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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. Pingson

    Pingson Well-Known Member

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    Much better, I think. And burgundy with navy is a classic combination
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  2. Pingson

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    This is a great page that summarise everything related to pocket squares.

    Sorry Mimo, I'm with Stichy on this one. No square is better than the wrong square....
     
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  3. clarinetplayer

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    Solids, stripes, dots.
     
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  5. Roy Al

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    Hilarious. It is me on an ordinary tuesday.
     
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  6. mimo

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    White square is safe. No square is dull. :)

    CS, burgundy is perfection with that line up - looking good!
     
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  7. Pingson

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    Depends on what you are wearing: with a navy suit - yes, with tweed - no.
     
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  8. mimo

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    A small bird of some sort fulfills the role in those circumstances.
     
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    :D Drooling over your speakers I was reminded of that skit.
     
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  10. Holdfast

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    Yeah, agreed. Tie too quiet for the square. Tips the eye a bit too much to the square.

    Trouser inseam is a little short given the leg opening, but that's an easy fix.
    Would really like this if the tie & square patterns were swapped over. As is, the palette is still very nice. But the pattern balance feels a little off.
     
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  11. Roy Al

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    I agree Holdfast, a bit on the short side.
     
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    My first WAYWT post …
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    BB Hopsack
    HY Madras Linen Tie
    KW Cotton Leaf Motif PS
     
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  13. mimo

    mimo Well-Known Member

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    Bit personal. He has a big personality though.
     
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  14. Roy Al

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    Yes, but I feel they are too short. Just a bit.
     
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    is "personality" a euphemism or something I need to look up on urban dictionary :confused:
     
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  16. mimo

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    I'm only able to guess from his SF contributions, so hard to say!
     
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    I might not have much of a personality, but then on the other side I can not have much of a personality disorder. So I count my blessings. For time being. No one can be to safe when it comes to healt imo.
    On the other hand the trousers are about lines and visualy prolonging and slimming my corpus, then it is better when they at not too long or too short.
     
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  18. mimo

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    Another dark navy suit - brown tie from Loro Piana, oxblood shoes from Vass.

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    Beautiful example of a fat head with wide lapels to balance each other.

    -sincerely
    fellow fat head
     
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    Usually wear darker shoes with this colour suit (its lighter than navy though). This was not a successful experiment; back to dark brown
     
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