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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. Jan_

    Jan_ Senior member

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    Friday Challenge - Puttin' On The Ritz

    Very well. You're my winner.

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    I like the "SH" detail, Mr. Wordplay. [​IMG]

    My take on Mr. Cucinelli.

    I don't get it. Where's the DTOing there?

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    Colour and pattern of the SC are really nice. Plus the PS and bow tie, both with circles but in contrasting colours. All in all it's busy in an interesting and pleasing way.
     
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    very nice shoes gazman. liverano's lapels are to die for [​IMG]

    I've recently launched my own practice, which has been eating all my free time.

    good luck on the private practice lufty ... wish you tons of luck!!

    made to order?

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    digging it comrade ... the bag is particularly nice. who makes it?
     
  3. NOBD

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    I like the "SH" detail, Mr. Wordplay. [​IMG]

    Hehe. Good eye.
     
  4. IST66

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    ^ I have never liked Norwegian shoes, till now. Niiiiiiiiiice, IST!
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    Colour and pattern of the SC are really nice. Plus the PS and bow tie, both with circles but in contrasting colours. All in all it's busy in an interesting and pleasing way.
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    digging it comrade ... the bag is particularly nice. who makes it?
    ACL / Billykirk Collab Canvas Briefcase
    Cheers![​IMG]
     
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    The Armoury / Liverano & Liverano / Barba / Ermenegildo Zegna / Tom Ford / A Testoni / Muji / Hidetaka Fukaya bespoke



    This is really well done, gaz ... the shoes look really, really nice.
     
  7. NewYorkIslander

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    Correct as usual, Uncle Friday. [​IMG]

    I've recently launched my own practice, which has been eating all my free time.

    Additionally, I work with a Judge in Philly City Hall from 9-5. 12 hour days are the norm. And the lighting in Philadelphia City Hall leaves a lot to be desired in terms of photography, so there's been no real chance to get shots, let alone post them.

    Not to mention that I really was spending too much time here and the missus was getting irked. Can't have that happen.

    Today: I have the flu.

    Carhartt sweatshirt
    Pajama pants
    Aqua Teen Hunger Force "The Moon Rules" Mooninite Tee.
    Mucinex
    Ibuprofen


    Damn...good luck man. Didn't you just have the flu in Nov? Or are you one of those guys who "flu"=bad cold.
     
  8. Vaux_le_Vicomte

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    I think i am too late ... and of course not the exact copy... [​IMG]

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    He probably doe it with natural instinct. The break down theory was fun to read though. I hope to see more of that, it really helps people to learn more about dressing.

    My post was more of a tongue in cheek comment.

    UCs review sounded like a critical review of a piece of abstract art, which when read by the artist himself / herself made him / her wonder, I was thinking all that when painting that piece? Don't mean any offence UC.

    Also, I think the best dressers have or develop a natural flair to putting their outfit together and not by referring to a user manual or how to book.
     
  10. kitonbrioni

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    LP jacket
    RLPL wool sweater
    Gucci pant
    MD belt
    NM socks
    Lobb chelsea boots
    Creed cologne
    GP watch
     
  11. UrbanComposition

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    My post was more of a tongue in cheek comment.

    UCs review sounded like a critical review of a piece of abstract art, which when read by the artist himself / herself made him / her wonder, I was thinking all that when painting that piece? Don't mean any offence UC.

    Also, I think the best dressers have or develop a natural flair to putting their outfit together and not by referring to a user manual or how to book.


    No offense taken [​IMG]

    After a while it becomes second nature, like riding a bike, or learning a new language.
     
  12. Kappelan

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    not bad ... i like your square's poof and the lael roll on your s/c.

    hope you post more.


    I like the collar on the shirt, who makes it?

    +1, and great fit on the jacket.

    Thanks. Shirt and jacket are bespoke.
     
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    IST66, mind sharing the bags provenance? Looks nice
     
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    Good sweater!
     
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    Ah, J. Press in Russia! [​IMG]
    Love the shoes.
     
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    Great sweater; great casual combo.

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    Love this pic. You're too far away to accurately assess the outfit, but the image itself is quite compelling.
     
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    This really reminds me of the film "Let the right one in"
     
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    The Armoury / Liverano & Liverano / Barba / Ermenegildo Zegna / Tom Ford / A Testoni / Muji / Hidetaka Fukaya bespoke


    pull your pants up!
     
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