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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. Aries

    Aries Senior member

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    Yes, I do.


    - B



    Do you Really?
     


  2. voxsartoria

    voxsartoria Goon member

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    Do you Really?

    Yes, I really do.

    - B
     


  3. Aries

    Aries Senior member

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    Yes, I really do.

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    OK, thanks.
     


  4. D.Wiggs

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    Yes, I really do. - B
    He appreciates the opinion of a Philosopher. [​IMG]
     


  5. voxsartoria

    voxsartoria Goon member

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    OK, thanks.

    You are quite welcome.


    - B
     


  6. KtownGreg

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    Sometimes I roll the dice. Sometimes it works, sometimes (more often, probably) it doesn't.

    1+ on experimentation. I've made many goofs trying to stretch my sartorialoidal education. [​IMG]

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    Fancy pants done right. The counter-balance of the pattern against the uniform simplicity of the top rings well with me.
     


  7. KtownGreg

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    Wed: Struggling with low light at the end of day.


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    I did manage a few morning shots on the way into work.
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    Sammy
    HY
    KW
    JLC
     


  8. DocHolliday

    DocHolliday Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Looks nice, Greg, though I would, naturally, suggest a BD collar.
     


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    This is your best yet, and I do mean it
     


  10. KtownGreg

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    Somewhat better light today.

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    Details
    Jacket: Sammy
    Shirt: MTM with awful collar, note to self to avoid this collar in the future, I need roll baby
    Bow: wacky BTLtd, dedicated to Holdfast
    PS: HY
    Pant: new HY, perhaps hemmed a bit long. we'll see after a cleaning or two
    Shoes: Carmina
    Watch: GMT IIc
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    Tools of the trade. Leica DL4, Nikon D90 with Hasselblad 70mm lens, note the difference between the 2nd and the 3rd image. Me likey the Hassy. Still learning.
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    Winter Clouds Thursday:

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    MBTâ„¢ (Mystery Bespoke Tailorâ„¢) 3 hard roll 2 jacket in Martin & Sons 6 ply 16oz hopsack, three patch
    Dege & Skinner (Robert Whittaker) bespoke shirt
    Drakes (for A Suitable Wardrobe) cashmere tie
    Hober Macclesfield square
    RL Polo flannel trousers
    Hermès alligator strap with Tiffany sterling slide buckle
    BB Golden Fleece socks
    Kiton model 89 shortwing derby
    Tiffany Etoile band in platinum
    Cartier Tank Louis in 18K

    Closeup:

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    Are the jacket sleeves too long, esp. for bespoke? Are the sleeves of blazers meant to be like this?
     


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    Damn I want that jacket. I have some Pendelton wool plaids that are lonely.
     


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    Brioni jacket
    Behr pant
    Cleverley shoes
    Drakes ps
    Charvet tie
    T&A Bespoke shirt


    DY. NO. MITE. [​IMG]
     


  14. jamesbond

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    Are the jacket sleeves too long, esp. for bespoke? Are the sleeves of blazers meant to be like this?

    All Bijan sleeves come that way.
     


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    Are the jacket sleeves too long, esp. for bespoke? Are the sleeves of blazers meant to be like this?

    Based on this first shirt from Dege, the rest of the order will have:

    - Longer sleeves...maybe 0.5 to 0.75 inches.

    - A collar that is a bit taller, bigger, and that sits higher on the front of the neck.

    At least, those are the two major things I'll ask Whittaker to do when I see him later this month. There'll be some other, minor changes as well.

    - B


    - B
     


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