HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part II

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  1. KObalto

    KObalto Senior member

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    Cleverley bespoke.

    Whoops! My bad. That's right, I think I remember you posting about them before now. Absolutely stunning in any event. [​IMG]
     
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    not a great pic and I have a messy office but you get the idea.

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  3. MBreinin

    MBreinin Senior member

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    Holy shit -- that's some suit. I love the pattern (mis)matching between lapel and collar: very clever.

    Thanks. It is quite striking in person. The pics don't do it any justice.

    Mike
     
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    I regret being slow to decide...someone else got it.


    - B

    Was that a PP 2484? Do you have any experience with Paul Duggan in Boston?
     
  5. mafoofan

    mafoofan THE FOO Dubiously Honored

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    I regret being slow to decide...someone else got it.

    That's my dream watch and you lost the opportunity to gift it to me. Fool.
     
  6. voxsartoria

    voxsartoria Goon member

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    Was that a PP 2484? Do you have any experience with Paul Duggan in Boston?

    No, that's not a 2484. Basically, I want to have a 27-460 M at some point that is pristine inside...character on dial and case is perfectly fine.

    I've never bought anything from Duggan, but I'm not a collector.

    That's my dream watch and you lost the opportunity to gift it to me. Fool.

    You already have an adoptive father.


    - B
     
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    Try the crotch thorn. You'll see.
    Many of those in Mt. Carmel got there because they couldn't hack it.


    Even more cryptic than usual, C. [​IMG]
     
  8. JayJay

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    Yes, that's a 2484. Basically, I want to have a 27-460 M at some point that is pristine inside...character on dial and case is perfectly fine.

    I've never bought anything from Duggan, but I'm not a collector.



    You already have an adoptive father.


    - B

    I don't consider myself a WIS or collector either, but there are a few watches that I really like, and the 2484 is one of them.

    Duggan usually keeps a nice collection of PP's on hand. I didn't have a positive experience with them, but they do usually have a good collection.
     
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    Well, with no Spoo around this week for the outrageous fits...I figured I should sack up.

    I wish these pics came out better, but C'est La Vie.

    RLPL suit, Polo tie, can't remember the shirt and Wright Cordwainer kicks.

    Have a great Wednesday!

    Mike


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    And, by request......the Full Monty. I removed the vest though. Way too freakin' hot today.

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    Amazing MB...even if you only went Total 3P for a few minutes...to do that in NO in August...must be worth something. Nice French Cuffs too...there is no way that outfit could survive with mere barrel cuffs.
     
  10. voxsartoria

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    I don't consider myself a WIS or collector either, but there are a few watches that I really like, and the 2484 is one of them.

    Duggan usually keeps a nice collection of PP's on hand. I didn't have a positive experience with them, but they do usually have a good collection.


    I had my model numbers mixed up...I think that the 2484 is manual, right?

    The 27-460 was the no-holds barred PP auto. The model in that pic is a 3425.

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    Sorry to hear that you had a less than steller experience with Duggan.


    - B
     
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    I regret being slow to decide...someone else got it.


    - B


    I feel for you, Vox. Such difficult life decisions.......[​IMG]

    Mike
     
  12. voxsartoria

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    I feel for you, Vox. Such difficult life decisions.......[​IMG]

    Mike


    It's a slippery slope...or is it a sliding scale? I get the two confused sometimes.

    It seemed a bit much to get that right when the economy was in a steep tailspin. Silly of me, really, in retrospect.


    - B
     
  13. mafoofan

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    You already have an adoptive father.

    He abandoned me. Now, there is nothing left for me in MC but empty space to fill with self-loathing.
     
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    I had my model numbers mixed up...I think that the 2484 is manual, right?


    - B

    Yes, manual.
     
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    That Chan looks great on you.

    Indeed. Nice work M.
     
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