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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. LilacCords

    LilacCords Senior member

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    @ Sugarbutch & Holdfast. The square front is of course more typically seen on a DB and with hindsight Im not sure It works :/ Aah well we live and learn...... ;)
     
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    Trying this SC again, someone suggested grey slacks and burgundy tie. Maybe lighter gray?

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  3. acridsheep

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    ^ That jacket is far too large for you.


    Sportcoat is sky blue, and the pants are a dark brown. Adjust monitor accordingly. (Nice coat, BTW).
     
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  4. RDiaz

    RDiaz Senior member

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    It is of interest indeed, very nice overcoat. Who makes it?
     
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    Eustace Senior member

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    your jackets too long and if that's a reg you should look into a short. also its just plain to big all around.
     
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  7. EFV

    EFV Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Citan, HF & Anden, cheers (btw HF, that coat is beautiful)!

    The SC is cotton/linen mix. Felt a bit springy yesterday, although the weather was quite awful.
     
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  8. inlandisland

    inlandisland Senior member

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    Suited up today.
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  9. usctrojans31

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    Much better than the previous version seen

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  10. Achilles_

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    In honor of the 60 degree weather I busted out my linen pants and cotton SC

    Would love some thoughts on the SC. It's PZ Sart, and I like most everything about it, just not sure on fit.

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    Edit: Camera is below waist level, as my lovely wife was not around to take the pictures and I had to use my AC unit :laugh: On the bright side I ordered the Mrs a Canon rebel, and it should be here late this week along with a tripod and remote :)
     
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  11. Liam O

    Liam O Senior member

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    I like the SC. Sleeves look a little short, but that might just be the way your arms are bent.
     
  12. Henry Carter

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    Hump day today

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    Suit: Herringbone Sydney dark blue
    Shirt: Cottonwork light blue
    Tie: Henry Carter Neckwear burgundy dot
    Shoes: Carmina 3 eyelet burgundy derby
     
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    Yeah, the camera is sitting below waist level, that might be affecting the angle (my Canon Rebel t2i is on the way :slayer: )
     
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    Cheers mate
     
  15. Threadbearer

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    Yesterday's self-imposed homework assignment was to assemble an outfit in which all sliders were on the 10 side of the Country-City scale. Today I tried going the other way but quickly realized that an All-1 outfit for me would be polypropylene shirt, nylon pants, polyester fleece sweater, SmartWool socks, and hiking boots.

    So where do the pieces in today's outfit fall on the F. Corbera Continuum? (I'm especially curious about the shoes because, although they are heavily brogued, they're still bals, not bluchers.)

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    Yesterday's self-imposed homework assignment was to assemble an outfit in which all sliders were on the 10 side of the Country-City scale. Today I tried going the other way but quickly realized that an All-1 outfit for me would be polypropylene shirt, nylon pants, polyester fleece sweater, SmartWool socks, and hiking boots.
    So where do the pieces in today's outfit fall on the F. Corbera Continuum? (I'm especially curious about the shoes because, although they are heavily brogued, they're still bals, not bluchers.)
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    Maybe a more earth toned tie would have put this into the "country" zone but I like the colors all the same.
     
  17. inlandisland

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    I think that if the predominant pieces (jacket, trousers) were browns/tans as opposed to greys it would read more 'country', but I only say that considering that you are trying to get as far to that side of the continuum as you can today. I think what you're wearing looks pretty good regardless of the continuum.
     
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    Colors are coming out a bit weird in the second photo in particular...trousers are a chocolate brown
     
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  19. NewYorkIslander

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    I'm on the fence about this:

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  20. ethanm

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    Not feeling the tie. Something red or brown, perhaps?
     
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