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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. Caustic Man

    Caustic Man Well-Known Member

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    This is an old one for me so at this point I can only go by what is on the tag. 95% wool 5% cashmere. Sorry I can't be more specific. As an aside, does your name refer to Pliny the younger or the elder? Big classical history buff.
     
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  2. TehBunny

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    Am I the only one who gets the vox vibe?
     
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  3. in stitches

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    more, gazman meets CEP, than vox, imo.
     
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  4. IrateCustomer

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    I was thinking the exact same thing because of the stance. Identical posture in that robopose.

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  5. in stitches

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  6. yjung01

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    Thank you for your comment. I'll try next time
     
  7. yjung01

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    I'm 175cm with wearing 48R. I bought this suit a years ago but the pattern would be 3-4 years older than that.
     
  8. yjung01

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    You got it, I didn't do any alteration yet and I'll try the cuffs. Thank you
     
  9. yjung01

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    it's not altered yet. Definitely I'll do cuffs and shorten sleeves.
     
  10. yjung01

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    Sorry but What "vox vibe" means?
     
  11. jrd617

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  12. yjung01

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    Got that. Thank you.
    Actually, I saw him several times in this forum and always think the gentleman in picture looks perfect :)
     
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  13. Rambo

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    Is he wearing a toupee in that right hand pic?
     
  14. knezz

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    Greeting,

    Looks good. What width is the tie?

    I would never be so blessed as to fine shoes that fit and $50.00. Congrats...

    Regards,
    Knezz
     
  15. Tom Miler

    Tom Miler Well-Known Member

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    Getting ready for a long day at work

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  16. Louis XIV

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  17. Tom Miler

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    Thx! It's bespoke too ;) This one is silver but we also have copper ones. I think we made 50 pins. It has a meaning too - people who wear it belong to or support "BWB Bespoke Social Club" - a society that my colleagues and me founded to promote classic elegance. The pin also has a sweet literal meaning based on a wordplay in Polish but unfortunately it doesn't translate into English.
     
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  18. SeamasterLux

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    Upgrading the pictures quality step by step


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  19. Louis XIV

    Louis XIV Well-Known Member

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    Tom, sounds like a fun society, if also very elitist, as even fewest members of this forum can afford to go bespoke, still you have my greatest symphaties!

    Seamasterlux, I have to admit, while I love the fabric and the color combination of your outfit, I would not have personally gone for a patch pocket construction, everything looks too city/business for me for patches.
    Also what happened to the lovely shoes(what are they?)? I have seldomly seen wrinkles in a captoe?
     
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  20. Pingson

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    The mailman was kind enough to deliver a a new pair of boots for the winter. Needless to say, I decided to try them out and that dictated the rest of the outfit.

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    SC: no name
    shirt: Cerruti
    Tie: Atmosphere, wool & cashmere
    PS: Amanda Christensen
    Sweater: Sand
    Trousers: no name
    Boots: Tricker's Stow (on Dainite sole)
     
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