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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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    Threadbearer wrote: "Are you sprezzin' with just one collar point buttoned, cp?"


    Ha, ha, ha! I'm so far removed from sprezz it is pathetic. That one side of the collar was just being unruly. :embar:
     
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    I'll take his wardrobe, my life's pretty sweet right now!
     
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    Your tie is the biggest offender. I can't even objectively judge the rest of the outfit with the tie present. It's too funky against the formal pin striped suit and the white shirt.
     
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    You think so? I was debating the tie with the suit. I like the tie so I tried pulling it off. I guess I need to stay more traditional with a pin striped suit. Maybe a purple paisley or blue paisley... What do you think about the suits fit.
     
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    I agree with acecow, the tie does not complement the pinstripe suit.
     
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    I appreciate the thumbs up guys!


    Thanks, it was made by a local tailor, very light weight wool/silk blend.


    I know what you're saying about the quarters and had the same comment to the tailor when the jacket was made. Overall I'm pleased with it though. The pants are a wool/cotton/silk blend (I believe) and are very nice. Being blue is not a problem for me.




    Ed's Pantas are very nice.


    Thanks!
     
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    Wow those loafers are great. :embar:
     
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    Ed, your thumbs up, you mean the tie vs. the pants, right?
     
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    I don't like much about that tie....maybe with seersucker or khakis, but I sorta actively dislike it. With the pinstripe and a white shirt, u might consider a sky blue tie (looks nice but somewhat boring) or maybe a striped shirt and solid tie?

     
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    Is that the other 'nacci, Spoo?

    The fit is a miss, IMO. Top half looks like a suit, bottom like weekend kickin' it. Also, are the pants cotton?
     
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    Nacci sounds super dirty.

    "Damn, just LOOK at that sweet nacci oh lawwwwwd!"
     
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    It's not a troll, it's an outfit a friend of mine wore last night.

    Personally I I think he looks vile and told him too. But he loves the looks.
     
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    Two things: 1) Damn you! I really like this look, great job. 2) Your budget for clothes must be HUGE!

    Thank for the reply. I will consider a striped shirt. I always thought striped and pin-stripe don't work. I would appreciate any other feedback.
     
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    shabbos is over, im back ya'll!


    thanks, as to the jacket length, my 8 year old daughter takes the pic, and since she is significantly shorter than me, i think the camera angle makes the jacket look longer than it does irl. maybe.

    lol, there is not. but there may be a person stuck in beteween.


    thanks man, i just may. but i think i trim tomorrow, might leave a thin beard on the cheeks and a real thick goatee for fun.


    :) :fistbump:



    thanks for taking the time to write that HF, much appreciated. a lot of great ideas in there. just a few things, the tie is actually a herringbone pattern, maybe you meant a neat pattern or something, but its not solid in color, maybe the pic didnt pic that up.

    you could be right on the white, but im pretty much a white shirt only guy, when i wear a tie. i like it, for better or for worse.

    the shirt collar is horrible :( buts its all i had in white that was clean.

    how to get more "expression" in the tie? thanks for the PS advise, im just starting to use them.

    glad you liek the beard :slayer:


    lolsure ;)
     
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    :nodding:


    its fantastic mr bond.
     
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