HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part II

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  1. clarinetplayer

    clarinetplayer Senior member

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    ^^^ The picking on that jacket is the shizzzzz [​IMG]
     


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    Broke out the new Sam Hober grenadine today. Ah, the texture!

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    nice use of blues and greys gents!!

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    this thread is DEFINITELY on its last legs.

    Who is the maker of this bag?

    i like the bag a lot.

    Brooks Brothers Made in England - don't know who the original maker is.

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    the tie is fine. you have really evolved. nice look.

    Chale, I dey go Tema for make cut picture

    your pidgin dey come form small small [​IMG] [​IMG]

    I always think of you as the dude in the Indiana Jones movies who is perfectly turned out in a suit and tie as he wanders through the marketplace of a third-world country; everything neatly in place and free of dust as he steps over the beggars and people dying of cholera. [​IMG]

    lol @ the vivid description. i can almost close my eyes and imagine it.
     


  4. clarinetplayer

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    RL Purple Label silk knit tie (extra-crunchy!)

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    I like your description of the tie: "extra crunchy"
     


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    ^^^

    The picking on that jacket is the shizzzzz [​IMG]



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    I wish half my teachers had looked as good as you do in this suit. In fact, I can remember only 1 professor who dressed as well as you do. Thanks for your sense of 'professionalism', TB [​IMG]
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    What a great description!: I always think of you as the dude in the Indiana Jones movies who is perfectly turned out in a suit and tie as he wanders through the marketplace of a third-world country; everything neatly in place and free of dust as he steps over the beggars and people dying of cholera. [​IMG]

    Really, really like this, J. Congrats! (What is that behind you??)

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    You scared the kids away. [​IMG]

    That's one very wild gun club check. Bravo [​IMG]
     


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    Nice look[​IMG] Who makes the shoes? They look like EG or G&G ?

    It's a bespoke made by Maftei Vienna.

    Love the tie. What material/weave is it?

    corduroy


    I thought you would! [​IMG] By the way - who makes most of your socks? They are very unique! [​IMG]


    Most (90%) is from Gallo the rest Perofilo, DoreDore and Viccel
     


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    You scared the kids away. [​IMG]

    That's one very wild gun club check. Bravo [​IMG]

    [​IMG] That wasn't intentionally.
    Thanks!
     


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    Good to see you posting. The jacket's not my cup of tea but works well with the rest. I really like that bag.

    Outstanding. Casual is so much more difficult to do well than formal.



    smashing!! definitely something to keep for the DTO archives [​IMG]



    Great! The young YSL [​IMG]


    Like this a lot, fits you very well.. Keep posting.. What are the jacket and jeans?

    Thanks, all. The jacket is custom-made by Safak in Cologne, jeans are APC NS.
     


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    nice use of blues and greys gents!!

    Thanks!


    Really, really like this, J. Congrats! (What is that behind you??)


    Thanks, Tom. I believe that it is a giant flower pot.
     


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    Thought I'd break the autumn wardrobe out a little early this year. Please excuse the "action" shot - my wife didn't give me a "1, 2, 3" as a warning.

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    The ticket pocket adds the perfect touch. I like the trousers.
     


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    that really rocks...
     


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