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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. Mr. Moo

    Mr. Moo Senior member

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    Doc you should post more often.
     
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    Doc you should post more often.

    +1 amazing always
     
  3. TRINI

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    Feeling pink today.

    Too much. Pick either the sweater, the square or the socks but all three look overly matchy.
     
  4. Emulations

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    I haven't posted in WAYW II: WAYW Strikes Back, so today I make my return with the SF-unapproved white shirt. [​IMG]
    DocHolliday, if this tie and pocket square were to fall out of favor with you, do not fret as I would give them a good home!
     
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    As usual, wonderful!
     
  6. NakedYoga

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    AlwaysDressed, dig that sportcoat and the shirt.
     
  7. ManofKent

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    And welcome back MoK! Looking good.

    Cheers!
    going out for dinner
    For me the belt is a bit too much, but I like the rest. I'm enjoying your bold use of colour.

    Behr jacket
    BB shirt
    Lucy Adams tie
    Lobb shoes
    Pants italian guy

    A classic look executed well.

    Welcome back manofKent. Composition of photograph is worth filing.

    Cheers. I'm a better photographer than dresser [​IMG]
    MoK welcome back. [​IMG]
    Thanks

    I really like this. You're wearing a bright red vest, but it doesn't strike me as garish at all. You look very comfortable in your clothes.
    Thanks - the vest needs a very neutral suit to tone it down, and dull weather helps [​IMG]


    I haven't posted in WAYW II: WAYW Strikes Back, so today I make my return with the SF-unapproved white shirt. The full pic caught me in an odd pose as I fought the wind, but I liked the windswept look enough that I couldn't be bothered to take another.
    [​IMG] [​IMG] I'm quite happy with white shirts and sportscoats

    Nice Fair isle.


    Feeling pink today.
    Nice sportscoat. I don't mind the pink PS with pink sweater - for me the textures are distinctive enough for it not to look too matchy but I suspect I'm in the minority.
    Good to see you back MoK. I love this look and like Doc said, the vest is the focal point but doesn't overwhelm the rest of the outfit.

    Is this British-trad [​IMG] ?


    Thanks. American trad is so heavily influenced by British country clothing it's difficult to say [​IMG]

    Doc you should post more often.

    +1
     
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    FWIW: I really like it, because it's you (although I don't have a clue who you are): it looks natural and comfortable. (What's the problem with the white shirts?) The only thing I don't like, is the way the ps is 'arranged'. But the first sentence of my post is much more important.
     
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    So many great looks today its ridiculous!!

    Doc - the fit of your sport coats are amazing. I assume you have to maintain the same weight ALWAYS to make things fit that perfectly

    Gregaz - Casual elegance ... digging it. I hate your physique [​IMG] [​IMG]

    TC - nice monks!
     
  10. fritzl

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    nice chelseas. [​IMG] have definitely to pick up mine.
     
  11. niidawg3

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    My humble entry ... lol:
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  12. clarinetplayer

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    As always, the settings of your pictures are of equal interest to your clothing. I like the perspective that the fence and hedge add to your pose. All that is missing is a walking stick. Very nice.
     
  13. clarinetplayer

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    My humble entry ... lol
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    Those socks "speak"! [​IMG]
    The coat has a nice silhouette. A nice fit.
    With your engaging smile, you could wear anything and make it look great!
     
  14. clarinetplayer

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    Feeling pink today.

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    This is GREAT!!
     
  15. literasyme

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    I really like this. You're wearing a bright red vest, but it doesn't strike me as garish at all. You look very comfortable in your clothes.

    +10. Great, simple, relaxed outfit, and a fantastic photo -- looks like a film still.

    The jumper isn't my thing, but I love the consistency of your style. Jacket looks great as always (your RTWs fit better than almost anyone else's on here -- just remarkable). And very nice flannels, too.
     
  16. niidawg3

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    Those socks "speak"! [​IMG]
    The coat has a nice silhouette. A nice fit.
    With your engaging smile, you could wear anything and make it look great!


    thanks Maestro.
     
  17. literasyme

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    I was wondering why I hadn't worn these trousers in so long. Now I remember: great, soft cotton, but they wrinkle like there's no tomorrow... [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  18. TRINI

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    ^^^^^^^

    Borrelli jacket?
     
  19. AlwaysDressed

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    My humble entry ... lol:
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    Love that sportscoat. I'm on the prowl for one just like it.
     
  20. TC (Houston)

    TC (Houston) Senior member

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    Another great one, I envy your suit collection.

    Today, took a couple of days off, so no tie for me. Not on a beach like some of our more esteemed members:

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    Cool jacket.

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    Great fit on the jacket and I like the proportions of the trousers to the jacket.

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    Outstanding as usual.

    Feeling pink today.

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    Colors are a matter of personal taste, but that sweater is too bulky to be worn under a sport coat, IMHO.
     
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