HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part II

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  1. ljrcustom

    ljrcustom Senior member

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    Freeze My Balls Off II Monday:

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    Steed (Edwin DeBoise) DB bespoke suit in Smith & Co. 11oz flannel (for those of you who care, this is a model with the front cut)
    Dege & Skinner (Robert Whittaker) bespoke shirt in Acorn Grange, barrel cuffs
    E. G. Cappelli (for A Suitable Wardrobe) lined six-fold tie
    Drakes wool and silk square
    Thurston suspenders with the much lamented cat gut ends
    Gallo socks
    Vass Old English, antique cognac shell cordovan, F last
    Tiffany Etoile band in platinum
    A. Lange & Söhne Saxonia (gen I) in white 18k, midnight blue face and band
    Tom Ford sunglasses


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    Beautiful fabric choice.
    - LR
     


  2. luftvier

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    Definitely. Magnum. - B
    [​IMG] Nice suit, Vox.
     


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    Vox - I love the tie and shirt with the shade of gray in the suit. I am eagerly awaiting receipt of that tie for ASW.
     


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  5. Ich_Dien

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    StyleForvm warning; black shoes abundant in this post. Apologies about the pose, but I twisted my knee last week. [​IMG] Kilgour 10oz Loro Piana suit TM Lewin St. James's shirt PRL tie Rubinacci London House pocket square Tricker's Belgrave PRL suit Turnbull & Asser RLPL Tie Rubinacci London House pocket square Burberry Prorsum overcoat
     


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    OTR top to bottom

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    Very sharp. Is that a BB tie?

    StyleForvm warning; black shoes abundant in this post. Apologies about the pose, but I twisted my knee last week.

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    Hat trick.
     


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    Very sharp. Is that a BB tie?

    It is. SF purchase.
     


  8. ManofKent

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    Off to London this morning for a seminar. I quickly abandoned the idea of wearing the EG Chelsea's when I looked out the door and saw an inch of snow. White stuff on hat and coat is snow not dandruff. Apologies for the pocket bulges - should have left the gloves on my hands:

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    Coat: Italian vintage woolcoat, maker unknown
    Suit (not that you can see much and the legs are suffering from getting rather wet): Pal Zilleri Sartoriale
    Cashmere Scarf: Johnstons of Elgin
    Hat: Failsworth
    Shirt: Charles Tyrwhitt
    Bow-Tie: English silk, maker forgotten
    PS (not seen): Howard Yount (Navy with Purple spots)
    Chukkas: Loake Kempton
     


  9. ManofKent

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    Trying out a new (for me) scarf knot:

    Looks complicated - does it require a longish scarf
    The mail man delivered..
    I need to swap mail men - very nice.
    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

    Nice car coat. Could the SC be waisted slightly or would that spoil the sack aesthetic?
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    Great photo JP.
    Mission accomplished.
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    Freeze My Balls Off II Monday:
    Steed (Edwin DeBoise) DB bespoke suit in Smith & Co. 11oz flannel (for those of you who care, this is a model with the front cut)

    - B

    I love the proportions of the DB. Nice fabric too.
    END OF DAY
    OTR top to bottom

    I like this - shirt works well.
    StyleForvm warning; black shoes abundant in this post. Apologies about the pose, but I twisted my knee last week.

    Kilgour 10oz Loro Piana suit
    TM Lewin St. James's shirt
    PRL tie
    Rubinacci London House pocket square
    Tricker's Belgrave

    PRL suit
    Turnbull & Asser
    RLPL Tie
    Rubinacci London House pocket square
    Burberry Prorsum overcoat


    Nice threesome. I particularly like the overcoat and wish I was slim enough to get away with something similar [​IMG]
     


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    My first WAWRN post on a snowed-in Monday:

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    Freeze My Balls Off II Monday:

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    Steed (Edwin DeBoise) DB bespoke suit in Smith & Co. 11oz flannel (for those of you who care, this is a model with the front cut)


    Vox Sometimes the left pocket on that jacket seems a bit high compared with the right pocket.

    http://www.styleforum.net/showpost.p...ostcount=37192 http://www.styleforum.net/showpost.p...ostcount=40708

    although flaps in, it looks level http://www.styleforum.net/showpost.p...ostcount=54294

    It can look as if the whole jacket is slightly tilted. Just my imagination? I hate asking this about your "new favourite suit".
     


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    Vox Sometimes the left pocket on that jacket seems a bit high compared with the right pocket.

    http://www.styleforum.net/showpost.p...ostcount=37192 http://www.styleforum.net/showpost.p...ostcount=40708

    although flaps in, it looks level http://www.styleforum.net/showpost.p...ostcount=54294

    It can look as if the whole jacket is slightly tilted. Just my imagination? I hate asking this about your "new favourite suit".


    You might want to consider finding something to do with your life besides analyzing the difference in height between bespoke jacket pockets.

    Just a suggestion.
     


  13. Philip1978

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    You might want to consider finding something to do with your life besides analyzing the difference in height between bespoke jacket pockets.

    Just a suggestion.


    If one doesn't want people making observations, than one shouldn't post their picture.
     


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    Armani Collezioni Cashmere Blazer
    Zenga Cashmere Sweater
    AJ Armani Jeans
    Ferragamo Chukkas
    Giorgio Armani Sunglasses
    Silver Wire Bracelet (made by myself)

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    You might want to consider finding something to do with your life besides analyzing the difference in height between bespoke jacket pockets.

    Just a suggestion.


    Like twirl around on poles?
     


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