HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part III

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  1. Kent Wang

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    It's almost 80F in Philadelphia today. Linen suit to work. CBD be dammed.
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    Awesome. Pure spring.
     


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    Corneliani sportcoat
    Kent Wang linen/cotton shirt
    Lapel flower I found on the street
    Kent Wang cotton pocket square
    WW Chan trousers


    Great look Kent, but the flower totally harshed my boner. Take it out and step on it.
     


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    great coat. creat color combo.

    Four more days and the sheep is moving to a new pasture.
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    The PS adds just enough pop.

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    I woudl have gone with a plain white OCBD, but this looks great as is.

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    Not one of my favourite suits; I prefer a little more shoulder structure generally, but it's nice and light for spring/summer.


    This looks great, and I like the pattern play fo the tie and square.

    This really looked best with my black and white longwing specs...but the boss is in the office and I don't feel like hearing the "costume" comments today.....
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    Great spring use of color. Even better filename.
     


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    It's almost 80F in Philadelphia today. Linen suit to work. CBD be dammed. [​IMG]

    Nice suit. Deets? I'm looking for a navy linen one.
     


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    ^No idea. Daffy's purchase, so likely some obscure Italian maker.
     


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    Great look Kent, but the flower totally harshed my boner. Take it out and step on it.

    Disagree. The flower's the icing on the Kentcake.
     


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    ^No idea. Daffy's purchase, so likely some obscure Italian maker.

    Thanks. I'd rock that suit, freshly pressed, in Court anytime.
     


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    Thanks. I'd rock that suit, freshly pressed, in Court anytime.

    The fresh press will last you until you take the drycleaner's plastic off the suit hanger.

    An occational iron is helpful to thwart the big creases, but don't expect to look non-wrinkly for longer than a few nanoseconds.
     


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    The fresh press will last you until you take the drycleaner's plastic off the suit hanger. An occational iron is helpful to thwart the big creases, but don't expect to look non-wrinkly for longer than a few nanoseconds.
    LOL. I know. I have my share of linen. Yours look pretty good as it is. Anyway, I'm sure my naturally wrinkly linen will look 10,000 better than the never been dry cleaned suits of many fellow colleagues. BTW, I just brought back my cream linen coat from the cleaners and they flat pressed the lapels. [​IMG] [​IMG]
     


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    ...don't expect to look non-wrinkly for longer than a few nanoseconds.

    The truth about linen.
     


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    You always have a very personal cut to your jackets. It's not entirely to my tastes (the fronts always seem a little abbreviated to my eyes), but you wear it well. Dare to unbutton a second shirt button! [​IMG]

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    Very good from a distance, but I don't like the tie in the close-up pic (it's a little too reflective for me). But overall, I like the look.
     


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    First cotton suit day of 2011:

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    That SC is awesome, and with the pink shirt even better.
     


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