HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part II

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by LabelKing, Jan 1, 2010.

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  1. niidawg3

    niidawg3 Senior member

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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.
     


  2. 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]
     


  3. TRINI

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    Borrelli jacket?
     


  4. 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.
     


  5. 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.
     


  6. literasyme

    literasyme Senior member

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    Borrelli jacket?


    Is that a trick question? (Paging Mr. Moo...)

    In any case, nope -- Loro Piana, sack-ish, Coarsehair Cashmere.
     


  7. Mr. Moo

    Mr. Moo Boxercise Toughguy

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    Is that a trick question? (Paging Mr. Moo...)

    In any case, nope -- Loro Piana, sack-ish, Coarsehair Cashmere.


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    Looks sharp - ([​IMG] I think the half-windsor works well

    Love the whole thing (including the tie [​IMG] ) - elegant! It would be nice to see a full-length shot, if possible.

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    Thanks guys. I thought the half windsor was a good option with the cutaway collar [​IMG]

    Wifey didn't take any full length shots unfortunately. Next time I wear that suit (I rarely wear suits) I'll post a full length.
     


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    [​IMG]

    Well proportioned, looks great and the swath of lovat adds a level of sophistication oft overlooked around here.
     


  11. kitonbrioni

    kitonbrioni Senior member

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    RR jacket
    BR scarf
    Brioni polo
    Kiton pant
    BJ belt
    Zegna socks
    Nocona boots
    Creed Tweed
    Concord watch
     


  12. Manton

    Manton RINO Dubiously Honored

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    I see what you guys mean about the picture, there is that dark valley that looks like a very full thigh, all I can say is that I really like the look of deep pleats, and the pants don't feel so full IRL. I paused to examine myself in a public lavatory (thankfully, I was alone) and the pants looked fine to me.

    Here are some others cut from the same pattern, but worn with no coat:

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    I see what you guys mean about the picture, there is that dark valley that looks like a very full thigh, all I can say is that I really like the look of deep pleats, and the pants don't feel so full IRL. I paused to examine myself in a public lavatory (thankfully, I was alone) and the pants looked fine to me.

    Here are some others cut from the same pattern, but worn with no coat:

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    Those pants look great IMO
     


  14. NewYorkIslander

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    I see what you guys mean about the picture, there is that dark valley that looks like a very full thigh, all I can say is that I really like the look of deep pleats, and the pants don't feel so full IRL. I paused to examine myself in a public lavatory (thankfully, I was alone) and the pants looked fine to me.

    Here are some others cut from the same pattern, but worn with no coat:

    [​IMG]


    Sometimes I just think certain styles don't translate into photos well. In fact, i think every photo can't hold a candle to the actual garment and its wearer IRL. We all look "good" here, but in real life action, we are even better. You can't feel the depth of clothing in photos.
     


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    [​IMG] Medium bluish gray Guerra fedora, 2 1/2 inch brim, 5 1/8 inches tall when creased into a teardrop made by Worth and Worth. 1940's DB Navy Suit Burgundy polka dot Tie by Cable Car Clothiers.
     


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