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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. cronicmole

    cronicmole Senior member

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    Well, it's a regular unisex cotton tote that I use for groceries or carrying whatever is needed from one place to another. I certainly don't see it as feminine, even after taking another look upon reading your comment.

    No man should have an unisex cotton tote...go look again. I'm serious by the way.. reevaluate that
     


  2. kitonbrioni

    kitonbrioni Senior member

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    DE blazer
    Brioni pocket-square
    Zegna shirt
    Levi's 501
    BJ belt
    Zegna socks
    Lucchese boots
    Guerlain cologne
    Tiffany watch
     


  3. GusW

    GusW Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Nice look. It looks comfortable yet has style.

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  4. acecow

    acecow Senior member

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    No man should have an unisex cotton tote...go look again. I'm serious by the way.. reevaluate that

    I respectfully disagree. Beats carrying 6 plastic shopping bags. Obviously, I wouldn't use this bag on a night out. I would take it to the beach, though.
     


  5. DaBatMan

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    That MB has ABC (i.e., suspension) issues. I hope the car is not yours because the fix is costly.
    Tell me about it. For the record… it belongs to my GF’s brother and has been sitting in the same spot for the past 5 months because he refuses to pony up the 3G’s it’ll take to put it back on the street. I belong to the A6.
    Or the ass was dropped intentionally.
    I would never purposely do that to a MB.
    It's about damn time, sir! This look is certainly solid but seems too somber for Easter, no? (Not to mention spring?)
    I know... wanted to get a few more wears out of this suit as it's about time for retirement. Tan suit and blue suit are in for sizing issues now.
    Very pretty elements, but the tie is lost in the shirt/jacket combo.
    I agree 100%.
    Thanks Fellas for the good feedback.... I've been having a bit trouble determinging the right jacket length for myself, I have a short torso and long arms so the knuckle length jackets seem long for me....
    I have the same issue... (short torso + long arms) but I do like the fit of this ensemble. As mentioned above... I think a more complimenting tie would have been in order for this one.
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    I absolutely love that SC. Deets please!
    A few fits from last week, if you would excuse the quality.
    Your garments fit you very well. Thank you for the motivation.
     


  6. Cary Grant

    Cary Grant Senior member

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    I don't get the love for Fred's photos. He seems to get unanimous praise for his pics which appear to show beautiful suit fabrics and nice shirt, tie and shoe combinations (in a nicely appointed pad) but it's impossible to tell how they fit with him always being sat down.
    As for the chairs, my parents had black vinyl versions of them in the seventies and they should remain in the seventies!


    I'll always stand up for the original intent of this thread, when it was mostly text, no, photos: what are you WEARING now, not "how does what you are wearing now fit?" if people want a fit crit, fine - but that's at the whim of the poster.
     


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    voxsartoria Goon member

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    One plastic shopping bag is even better, but only with an eyepatch and a single leg trouser.

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    Best,
    Bill


    Thanks for the memories.
     


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  11. MrDaniels

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    One plastic shopping bag is even better, but only with an eyepatch and a single leg trouser.

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    Best,
    Bill


    Thanks. After years of therapy I had finally gotten that image out of my psyche. Now I have to go scrub my eyes out with Ajax.
     


  12. cronicmole

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    I respectfully disagree. Beats carrying 6 plastic shopping bags. Obviously, I wouldn't use this bag on a night out. I would take it to the beach, though.

    Firstly, I want you to now that this is a discussion not an argument. No straight man should own that bag. If you are gay then I understand...I have nothing against them,teh gheys that is.
     


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    My first waywn post. This is what I taught in today. Had to snap it fast. Can't wait to learn.
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    Firstly, I want you to now that this is a discussion not an argument. No straight man should own that bag. If you are gay then I understand...I have nothing against them,teh gheys that is.

    I slept with many women and no men, so far. Maybe owning this bag will change this fact, only time will tell. [​IMG]
     


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    I slept with many women and no men, so far. Maybe owning this bag will change this fact, only time will tell. [​IMG]

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