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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. Knucklehead

    Knucklehead Senior member

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    great grey-on-grey combo! This is smoking.
     
  2. Knucklehead

    Knucklehead Senior member

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    Dopest three-button I've seen in my life.
     
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    Whose jacket is hanging behind you? I suppose that it is a public bathroom, is it?
    I picked it up from the dry cleaners - it's mine. But seriously? WTF does it matter? [​IMG] ... Birthday outing lat night. Of course I had to bring it. And it was brung. RLBL shirt, Pierre Cardin tie, bespoke suit, thrifted waistcoat, Robert Talbott socks, Brooks Brothers pocket square, Dior trenchcoat, and Mayer HK shoes. Giving the Spoo-branded finger-knit lean-forward sit-down and even forgoing the famous bathroom shots. What am I turning into? [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  5. Chico2007

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    I picked it up from the dry cleaners - it's mine. But seriously? WTF does it matter? [​IMG] ... Birthday outing lat night. Of course I had to bring it. And it was brung. RLBL shirt, Pierre Cardin tie, bespoke suit, thrifted waistcoat, Robert Talbott socks, Brooks Brothers pocket square, Dior trenchcoat, and Mayer HK shoes. Giving the Spoo-branded finger-knit lean-forward sit-down and even forgoing the famous bathroom shots. What am I turning into? [​IMG] [​IMG]
    Great fit. But whose waffle iron is that? (just kidding)
     
  6. yfyf

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    [​IMG] [​IMG] Liverano bespoke, my very first one. Liverano trunk show at The Armoury - March 4th & 5th
     
  7. Holdfast

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    Has not been requoted enough. Great suit, good colours, excellent shoes.
    I've recently launched my own practice, which has been eating all my free time.
    Good luck! (and hope the flu eases off soon).
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    Interesting sweater neck. Which collection featured a lot of that kind of neck last year; can't remember...
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    Suit looks great; really great. Shoes are a bit bright for the outfit for me, but I love the strong splash of red of the square echoing the small (?)lozenges in the tie. Sodden Sunday (a raincoat and felt hat were soon added...)
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  8. philosophe

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    Gaz & yfyf, the Liverano suits are really beautiful. The lapels [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]

    IST, your shoes give Norwegian stitching a really good name. My first pair is due later this month.

    Lufty, good luck!
     
  9. gnatty8

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    Wore a flannel suit to a dinner I had to attend Saturday. Won't be too many more days for flannel, which is both a blessing and a curse, since I love it. The flannel that is.

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  10. forex

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    yfyf, nice suit although I think it is a bit short. A longer jacket would be nice.
    Gnatty8,nice suit, who makes?
     
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    Great-looking flannel suit.
     
  12. gnatty8

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    Same for me - first came The Jam and a few years later Quadrophenia. We might be moving in the next year or two and depending on where we end up, and if there's a decent scoot mechanic around, I will be looking into an SX200. Might even sell my bike!

    From those days me on the left ...

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    My younger brother belonged to this tribe. I was into punk rock only, but must admit, I really dug some of his stuff, obviously the Jam, but also the Chords. He had a scoot that he busted up in the HS parking lot one night when he was riding it around after many beers. I sense an Archie Bunker, those were the days moment coming on, sniff..
     
  13. gnatty8

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    [​IMG] Liverano bespoke, my very first one. Liverano trunk show at The Armoury - March 4th & 5th
    I love it all yfyf, but if I had to pick one element I covet the most, it'd be that shirt.. [​IMG]
     
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    Awesome. I need a bowtie!!!

    I picked it up from the dry cleaners - it's mine. But seriously? WTF does it matter? [​IMG]

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    Birthday outing lat night. Of course I had to bring it. And it was brung. RLBL shirt, Pierre Cardin tie, bespoke suit, thrifted waistcoat, Robert Talbott socks, Brooks Brothers pocket square, Dior trenchcoat, and Mayer HK shoes. Giving the Spoo-branded finger-knit lean-forward sit-down and even forgoing the famous bathroom shots. What am I turning into?

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    Awesome. Love it.

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    Liverano bespoke, my very first one.

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    Amazing. You are an inspiration.

    Has not been requoted enough. Great suit, good colours, excellent shoes.



    Good luck!

    (and hope the flu eases off soon).



    Interesting sweater neck. Which collection featured a lot of that kind of neck last year; can't remember...



    Suit looks great; really great.

    Shoes are a bit bright for the outfit for me, but I love the strong splash of red of the square echoing the small (?)lozenges in the tie.




    Sodden Sunday (a raincoat and felt hat were soon added...)

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    You have perfected the anti-slim look. You and o/o.

    Wore a flannel suit to a dinner I had to attend Saturday. Won't be too many more days for flannel, which is both a blessing and a curse, since I love it. The flannel that is.

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  15. EnglishLapel

    EnglishLapel Senior member

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    Liverano bespoke, my very first one.

    Liverano trunk show at The Armoury - March 4th & 5th


    Fantastic suit and shoes. Jacket is a tad short but that's how you roll so s'all good.
     
  16. acecow

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    Here's my fit from yesterday night: [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
    I look forward to criticism as well as compliments. Please, don't be shy. I'm here to learn.
     
  17. Holdfast

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    Simply super colour/pattern choices.
    You have perfected the anti-slim look. You and o/o.
    Thank you, but o/o is significantly superior both in terms of consistently good fit and his level of pattern co-ordination. We both like playing in a similar way with colours though, I think. Talking of anti-slim though, the weird thing is that it doesn't actually feel particularly loose. [​IMG] BTW, your monks are great. C&J handgrades of some kind, based on the shape/toe-medallion?
     
  18. acecow

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    Simply super colour/pattern choices.



    Thank you, but o/o is significantly superior both in terms of consistently good fit and his level of pattern co-ordination. We both like playing in a similar way with colours though, I think.

    Talking of anti-slim though, the weird thing is that it doesn't actually feel particularly loose. [​IMG]

    BTW, your monks are great. C&J handgrades of some kind, based on the shape/toe-medallion?


    Funny, between you and o/o I usually enjoy your fits a little more. Although, of course, o/o is an inspiration in terms of color coordination. Of course, it's very subjective.

    The monks are Zegna XXX Couture. Not sure who the maker is, but they were made in Italy I believe.
     
  19. Parker

    Parker Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Great suit, yfyf. Very nice. The 2.5 roll is sweet. The Liverano aesthetic is very cool.

    HF, neat country suit. Would look nice with a maroon jumper-vest.
     
  20. niidawg3

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    Liverano bespoke, my very first one.

    i dont know yfyf - i might be the only opposing voice here, but compared to your Chan's this does not seem to fit as great. i know liverano is great so i'm assuming its the photography. shoes are too light also and dont harmonize with the color choices of the shirt/tie/ps

    Wore a flannel suit to a dinner I had to attend Saturday. Won't be too many more days for flannel, which is both a blessing and a curse, since I love it. The flannel that is.

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    the color combo is totally smashing gnatty!! is that the howard yount flannel suit (saying bcos of the buttoning point)

    damn, u nailed it.
     
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