HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part II

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  1. ManofKent

    ManofKent Senior member

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    Nice piece of corduroy




    Hmm, I have both US and UK passports, and I happened to wear something vaguely American today, just to confuse jurisdictional matters futher... [​IMG]

    Looks good, we'll have you on our side [​IMG]
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    Looking good Spoo - can't go wrong with blue gingham & tan
    Guess I'm representin' the ol' US today. No color theme, but everything I'm wearing was made in the US.

    Southwick charcoal 3/2 sack suit
    BB ocbd
    "Ruffler" by Rooster cotton tie
    Coach burgundy belt
    Alden burgundy shell monks

    Sack suit, and burgundy shell - got to be the US [​IMG] Looks good.
    Good Friday Morning to All.
    I like mono, and I think with clearer photos the patterns would look okay.
    As I sit on waivers awaiting the decision on what region i may represent ... i humbly present my entry. ​

    I agree with Trini - that jacket is made for white trousers- looks good as is though.​
     
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    MBreinin Senior member

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    Ok, I am doubling up for America! LOL.

    Two days of conservatism for me. I was in mediation all day yesterday (and only got one good pic) and had to meet with my tax attorney today (which is a thrill, let me tell you).

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    Today. Sorry the links are fuzzy...they are Hula Girls. [​IMG]


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  3. ManofKent

    ManofKent Senior member

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    ^^^ Not sure about the ethics of a double entry MB [​IMG] but I particularly like the second look.
     
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    Holdfast Senior member

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    Guess I'm representin' the ol' US today. No color theme, but everything I'm wearing was made in the US.

    Have you lost a little weight, or is that suit a bit slimmer than some of your others?

    Nice outfit.

    Looks good, we'll have you on our side [​IMG]

    [​IMG] thanks!
     
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    MBreinin Senior member

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    ^^^ Not sure about the ethics of a double entry MB [​IMG] but I particularly like the second look.

    We need all the help we can get. [​IMG]

    Thanks, MOK.

    Mike
     
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    Got to ask details on that wonderful tie ??????
     
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    niidawg3 Senior member

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    Nii that is one hell of a bright blazer, but you rock it well. And, in case of emergency, you will be able to direct traffic without any problems. [​IMG]

    Service to the community - what can i say ...

    Hmmmmmm......who gets Nii???

    Holland maybe?

    You need some white pants with that outfit, son!

    I agree with Trini - that jacket is made for white trousers- looks good as is though.

    i didnt have the balls to pull off white pants with an orange blazer, especially when i had a meeting where a couple EVPs would be at ... lol

    Now if i were hanging out in Miami - without a dizzoubt!!
     
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    Cary Grant Senior member

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    As I sit on waivers awaiting the decision on what region i may represent ... i humbly present my entry.
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    Trou a bit tight in the quads, Nii?

    Not that I am aroused...
     
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    jamesbond Senior member

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    We need all the help we can get. [​IMG]

    Thanks, MOK.

    Mike


    What happened to the surf? This hurricane sucked! haha. I think the winds totally killed off any clean surfing conditions up here. [​IMG]
     
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    I like mono, and I think with clearer photos the patterns would look okay.

    When i get home I will use my actual camera for a bit view!
     
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    What happened to the surf? This hurricane sucked! haha. I think the winds totally killed off any clean surfing conditions up here. [​IMG]

    You are getting winds in the wrong direction, I guess.

    I have heard some great reports from other locations. Earl was a let down in many respects. However, most of those are considered "good" and not let downs.

    Mike
     
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    MERICA, FUCK YEAH. [​IMG] [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
     
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    First post in a long time. Im not very happy with the photography but i realy felt like posting so here goes. Getting realy cold here in Sweden.

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    Also feattured: Navy pants, navy socks with light blue small dots and double monks from C&J
     
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    Nice casual look blofeld - I'll let you off with that entry [​IMG]
     
  15. ManofKent

    ManofKent Senior member

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    Late entry for the Redcoats:

    Pretty much all English apart from the watch too...

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    Shoes: Loake Exeter
    Suit: TM Lewin
    Shirt: Charles Tyrwhitt
    Tie: Jaeger
    PS: unbranded (Tie Rack?)
    Watch: Seiko 5 on a Hirsch Mariner strap (present from my wife)
     
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