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HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part III

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.

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  1. Digmenow

    Digmenow Senior member

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    Thanks for all the input, at least I didn't get ripped apart [​IMG] I've tried it again with a different jacket and no tie. Also changed my pants too, I think this is actually better than my first attempt. Here is the first attempt.
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    I had a vest like that on today in a Goodwill for five bux and decided against it. You're making me rethink it.
     
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    This looks incredibly good. How do you get such a clean line on those pants? Is it just a matter of getting the break right?
     
  3. Digmenow

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    This looks incredibly good. How do you get such a clean line on those pants? Is it just a matter of getting the break right?
    There's a rumor that he trains his clothing using the principles of pack leadership, comprised of exercise, discipline and affection, in that order. He is...


    ...The Clothes Whisperer.
     
  4. sugarbutch

    sugarbutch Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Thanks for all the input, at least I didn't get ripped apart [​IMG] I've tried it again with a different jacket and no tie. Also changed my pants too, I think this is actually better than my first attempt.

    Here is the first attempt.

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    2nd attempt, with the knitted vest because the weather here is still quite windy.

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    I think you had it right the first time...
     
  5. SpooPoker

    SpooPoker Internet Bigtimer and Most Popular Man on Campus Dubiously Honored Affiliate Vendor

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    SF meat up: who is who?
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    Guessing you're the black monks?
     
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    Today's shots brought to you by the color digestive enzyme green. Bulging in jacket pocket is caused by my keys.
    Nice looking suit, but too much waist suppression. Especially given the lapel width. The curved waist gives you womanly hips, even with the other B&W pic I think it's a combo of too much suppression and the particular shape/angle of it too.
    No doubt - shit is rare - like diamonds - Bad phone shots for, Ed.
    wow, daym, i do love that tie!
    best news I've heard all day.
    lol, +1. Holdfast, I'm not a big fan of the tie. although, I think it could be used differently. instead of with a solid shirt, try it with a gingham or checkered shirt or something. might look less 'prom-y'.
    You could get the stitch repaired. I have had this done on many ties.
    shhhh, don't tell him!
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    I'll bet one of them was Freud
     
  8. mktitsworth

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    Guessing you're the black monks?

    I don't think I've ever seen Spoo wear double monks... unless they're new, which is possible. If I had to guess, I'd say Spoo is on the left in the black wingtip, NYR is at the bottom in the longwing, I've seen Crusty wear double monks like that and they're all in new york, so I'll throw him as the top. Which leaves me stumped on the right.
     
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    First day for Linen:

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    I think the SC is not only awesome, but the whole fit looks good. Hope you keep things at about this level since it still says spoozy without dizzy [​IMG]

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    God my camera is so terrible, and somehow the sun knows whenever I plan on taking a picture and hides behind clouds the rest of the fuckin day. [​IMG]


    You're getting better. White square is a touch in the right direction [​IMG] Add a white shirt instead of the one you have now and you're good to go.
     
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    Guessing you're the black monks?
    That'd be my guess too. Are the bottom ones NYR??? Seem like his sorta style.
    You're getting better. White square is a touch in the right direction [​IMG] Add a white shirt instead of the one you have now and you're good to go.
    Thanks man, I'm slowly getting there, kinda puttering along as I upgrade different areas of my wardrobe slowly. Working on getting some decent suits and SC's, and getting them tailored right now, along with funding some new shoes. Going to get the waist taken in a tad on the jacket tomorrow, the trousers need some work as well, need to get the waist let out a bit, also going to hem + cuff them by hand tomorrow. Thinking 2" cuffs to help them drape nicely. I also kind of dislike white shirts, find them really boring, so I don't have any that fit me well. [​IMG] I'm going to pick one up soon, though. Wish I had one of those raw navy silk Panta ties, think it would look killer with this suit!
     
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    That'd be my guess too. Are the bottom ones NYR??? Seem like his sorta style.

    Bold patterned suit, sleeker last shape, no cuffs and Spoo's been talking about monks for months. Hence my guess.
     
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    I don't think I've ever seen Spoo wear double monks... unless they're new, which is possible. If I had to guess, I'd say Spoo is on the left in the black wingtip, NYR is at the bottom in the longwing, I've seen Crusty wear double monks like that and they're all in new york, so I'll throw him as the top. Which leaves me stumped on the right.
    I'd switch out the monks; I think Crusty is in the brown monks on the right, and the top shoe's a mystery. (Unless it's Spoo, LOL.)
     
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    I don't think I've ever seen Spoo wear double monks... unless they're new, which is possible. If I had to guess, I'd say Spoo is on the left in the black wingtip, NYR is at the bottom in the longwing, I've seen Crusty wear double monks like that and they're all in new york, so I'll throw him as the top. Which leaves me stumped on the right.

    Cigarette butts below the person on top and on the right... Which people smoke? [​IMG]
     
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    ...The Clothes Whisperer.
    I'll bet one of them was Freud
    Hope you keep things at about this level since it still says spoozy without dizzy [​IMG]
    Some clever lines this morning. [​IMG] Thanks for the laughs, gents.
     
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    That sausage looks amazing!

    Mike


    That's what she said....
     
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    It's Good Friday, a holiday in the financial markets, though not in banking, so I have to work, but the canyons of lower Manhattan will be empty of workers - though full of Euro-toting tourists going to Century 21, looking for bargains (FYI, Century 21, for you non-New Yorkers, is a discount department store, not a real estate brokerage.)

    As it's close to Easter, my color scheme for the day has been derived from Easter eggs, it seems, and my fit, which looks much better in real life, looks lumpy in the photos. Arghhhhh.

    FWIW, and have at it then . . .

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    I'll bet one of them was Freud


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  20. SpooPoker

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    Friday WAYWRN Challenge: Wake up, try and put together a fit, play with kid, hang out with wife while managing semi-monstrous hangover. [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] Also good guesses on the shoe serkle. Clockwise from top: Me, artoftime, NYR, MBreinin. Had a fantastic time, iGents.
     
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