or Connect
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Classic Menswear › HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part III
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part III - Page 4591  

post #68851 of 78717

 

For Noodles: green (madder, Panta) on light blue.  Is a nice thing. 

post #68852 of 78717
Quote:
Originally Posted by mimo View Post
 

For Noodles: green (madder, Panta) on light blue.  Is a nice thing. 

 

Agreed, but I'm not sure that dark green is such a nice thing with the olive jacket though.

post #68853 of 78717

The sun is washing out the colours a bit actually; the jacket's more brown and the tie a bit darker in most lights.  I get your point, though.  Having a completely contrasting PS is important, I think, when doing the whole autumnal shades thing, so that it doesn't become too muddy...

 

By the way, we don't see much of you these days, why you hiding your fierce windowpanes and bow ties?

post #68854 of 78717
^Dammit Mimo, that would have been THE perfect tie for what I am wearing today. Eternally envious...... censored.gif




Details (Click to show)

post #68855 of 78717

I think your perfect tie today might actually have been navy, cf this week's challenge, especially against that PS.  Yeah, green too.  But that's nice nonetheless!

 

Panta don't seem to have this kind of green in stock any more, just the brighter one.  

post #68856 of 78717
As
Quote:
Originally Posted by mimo View Post




For Noodles: green (madder, Panta) on light blue.  Is a nice thing. 

As the eternal poet laureate for all seasons...

Waka flaka would say...


Round of applause...
let me get a hand clap

*clap clap*
post #68857 of 78717

I am not sure how to put this without sounding like a spoiled rich vain brat but....

 

 

Here is what I have but sometimes I run out of ideas of how to pair my items... Yes you do get a bit confused when you have about 10 shades of blue T shirts but somehow they precisely don't always go with your pants etc...

 

 

I would love if someone could come up with ideas of certain pieces that I have not even thought of to be put together.

 

The thing I love and adore most is when people can put two clashing colors together and make them work... I am not bold enough to experiment with that heheh

 

 

so here goes 

 

 

 

https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10153090416805150.1073741836.790095149&type=1&l=2fc3615c7d

post #68858 of 78717

Take your Armani underpants and get out.

 

 

(T, I'm touched, truly)

post #68859 of 78717

.

post #68860 of 78717
Quote:
Originally Posted by mimo View Post
 

Take your Armani underpants and get out.

 

 

(T, I'm touched, truly)

Sure... 3 years more conviction at the gym and consistent sunbathing then I might have the guts to pull that off.

post #68861 of 78717

Please don't pull them off.  You want the "Streetwear and Denim" section.  This is Classic Menswear.  T-shirts, running shoes and logo'd underpants are not the thing.  Go over to the other side, and I'd suggest starting your own thread.  They will love it, I'm sure.

post #68862 of 78717

New black Richard James tie. The only thing about this is the off white / cream colour in the tie, does it clash with the white shirt? I warmed up the look by wearing burgundy shoes rather than black.

 

 

 

 

Shoes (Click to show)

 

 

 

Tie detail (Click to show)
post #68863 of 78717
Quote:
Originally Posted by FlyingMonkey View Post

Agreed, but I'm not sure that dark green is such a nice thing with the olive jacket though.

My screen shows more of a light brown SC. In that context it looks smashing.
post #68864 of 78717
Quote:
Originally Posted by EFV View Post


My screen shows more of a light brown SC. In that context it looks smashing.

 

Must be my screen then! Light brown would be... nice.

post #68865 of 78717

Chilly but sunny Monday:

 

jQ3Eb5a.jpg

New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Classic Menswear
This thread is locked  
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Classic Menswear › HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part III