HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part III

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  1. luftvier

    luftvier Senior member

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    Another BB sack. Now with more color. Suit is olive, despite how the pics look. Shirt sleeves a bit long. Need to move the cuff button.

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  2. NOBD

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    Great jacket, IST! What fabric is it made of?
     


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    Great jacket, IST! What fabric is it made of?

    Thanks! Silk and cashmere
     


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    A day off from work.

    At the Dentist's...
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    In the Men's Room at BB's new(ish) store.

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    FFS man Diggers before you post any more of them boxy monstrosities on here get thee to a tailors and get some waist suppression. All your jackets look big and baggy and I suspect the goodwill on this thread will fast run out if you continue putting up pictures without progress. Choose a regular poster whose style you admire (and whose body type is something like yours). Ask yourself why he looks good then take a look at your pictures and ask yourself why your clothes don't look like that. Sort out a tailor where you live, show him some pictures and ask if your jackets can be altered. If not (for instance if the shoulders are too broad that's a difficult/expensive/impossible fix) sell or donate and start over.
     


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    Parker Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    And no more bathroom photos, people. It's gross.
     


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    I'm assuming these came with a stick wrapped in ostrich as well, for beating away the constant stream of pussy these must generate.
    Thanks a lot, blofeld. Now I can't get the idea of a pussy stream out of my head.

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    Springtime in Aix en Provence:

    Steven Hitchcock DB Minnis 0300 Flannel with my signature gauntlets and brown buttons
    T&A pink shirt with self designed Budd's collar
    Dior tie
    Hober PS
    John Lobb of St. James's tassel loafers
     


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    FFS man Diggers before you post any more of them boxy monstrosities on here get thee to a tailors and get some waist suppression. All your jackets look big and baggy and I suspect the goodwill on this thread will fast run out if you continue putting up pictures without progress. Choose a regular poster whose style you admire (and whose body type is something like yours). Ask yourself why he looks good then take a look at your pictures and ask yourself why your clothes don't look like that. Sort out a tailor where you live, show him some pictures and ask if your jackets can be altered. If not (for instance if the shoulders are too broad that's a difficult/expensive/impossible fix) sell or donate and start over.
    It's in the works. Honest. Just wanted a BB restroom shot. The SA put me into a midnight navy SC with gunmetal buttons that hugged me like your fat aunt on Thanksgiving. I was going to snap a pic but it seemed weird while she was standing there. After the dental visit, it wasn't a good day to buy clothing, however.
     


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    Parker Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Looking good, Butler. Is it still cool in France? Not time for a dip in pool yet? [​IMG] Spring casual for me today: [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     


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    best jacket you own Parker[​IMG]
     


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    Regardless of what your monitor may be telling you, the SC is dark blue herringbone and the shirt is mint green. The khakis are -- you guessed it -- khaki.

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    Looking good, Butler. Is it still cool in France? Not time for a dip in pool yet? [​IMG]

    Spring casual for me today:

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    Very nice, Parker. Deets on the belt? (Great colour.)

    And didn't I see a bathroom pic of you in this thread some time ago...? (Not a gross one, of course [​IMG].)
     


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    Springtime in Aix en Provence:

    Steven Hitchcock DB Minnis 0300 Flannel with my signature gauntlets and brown buttons
    T&A pink shirt with self designed Budd's collar
    Dior tie
    Hober PS
    John Lobb of St. James's tassel loafers


    Love the suit and it looks good on you. That color of Flannel is one of my true favorites. [​IMG]
     


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