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post #2011 of 2057

This round gets us up to April Fool's Day.

 

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attended a wedding in Malibu on Saturday

 

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Pattern-free zone on a blustery Monday morning.

 

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Good evening everyone. I want to show you my weekend fit.




 

 

 

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Earlier today:


 

 

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Cardigan weather finally!

 

 

 

 

(Boglioli jacket and trousers, Aster shirt, Vanda Fine Clothing tie, Drake's square, J Lindeberg cardigan, Edward Green Dover shoes)

 

 

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Semi CBD as I had an interview to renew my fellowship.  Non CBD touches: longer back blade, suede o ring belt, polka dot nato strap, OCBD shirt.  Knot Standard suit, Spier and Mackay shirt, Lands End tie, Allen Edmonds shoes.  

 

 

 

 

 

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Some fits from the past couple days...

 

Easter greens (excuse the mean mug): 

 

 

 

Thursday serious business (crap quality shoot): 

 

Shoes & Socks & Watch (Click to show)

 

X-post from the FC: 

 

 

Yesterday´s kit (funyn dance move included): 

 

 

 

 

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A sunny day, if with blustery winds. With no chance of rain, I'm wearing suede shoes - fingers crossed that a sudden weather system doesn't flood NYC . . .

Suit - Paul Stuart/Phineas Cole
Shirt - Tyrwhitt
Tie - BB
Cufflinks - The London Badge & Button Co.
Braces - BB
PS - Ashear
Shoes - Carmina, via the Armoury, NYC
Overcoat - Joseph Abboud
Scarf - Paul Stuart
Hat - Christy's, via Fortnum & Mason, London

 

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The other day...

 

 

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...and today. Needed the layers, Spring indeed!




 

 

 

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SC- Boglioli in a rust herringbone LP Zelander cloth

Shirt - Kamakura

Tie - Drake's

PS - Monsieur Fox

Trousers - Luxire brown flannels. Minnis 0307

Aldel #8 tassels

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Another clear, but cool day in NYC - more use out of flannel before spring warmth comes to the Northeast.

Suit - Paul Stuart/Phineas Cole
Shirt & tie - BB
Braces - Lewin
Cufflinks - Penhaligon's
Shoes - Septieme Largeur, Paris
Topcoat - JAB
Scarf - BB
Hat - Selentino, via JJ Hat Center

 

 

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Grey with a bit of colour:

 

 

 

(Boglioli suit, Drake's tie and square. Henry Carter shirt, Crockett and Jones shoes)

 

 

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Corneliani, kamakura, rlpl, rubinacci.

i forgot to wear pants today too.

 

 

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A comparison of the brass buttons on a Brooks Brothers blue blazer and on a railroad conductor's uniform........


(No "Train Wreck" comments, please.  Some of us know what a train wreck looks like and have never seen anything posted in this thread that even looks like a minor derailment.)

 

 

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What about Deadpool?


@DerekS The conductor is on the left in the picture, the Brooks Brothers blazer is on the right.

 

 

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Some very nice outfits today gents.

 

As for myself, a combination of navy, lilac and brown with a touch of golden...

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Now that we have discussed brass buttons and superheroes, back to what I am wearing today.....

In the Iranian part of town wearing an old (3 button Made In America) Polo Ralph Lauren tweed jacket from before Ralph Lauren morphed in an assortment of different color labels, a pre "Officious Preppy Handbook" L L Bean maroon and white cotton and polyester blend OCBD shirt, an Orvis tie from the seventies, an old Viyella (45%-55% Made In Scotland) sweater vest, Thomas Pink pocket square, Land's End cotton twill trousers, and Allen-Edmonds shoes.


Yes, every so often someone does tell me what nice vintage clothes I am wearing and then I mention that they were new when I bought them.

As there has recently been some discussion about collar roll, a picture showing the collar roll on my old L L Bean shirt.  As you can see in the other picture, I (sort of) got my pocket square squared away after I took this picture.
 

 

People Of Earth, the "Officious Preppy Handbook" is a joke book (not a fashion book) and was in the "Humor" section in bookstores when it was published.  There is nothing wrong with polyester (or other synthetic) blends.  That rather tiresome woman who wrote that dreadful book ruined everything for everyone, and now clothing wears out or gets eaten by insects just like it used to before science tried to save us from all that bother.

