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HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part II

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by LabelKing, Jan 1, 2010.

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  1. Mr. Moo

    Mr. Moo Well-Known Member

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    Awesome, mth. Who makes the coat?
     
  2. smruss

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    Stopping in for some coffee before I go out dancing and drinking tonight. I apologize for the mobile phone quality.

    1882 Dunlap and Co. Beaver Bell Curve Top Hat
    1890's Full Evening Dress with matching vest
    Modern self-tie silk bow tie.
    1950's pocket watch
    White Rose picked from my garden
    I will be buying more Bell Curve Silk Plush top hats soon and assembling a more complete morning dress ensemble.

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    Where can you go dancing and drinking in something as classy as that, it seems like no place that facilitates dancing and drinking these days would befitting to your style. Its a very elegant outfit, and I wish those days would re-emerge where everyone took pride in looking thier best in every moment.
     
  3. DocHolliday

    DocHolliday Well-Known Member

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    Wher can you go dancing and drinking in something as classy as that, it seems like no place that facilitates dancing and drinking these days would befitting to your style. Its a very elegant outfit, and I wish those days would re-emerge where everyone took pride in looking thier best in every moment.

    The Holly Jolly Mocha knows no dress code.
     
  4. The_Foxx

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    one might even argue that the only fitting place to wear such an ensemble is a Viennese Ball

    http://www.vienneseball.org/default.php


    Where can you go dancing and drinking in something as classy as that, it seems like no place that facilitates dancing and drinking these days would befitting to your style. Its a very elegant outfit, and I wish those days would re-emerge where everyone took pride in looking thier best in every moment.
     
  5. aj_del

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    Warning: inadvertent (and deliberate) GQ poses

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    Very nice, you and NOBD are my favourite posters
     
  6. Parker

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    Diggin' the belt. Dets?

    Ye Olde Banana Republic.

    1675! drool. Nice fit. Linen? Keep 'em coming.

    +1. Lovin' all the linen and the yellow watch band, too.
     
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    Very nice stuff Parker.

    Very nice, you and NOBD are my favourite posters

    Tanks, lads.
     
  8. Baron

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    Parker and Incontro [​IMG]
     
  9. gregaz

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    Мороз и солнце? В Москве -30 по ночам ...

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    Very cool!

    Taking my own advice that a navy solid suit should be versatile, worn with parisian brown Lobb Suttons (very comfortable throughout today's 12 hours of wear, I might add), oxxford MTM twill trousers, and a recently narrowed tie.

    Great fit!

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    Growing your hair out?
     
  10. DandySF

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    I'm saving this as a reminder of the power of simplicity, restraint, and general elegance. (edit, my God why is the picture suddenly so big?) [​IMG]
     
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    Taking my own advice that a navy solid suit should be versatile, worn with parisian brown Lobb Suttons (very comfortable throughout today's 12 hours of wear, I might add), oxxford MTM twill trousers, and a recently narrowed tie. The shirt is my recently purchased Isaia on sale, white with a light blue stripe in royal oxford cotton. love that shirt, collar is killer. [​IMG]
    Nice outfit The_Foxx. Did you have the tie altered to make it narrower? And if you did, who did it?
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    Deets on the boots Mr. Moo.
     
  12. Mr. Moo

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    Growing your hair out?


    Good eye... a bit. Just enough to have a style and not just very short hair. [​IMG]
     
  13. Mr. Moo

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    Nice outfit The_Foxx. Did you have the tie altered to make it narrower? And if you did, who did it?



    Deets on the boots Mr. Moo.


    Sutor Mantellassi in a deep burgundy bettis leather. Some of the antiquing has come off a bit in random places making the shoe look amazing, IMHO.
     
  14. Montesquieu

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    Jacket: Steed by Edwin DeBoise (London Lounge Shetland)
    Sweater: Cucinelli
    Shirt: Borrelli
    Square: Rubinacci
    Trousers: Incotex
    Shoes: Vass u-last cordovan chukka
     
  15. binge

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    Uh-oh. I have those same tousers (a few sizes bigger for sure) and between those and the ASW/Drake's skiers scarf, you me and heismatt are in danger of wearing the same little black dress to the next SF in SF meetup...
     
  16. Chips

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    Parker your style is consistently above the rest!

    Moo, nice jacket.
     
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  18. aj_del

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    Is that you, Moo ?

    You seem to have lost a lot of weight since the Borrelli jacket days. Lookig much better overall though I think your trousers are too loose. Great shoes
     
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    A unique, stylish scarf that really dresses up the duffel coat.
     
  20. Tibor

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    The Holly Jolly Mocha knows no dress code.

    LOL![​IMG] I make my own standards. I took a Brazilian girl out to a hip-hop club dressed like this. I went up to the DJ. "He said we don't play requests" I said Eric B and Rakim" "He pointed at me smiled and said "I got u next song." I got up on the stage showing off to my date and rapped every lyric while dancing (busting out some Big Daddy Kane Background dancer moves to this song. The evening kept on getting better.[​IMG]
     
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