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. anginaprinzmetal

    anginaprinzmetal Senior member

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    ^ :worship:

    sometimes less is more...
     
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    this is what SF is all about... :slayer:
     


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    All possible, I had just lifted my daughter onto a bench to snap the shot. I will check out your points next time I wear the suit and let you know.
     


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    unbelragazzo Jewfro Dubiously Honored

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    Did Victor always wear MTM shirts? (also, where did he go? :hide: )

    I know I'm behind the times, but it's awesome to see Kent Want selling DC Lewis shoes!
     


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    As far as I know Victor only wore bespoke shirts and suits. From a Moscow tailor named Igor something or other. The only RTW he wore/owned, IIRC, were shoes, bags and the occasional piece of outerwear.
     
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    shoes look a bit lost in this context, imo.
     


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    fritzl what would you have choosen for my footwear this day? My Nordica ski boots are a little heavy :)
     


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    What?
     


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    Hats off to you sir. This is terrific.
     


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    What I wore today, Feedback would be welcome! does anyone have any suggestions as to how to make the photos better. I really don't know what to do there are no full length mirrors in my house and as its winter the light is rubbish!

    Suit: Vintage Gieves & Hawkes
    Shirt: Gieves & Hawkes
    Belt: Duchamp
    Socks: Uniqlo
    Shoes: Grenson
    Pocket square: Aspinal of London
    Watch: Rotary

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    Cheers Nick
     


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    It looks like things are easy to find in your room.

    That's a real plus.
     
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