 

 

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Last of my new Spier and Mackay shirts.  Navy pants.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

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A little less colorful outfit today.

SC - Corneliani

Shirt - Eton

Tie - Drake´s cashmere

Trousers - Luxire in VBC flannel

Shoes - Black C&J Hallam

 

 

 

 

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^^^^ Tom, that is a riot of patterns, but I like it anyway - you certainly seem to be having fun!

The temperatures are to be mild by the afternoon today, so I am going to try going without a coat and hat, though by the weekend, both items will be necessary again, if weather prognostications are to be believed.

Suit - Paul Stuart/Phineas Cole
Shirt - BB
Tie - Damiano Presta
Cufflinks - Metropolitan Museum of Art
Braces - New & Lingwood
Shoes - Bergdorf Goodman house brand

 

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Good evening everyone.


 

 

 

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Bemoaning Spring and then the sunshine broke through today... Maiden voyage of the E G Cappelli tie, love it.











 

 

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People's Choice: Cleav (57)

 

Best Odd Jacket Fit: Anden in Brown/Andres13/Mr. Six in Green/Cleav

 

Best Suit Fit: Luv2BReformed/Gerry Nelson in Grey/Murlsquirl/Crusty's PoW #1

 

Best Use of Minimal Design Elements (Color/Pattern): Anden in Grey/Roycru in Ochre/Murlsquirl/Cleav Blue on Blue

 

Next round begins with Pliny here: http://www.styleforum.net/t/394373/hof-what-are-you-wearing-right-now-part-iv-starting-may-2014/35415#post_8387079


Edited by heldentenor - 7/23/16 at 1:48pm
post #2012 of 2057
Nice. I'll get another round in this weekend sometime too.
post #2013 of 2057
Thread Starter 

I've mentioned before, but I am curious about what Mr. Six is hiding with the blurred out pictures behind him. Perhaps something which would reveal his identity as a superhero?


Edited by Claghorn - 7/23/16 at 5:36pm
post #2014 of 2057
@Claghorn

These plus similar ones for CP3 and Agent Zero





From the from the guys behind FreeDarko and drawn by Jacob Weinstein.

http://www.jacob-weinstein.com/shop/
post #2015 of 2057
Thread Starter 
Mr. Six is my new favorite person. TD!

Olajuwon would be a great subject.
post #2016 of 2057
Weeeellllllllll ... To alleviate that burden as quickly as possible I'll go ahead and say that I'm a LeBron stan. TD is the greatest power forward of all time and I respect his skills and longevity and appreciate his quiet dorky humor, but he doesn't really interest me. And I can't stand the Spurs as an organization (because I have a long memory and am petty).

But here's the full TD chapter, which is great. https://issuu.com/fdadmin/docs/freedarkoduncanexcerpt_02

Olajuwon would have been good for a style guide analysis but they didn't do one. I think they only did them for players who were active at the time of the first FreeDarko book (2008). And Olajuwan was a great player--whom I enjoyed watching play--but perhaps not that interesting.
Edited by Mr. Six - 7/23/16 at 7:10pm
post #2017 of 2057
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Weeeellllllllll ... To alleviate that burden as quickly as possible I'll go ahead and say that I'm a LeBron tan. 

 

 

We can't hang out anymore :angry:

 

Thanks for the shouts @heldentenor 

post #2018 of 2057
@Pliny 33



@Anden 50



@Tom Miler 36


@upr_crust 34


@Claghorn 43


@heldentenor 39


@Andy57 39


@SYCSYC 34



@EFV 42


@Sander 25


@heldentenor 40


@UrbanComposition 54


@luv2breformed 37



@An Acute Style 27


@Roycru 41
One often encounters bizarre businesses when walking around in Los Angeles. Walked past this earlier today. It's a "Bridal Exchange". Today is Sunday, so it wasn't open, but it looks like a place where unhappy brides exchange things that they don't want for things that they do want The bride in the picture in one of the windows appears to have achieved happiness by exchanging her groom for a horse. (Please, no comments that the place should be called a "bridle exchange" or that if one has a horse one needs a groom.)

Brooks Brothers blue wool and polyester blazer, L L Bean yellow OCBD shirt, Beau Ties Of Vermont tie, Hermes pocket square, blue and yellow surcingle belt, Orvis trousers, and Allen-Edmonds Walnut Strands. On a large enough monitor you can also see that I have (sort of) managed to get my watch (well, the watch chain) into the picture. It's harder to get pocket watches into pictures than it is to get wrist watches into pictures.



