HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part II

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  1. maomao1980

    maomao1980 Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    is there a particular reason you prefer the springloaded to the three piece trees?

    or are the three piece special order with the u-last?


    I think the spring loaded is the default now, but 3 piece is available.
     


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    BB shetland Brookstweed 3/2 sack (just purchased, need to take the sleeves up .25-.5")
    LE pinpoint bd (light brown)
    Rooster cotton lisle
    Berle for Baskin
    Mystery Maker vintage dark brown longwings
    Rodex of London car coat
     


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    BB shetland Brookstweed 3/2 sack (just purchased, need to take the sleeves up .25-.5")
    LE pinpoint bd (light brown)
    Rooster cotton lisle
    Berle for Baskin
    Mystery Maker vintage dark brown longwings
    Rodex of London car coat


    Great stuff BBC,welcome to the board. I like all of your get ups.
     


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    [​IMG] BBB Birthday Brunch on the Bosphorus
     


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    JP,is that a filson bag? Nice photo!
     


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    Sunday Stroll - trying to bring a bit of colour to a dull old day:


    Mission accomplished.
     


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    BBC, I like the second outfit the best. That Norman Hilton jacket is too small on your. The problem is not with the shirt sleeves.

    hardly Moo - i agree the sleeves are short, but that jacket isnt small or too small.

    Nice fits and welcome to the board.

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    home run!!

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    must.resist.vass.temptation!!!

    BB shetland Brookstweed 3/2 sack (just purchased, need to take the sleeves up .25-.5")
    LE pinpoint bd (light brown)
    Rooster cotton lisle
    Berle for Baskin
    Mystery Maker vintage dark brown longwings
    Rodex of London car coat


    i think the shoulders of your jacket could do with a little cleaning. i see divots.

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    Birthday Brunch on the Bosphorus


    amazing picture JP ... happy birthday (belated?)
     


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    Birthday Brunch on the Bosphorus


    no snow in istanbul this time of year?
     


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    JP,is that a filson bag? Nice photo!

    It is, got it right before my trip from the guys at Crane's, excellent service.

    hardly Moo - i agree the sleeves are short, but that jacket isnt small or too small.


    amazing picture JP ... happy birthday (belated?)


    I thought the same, I think the jacket size is fine, just the sleeves have issues.

    Thanks Dawg, birthday was last Saturday. Just got back last night.
     


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    BBC, nii, JP - [​IMG] I meant the HF jacket, not Norman Hilton.
     


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    BBC, nii, JP - [​IMG] I meant the HF jacket, not Norman Hilton.

    lol - but you can hardly see the HF jacket under the burberry trench.

    come on son [​IMG]
     


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    Snow storm right before I landed. Then two pretty nice days, followed by a big storm.
     


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    BBC, nii, JP - [​IMG] I meant the HF jacket, not Norman Hilton.

    lol - but you can hardly see the HF jacket under the burberry trench.

    come on son [​IMG]


    Move over Foo....

    Moo, is the ultimate Itailor, he can see the jacket sleeves under the trench coat. Xray vision?
     


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    Great stuff BBC,welcome to the board. I like all of your get ups.

    Thanks!


    I thought the same, I think the jacket size is fine, just the sleeves have issues.


    The problem is less the sleeves than I grabbed a shirt with longer sleeves than normal (I keep both 33" and 34" sleeves in my closet depending on coat) since some of arm holes of my jackets seem to keep certain shirts from showing the right amount of cuff. With such jackets I wear a longer sleeve.

    BBC, nii, JP - [​IMG] I meant the HF jacket, not Norman Hilton.

    No worries - I think everyone got confused because I listed the maker under the photos so it looks like the Hilton is referring both to the suit and the blazer. The blazer is Hilton and the flannel suit is HF.

    Here's a full frontal of the HF without the trench.
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