HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part III

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  1. sugarbutch

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    Windblown, in need of a press. Although exaggerated by the angle, I'm afraid this is a bit too boxy. Darn.

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    Also, the jigger button was pulled loose by one of my son's soccer teammates, accounting for some of the rippling around the button. Definitely not too tight.
     
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    Your flawless fits are really starting to piss me off . . . .
     


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    Nice. What shoes be those?
     


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    gnatty - nice outfit but that's one fugly tie
     


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    Sullivan- Hmm maybe some casual wingtips? One tip, lose the skinny jeans and get some slim ones.. Slim= good , Skinny/Skin Tight= Bad
     
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    I once told Spoo that if SF was a videogame, his closet would be the code for Godmode.
     


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    but but but.........it's Drake's, it's Forvum approved and much blogged, it CAN"T be bad :censored:
     


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    Hips wider than shoulders = not a good look
     


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    You note this with the bitterness of personal reality.
     


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    I thought coldeye had one of the nicer looks of the last few pages. Didn't really notice the hip-to-shoulder proportion. sometimes snapshots don't tell the whole story.

    he's also sporting the rarely seen backward-angled pocket square which I kinda like.
     
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  11. F. Corbera

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    I agree with almost all of this, but I suspect a J-Lo type of thing. Everything splays out in the skirt like John Hitchcock cutting a patterned jacket with open fronts

    I call badonkadonk.
     


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    Sigh.

    He needs to learn to stop projecting.

    Isn't that what therapy is for? :confused:
     


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    You need more kangaroo in your photos...people like that.
     


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    upr_crust - that windowpane suit is bold! One of your best fits imho - esp in the legs.
     


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    Snark aside (not easy, I know, but...), a lot of it has to do with the upward angle of the shot. That said, Patrick Johnson tends to go for a pretty slim fit, and there is just a little more flare than I would prefer.

    Corb, would letting the waist out a little on the next commission help in reducing said flare?

    (That or lose some weight off the mid-section.)
     
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