HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part II

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  1. Neb

    Neb Well-Known Member

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    Love this tie:

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    too hot in LA for clothing

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    shirt: MTM
    trou: BB
    kicks: TRICKERS
    belt: BARNEYS
    bag: FILSON
    watch: PAMMY on VELCRO
     


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    I like the combo, Nii.
     


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    The Florsheims are awesome. I believe in the boats. Own a black pair myself.
     


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    Love this tie:

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    I am fond of it as well. Thanks!

    The Florsheims are awesome. I believe in the boats. Own a black pair myself.

    I rock the boats. 5 pair in various colors. This is my only Shell pair though...all of mine are vintage. You can't go wrong!

    Mike
     


  6. voxsartoria

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    Taciturn Text Post Thursday:

    Borrelli Linosa 3/2 navy linen jacket, unlined, unpadded, uncanvassed, with underarm darts and three patch pockets
    Dege & Skinner (Robert Whittaker) bespoke shirt in Acorn Grange, double cuffs
    Panta six fold tie
    Rubinacci shell and 18K links
    Sam Hober square in Carlo Riva blue and white cotton voile
    Borrelli cotton chinos
    Smathers & Branson herringbone needlepoint belt
    no socks
    Asprey (Silvano Lattanzi) true suede pennies
    Cartier plain band in 18K
    Jaeger-LeCoultre manual wind in rose 18k (c.1962)


    - B
     


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    Taciturn Text Post Thursday:

    Borrelli Linosa 3/2 navy linen jacket, unlined, unpadded, uncanvassed, with underarm darts and three patch pockets
    Dege & Skinner (Robert Whittaker) bespoke shirt in Acorn Grange, double cuffs
    Panta six fold tie
    Rubinacci shell and 18K links
    Sam Hober square in Carlo Riva blue and white cotton voile
    Borrelli cotton chinos
    Smathers & Branson herringbone needlepoint belt
    no socks
    Asprey (Silvano Lattanzi) true suede pennies
    Cartier plain band in 18K
    Jaeger-LeCoultre manual wind in rose 18k (c.1962)


    - B


    Vox,

    I had a quick, non-clothing related question for you, and I didn't want to muddy up any threads with it. Any chance you could clear out some messages in your inbox?

    Thanks,
    Aaron
     


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    Press 3/2 sack blazer
    LE pink pinpoint bd
    Gant cotton tie
    Berle chinos
    Nettleton shell lhs
     


  9. MBreinin

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    Press 3/2 sack blazer
    LE pink pinpoint bd
    Gant cotton tie
    Berle chinos
    Nettleton shell lhs


    Nice trad look.

    Mike
     


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    Everyone who has ever posted in this thread is ugly and doesn't know anything about clothes and how to receive vitamin C in Central Europe if it is cold and 3000 B.C., but me.
     


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    All masterclass on their own...really envy your sense of style, guys!!


    You are obviously a gentleman of supreme style and taste . . . .

    Seriously though I like everything in your pic but the shoes.
     


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    Everyone who has ever posted in this thread is ugly and doesn't know anything about clothes and how to receive vitamin C in Central Europe if it is cold and 3000 B.C., but me.

    If you are gonna make vodka in the bathtub, drain the bathwater first . . . .
     


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    Photoset of What I wore.

    I hate these silly "click on my link to go to my blog to see what i wore" kind of dealies. Just post the image! [​IMG]
     


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    individual pieces are very nice, but together they are clashing with each other. they need to be making hot sex with each other ... (no diss here ... just a joking reference to another member's post about matching and clashing)

    i'd go with white bucks for the shoes ... more understated than the two tone tasselled loafers. also not sure about the jacket with seersucker/stripe pants. hope you keep posting though.


    Clothes have hot sex? [​IMG]...well, i need to seperate shirts from jackets in my closet, then [​IMG]...and now i now where those white stains come from. Ughh....

    The colour of the jacket blended in smoothly with the linen pant, though...

    Anyway, i will [​IMG]

    Pretty bold for SF but I like most of the clothes, maybe just in different combinations. Good job.

    Thx [​IMG]

    spoozy - I like your choice of shirt/tie and PS combination.

    Cheers, a classic colour combo of blue / red / white never fails.

    I think he could pull this off if he just switched the pants out for some solid blue cotton, or white cotton. The biggest problem is that the seersucker and stripe in the shirt are the same size and they clash.

    Stripes on stripes - tricky to handle. You´re right, simple blue pants might have been the better choice.

    I agree. White pants and this would have been solid. It is still out there, but it would have been better.

    Mike


    Hmmm...not sure about white. What do you think about red?

    Like the hair. Trousers/shirt are too close in pattern for comfort, for me.


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    Yeah, true.

    You are obviously a gentleman of supreme style and taste . . . .

    Seriously though I like everything in your pic but the shoes.


    Thank you a lot.

    For me, it was all about the shoes. But i gotta admit: either you love or you loath them.


    And to all of you guys who are steadily posting: you´re so inspirational and it is a real pleasure to see your outfits. Keep up the good work, all of you.
     


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