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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. Claghorn

    Claghorn Well-Known Member

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    Same double monks I always wear. Meermin
     
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  2. JHT652

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    +1 @eviltimebanWhite is always right.
     
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  3. in stitches

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    no you moran. pic of you wearing them on your feet. yeesh. :)
     
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  4. faribeana88

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    I just realized the waistcoat is attached to the pants so removing it may not be so easy?
     
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    I was told it was Spring here in New York [​IMG]
     
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  6. in stitches

    in stitches Well-Known Member

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    Perfect.
     
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  7. TM79

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    That's what Donald Sterling would say, anyways.

    Too soon?
     
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  8. europrep

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    Thanks @in stitches @Sotiris @gdl203 @patrickBOOTH

    Here is a slightly better pic of tie/shirt combo.


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  9. in stitches

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    So nice. I love that tie so much.
     
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  10. europrep

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    Love how that lapel button hole pops from a distance
     
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  11. Holdfast

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    I love your highwire pattern combinations, but for me this one isn't syncing up right. That's a really tough shirt to pair with a patterned tie.

    Have you ever posted a full-length shot of this suit? It always looks so splendid in the close-ups.

    Firstly, welcome to the thread. You already know I liked your outfit with the grey version of these that you posted in the Luxire thread. I think it's worth cross-posting that look into here too:

    For me, the grey works much better with the other colours than the navy does. It creates a drab (but in a good way) colour combination, whereas the navy is too much of a contrast against both shirt and jacket. Swap those pale brown boots into your grey outfit and it is all kinds of awesome.

    I think the navy needs a slightly different interpretation. Maybe a different coloured jacket, the pale blue shirt plus a thin bow-tie? Not sure. Would need experimenting. But they would be fun experiments.

    By the way, I agree strongly with those saying that your outfits definitely belong in this section of the forum rather than SWD.


    That's a really, really, really nice tie. Probably my favourite tie in this thread for quite some time, and the outfit uses it very well indeed. Mind you, I am inordinately fond of teal/navy combinations. I think it would also work with a white shirt, FWIW.



    Casual again today:

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  12. Sotiris

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    Yes, it does work well with a white shirt too. :nodding:

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  13. clarinetplayer

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    My only bright red tie.
     
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  14. GMMcL

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    Thanks again for the thumbs yesterday. Here's today. Something's wrong with my editor bar, and I can't see the spoiler function. Sorry. [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] Zegna Barba Vintage/unknown RLPL Trafalgar Hickey Pantherella Barrie Ltd.
     
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  15. in stitches

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    G - a nice look but i think the pants and SC could use a wee bit more contrast. im waiting for gdl to disagree.
     
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    I don't think lack of contrast is an issue here. But I cannot approve of the socks choice.
     
  17. DonCologne

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    Today with Don style pics.

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  18. in stitches

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    i figured you would say that.

    but....


    Y DO YOU HATE OLD MAN SOCKS SO MUCH?????
     
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    do not like that shirt, don, but the rest is real nice. :)
     
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    @DonCologne

    Running out of ideas? The same pattern three times in one fit?! :-X
     
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