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HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part II

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by LabelKing, Jan 1, 2010.

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  1. aeglus

    aeglus Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    That bad? And yeah, I wish the buttons were a bit lower. I'll keep my out for that in the future. Broke right now though. Got out of a messy breakup with a hagwon that resulted in the police trying to find the guy, and me out like 7 grand.

    Oh no, it's not really "that bad". I just think other posters can detail other stuff and likely no one would comment on the button stance. Guess that bit of bad news for you makes me feel a little more fortunate that I "only" lost my wallet and brand new Galaxy S earlier in the month. Korea isn't too kind sometimes [​IMG]
     
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    Lose the zip up.

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    Can you lengthen those sleeves?

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    Love this.

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    I feel like your jacket looks shrunken. To me it also makes you look heavy. If you don't mind, how tall are you and how much do you weigh?
     
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    Oh no, it's not really "that bad". I just think other posters can detail other stuff and likely no one would comment on the button stance. Guess that bit of bad news for you makes me feel a little more fortunate that I "only" lost my wallet and brand new Galaxy S earlier in the month. Korea isn't too kind sometimes [​IMG]

    Yeah, but I try to keep it in perspective. The same job that fucked me was how I met some new friends. As for losing phones, I know someone who lost theirs on a beach and an old korean lady actually went so far as to mail it back to him.

    Keeping it on subject... all looks good someother. I can't comment much on fit since you're seated, but nothing seems to be bunching up badly or the such.

    It's amazing how much decent photos bring up a look too. PG is pro at making what he's wearing look good (not that it doesn't otherwise.) Reminds me of this - http://blog.okcupid.com/index.php/do...y-by-accident/
     
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    Ready for the weekend...
     
  6. Jamesgatz

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    What a great herringbone three-piece.
     
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    A nice picture.
     
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    This thing costs USD 1,000? I don't mind paying that sum for a SC or so, but for a tie clip? C'mon... you're kidding. No, of course, you're not. You know, in my business we use to say "there aren't 1,000 dollar prostitutes, there are only 1,000 dollar suitors." My translation might not be proper but I guess you get the picture... [​IMG]
    $1000 tie pin, if you didn't mention that I would just think it's a gold color pin. But with great respect sir, you look great like always.
    I'm pretty sure he's kidding, looks like a regular safety pin and it wouldn't be BV without a woven design on it.
    He's not kidding, and it lists for USD$1,300.
    I saw that too ... i hope its 24 karat gold, infused with platinum.
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    +1,stupid.
    - well what can I add but it is white gold & a recent Xmas present from a special friend
    - also how different is it to jewelry

    Suit: Polo USA, virtually identical to Chester Barrie Purple Label...$125.00 on E-Bay
    - great suit & colours

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    Ready for the weekend...

    - instant FULL re-quote
     
  9. NOBD

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    Yes, looks great UC. (No black bus driver's shoes with that, I hope?)
    ^
    (So did your white trouser combo, PG.)
     
  10. Threadbearer

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    but does high buttoning even flatter anyone?
    rarely see it look good.

    Agreed. It's tough to do well. No one's really been able to pull it off since Nehru. And he went all the way.

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    So did these guys:

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    Great contrast, UC. And I'm not just talking about the gray on purple. [​IMG]
     
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    Full of awesome!!!!

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    A nice picture.[/quote]

    Agreed.

    - well what can I add but it is white gold & a recent Xmas present from a special friend
    - also how different is it to jewelry

    - great suit & colours


    It is no different than jewelry. I have one in silver that I like very much.

    Thanks for the Kudos, G!

    Mik
     
  12. Stoppy

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    Marvelous fit on the jacket. Love the socks+shoes combo.
    Thank you [​IMG]

    Is ths RLBL? You have some issues around the buttoning point/waist of this jacket.
    Mike

    No, J. Lindeberg. I thought about it, but I consider that it is quite allowed.

    Nice shoes.
    Thank you [​IMG]

    I love DB jacket, but I like them warn with a tie.
    Yes, next time I'm try with tie. Thank you for advice [​IMG]

    Very nice fit, but the lapels are disappointingly spare for such an otherwise splendid DB jacket.
    Yes, fully agree with you about lapels.
     
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    -the contrast in the first shot is amazing
    -the second shot looks like a movie still
    -your swagger is off the richter scale ... lol
    -wish the lapels were a little wider

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    nice color play nephew!!
     
  14. Fred H.

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    Spoo, you lucky dog! (Our trip's gonna have to wait until APRIL this year.) I'm guessing PR? (Although obviously it could be any where in the isles.)
     
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    Cuffs look good in my opinion. I have some un-cuffed items, but I do prefer cuffs. I don't see why they would not look good on you in your mid-20s. I wore cuffs in my mid-20s. Of course, I am 40 now.....

    Mike


    I just feel like when I used to cuff my pants everyone wouldn't. Now that I do not cuff my pants people are and I think of some of the grey suits it looks awesome. I dont know if I would do it with a navy suit.
     
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    I just feel like when I used to cuff my pants everyone wouldn't. Now that I do not cuff my pants people are and I think of some of the grey suits it looks awesome. I dont know if I would do it with a navy suit.

    Cuffs are essentially timeless. While more fashion forward suits and pants may or may not favor them at any given time, they will never be truly out of place.

    Mike
     
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    The first picture could be on a poster for the next "Dexter". [​IMG]

    However, the whole presentation could be one of the best I've seen here (and I've seen many).

    Bravo!!

    Clint
     
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    That certainly works for me. Nice combination and picture.

    Clint
     
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    -your swagger is off the richter scale

    exactly
     
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    No black bus driver's shoes with that?

    how would they look like. i own several black shoes...
     
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