy tie is definitely a grey-suit tie.post #57123 of 787248/9/13 at 6:46amQuote:Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH
Pretty much nothing I like about that combo. The jacket could be nice, but it looks tight and short. I would also pair it with mid grey trousers, not tan/brown. The shirt has a little too much going on it in for the texture of the jacket, imo. I think a bengal striped ocdb, or a plain pale blue ocbd would look nicer with the jacket. Also, I would opt for a cream puff stuffed a bit further into the pocket.
Thanks for the feedback.
I do need to get the jacket taken out a little, well spotted. The length doesn't bother me, nor does the pairing with light-coloured trousers - although I'll try the jacket out with a mid shade trouser when such comes to hand. (I'm travelling.)
Might be difficult to see from the photo, but the dark blue square actually picks up the tertiary colour in the shirt. I'd be worried that a cream PS might be too contrasty and distracting..post #57124 of 787248/9/13 at 6:55amQuote:
The DOW is rocking one on Voxsart today.
U had me worried there cos i usualy get it wrong but looked it up in ttrusty Flusser - Spitalsfield ties with one 't' - heavy silk witha neat pattern. Sometjing to do with Huguenot weavers in the 'East End'. Mebe they dont do them anymore?
Edited by Pliny - 8/9/13 at 7:28ampost #57125 of 787248/9/13 at 6:58ampost #57126 of 787248/9/13 at 7:02amQuote:
Gosh, I feel like I am like light years away from y'all.post #57127 of 787248/9/13 at 7:05ampost #57128 of 787248/9/13 at 7:08amWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
I think it looks decent, much improved from what I recall of your past pics.
I think you should not use a Windsor knot.
I think you should hold on tight to that very nice looking lady and never let go.post #57129 of 787248/9/13 at 7:14ampost #57130 of 787248/9/13 at 7:20amYep, definitely looking good-- in particular, width of trousers / fit and break are all excellent. I had to comment on the post, because the shape of your shoes is so good-- I can't stand stubby lookin, too rounded toes on shoes. Yours are elegant examples of what a good dress shoe looks like!!Quote:Originally Posted by upr_crust
The weather is unseasonably cool and pleasant today in NYC, and I am taking full advantage of it.
Suit - Paul Stuart
Shirt & cufflinks - Thomas Pink
Tie - BB
Braces - Lewin
Shoes - Harris, via Barney's NYC
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)post #57131 of 787248/9/13 at 7:25amQuote:Originally Posted by TauKappaEpsilon
Suit supply suit
TM Lewin Shirt
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Looks nice, but to nitpick I would wear a simple patterned tie with the same base color as the one you have on there and lose the clip. Also, the knot looks silly, a four in hand would do.post #57132 of 787248/9/13 at 7:31am
Yes, that's what I meant. pB below explains what I only hinted at. Of course, as I said IRL & in motion, the unfortuante effect may well disappear; static photos can be misleading about this, esp. in certain poses.post #57133 of 787248/9/13 at 7:32amQuote:
Pretty good. But..
+1 obvQuote:Originally Posted by Ianiceman
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I think you should not use a Windsor knot.
I think you should hold on tight to that very nice looking lady and never let go.
+1 here but the sleeve rotation - you can let that go. You're not standing naturally and this isn't the picture to help decide that.Quote:
pB has it as always.
WHATS HER NAME BROpost #57134 of 787248/9/13 at 7:33am
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