I do not know if there is also a "Groom Exchange" where unhappy grooms can exchange their brides for horses and then have an inside track to (eventually) getting a few pair of shell cordovan shoes.

For fans of pictures of small parts of people rather than whole people (there must be some fans based on the number of thumbs these sort of pictures get) and for fans of brass buttons.......



Many years ago, when I got this blazer at Brooks Brothers, there was no problem having working button holes added. Back then, two buttons was the default number of cuff buttons on three button jackets (and three was the default number of cuff buttons on two button jackets) but you could have any number of cuff buttons that you wanted. I wanted three buttons, so they put three buttons on the cuffs.

Recently, there seems to be an odd practice of leaving some of the cuff buttons unbuttoned. I have no idea why people do this. Maybe they miss having fly buttons to forget to button (since the invention of zippers) so they forget to button their cuff buttons instead.

(On the off chance that any unhappy brides look at the posts in this group, the "Bridal Exchange" is on Olympic Blvd just east of Bundy in West Los Angeles.)

@blekit 35
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Sander 52


@Andres 13 29


@upr_crust 28


@Coxsackie 34


@Claghorn 36


Next round will start here: http://www.styleforum.net/t/394373/hof-what-are-you-wearing-right-now-part-iv-starting-may-2014/35565

Stats!
Date Range: April 1 - 4
Total posts: 20
Total Thumbs: 749
Avg. per Post: 37.45
Median Post: 36
Range: 25 - 54

Solid ties: 12 / Patterned: 8

People's Choice: UrbanComp

JCM's Highlights:
  • UC's pink tie
  • Sander #2's suit and overall fit - Best in Show for me this round
  • Clags #2's shirt, in that I wouldn't expect to like those stripes but I do
  • All the great shades of brown in this set
post #2019 of 2057
@Murlsquirl 35


@DerekS 26


@mossrockss 44


@Cleav 40


@SYCSYC 28



@Gerry Nelson 40



@bienluienapris 26



@upr_crust 25


@spectre via Gerry Nelson 30



@Murlsquirl 30


@Andy57 37



@Mr. Six 26


@Anden 28



@Sander 40


@bourbonbasted 28


@Cleav 43




@Andy57 26



@Roycru 27



@jcmeyer 44


@Coxsackie 29



@Mr. Six 37


Next set begins here: http://www.styleforum.net/t/394373/hof-what-are-you-wearing-right-now-part-iv-starting-may-2014/35745

Stats!
Date Range: April 4 - 6
Total posts: 21
Total Thumbs: 689 (652 without the 21st post to compare to other sets of 20)
Avg. per Post: 32.81
Median Post: 30
Range: 25 - 44

People's Choice: mossrockss and jcmeyer tie - we'll let @Caustic Man do the honors of the tie-breaker, given his stated adoration of my fit

On the whole, this set falls a little flat and the stats confirm as much. Some bright spots, including the episode where Cleav took on the English wind and won, but most everyone in here regularly puts up better. Eh well, life goes on.
post #2020 of 2057
I think @Sander is the outstanding fit from the last batch. That's a very well executed solid/stripe/neat/irregular pattern combination in well-chosen colors.
post #2021 of 2057
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Weeeellllllllll ... To alleviate that burden as quickly as possible I'll go ahead and say that I'm a LeBron tan. 


We can't hang out anymore angry.gif
 

I feel like Iggy right now.

Think about it like this: without LBJ, you wouldn't have gotten KD.
post #2022 of 2057
Thread Starter 

@sebastian mcfox

 

@Gerry Nelson

 

@Sander

 

@in stitches

 

@Andy57

 

Sebastian McFox

 

@upr_crust

 

@EFV

 

@TheoProf

 

@ammanati

 

EFV

 

@SYCSYC

 

Sander

 

Andy57

 

@Braddock's

 

 

 

 

@An Acute Style

 

@Pliny

 

Gerry Nelson

 

@Tom Miler

http://www.styleforum.net/t/394373/hof-what-are-you-wearing-right-now-part-iv-starting-may-2014/35900_20#post_8399270

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People's Choice: In Stitches (70)

