HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part II

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  1. edmorel

    edmorel Quality Seller!! Dubiously Honored

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    For an extreme whitening affect, I recommend consuming Jello while listening to Jeff Foxworthy on high volume.


    - B


    "you might be a redneck, if you wear suede boots in August!"

    Ed - awesome stuff. I have a pair of those same boots. Love 'em. My new favorites. What tie knot is that out of curiosity? Looks perfect for your ties.

    thanks, just a FIH, only knot I know.
     
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    edmorel Quality Seller!! Dubiously Honored

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    "you might be a redneck, if you wear suede boots in August!"

    Hand-welting and the absence of gemming makes Vass a year-round shoe.


    - B
     
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    Suede boots in August is either a huge faux pas or counter-intuitive genuis.

    Desert Boots are both suede and boots.
     
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    thanks, just a FIH, only knot I know.

    Hmmm...that's what I usually use as well. Perhaps I just need to be more aggressive with the knotting to get that sort of dimple with ties as delicate as yours.
     
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    Hmmm...that's what I usually use as well. Perhaps I just need to be more aggressive with the knotting to get that sort of dimple with ties as delicate as yours.

    Here briefly, a dimple and an arch out of a tissue-thin Rubinacci unlined six:

    [​IMG]


    - B
     
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    Winter day in Sydney calls for FU heavy wool plaid [​IMG] Something other than Vass [​IMG]

    - Nice to see you fully back on track... Keep 'em coming, PG.
    coat-nsm shirt-Cego aka "I'm about to kick you out of here!" tie - me pants-me boots- vass not seen, my fun socks. They are solid navy. I'm looking a bit dark in this pic, that whitening cream is not working [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
    love the boots ed.
    - +1
     
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    Winter day in Sydney calls for FU heavy wool plaid
    Fantastic suit.
    [​IMG]
    Very cool.
    http://i172.photobucket.com/albums/w...1280766204.jpg
    Love that jacket. First, some higher-rise & baggy jeans from yesterday to make to tear your eyes out: [​IMG] Hopefully a little less shocking today... [​IMG][​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    Great tie, HF. I almost wore green myself today.

    Also, thanks for the Kudos.

    Mike
     
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    Here briefly, a dimple and an arch out of a tissue-thin Rubinacci unlined six:

    [​IMG]


    - B


    Thanks, but missed it. Must have been like Kaiser Soze . Poof. It's gone. Hopefully we'll all see more of your photos again soon!
     
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    Winter day in Sydney calls for FU heavy wool plaid
    [​IMG]

    Something other than Vass
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    Very Cool PG!
     
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    deets please, ty
    Allen Edmonds Weybridge.
    Sharp! Dig the tie!
    Thanks Augustus. Nothing special just your typical black suit. Had to sing in the men's choir at church and the choir director demaned that we dress in black coat and tie and white shirt [​IMG] . [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    Then you and I have something in common. [​IMG]

    I welcome your retro-ish posts and threads, and encourage you to make more.


    - B


    Much appreciated! A tip of my hat to you for being a good sport and a gentlemanly debater.
     
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    Much appreciated! A tip of my hat to you for being a good sport and a gentlemanly debater.

    [​IMG]


    - B
     
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    Mike and oldog, starting the week with a bang!

    Although I always request a medium break on my trousers, I respect oldog's fuller breaks as part of his overall look. He pulls them off well. Many younger men abuse the full break (well, they really don't even know what a "break" is, their pants are just too damn long), which may have led to a slight recoil from that option on the part of some.

    EDIT: Also good to get a glimpse of the estimable Mr. Morel, even if some of his more outre posts are a shock to my system.
     
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