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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. plei89

    plei89 Well-Known Member

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    Once your clothes starts touching hers, it's a good time to tell her you need your own closet. :nodding:
     
  2. chocsosa

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    we talked about it Plei.. she complains that she needs more space because even though her space is more than mine she feels that a guy should not have as much as I have.. I'm no where near Spoo, but between suits, SC's my overcoats, leather jackets, not to talk about other jackets. Therefore I took away some of the space she planned on when we bought our home after we got married..so the next house we buy we are talking about doubling the walk-in closet space..we shall see! lol
     
  3. Rambo

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    +1. best outfit from you in a while
     
  4. in stitches

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    thanks.


    i hate you.

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    rob - lookin good.
     
  5. SpooPoker

    SpooPoker Internet Bigtimer and Most Popular Man on Campus

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    Hey, thanks chocsosa - I really appreciate the kind words. Though, its not perfect, its always a work in progress and you never know until you try. Look at my early posts in this thread, you will see plenty of "trying" :D Im honored though, to be called an inspiration. That means a lot to me, so thanks.
     
  6. Elegantly Wasted

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    Make her an offer she cannot resist: for every 2 things she gets rid of, you will get her a new one of better quality. :bigstar:
     
  7. Tom Miler

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    That is my before work looking like I am done already :p --> Hating low temperatures and lack of sun with all my heart [​IMG]

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  8. Shawl Lapel

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    Great outfit. Boot deets?
     
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  9. Claghorn

    Claghorn Well-Known Member

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    I probably should ask this in the Ask a Question Thread, but you gents take the most pictures of yourselves.

    I have an issue: when I take pictures of very light colored shirts (pink and light blue), they appear white. I've photoshopped all of them before posting (just using the "auto-level" feature) to balance the colors. As is, I have the WB on my camera set to a very warm temperature. It's perfect for getting most of the colors, but not the lighter ones, obviously. When I auto-level on photoshop, there is very little change (indicating that the WB is pretty much dead on). Any ideas ISO/WB-wise to fix this (I can process the different white balance later), or do I just need another light source. I use my bathroom light because it's the only one in my house that isn't fluorescent (EVERYTHING here is fluorescent) and I take the pictures at night, so no natural lighting.
     
  10. Pingson

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    Another day, another three-piece suit......

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    Suit: Hackett Mayfair
    Shirt: Belisario MTM
    Tie: Mountain & Sackett
    PS: Drake's
    Shoes: Barker Lincoln
     
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  11. Johnboy

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    Looks to be a sharp outfit mister.
    If you stood up and moved into the light we could all see it better.
    When a man is dressed as well as you are, he definitely doesn't need to lurk in dark corners IMO [​IMG]
     
  12. Johnboy

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    This outfit looks great. I like all the textures and patterns.
     
  13. NewYorkIslander

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    Thanks guys. Suit is Ercoles in Lesser/Carlo Barbera boots are Carmina Jumpers from Epaulet...stunning kicks, so versatile.
     
  14. in stitches

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    i have learned, that for me, natural light is the only way to really get pics that represent the colors correctly. think of who has really good pics. vox, outside, spoo, outside, PG, outside. im sure there are those that get good indoor ones as well, but if you really want to get the colors right, do it outside, and try the morning before it gets too sunny.
     
  15. Claghorn

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    I agree in principle, but at any time, when I step out of my building, there are dozens of people walking around. I stick out enough...if I were to be out there in the morning light holding a DSLR at arm's length...I'd get some very weird looks indeed. I'll ask a photographer friend for options.

    But yeah, in all things natural light is the best
     
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    eh, who gives a crap about what people see. i do jumping jack karate fit pics on my front porch in the morning in full view. havent had any complaints to date.

    also, if you look like a boss, and have an air of, "yeah, im taking pictures of myself, what of it, bitch." people will start to think they are the crazy ones.
     
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  19. Betelgeuse

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    Absolutely fantastic! I liked the boots a lot! I think this outfit is very pleasent to the eye, very well done.

    Fantastic! I would like to know how do you fold your pocket square.
     
  20. staxringold

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    Cheapo jacket I like and wear a lot
    Thomas Pink graph check
    New Charvet courtesy of SF'er Cotton Dockers!
     
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