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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. Parker

    Parker Well-Known Member

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    Looking good, Gaz. Love that color block tie and suit fit is great.

    You too, vox. Nice color moleskins with the ginger suede.
     
  2. Mr. Moo

    Mr. Moo Well-Known Member

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    After a long Feb. none of this today....

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    Coffee with fellow watch nerds, haircut, and some new running shoes. Plenty of snow however....

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    Better put my jacket on...

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    Details

    Jacket:JCrew, I think my Belstaff would have been better
    Sweater: British Navy Wool Turtle
    Pants: JCrew, yes in white, had crazy looks all day
    Shoes: Ferragamo, brown suede
    Watch: GMT IIc
    Scarf: super soft

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    Put down the keffiyeh dude.
     
  3. yfyf

    yfyf Well-Known Member

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    I understand the muse, but I agree that they're just too big.

    Yes sorry I should have clarified. I see what olddog is trying to emulate, just it's not working.

    Disagree. It may be a full looking cut but it has enough shape to look good. Just a different aesthetic.
     
  4. Fantastic Mr Foxx

    Fantastic Mr Foxx Well-Known Member

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    After a long Feb. none of this today....

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    Coffee with fellow watch nerds, haircut, and some new running shoes. Plenty of snow however....

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    Better put my jacket on...

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    Details

    Jacket:JCrew, I think my Belstaff would have been better
    Sweater: British Navy Wool Turtle
    Pants: JCrew, yes in white, had crazy looks all day
    Shoes: Ferragamo, brown suede
    Watch: GMT IIc
    Scarf: super soft

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    [​IMG] i like your turtleneck.
     
  5. fritzl

    fritzl Well-Known Member

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    hahahahaha

    dont be such a big girls blouse[​IMG]


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  6. fritzl

    fritzl Well-Known Member

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    Jacket:JCrew, I think my Belstaff would have been better
    Sweater: British Navy Wool Turtle

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    sweater is superb
     
  7. gazman70k

    gazman70k Well-Known Member

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    And whats wrong with being well dressed when invoking jihad? Insha'Allah!

    My only question is whether the said Jihad is of the Greater or Lesser variety. Regardless, I think both maowao and KTie have achieved a harmonious balance between islam, iman and ihsan.

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    You give good watch, as usual.

    I'm not feeling the maomao/Palestinian scarves though. It barely works on him, and he's of the Orient.


    - B
     
  8. AndrewRogers

    AndrewRogers Well-Known Member

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    You look great and well turned out. The pattern matching is nicely executed. The shoulders fit great and I do not thing the fit is corpulent. If it were, that thing would be all over you like a rash, which it is not. It hangs perfectly. The trousers are cut nicely, esp. the pleats.
     
  9. ManofKent

    ManofKent Well-Known Member

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    Great shoes and I love that tie.
    Greetings gentlemen! It is my first post here)
    Great first post. Welcome.
    Yesterday - New trenchcoat - $4.99 from the local thrift - NOS Misty Harbor, wool liner, made in USA.
    Not a bad way to spend 4.99 [​IMG]
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    Nice tie. I'm not sure the scarf works for me.
    Sunny and almost - almost! - balmy weather:
    I love that SC.
     
  10. ManofKent

    ManofKent Well-Known Member

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    I love this photo.
    Breaking in the new DB...pocket square not as tucked as I would have liked...didn't get much sleep last night...
    I recognize that PS [​IMG]

    DB looks good. I'm not a fan of the tie anyway, but I think a solid work better with the patterns of the PS and shirt.

    Churchill Open Road clone
    Navy issue G-1 jacket
    Burberry flannel shirt
    PRL khakis
    Alden Indys
    Filson 257

    I like this look on you.
    After a long Feb. none of this today....

    Jacket:JCrew, I think my Belstaff would have been better
    Sweater: British Navy Wool Turtle
    Pants: JCrew, yes in white, had crazy looks all day
    Shoes: Ferragamo, brown suede
    Watch: GMT IIc
    Scarf: super soft


    Great sweater, and for me the scarf works well with the rest.
     
  11. IST66

    IST66 Well-Known Member

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    ManofKent Well-Known Member

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    Looks good - I love the fabric on the jacket.
     
  13. NewYorkIslander

    NewYorkIslander Well-Known Member

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    Nice look! An interesting combination of fabrics and colour!
    +1 Also dig the length of this jacket. A nice pre-spring look.
    Thanks guys!
    Not too keen on the tie and ps, but the jacket and trou are quite nice. Your man at Ercole's did a great job!
    I recognize that PS [​IMG] DB looks good. I'm not a fan of the tie anyway, but I think a solid work better with the patterns of the PS and shirt. .
    Thanks boys...any other suggestions re: shirt, tie, square color and pattern? Gshen really did good by us on these squares huh?
     
  14. clarinetplayer

    clarinetplayer Well-Known Member

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    Nice fabric and rich colors on the tie. Beautiful shirt! Love the double cuffs and the square links.
     
  15. ManofKent

    ManofKent Well-Known Member

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    Thanks boys...any other suggestions re: shirt, tie, square color and pattern? Gshen really did good by us on these squares huh?

    Yes they're great squares, I've got a couple of others on order.

    I think the PS works fine with the shirt, but I'd have gone for a solid navy (or maybe dark green)knit tie.
     
  16. ManofKent

    ManofKent Well-Known Member

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    Dull and grey after yesterday's sunshine. Meeting inspectors today:

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    Shoes - Barker 'Lincoln'
    Suit - Brook Taverner - more of a flannelled worsted than a true lightweight flannel.
    Shirt - Neal & Palmer - decent quality shirt from one of the smaller Jermyn St shops, but a little blousy and very long sleeved.
    Tie - New & Lingwood - even I can't fail to get a dimple with this one [​IMG]
    PS - unbranded cream silk
    Socks - Duchamp - present from stepson
    Cufflinks - sterling silver/lapiz lazuli - present from wife
    Vintage silver chain attached to a vintage Oris watch also a present from wife.

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  17. tshaw

    tshaw Well-Known Member

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    And where is TC, Pandarts and the others?? Was it something someone said??? All is forgiven, boys...come home....we miss you.......[​IMG]

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    T
     
  18. Ich_Dien

    Ich_Dien Well-Known Member

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    Dull and grey after yesterday's sunshine. Meeting inspectors today:

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    Enjoying the patina, MoK.
     
  19. Vitaly

    Vitaly Well-Known Member

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    Very good and stylish look! In a word it is excellent!
    Today a view from the window) it is similar for the spring?))

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  20. GuidoWongolini

    GuidoWongolini Well-Known Member

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    - in general I like that you are wearing your own look, but a few tweaks would be stellar:
    1. slim the pantaloonies a little
    2. shorten shirt sleeve as well as tailor the body

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    - great pic & worth re-quoting.. Just saying..
    Breaking in the new DB...pocket square not as tucked as I would have liked...didn't get much sleep last night...
    - you need to break up the different poo browns with a blue shirt
    - if this was in B&W, be hard to fault the fit
    After a long Feb. none of this today....
    - keep the REVOLUTION happening!
     
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