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. clarinetplayer

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    I love (want) this coat! The shirt is one of a kind--very original. (Deets?) Combined with this radiant red sweater, the resulting effect is splendid.
     


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    You should try pinstripe :)
     


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    You should try chalkstripe

    Or work on your shirt and tie combination, you have far too many solid shirts
     


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    If I dressed well it would look something like this. [​IMG]
     


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    Spoo - to my eye the gold of the scarf and the buff of the tie are not making friends.
     


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    NYR - Killin' it today. I feel like there should be a board room behind you rather than a giant classroom door. It makes you look like you're the size of a hobbit! Haha- Cheers.
     


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    Nice Vic! Who makes your shoes?
     


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    Rob, something's going on with the vest and trou, like I feel the bottom of the vest should sit flush with the waist of the trou. Other than that I think it looks good and the footwear is awesome, more deets please!
     


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    Is this even possible?
     


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    A decidedly British point of view, IMHO. I've always been far more Italian-minded, favoring loud sport coats and suits with muted ties and shirts. To each their own, however.
     


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    Maybe it's just me, but I think the pants could taper less and be fuller. Otherwise, quite nice.
     


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    Not so much a comment on this in particular, but more of a general observation: the world would be a better place if more teachers dressed like you.
     


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