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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. SpooPoker

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

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    SpooPoker, I know you've been asked before but, have you ever post a photo of your wardrobe here before. I'd be quite interested to see that if you have, it seem as though you have quite a bit of quality selection to work with.

    Respectively.
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    Hi Sand - I have not posted a photo, just my pocket square collection. I dont think Ive even done a shoe circle [​IMG] Once I get my wardrobe renovated, maybe.
     
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    ^Killin it. [​IMG]
     
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    DAMN!! I envy that suit.... Actually, I thought it was Holdfast for a second! [​IMG] Well done, Maestro.

    similar tastes diff. chins [​IMG]
     
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    Just too too much going on. Ditch the tie, square, scarf and gloves, switch up to a more casual bag and shirt (a double cuff shirt w/ jeans is just odd to me), and this will look much better.
     
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    Thrifted jacket, RL knit tie, Marinella PS, Levi jeans, AE shoes and belt, Jack Georges briefcase, RLPL gloves.

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    In my opinion, this is Harry at his best. He's pitched the casual with the more traditional in such a way that both sit comfortably together.
     
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    What a great shirt and tie. Outrageous, but wonderful!
     
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    Another reason why I need to acquire more knit ties. An eye catching PS, also. A very clean, neat look.
     
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    I don't mind empire waist at all; I don't understand your displeasure

    They're not very flattering to the female figure. To me they make all women (even those with very nice figures) look pregnant.
     
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    I don't mind empire waist at all; I don't understand your displeasure.


    They're not very flattering to the female figure. To me they make all women (even those with very nice figures) look pregnant.

    I disagree - Lufty's wife looks like she has a rockin figure, and does not look preggo. (All respect, Luft)

    Mrs. Spoo might also disagree with you. [​IMG]
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    Sunny Sunday, in the middle of a 4-day weekend and photo taken just before an afternoon walk in the park. Needless to say, very casual! Shirt is new, linen from Zara. Lots of fun little military touches like epaulettes and shirt sleeve straps (don't know what they're proper name is). Fit is actually pretty slim and good on me; I'm just standing funny in the pic... [​IMG]

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    Nice fit on the shirt, Holdfast. Jeans look good to (though I prefer them a bit more tapered); now work 'm in!
     
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    [​IMG] Trying my best to match the sofa/pillows
     
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    Trying my best to match the sofa/pillows


    Like this a lot, especially the loafers. And the Schnauzer.
     
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    bu..bu....but you can see its precisely to the top of my belt line! [​IMG]
    And that's where it's supposed to be - TB, take a lesson____ [​IMG]
    Truth be told, Tom, I was just looking for something to nitpick about our boy Spoo, who so frequently knocks 'em out of the park. Nevertheless, his tie did look a tad short in that shot. I generally try to get the point of the tie below, not at the top of the belt, so that it doesn't look as if my shirt is aching to peek out from between the belt and the tie. (I rarely succeed.) [​IMG]

    Great looks..although empire waist...somebody should ban those too(unless prego).
    Ridiculous! I am not currently with child, yet I look smashing in an empire waist. Seriously, though, it would be hard to find a more flattering design element for the female form.

    Another reason why I need to acquire more knit ties. An eye catching PS, also. A very clean, neat look.
    Thanks, cp. I got both the tie and the square from TheTieBar.com for $15 apiece. That's an unbelievable deal, if you ask me.
     
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    Like this a lot, especially the loafers. And the Schnauzer.

    Loafers are hawt isht!
     
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    Not approved. Mrs. Spoo looks lovely, but why is she walking? Spoo, I place the blame squarely on you. A gentleman always has a horse drawn carriage at his ladies waiting.

    For punishment, I suggest you have to walk around in a black, untailored kenneth cole suit, Allen Edmonds orthotics, and no pocket square for the rest of the week.
     
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