CJP: Sebastian McFox / Sebastian McFox / EFV (Green knit) / An Acute Style

King of the Textures: Sebastian McFox / Gerry Nelson / Pliny

Most Interesting Fit: Sander (light gray suit) /

post #2023 of 2057
Thread Starter 

@Dennis Walter

 

@Mr Engineer

 

@Mr Knightley

 

@bienluienapris

 

@SYCSYC

 

@mossrockss

 

@Roycru

 

@Gerry Nelson

 

@SYCSYC

 

@Spandexter

 

@ComfortablyDumb

 

@luv2breformed

 

@Cleav

 

spandexter

 

Gerry Nelson

 

@bienluienapris

 

Braddock

 

@Sander

 

@upr_crust

 

@Andy57

 

@heldentenor

 

luv2breformed

 

Noods

 

@TweedyProf

 

@Pliny

 

Dennis Walter

http://www.styleforum.net/t/394373/hof-what-are-you-wearing-right-now-part-iv-starting-may-2014/36080_20#post_8403281

 

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People's Choice: spandexter (61)

Clag's Jury Prize: Dennis Walter (casual) / mossrockss / spandexter / tweedyprof

Best Tie/Square Combination: Spandexter / ComfortablyDumb / Sander

Texture King: TweedyProf / Pliny

post #2024 of 2057
@Gerry Nelson 26



@upr_crust 27


@Spandexter 50


@Roy Al 26



@DerekS 27


@Andy57 27


@Braddock 27


@SYCSYC 25


@Coxsackie 37


@calypso 32


@Dennis Walter 30


@Andy57 27


@David Reeves 26


@Coxsackie 34


@SYCSYC 30


@Andy57 28


@upr_crust 34


@Gerry Nelson 36


@bienluienapris 25



@Braddock 41


@Poszetka 54


@upr_crust 25


Next batch starts here: http://www.styleforum.net/t/394373/hof-what-are-you-wearing-right-now-part-iv-starting-may-2014/36315

Stats!
Date Range: April 14 - 18
Total posts: 22
Total Thumbs: 694 (615 without the 21st and 22nd post to compare to other sets of 20)
Avg. per Post: 31.55
Median Post: 27.5
Range: 25 - 54

People's Choice: Poszetka

A few of JCM's favorite things:

  • Gerry’s blue knit with yellow dots
  • Spandexter’s burgundy kicks
  • The socks hanging out under Coxie’s corduroy
  • Syc’s triple-bar slubs
  • Crusty’s quaint park
  • And Poszetka really did earn top prize with that combo - the rare square flair is beyond compare
post #2025 of 2057
Robot @Cleav becomes self-aware 46


@Claghorn goes all crunchy vegan 32


Does that jacket go all the way up @Andy57 32


Everybody @yjung02 night 48



@bienluienapris has one hand in his pocket 26



Acute lapel flower for @An Acute Style 51



Side saddle @upr_crust 26


Just the beard tip @Braddock 45



@Synthese slummin' it on CM for 60


@Gerry Nelson is the teal deal 32


And the other one is hailing a taxi cab @bienluienapris 40


@Poszetka knows how to polka 34


Nobody understands my windowpane @upr_crust 27


@Mr Knightley as he appears during the day 27


@Andy57 being a selfie stick in the mud 29


@Claghorn of the Peaky Blinders 29


@blekit shows some belly 35


@EFV proves that he is, in fact, a shape shifter 44


@Andy57 36 No words, just rock (Click to show)


Motivational #menswear speaker @Roycru 26
A subliminal message directed at those who fail to tie their neckties so that the ends end up even close to the proper length (which I think is called "Spazzatura") and I.




The ever popular "Piece Of A Person Picture" that also gives away how 5'6" me got my tie to come out (almost) right. If you look closely, you can see that my tie goes around twice (sometimes called an "Albert" knot), which is what I do with ties that are too long.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


@luv2breformed wants to have a few words with you out back 25



There's no place like home @yjung02 46


@clarinetplayer tux it in the bathroom 39


Next set starts here: http://www.styleforum.net/t/394373/hof-what-are-you-wearing-right-now-part-iv-starting-may-2014/36495

People's Choice: Synthese - so you should all be ashamed of yourselves.

Stats!
Date Range: April 18 - 21
Total posts: 23
Total Thumbs: 835
Avg. per Post: 36.3
Median Post: 34
Range: 25 - 60
Edited by jcmeyer - 8/24/16 at 7:18am
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