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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. FreedBird

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    Shoe feedback noted. The jacket is by "Carracci" I know nothing about it other than I got a great deal on it and it is made in Italy.
     
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  3. mimo

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    That's a coincidence. I had one by "Italy", made in Karachi.
     
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    @ Coldsalmon - suit looks entirely different colour in each picture so not sure which is more accurate. Either way it fits well and I like the dark blue but not as dark as navy especially in the warmer months. Clags displayed one of possibly similar hue recently to good effect.

    @ Anden - solid as usual, very nice take on the blazer and khakis look.
     
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    I like, but it looks very F/W to my eyes while we're having the only nice weather we'll have for about the next 4.5 months.
     
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    OTT by TTO, as per usual!
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    Very nice Mr. T - is this an entry in the FC?
     
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    I don't know if it's how you're standing, but those shoulders make the jacket look at least a size too big.
     
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    Thanks. It's the stance. Blame Stitchy.
     
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    Thanks for posting this Coxsackie! I was on mobile all day yesterday and had no idea I got ANY thumbs … WOW! I almost went without the tie yesterday, but I thought of you guys and thought, you know … I can do better and decided to don the tie. A BIG THANKS gentlemen! You are my heroes!
     
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    Some shots from today's look. It was a bit bright out, so unfortunately the colors got a bit washed out in the photographs. If anyone wants to help take this briefcase off my hands please let me know...

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    Clearly a unique style, but way, way to busy for my taste......
    I can only second @EliodA comment and suggest warmer colours. That fit would have looked much better with the brown grenadine you are thinking about....
    What fabric is the suit - wool or linen? Regardless, that DB waistcoat seems a little incongruent, something I would expect to see with morning dress but not a lounge suit...
    This looks really good! If I were to nitpick, the sleeves look a tad bit long but that could just be the angle of the photo...
    This should get @sugarbutch going, both contrast shirt and a yellow tie :lurk:
    Jacket looks tight, that button appears to be about to pop?
     
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    Ping, I think the scale and type of the tie and hank patterns is too similar today.
     
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    Today is my birthday. And it its honor, I give myself, this here 60 thousandth post.

    That is all. :)
     
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