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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. niidawg3

    niidawg3 Well-Known Member

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    Camera went caput couple weeks ago ... but managed to get a pic with a friend's cam after church today:
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  2. jordanp56

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    Hi there, well, this is my first post on this forum, so HI [​IMG]
    I am 15 years old, with a MASSIVE interest in 1960's fashion, and this weekend I had some suede Chelsea Boots with Cuban Heels delivered to my door, So I whipped on a Collarless Beatles style jacket and some Primark (cheap budget clothes shop for all you non brits) girls black and white doogtooth jeans and some (fake) rayban wayfarers and away I went [​IMG]
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  3. Slewfoot

    Slewfoot Well-Known Member

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    A bit of a cross-post from my HK tailor thread, but here goes...

    jacket - W.W. Chan in Breanish shetland
    shirt - Peter Lee
    jeans - Seven
    belt - Trafalgar vintage
    square - random white linen
    socks - Marcoliani from Howard Yount
    shoes - Edward Green Newmarket Chelsea boots in dark brown suede

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  4. niidawg3

    niidawg3 Well-Known Member

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    A bit of a cross-post from my HK tailor thread, but here goes...
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    - amazing fit on the jacket. chan does a gr8 job for you.
    - the jeans though are a no no.

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    digging the shirt and the glen plaid fabric.

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    an absolute knockout Rev.
     
  5. 0b5cur1ty

    0b5cur1ty Well-Known Member

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    Looks good - I like the rebellious socks [​IMG]
    Thanks. I went book buying this weekend too. [​IMG]


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    Like the jacket - I miss having a cord jacket in my wardrobe, especially in this season.

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    Terrific combining.
     
  6. mike540

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    Looks great Alan. I like all of this but oddly it was the scarf that particularly grabbed my attention.

    +1 I like the scarf Alan, what are the details?
     
  7. Slewfoot

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    +1 I like the scarf Alan, what are the details?

    It looks to my eye like Howard Yount. I have what appears to be an identical one made in orange.

    niidawg - Thanks! We'll agree to disagree on the jeans. :^) I only wore them to annoy Ed anyway.
     
  8. kitonbrioni

    kitonbrioni Well-Known Member

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    Brioni overcoat
    LP scarf
    NM gloves
    Oxxford suit
    Brioni tie
    NM pocket-square
    Kiton shirt
    MD belt
    Brioni socks
    Brioni monkstraps
    DV Cologne
    Cartier watch
     
  9. earthdragon

    earthdragon Well-Known Member

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    Dinner with my main squeeze.




    'The Pawn'? How was it? Had one great meal (Dover Sole) and one totally underwhelming there last year.
     
  10. Sander

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    A bit of a cross-post from my HK tailor thread, but here goes...

    jacket - W.W. Chan in Breanish shetland
    shirt - Peter Lee
    jeans - Seven
    belt - Trafalgar vintage
    square - random white linen
    socks - Marcoliani from Howard Yount
    shoes - Edward Green Newmarket Chelsea boots in dark brown suede

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    What a great outfit... if it weren't for the jeans. Seriously, they ruin the outfit. Seven for jeans is like Hugo Boss for suits. Hyped, but bad.
     
  11. Slewfoot

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    Thanks Sander! Should I have lied and called them another brand? :^) Totally agree on Seven being overhyped. I was in the mood for darker jeans and these are the darkest I have right now by a slight shade. Need a pair of raw denim at some point. For whatever reasons, jeans are one of the most difficult RTW items for me to find that work.

    PS - you should post more in this thread! You always have great looks.
     
  12. gazman70k

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    A bit of a cross-post from my HK tailor thread, but here goes...

    jacket - W.W. Chan in Breanish shetland
    shirt - Peter Lee
    jeans - Seven
    belt - Trafalgar vintage
    square - random white linen
    socks - Marcoliani from Howard Yount
    shoes - Edward Green Newmarket Chelsea boots in dark brown suede

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    Looking great Slewwie. The Chan is rocking. Well done!
     
  13. gazman70k

    gazman70k Well-Known Member

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    Looks good. I'm hoping it will warm up enough here to dig out the white trousers eventually...

    Great watch, shoes, fillet of sole...Deets on pants?

    The pants are by WW Chan. Fabric is Holland & Sherry cotton. HK got a little cold and wet over the weekend but these held up fine.


    'The Pawn'? How was it? Had one great meal (Dover Sole) and one totally underwhelming there last year.

    Not too bad. The Fish & Chips were very good as was the strip loin. Servings were massive. Want to try the Sunday Roast next. Will be posting something on the Sydney Tarts Blog shortly.
     
  14. AlanC

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    +1 I like the scarf Alan, what are the details?

    It looks to my eye like Howard Yount. I have what appears to be an identical one made in orange.

    Thanks. The scarf is actually a no-name Made in Italy wool scarf I picked up this past week on clearance at a local high end shop. It wasn't even store branded. It originally sold for $55, I think. I fell in love with it when I saw it. It does resemble this one, though, doesn't it?
     
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    A bit of a cross-post from my HK tailor thread, but here goes...


    looking good D! this cloth looks great congrats
     
  16. voxsartoria

    voxsartoria Well-Known Member

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    jeans - Seven

    There are a lot of fantastic Japanese denim that would work perfectly on you. In fact, pretty much all of it except maybe some of the full-cut Sugarcanes.

    In reality, you only need one or two, so the outlay is not that much. In fact, you might just require one great pair.



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  17. Sander

    Sander Well-Known Member

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    Thanks Sander! Should I have lied and called them another brand? :^) Totally agree on Seven being overhyped. I was in the mood for darker jeans and these are the darkest I have right now by a slight shade. Need a pair of raw denim at some point. For whatever reasons, jeans are one of the most difficult RTW items for me to find that work.

    PS - you should post more in this thread! You always have great looks.


    Why, thanks - are you sure you're not mistaken me for someone else? I think I posted only two outfits so far.
     
  18. mike540

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    It looks to my eye like Howard Yount. I have what appears to be an identical one made in orange.

    Thanks. The scarf is actually a no-name Made in Italy wool scarf I picked up this past week on clearance at a local high end shop. It wasn't even store branded. It originally sold for $55, I think. I fell in love with it when I saw it. It does resemble this one, though, doesn't it?

    Thanks guys. It's on sale too!
     
  19. Montesquieu

    Montesquieu Well-Known Member

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    Dinner jacket, trousers, vest, and tie: Attolini, midnight blue
    Shirt: Finamore
    Shoes: C+J
     
  20. yfyf

    yfyf Well-Known Member

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    Dinner jacket, trousers, vest, and tie: Attolini, midnight blue
    Shirt: Finamore
    Shoes: C+J


    Beautiful, love those lapels.
     
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