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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. ridethecliche

    ridethecliche Well-Known Member

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    CP, love the color and textures, but do you have something in your pockets? The jacket is bellowing out and making your waist/hip transition look much wider than it is. It looks broader than your shoulders and is kinda throwing me off...
     
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  2. clarinetplayer

    clarinetplayer Well-Known Member

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    Maybe my "hips are pips"! Also, maybe the camera angle is a bit low.
     
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  3. DonCologne

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    It´s just for fun and I want to wear it for a walking tour in the nature. Yesterday it was only to test the outfit, after I wait over 2 weeks for the shooting socks (from woods of shropshire) I shop some thick wool socks in the city instead.
    Next time I will post some pics from the plus fours and hopefully the real shooting socks in the nature (most likely somewhere in the Black Forest).
     
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  4. Tom Miler

    Tom Miler Well-Known Member

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    I was in a photo shoot for cigars and convinced the photographer to take a few pics of my suit. It is a major step forward for me because I finally resigned from wearing trousers with narrow leg openings. They were so fashionable but so not me :D So I got another pair made for this suit - this time 23 cm :D I also enlarged my shirt collar a lot :D I already feel I can't help making it even bigger next time :p

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  5. Gianni Cerutti

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    Fantastic Look...compliments..
     
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  6. in stitches

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    this. plus lovely SC.
    :fistbump: --- pingson. fantastic, as usual. would love a better full pic showing the SC and pants together. pretty please. :) --- B, mimo, cleav, the length BOC of the cashmere PoW RLPL is 30.5, and the shoulders i believe are 19. get at me if you are interested. otherwise its off to spoo.
     
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    Today, after returning from Trieste ... Pirozzi bespoke double-breasted red coat, back pleat and martingale .... in vintage cashmere. More pocke-square and tie Passaggio Cravatte.

    What do you think?
     
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    It's too small for me lengthwise but in the shoulder too. [​IMG]
     
  9. ridethecliche

    ridethecliche Well-Known Member

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    Another go today with the PoW 'mismate'. I should probably start a suit jacket orphanage, but hell I'll rock it.



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  10. ImTheGroom

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    I like the odd jacket. The button stance is a bit low, but not too badly. I also like the red tie. When the SF army comes for you on both counts, I'm in your corner.
     
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    Great jacket & boots. Perhaps a more casual tie (e.g. in wool or cashmere) next time?

    Eyecatching, certainly!

    Vaguely evocative of a toastmaster's hunting pink, in a way (contrasting buttons - albeit not brass - and the peak lapels), though of course the rest of the jacket style is totally different. Fun and exciting, for sure, and probably especially so around Christmas-time.
     
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    Dude.

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    Dude.

    That is awesome.
    Dat tie...
     
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    Awesome looks on these last few pages gents :nodding:

    Cornelianni today for me

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    :( no worries. it will find a happy home.

    cleav and mimo. get at me if you want it.

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    SB, that is great.

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    rtc, that is going to be a hard jacket to find odd trou for. also, try some outdoor lighting, will help you picture game immensely and will help peeps to provide more accurate feedback.

    phone camera + overhead industrial fluorescent lighting = a no bueno combo.
     
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    I'm really hoping updating my phone to the next version of android helps with that. The last phone was better. It's too friggin cold outside right now as well. I'm in Boston.

    Desperately searching for a better winter coat too :/
     
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    Thank you gents - I'm a fan of all of your fits, though each of you bring a different style to the table - appreciate the comments and suggestions.
     
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    better phone will help, but indoor lighting is teh wurst. at the very least open a photobucket account (free) and upload pics with their mobile app. then on computer use the editor to adjust contrast/brightness/warmth/saturation. will give you a huge leg up, and its very easy and quick. takes me maybe a total of 5 - 10 minutes between taking pics + uploading + editing.
     
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    Hey Stitchy

    Based on the fits I have from the jackets bought recently, including from the great Ich, it doesn't look like a go from me, my loss. :(
     
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    Will do!

    It's sad that my samsung s2 had a better camera than this nexus 4. Sad day!
     
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