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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. F. Corbera

    F. Corbera Senior member

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    SOS, I like that. The skirt is flaring out, though...not sure if the hips should be let out or the waist. What do you think?
     
  2. Sanguis Mortuum

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    And you're sure that those suits are fully bespoke and not just made to measure? There are plenty of 'custom' tailoring places (such as Michael Andrews "Bespoke") that are really just MTM. Although... I believe Mr Ned does do full bespoke for under $1000.
     
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    Thanks for the feedback B. This is the second pattern he's cut. The skirt has to be taken in, not the waist out. There's a few tweaks to this jacket to be done yet, but he's on holidays for the next month, so I'm just wearing it for the time being. Unfortunately some of it comes from having been an athlete for 18 years...
     
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    The shirt (Taylor Stitch) is pink.​
     
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  5. ourmaninLisbon

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    First of all, thanks for thumbs up last time I post, guys

    Now, a little bit cold, but the sun is here and calls for hot colours (under de overcoat, there's a dark blue herringbone jacket)

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    Cheers

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  6. clarinetplayer

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    I love (want) this coat! The shirt is one of a kind--very original. (Deets?) Combined with this radiant red sweater, the resulting effect is splendid.
     
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    You should try pinstripe :)
     
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    You should try chalkstripe

    Or work on your shirt and tie combination, you have far too many solid shirts
     
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    If I dressed well it would look something like this. [​IMG]
     
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    Spoo - to my eye the gold of the scarf and the buff of the tie are not making friends.
     
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    NYR - Killin' it today. I feel like there should be a board room behind you rather than a giant classroom door. It makes you look like you're the size of a hobbit! Haha- Cheers.
     
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    Nice Vic! Who makes your shoes?
     
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    Rob, something's going on with the vest and trou, like I feel the bottom of the vest should sit flush with the waist of the trou. Other than that I think it looks good and the footwear is awesome, more deets please!
     
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    Is this even possible?
     
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  18. bourbonbasted

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    A decidedly British point of view, IMHO. I've always been far more Italian-minded, favoring loud sport coats and suits with muted ties and shirts. To each their own, however.
     
  19. ballmouse

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    Maybe it's just me, but I think the pants could taper less and be fuller. Otherwise, quite nice.
     
  20. antikantian

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    Not so much a comment on this in particular, but more of a general observation: the world would be a better place if more teachers dressed like you.
     
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