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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. anginaprinzmetal

    anginaprinzmetal Senior member

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    :nodding:

    keep them coming...
     
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    ^ ya looks nice! :nodding: what shoes?
     
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    Yeah, that makes sense; sorry, if I sounded like a jerk--like someone pointed out.

    I hoped you killed that fucker, too, and collected 50 points! :p
     
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    I already gave you a thumbs-up, but this has to be said!

    Great, great, great! :D I wish the shirt cuff was slightly shorter--at least, on your left sleeve (relative to you)--and you had a PS (one of colour, methinks, as it would add to the monochrome--or would it be better, to keep it all shaded?). Shoes are great; trouser length/width is great (I think cuffs with double monks is de sex!)! :) Keep 'em coming!
     
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  5. Sir F

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    I'm starting to eat more and more in Paris...Enjoy!
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    Ok, NOW I want your life!!
     
  7. ianGP

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    Hellow Sunday!

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    oh and I smell like Creed Imperial ;)
     
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  8. in stitches

    in stitches Senior member Moderator

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    Concurred




    and this:
    because stripes :nodding:
     
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    I really dislike that tie, dm, but that's a matter of taste, of course. More objectively, your shirt collar is too loose and I think you'd look better in one that's a little taller and with a slightly wider spread. The jacket appears to fit poorly and has an especially high buttoning point, leaving way too much shirt and tie showing below the button and above your belt. Looks like you took these shots from a very low angle, though, which may be exaggerating the effect.
     
  11. cronicmole

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    oh wow,Kevin. Mother Russia rejoices.
     
  12. Cary Grant

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    Dislike the peg-leg trou with the DB. It's an out-of-balance look.
     
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    I totally agree.
     
  14. Verniza

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    It would be a sin if you didn't even try to bring that striped chick home.
     
  15. Sir F

    Sir F Senior member

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    You all seem to like the girl more, so here you go :)
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    davesmith Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Where can I buy shoes like this?
     
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    Sir F delivers [​IMG]
     
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    I think you made a great effort, BUT....

    1. lose the button down shirt collar.
    2. shirt/jacket sleeves too long
    3. trousers too skinny / peg leg
    4. get a pocket square
    5. button the second button on the jacket (it's 6x2 DB)
     
  20. Americana

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    I think you look sharp. I would go with a spread collar shirt. Also, I concur your shirt sleeves are too long.

    However, do NOT button the bottom button on a 6x2. It will make you look like a square. It is the equivalent of buttoning the bottom button on a 2 button jacket.
     
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