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. FlyingMonkey

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    I love this - are you trying to outspoo Spoo? You're doing a pretty good job!
     
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    I have the GMT IIc with the green GMT hand and green text.....love it...hands down my favorite watch. But if youve never seen one of those oysterquartz in the flesh...youre really missing out. Ive wanted one for too long. :inlove:
     
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    +1.
     
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    One of whose? :embar:


    Thanks :nodding:
     
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    I'm really surprised to see an Armani suit that looks/fits like that. What line is it?



    This suit is also fantastic.
     
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    sugarbutch Bearded Prick Dubiously Honored

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    Fred's single-button numbers are rocking the house.
     
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    the suit rocks... and you can even camouflage yourself if you lay down on that carpet
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    This DEFINES sleek and sophisticated. The one button coat never looked better. You wear it well.
     
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    Gents, looking for feedback on the PS today. I was tired of doing the basic white and wanted to be different. The suit is navy with alternating white and light blue pinstripes. Shirt is pink. Tie is purple wool with thin gold stripes. The PS is a light blue gingham. Does this work at all or should I ditch it? thanks!

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    I think you might be able to use a darker tie to pull the eye a bit more centrally. It's fine as is, but that change would be a trifle more focused. By the way, what's causing the vertical rippling on the left side of the chest?

    Thanks dude, and thanks to everyone else who posted nice comments about it either in-thread or via the thumbs-up. I enjoyed wearing this look today; I found out that with an overcoat on top, the suit looked best with both of its buttons done up, which was an interesting effect I hadn't predicted.

    Yup; very eye-catching (in a great way) with super long and very tidy lapel line.
     
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    First WAYWN post. I wore a navy suit for my graduate school interview. Tie is bitter chocolate grenadine from Sam Hober, the rest nothing much to speak of :)

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    I like this a lot, but am I wrong to think that loafers are too casual for the rest of the look?
    Thanks, A. The watch is a Citizen Eco-Drive.
    He stands! (All my badgering paid off!) :bigstar:
     
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    I'll take some credit for that too. And, it was definitely worth it!
     
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    Masculine, elegant style. I like this.
     
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    Trying to be less vanilla today.

    I'm known to be a bit color-challenged, so I need you gentlemen to tell me if today's fit is an unusual-yet-inspired color combo or a simple train wreck. (Seriously. I don't know.)

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