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HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part III

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.

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  1. NakedYoga

    NakedYoga Well-Known Member

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    No, it's too boring and generic. "F*ck" is more stylish. After all, this is Styleforum.
     
  2. bourbonbasted

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    I'm having Mina make me a personal word that trumps "fuck," but only in the details.
     
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    Fuck you. This is Style Forum, not Fashion Forum. CBFuckyOU.
     
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    aaahhhhhh thank fucking god. I wasnt sure if you could say fuck here.....well...back to fucking business.
     
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    I think this is pretty good, would likely be better suited for the MC Casual thread but I really like the shirt. Deets? Also what shoes are you wearing? fit looks comfortable, maybe a but large in the waist of the shirt but nothing major.

    It's fucking friday.
     
  6. Teapot418

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    Yeah, I'll go stick the post over there.

    Shoes are Clark's DBs, the shirt is Land's End. My budget is limited compared to a lot of people here, so I'm trying to work with what I can afford, and I also don't want to spend too much before I get a more solid idea of what I like. The shirt is definitely large in the waist though. Thanks for the feedback!
     
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    Once again, I didn't wear this today. I wore this on one of the last days of school. Jacket doesn't fit that crazy; I think I'm standing awkwardly...
     
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    That tie is a visual orgasm. I really like this look.
     
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    wohohohohoaa nelly
     
  11. Hampton

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    I don't like to swear. But fuck this is cool.
     
  12. F. Corbera

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    My fear, based on extrapolations of the first photo, is that unbelragazzo is wearing his pajama bottoms with that coat and tie.

    If so, I admit that it is cool in a kind of Hugh Hefner way.
     
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  13. Hampton

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    Haha, that would be awesome. But that's linen pants 4 sho.
     
  14. Slickman

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    Whats the deal with spoo20k?
     
  15. Hampton

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    Wait for it, he is preparing the outfit [​IMG]
     
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  16. F. Corbera

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    Yes, they do seem to be linen.


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    If I'm right, and based that photograph, this has the dégagé affect of literally rolling out of bed.
     
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  17. Hampton

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    .
     
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    Ha, thanks for the comments, gents. The tie is indeed gorgeous, it's one of the Cappelli's I got on my recent trip to Naples. There are a couple of posts on visiting the Cappelli shop and receiving the Cappelli goods (also if you click on the first pic in that post, you'll get a high res version that shows the pattern in this tie more clearly) in the trip report thread.

    Regarding the pants, they are indeed quite flowy and billowy, like pajama bottoms. Although they're not linen. I think it's some sort of cotton, but I'll check the fabric tag when I get home to be sure. It's not really "SF-approved" I guess, whatever that means, or at least it's not very #menswear or #pittiuomo. But I quire like them on occasion. They're Armani from a few years ago, when they were cutting pants in this style. I have 3-4 pants from this era. It does have a bit of a louche effect alluded to by Senor Corbera. I think the key to pants like this looking good (or at least, good to those who like this sort of thing) is having a fabric that's drapey and flowy. If it's a stiff fabric like the cotton used for chinos, then it just looks sloppy, like the pants are just unhemmed and cut too wide.
     
  20. F. Corbera

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    Perfect for the chat tutee, DocHolliday, NOBD and I are having over here. Come join us.
     
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