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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. Jerome

    Jerome Senior member

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    Maybe 'Jeeves' wouldn't have approved but I finally went with the tie in the second picture in the end...(the first tie was a blue knitted one (N&L), in case one can't see it well- I didn't have time enough to take other photographs.)
     


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    Thought I would catch up on some of my resent looks, so I apologize for the big post.

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    Taciturn WAYWRN al fresco Monday: [​IMG]
    Very crisp. I like. I'm not keen on those socks with that shoe/suit combo though. I see why you picked that colour, and I've done the same previously with a similar-ish set of colours, but would not do so again. Yes, I'm feeling nitpicky today.
    Of all the decks in all the WAYWN threads in all the world, you walked into mine.
    Nice vibe. The contrasting trim on the edge of the brim is a little too vivid for me.
    http://i27.photobucket.com/albums/c1...0517brog-8.jpg
    Drakes tie? I've seen it somewhere recently, anyway, and wondered how that colourway would look IRL. Works nicely with the clean shirt/suit choices.
    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v2...t/P5171332.jpg Maybe 'Jeeves' wouldn't have approved but I finally went with the tie in the second picture in the end...(the first tie was a blue knitted one (N&L), in case one can't see it well- I didn't have time enough to take other photographs.)
    FWIW, I think you made the right choice. Brightens things up nicely.
    Exec Meeting Monday
    Another sharp look. You're on a great roll recently.
     


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    patrickBOOTH Senior member Dubiously Honored

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  5. voxsartoria

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    Like it!
    Is this your new bespoke shirt? How do you like it?


    Thank you. Yes, the shirt is the adjusted Whittaker/Dege & Skinner try on. I really like the new collar and the fit adjustments. There's one last thing that I want changed, and then I think we're home free on having the rest of the order made up.

    danger of explosion banned?

    There are vibrations in the force.

    Vox, this is great, can you tell more about fabric? What book,#?

    Thanks. It is Minnis 9/10oz fresco, 0519/wheat.

    Very crisp. I like.

    I'm not keen on those socks with that shoe/suit combo though. I see why you picked that colour, and I've done the same previously with a similar-ish set of colours, but would not do so again. Yes, I'm feeling nitpicky today.


    You must be the first of the post-Cameron Britons, representing a new wave of Englishmen who care about sock color. [​IMG]

    I'm with you. Believe it or not, I just grabbed those Gallos without too much thought. If I had thought, I would have picked something else. Let's blame it on sprezz.

    Wow, I didn't know you could bend at the hips and knees. For all this time I thought you worked as a mannequin in a window.

    Awesome as always.


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    Here's the great Mr. Sam's rendering of what you describe:

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    - B
     


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    The belt really makes this look. Got details on the belt and trousers?
     


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    Omas celluloid Paragon in Pearl Gray with HT trim.
    That would have been my next guess, logically.

    Vox, this is great, can you tell more about fabric? What book,#?

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    Thanks. It is Minnis 9/10oz fresco, 0519/wheat.
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    Can I answer the next fabric question, please?
     


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    Any news of MoK ?
    I hope he is well and on holidays........................


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    Was at flea market this weekend... I thought this was particularly funny.

    Shoes: Arrow Mocs
    Jeans: Kapital 14oz Stonewashed
    T: Cone White Oak T
    Flannel: Sears Vintage
    Belt: Revolver X Wiley Brothers

    Fishing apparel: All vintage.
     


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    Between my allergies and the 6 game hockey tourney I played in this weekend, I feel like I've been hit by a truck...and the suit fit me better in the fall, 10 pounds more muscle in my chest/shoulders and upper back. Hard to tell, but the square is one of gshen's new spring ones...awesome pastels in it. Tie is raw silk T&A and shirt is T&A Vintage. Suit=BR Monogram [​IMG] [​IMG]
     


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    [​IMG] Woolrich Woolen Mills field coat RL lambswool sweater Zegna Napoli XXX shiort Incotex trou RL shell ankle boots
     


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    As maligned as BR is, and sometimes, deservedly so, I thought the Monogram line had some pretty decent stuff. I'm bummed I missed out on that d/b, since I've been looking for a reasonably priced d/b jacket.
     


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    There are vibrations in the force.

    take care

    the feet would be missed...
     


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    Cigars of the day go to Phat Guido and Vox for their ties, amongst other things, such as the rest of their ensembles Fabrics of the day - Gaz and Gregaz. Photography: sidewinder13 and yfyf (also, nicest meetup photographs) NYR, I have quite the thing for older Turnbull & Asser. Well played
     


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