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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. Texmo

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    Electric is a no go?
     
  2. Jay_Gatsby

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    Try Pacific Blue.
     
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    There are some highly questionable shots here. Highly.
     
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    I don't think it's a coincidence that advanced tie knots sound a lot like gay sex acts.
     
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    ...er... so you want your hips to seem BIGGER in relation to your lower legs and feet?
     
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    FTFY. (I like the vibe, it's just that, those pants... they... no)
     
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    Holy &(&*# ............ How much did you sweat through that?
     
  8. Trompe le Monde

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    would look sooo much better if the lapel rolled to the middle button
    because the other aspects of the suit works out
     
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    What's wrong with Decos? :nest:

    JapanAlex01: Please do me the favor of engaging in an experiment. For the rest of the week until the 1st of August, refrain from making any public critique, criticism, or comment here in WAYWRN. Instead, put a folder on the desktop of your computer with pictures you've taken from here on WAYWRN, and a list of comments/critiques for each one - both positive and negative. You don't need to have a thought about everything - just the ones which really strike your fancy. During the week, whenever you add something to that folder, go back and look at some of the other things in it. Reevaluate the comments you have saved about whatever fit you're looking at again. Also try, in an honest way, to guess and understand (from a sartorial standpoint) why the person in the photo would have made such a decision.

    Should you decide to engage in this exercise with me I will create a thread in here in the Men's Clothing Forum next Monday morning where you can present your findings. The only thing I would ask of you about this is to once again reevaluate everything as you put it together to present. If you don't like it and have harsh things to say, that will be perfectly fine. In the interest of fairness, I will put together and post a list of pictures and thoughts, comments, and critiques of my own. Who knows, maybe some other folks will join in and it will turn into a party.

    What do you say?
     
  10. SpooPoker

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    You can tell that Tits is a good teacher. Right there. He gave the extra credit assignment in front of the whole class.
     
  11. cronicmole

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    Wearing a DB jacket for a day on the sea is perhaps the most pretentious thing ever.
     
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    [​IMG]
    -TTO
     
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    FTFY.
     
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    I'm gonna get some hate for this, but PaoloM in most of your pics you just kind of come off as a big dork who is trying too hard.. the double breasted jackets, the weird clashing patterns and plaid shirts.. it's just like Wall Street 1980s gone horrifically wrong. The single breasted with the muted tie/PS was the best of the lot.
     
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    For the sake of his students I hope he's not nearly so windy in real life, but somehow I doubt this will be true. :D
     
  16. SpooPoker

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    Win. Including the steps.


    Nah, he lays it down realz for sure. He seems the type to plant a G&G Deco in the ass of some young scamp who got all rowdy and what not.

    By the way, Given that the speed of light is 3.0 x 10 (8) m/s , what would it be in miles per hour?
     
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    From my observations since joining, it seems like a lot of people here don't actually know how to critique, or take criticism. A lot of people can only critique from their own perspective. It's like a food critic who writes a in a review of a French restaurant that he'd have liked it more if it were Italian.
     
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    Who are you speaking of, specifically?
     
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    3.0 x 10 (8) x 3600 (i.e. the number of seconds in an hour) - since you asked . . . :devil:
     
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    The steps - are they somewhere in the rear of the Victoria and Albert? I seem to remember steps like those leading up to the silver exhibits - Minton, IIRC.
     
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