HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part II

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  1. ManofKent

    ManofKent Senior member

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    Shoes: Barker 'Lincoln'
    Suit: Mangas MTM Holland & Sherry
    Shirt: Aquascutum
    Tie: Michelsons
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  2. ManofKent

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    ^ Nice relaxed look Mr. K, I like your casual fits..
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    Until the next mission. Over and out....

    Great looks Neo, particularly the one with the gloves, but again for me the gloves aren't needed.

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    Sharp as usual.

    Nothing of particular note here, except the second appearance of the vintage Wright Cordwainers. Seersucker Wednesday for me.

    Have a great one,

    Mike

    I have to raise a rare moment of dissent with CG - I think the B-T pattern works well with the seersucker.
    Today started out grey and much cooler... Later on it warmed up considerably and I regretted the fully lined suit:
    I know the problem - I've got an all day meeting tomorrow where linen won't do...
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    The praise is deserved.
     


  3. ManofKent

    ManofKent Senior member

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    Shoes: Grenson Rose 'Radley'
    Chinos: M&S
    Cotton SC: Hilfiger
    Shirt: Thin Red Line
    Cotton Tie: M&S
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    Hat: Tress & Co?
     


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    Thanks MoK! and great tie!!!!!
     


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    Great shoes, MOK.

    Too busy IMO.

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    I have to raise a rare moment of dissent with CG - I think the B-T pattern works well with the seersucker.


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    Another great pair of shoes. Like the SC alot too, and neat tie.

    Mike
     


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    Very nice! Looks like Lobb's museum finish.
     


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    Trini, have you ever considered wearing trousers that are cut more full? Your jackets look very nice, but I can't help but wonder why you wear such slim fitting trousers that do you no justice.

    I don't know, I like them. I think the small leg opening gives them the impression they are a lot slimmer than they are.
     


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    Nice looks, MoK- especially first one. [​IMG]
     


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    Patina looks great on those Barkers MoK!
     


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    I like both ensembles and echo the footwear praise, but I'm inspired by the tie due to its slight similarity to a Liberty print I rarely wear (unlike the matching shirt, I add)
     


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    MoK

    Last two? Superb and superber!

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    All you guys have been so very inspirational, so finally i decided to have a try myself.

    That was what i wore today, an usual office day...

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    Feel free to comment...if you got to tear me apart, go ahead...but could you at least try to make me laugh doing so? [​IMG]
     


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    Wore this today. Tie strikes me as a bit "autumnal" but who gives a fuck really.

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    Too busy IMO.
    I agree up close, but I think outside of getting right next to him it works fairly well.

    Working wednesday:
    Shoes: Grenson Rose 'Radley'
    Chinos: M&S
    Cotton SC: Hilfiger
    Shirt: Thin Red Line
    Cotton Tie: M&S
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    Hat: Tress & Co?


    I'll give you my address and you can ship that tie right over, tia.
     


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    TR jacket
    Brioni shirt
    Borrelli pant
    Fleming belt
    Pantherella socks
    Varvatos chukka
    Creed cologne
    Piaget watch
     


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