i have no idea what the hell he was talking about, thats why i didnt bother to reply.
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HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part III - Page 3905post #58561 of 787208/23/13 at 9:39am
Styleforum Top Pickspost #58562 of 787208/23/13 at 9:41amQuote:
As SB once said, we all fail to heed our better angel at times. I need to start ignoring posts like that.
But it did just occur to me that I may be able to roll up my unhemmed HY pants for the Friday fit instead of cuffing them. THAT is fashion forward.post #58563 of 787208/23/13 at 9:42amQuote:Originally Posted by in stitches
lol, but i hear he has THREE wooden pegs. AYO!
they were well deserved.
all my pics are iphone pics. they do ok imho, and it beats nothin. see below!
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That's a very superb fit my man.
I'll post a full length shot once I get my new RJ back from my tailor.post #58564 of 787208/23/13 at 9:48amQuote:
Probably a streetwear & denim thing.
I've never seen anyone here post pics with a roll.post #58565 of 787208/23/13 at 9:50ampost #58566 of 787208/23/13 at 9:58am
If I could have my way (I suppose I could), I'd just wear park avenues in brown, black, and burgundy all the time. I suspect as I get older, this is what I'll end up doing.
I wonder if it's a cultural thing. Most Koreans can understand (well, can sort of understand) why I have so many ties/jackets/shirts. That I have 10+ pairs of shoes, or spend more than 300 dollars (for me, the sweet spot is between 300-500...I'm a low roller like that) on shoes, is a mystery to most of them. Also that I used shoe trees. For them, shoes are something to be used and disposed of.
Perhaps I'll change my mind once I return to the States.
I agree with Johnboy's pro jacket/shirt/tie sentiments, though I'm not so vociferously anti-shoe. Most of the shoes that get posted here are quite wonderful and unmuddy. I just don't get the same...satisfaction...in seeing an awesome pant, sock, and shoe combo that I do with jacket/shirt/tie/ps.post #58567 of 787208/23/13 at 10:02amQuote:Originally Posted by Claghorn
I agree with Johnboy's pro jacket/shirt/tie sentiments, though I'm not so vociferously anti-shoe. Most of the shoes that get posted here are quite wonderful and unmuddy. I just don't get the same...satisfaction...in seeing an awesome pant, sock, and shoe combo that I do with jacket/shirt/tie/ps.
I feel the same. But I like a full fit more than anything. I don't need a closeup of the shoes, though it's not a negative. The full fit matters most. Your summer fit was legit until you mentioned the boots, which look quite winteresque to me. It would have been the difference of a few points to see them.post #58568 of 787208/23/13 at 10:09amQuote:Originally Posted by mrjester
I feel the same. But I like a full fit more than anything. I don't need a closeup of the shoes, though it's not a negative. The full fit matters most. Your summer fit was legit until you mentioned the boots, which look quite winteresque to me. It would have been the difference of a few points to see them.
this. i am not advocating for close ups of the socks, pants, shoes. we have a dedicated thread for that.
what i am saying is, that a full fit is incomplete without seeing the shoes. i am even hesitant to really give full accolades to a fit without the shoes showing. the wrong shoes often really throw off a fit for me.post #58569 of 787208/23/13 at 10:13ampost #58570 of 787208/23/13 at 10:15amQuote:Originally Posted by Pliny
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)hi guise-
Nathan Lane, sorry, it's you DC, nice fit
Pingson- that's a great jacket- 2 great jackets really, and a fantastic tie- so subtle, so dry
Would appreciate opinions on which is better below?- with the blue linen, or same fit, brown escorial tie.
Cream poplin shirt, white linen PS
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These socks are fine. I have spoken.post #58571 of 787208/23/13 at 10:16ampost #58572 of 787208/23/13 at 10:19ampost #58573 of 787208/23/13 at 10:20ampost #58574 of 787208/23/13 at 10:26am
These were the shoes changed into. Probably an improvement, though you'd have to see them with the pants to really tell. That probably won't happen too often unfortunately , but I'll ask Mrs. C to make the occasional effort.post #58575 of 787208/23/13 at 10:28am
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