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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. patrickBOOTH

    patrickBOOTH Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Thanks bro. Will.i.n
     
  2. add911_11

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    This really reminds of my old man

    Nice outfit.
     
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  3. MrDaniels

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    Very nice...and the most subtle three-piece I think we've seen from you-the others have all been Tom Ford ass-kickers, right? How is the temp inside....OK for all days between Labor Day and Memorial Day?
     
  4. GusW

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    Love this tie. Very, very nice.


     
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    This might be the last day to wear a heavy sweater (North Sea Clothing) and the Epaulet Slim Walt wool trousers. I forgot to cover the tulips last night. Thank God, they survived the below freezing temperature this morning. Not seen, Ferragamo loafers.
     
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  6. clarinetplayer

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    As always, you set a standard. This is a perfect tie for such a sober suit. Equally so, the pocket square is a delight. :worship:
     
  7. Sir F

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    First time I wear sweater with a blazer, opinions?

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  8. add911_11

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    Looks fine, but not sure about the fit of the blazer.

    Overall, looks cool but I tend to not get a 6x1 DB
     
  9. Sir F

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    6x1, what do you mean? That the blazer is to big on me?
     
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    Bow tie Friday...

    (Gotta get me some self-tie BTs and since payday is today... :slayer:)

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    Top to toe shot in the early morning dark:

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    Carmina Simpsons down below:

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  12. TauKappaEpsilon

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    I'm going to say this with the most sincerity I possibly can. I REALLY hate all of your fits. Something just looks off. This one is very obvious, the rise on the jeans are way to high, the legs are to short, the tie in the full body picture looks terribly wide and finally it always looks like you clip your collar together, making the tie look even wider. I really like your ideas, and the jackets always fit nicely, but the overall appearance is just not flattering on you.
     
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    I wouldn't (couldn't?) dress like Tirailleur, but I think he looks pretty stylish.

    Anyway...

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    I love the fabric on this suit, but the wrinkling over the chest is distracting. Pocket square induced? Or is this teh drape?

    Another killer tie.
     
  15. Tirailleur1

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    Hey style is subjective so you are entitled to your opinion. there are a few errors in your observation though

    1. I have only posted 2 looks with clipped collars
    2. That tie is not wide AT ALL... unless u consider 21/4 width as such...

    as for the jeans.. I hate low rise jeans... I like them to sit on my waist.


    but like I said.. you are entitled to your opinion.
     
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    FWIW I like the fit.

    I couldn't do it, but I get the eccentric hipster vibe; and think you pull it off very well.

    More than just an outer covering, the clothes we wear usually project who we are... or believe ourselves to be. I don't think many people get that.

    And I hate low-rise jeans as well (my new go-to dark denims are Nudie High Kais)
     
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    not to sound oddly parental but hate is a strong word. I find his fits to be pretty unique and pleasing to the eye even if it is not an established or mainstream look. I admire people who can project an image with clothing that is unique and personal.
     
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    I hate Uggs, Ed Hardy and "tribal" tattoos... :happy:
     
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    I said it was a strong word, not a bad word :)
     
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    haha... I know... just snarking around! :lol:
     
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