HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part II

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  1. gazman70k

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  2. Da Luis Vuitton Don

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    Multi colored RL long sleeve shirt nautica jeans Polo shades and chucks......

    NO LOGO ON MY SHIRT OR JEANS [​IMG]
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    Took these pics for another forum, decided to put them here too. Southern trad/prep

    July 4th outfit
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    -BB OCBD
    -Lands End shorts
    -NC embroidered belt, Volunteer Traditions
    -Cole Haan penny loafers

    Going to school
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    -Sears Roebuck University Blue Stripe OCBD
    -Ducks Head chinos
    -Lands End surcingle belt
    -Sperry Boat shoes
    -Ray Ban aviators

    Easter
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    -Anderson-Little Blue Blazer
    -RL OCBD
    -Nordstroms vintage plaid tie
    -RL chinos
    -J Crew Engine-Turned Plaque belt
    -Bucherer Swiss Watch with NATO strap
     


  4. Da Luis Vuitton Don

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    awesome boat shoes sir ;D
     


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    Don't do it, man! You've got so much to live for! Like that bag, for instance.

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    That is freakin' awesome, dawg! Very sharp.
     


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    Varvatos blazer
    NM pocket-square
    Borrelli shirt
    Borrelli pant
    Zegna belt
    Armani socks
    Tod's driving mocs
    VW cologne
    Piaget watch
     


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    Welcome back, topbroker. I remember when you where living up in Appleton, Wisconsin.

    Thanks! Since then I moved to Carson City, Nevada, for a job at a charter high school that went bust this spring; and now to Korea, where I am living out my "international man of intrigue" fantasies even more than I thought I would. I feel akin to William Holden in a Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing, or Joel McCrea in Foreign Correspondent, or Mel Gibson in The Year of Living Dangerously, or the writers that Paul Fussell describes in his wonderful book Abroad: British Literary Traveling between the Wars. The key difference, I hope, is that I don't approach Korea as merely exotic, or with a colonialist attitude. I figure that you can be a modern liberal and still look dashing in a trenchcoat.
     


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    inq89, all your looks work really well.
     


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    J. Crew polo J. Crew khakis LL Bean boat shoes Cuomo 2010 pin I believe our governor-in-waiting is wearing an Hermes tie. [​IMG] [​IMG]
     


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    Horrifyingly bad photography and setting, enjoy!

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    Horrifyingly bad photography and setting, enjoy! Picture
    Nice
     


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    Horrifyingly bad photography and setting, enjoy!

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    Very nice. The slightly visible color contrast offered by the lighter-toned socks really makes the outfit. (Or are you sockless there? Well, that's a contrast, too.)
     


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    SpooPoker Internet Bigtimer and Most Popular Man on Campus Dubiously Honored Affiliate Vendor

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    You never cease to amaze me on how happy you always are in your pics. You have a great energy.


    Hey, SPoo.....the garden behind you is looking pretty good - Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme?? [​IMG]

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    Nice suit, btw...what material is it and I love the PS


    Thanks - we bought the seeds at scarborough fair. [​IMG] But you are correct in your guesses, all are growing back there.

    The fabric is a Dormeuil cotton, the PS is the Hermes "Alphabet" print.

    Horrifyingly bad photography and setting, enjoy!

    It seems the pants are a little high rise? Nice color though.
     


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