HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part III

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  1. clarinetplayer

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    Oh yes. Now, I recall reading that you are 6 foot plus several inches. Hong Kong? Looking forward to posts of your new wardrobe. Sounds like an adventure.
     
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    Happily, Occupy Wall St. was kept out of the Wall St. area until after 5:30 PM, by which time I was on my way home. The only impediments to moving around the neighborhood now are the hordes of European tourists visiting the local discounter Century 21, Ground Zero, and the other sights of the Financial Service Industry Disneyland formerly known as Wall St.
     


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    Jacket: Oxxford
    Pants: Luciano Barbera (the most amazing pants ever)
    Shirt: Brooks Bros
    Shoes: AE Stockbridge
     


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    Khaki unconstructed SC - Navy chinos - blue/white/red shirt - brown derbys
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    Hey, see the bump on the shoulder between the part near the collar and the tip of the shoulder? I get a divot there in the middle of each shoulder as well. Does anyone know what causes this?
     


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    I am a layman so take this with a grain of salt, but this happens to me when there's excess fabric at the yoke. or if your jacket is cut for dropping shoulders but yours are more square.
     
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    shoulders being too wide.
     


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    nevermind...i shouldve read the question a little better. :facepalm:
     


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    So then now that you have read in more detail, do you have an answer. :D
     


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    What does the stripe across your chest mean?
     


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    Riviera
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    Henry Carter Neckwear wool Herringbone
    MTM tan trousers
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    Shortly falls somewhere between "soon" and "someday" on the indefinite time continuum, IIRC.
     


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