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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. upr_crust

    upr_crust Well-Known Member

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    This is your best suit. You look really good here, Crusty, and this suit makes you look a good 15 pounds lighter. I even like the tie and square. I wish the photo was more crisp though. Something going on with your camera and the stripes.

    Mike


    15 pounds lighter? Like catnip is your comment! As for the photo, I didn't crop it, and I did up the sharpness, so that the pinstripes are emphasized, which, displayed here, are definitely in OpArt territory [​IMG]
     
  2. MBreinin

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    I woke today to the sound of one of my closests collapsing. Fortunately, it only buried all of my pants and casual shirts....no suits or SCs of note. Very busy day today, so no time to fix it. We are also experiencing a rare late cold snap today and it is overcast and misty. Just a shit day in general.

    I think my face says it all.

    Faconnable SC
    Alea shirt
    vintage Daks silk knit
    J.Crew pants
    vintage Florsheim Imperials

    I can only hope this day ends quickly, and without fanfare. [​IMG]

    Mike

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  4. Cary Grant

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    My fun Ringgu Jaketto for the Summer!


    Like this- except not sure about the notches way up on your traps.
     
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    I woke today to the sound of one of my closests collapsing.

    I'm honestly surprised more SFers don't have this problem. [​IMG]

    Outfit looks great, especially the SC.
     
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    I'm honestly surprised more SFers don't have this problem. [​IMG]

    Outfit looks great, especially the SC.


    I had this happen one day,scared the shit out of me,not to mention that it was fucking embarrasing.
     
  7. MBreinin

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    I'm honestly surprised more SFers don't have this problem. [​IMG]

    Outfit looks great, especially the SC.


    Thanks, Org. It tore out a huge hole in my closet wall. I am going to have to get a rolling rack tonight and stick it in there. [​IMG]
     
  8. Edgar Allan Pwn

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    This gives me a good idea for a small business: closet reinforcement. An SF exclusive!
     
  9. Orgetorix

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    Thanks, Org. It tore out a huge hole in my closet wall. I am going to have to get a rolling rack tonight and stick it in there. [​IMG]

    That sucks, man. I recently put up a bar in the basement and started hanging out of season stuff down there, but that's just because my closet was crammed tighter than a sardine can. I never considered the dangers of collapse. [​IMG]
     
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    I woke today to the sound of one of my closests collapsing.

    My partners wardrobe collapsed on her, the damn thing left a hole in the shelf above it. I honestly don't understand how people don't think to use stronger materials in closets. Many kitchens are built like tanks and hold heavy pots and pans, but a few overcoats in a wardrobe can kill it.
     
  12. Edgar Allan Pwn

    Edgar Allan Pwn Well-Known Member

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    My partners wardrobe collapsed on her, the damn thing left a hole in the shelf above it. I honestly don't understand how people don't think to use stronger materials in closets. Many kitchens are built like tanks and hold heavy pots and pans, but a few overcoats in a wardrobe can kill it.

    If you live anywhere in North America, your home is likely to be exactly as well-built as it is required to be by law.
     
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    If you live anywhere in North America, your home is likely to be exactly as well-built as it is required to be by law.

    Far from it, I am in Perth, Australia. I had no idea that there would be a law governing the type of wood used for shelving in a wardrobe, I don't think that happens here.
     
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    Monochrome ...
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    more on the dark side ...
     
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    But a big No for clip-on suspenders for grown men[​IMG]

    Yes, your are right. I gonna lose it
     
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    Surprising! Must just be the angle or an errant gust of wind, I suppose.

    I haven't measured them, but the cords do feel a bit roomier. Maybe they just didn't keep their shape from ironing as well as the whipcord trousers in the second pic.
     
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    Sorry about the mirror guys just noticed. ooopss but they are clean water marks no scum
     
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