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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. in stitches

    in stitches Well-Known Member

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    :fistbump:


    because you make it so easy. :)


    he already does that tho. :confused:


    do you mean chocsosa? i mean, again, i dont love his fit, but i would not go that far.

    if you mean another fit, i may be inclined to agree with you, depending on the fit.


    thanks, man. good to be back.

    i wish that jacket was a suit tho.
     
  2. in stitches

    in stitches Well-Known Member

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    often the case, but in this fit, i think not.
     
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  3. acecow

    acecow Well-Known Member

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    The tie is too "city" and makes this ensemble incoherent in my perception. Beautiful jacket!
     
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  4. Rudals

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    Oh helz no. I gave Choc a thumb up.
    I was talking about another fit that I just thought was trash.
     
  5. mossrockss

    mossrockss Well-Known Member

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    Shades of blue and white.

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    [Face blocked due to tragically stupid facial expression]
     
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  6. Betelgeuse

    Betelgeuse Well-Known Member

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    Really digging the new pose, @Cotton Dockers and the fit. But yesterday's fit was awesome!
     
  7. luv2breformed

    luv2breformed Well-Known Member

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    Knits are city? Huh, I typically wear them as country. Perhaps silk knits I can see your point they are pretty clean.
     
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  8. eviltimeban

    eviltimeban Well-Known Member

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    Great jacket CD. I don't think the tie is too "city" either (oh and thanks for the comment!)

    I think Rudals was referring to ... someone obvious... he's certainly borderline.
     
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  9. Jamesgatz

    Jamesgatz Well-Known Member

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    You lack the track record here to make such a statement with any credibility. Better collect some more ties and work your jacket length before judging a guy with a style of his own (as opposed to Claghorn's or someone else's style).
     
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    You're definitely right. I am in agreement with you that I lack the track record and lack the knowledge. I also agree with you that I need to work on my stuff as well.
    But that doesn't mean I can't say, "looks like $#!T" what looks like $#!T to me. It's sloppy to put it nicely.

    And by the way, who the hell are you?
     
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  11. YRR92

    YRR92 Well-Known Member

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    Let's all just diss each other for dumb reasons!

    mossrocks, I'm guilty of this myself, but navy sox aren't so cool there. I'm searching for a replacement in that context. Thinking light yellow could be cool.
     
  12. kulata

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    Me? :puzzled:

    I like Choc's fit BTW and I appreciate risk taking.
     
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  13. in stitches

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    which fit? tell me so i can reply accordingly.


    nothing about CDs tie is city. no idea what ace is talking about.
     
  14. upr_crust

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    If often helps that, if you wish to wear a full Windsor knot, that you are fully a Windsor (or at least a latter-day Hanoverian).
     
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  15. in stitches

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    you both kind of right imho.


    YEAH!!!

    HEY *RANDOM POSTER* YOU SMELL LIKE A FARM ANIMAL!!! AND YOU LOOK LIKE ONE!!!!
     
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  16. mossrockss

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    thanks

    Ehh. To me, there really are only navy socks.
     
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  17. luv2breformed

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    Bahaha, I meant chocusa. Sorry, posted it on my phone and wasn't careful about who I was talking with. I will edit it. My bad!
     
  18. arnathor

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    Choc, I dig the vest. I'll put money down on the fact that the VAST majority of people you interacted with on that day thought you looked mighty sharp.

    To my eyes it breaks up your big frame and I see nothing offensive with a bit of contrast, especially something as harmless as what you chose.

    Also, I'm rocking a cardigan today so I am biased. [​IMG]
     
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  19. acecow

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    Right, because the majority is always right, especially when it comes to dressing well.
     
  20. arnathor

    arnathor Well-Known Member

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    Stichy done stole a state trooper's hat, you the right to remain spreezy. [​IMG]
     
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