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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. sugarbutch

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    Looks all wrong with the opened top button but closed quarters, like you are bursting out the top of your jacket.
     
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    awe snap! thanks, SB.

    i quite like your tie. :)
     
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    everyone go home. the internet just died.
     
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    The quarters are relatively closed, but there's no bowing of the lapels in real life or in the picture. To my eye, no bursting...
     
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    Butch, get that trouser crease pressed, for Christ sakes. Together with the extra length, it's making 'em look too wide.
     
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    takes after her mom?
     
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    Sc! Amazing fits and those shoes...oh those shoes! I am looking into getting a pair or two. Tell me how is the fit...on the narrower side or not? I wear a size 13 and have a fairly wide foot!
     
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    I feel like this suit is "baggy." Does it look baggy? Should I have this tailored? Anyone?
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    Well obviously. :)
     
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    No, fits well. Maybe a bit short but hard to tell.
     
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    Fair point about the need for a press, but that "extra length" is called a break. I know it's rarely seen around here, but still.
     
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    BTW, the bow today is a Luxe Swap acquisition. Thanks, Spoo!
     
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    lol. I know, but it looks like those pants would be better off with less break in front (slanted cuffs would be optimal, but that's probably not possible, so alrighty, let's just have them pressed... [​IMG])
     
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    Two new things today, EG slippers and a Kamukara shirt! Not sure whether I like the shirt, the collar roll is very different from other Kamakura shirts, and it seems it works much better tie-less. The cloth is also much heavier and wrinklier. Perhaps I should keep it as an extremely casual shirt. What do you guys think?

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    BD unbuttened. Perhaps a better look?
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