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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. Louis XIV

    Louis XIV Well-Known Member

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    Thank you, and no offense taken! I didn't like the way I was holding my arms there. My wife never wants to take more than one picture.

    The shoes are Crockett and Jones Drummond.
     
  3. IsteRed

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    Мне очень нравится ваш стиль,у вас он очень своеобразный,в хорошем смысле этого слова.Я моложе вас но именно к такому стилю я стремлюсь и внимательно буду следить за вашими записями здесь,продолжайте пожалуйста у вас правда очень хороший вкус.И пожалуйста дайте пару советов как вы чистите свою обувь,они у вас будто покрыты стеклом,я всегда хотел так же но не знал как это делается :D Простите за мой русский,он у меня не родной язык. Sorry for my Russian guys :)
     
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    :eh:

    Victor's wardrobe is quite large, but a bit flamboyant for my taste.

    I think I prefer the beantown stylings of our resident Master of Sockpuppets. Manton's finally won over my brain.


    Good to see you again. I like it all but the knot.
     
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    I think it's time for Victor to post some closet pics! What do you say, Victor?



    Hey there, bb. Long time, no see! I thought you were done with us, man. Come to think of it, I thought you were done with jobs, too. :happy: What's this about an interview?
     
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    Limited?
     
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    Hard to spot on the internet without the right emoticons :laugh:.
     
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    I really like this mix of materials. It offers a nice balance for cool weather with less wrinkles than 100% linen.


     
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    Saturday evening, decided to call it an early one. Tonights outfit (btw, don't own a tripod yet, so my camera cropped the first picture a tad. Pic with both arms showing here):

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    Long time lurker....signed on just to reject your observation of the 'VictorSF phenomenon'. Limited wardrobe? Observe a little further...he owns about 50 jackets or so. Incredible.
     
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    Nah, I haven't left -- but it's like 100 degrees here on average, and you don't wanna see a bunch of pictures of me in Madras!

    I was interviewing for a fun job! They're opening a new Nordstrom in Nashville, I was interviewing to sell men's furnishings. Tie salesman!
     
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    Good to see you back, bleachy!
     
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  16. VictorSF

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    Thank you all, especially the humor!




    About the number. In fact, if you think about it, my wardrobe is significant, but not as great as you say.

    At the same respected Voxatoria (I apologize for the error in the name) - wardrobe will be considerably more my own.

    In my many friends wardrobe several times more than me. Number of pairs of shoes - 200, suits - more 100-200 - this, while not common, but it has spread among my friends.

    Besides, at one floor set aside a familiar guy in the house under the wardrobe, he has more than 2,000 costumes. It is true he an artist, but still scale unique.

    I'm all for that my wardrobe by the standards of the same dandy 19th and early 20th century - perhaps even had very small.

    Just everything in this world depends on the comparison. That's all.




    As for the polishing of shoes - polishing with shoe polish and creams from the company Saphir.

    On the new couple spent about 90 minutes. For maintenance in the future - enough for 3-5 minutes after each wearing. Often I am too lazy to do it after every dressing, and I'm doing a polish time.

    Technology standard, many times described in the Internet and presenting large number of clips on YouTube.

    But it is important to understand that technology does not come immediately after reading the theory, but only with experience. And experience can not tell.

    I started getting more or less decent polish only after half a year of practice.

    It is possible that you will learn faster. Good luck!




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    What the fresh hell is this shit?
     
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    Jesus Christ, one single Russian is taking out our WHOLE SF??!!! Needless to say, Victor your stuff is pretty impressive. Show us a few shots of the rest of your closet, we'd like to see it. :)
     
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    Excuse me, do not quite understand you. My English is very bad.

    What exactly do you want from me? [​IMG]
     
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