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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. patrickBOOTH

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    I know, we are all just having a bit of fun.
     
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    Had there been a good taste filter, this thread would be much shorter, and my own contribution virtually eliminated.

    God bless freedom of speech. [​IMG]


    (Please don't quote this and remove "virtually", with the comment "FTFY" - that one went out with the ark strike-through thing....sometimes it's much funnier to not say the punchline; trust me.)[​IMG]
     
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    Getting chinos to drape? The sun will sooner rise in the west.



    He posts so that you might bask in the glow of his magnificence. Duh.
     
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    Sorry I didn't take the trousers but I was a bit in a hurry at that point of time. The trousers are light grey flannel FYI, the shoes are tan suede chukkas from C&J.
    Jacket is from Anderson & Sheppard,
    Shirt is from Charvet
    Tie is from Drakes

    The rain and the snow will get there pretty soon, light grey flannel will have to go back into the wardrobe (way too easily stained with snow and rain)
     
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    I like everything there, but I am not so sure about the tie and shirt combo.
     
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    Been kind of sick the last month and a half or so but back on my feet and back to work. Missed posting. Sorry for the crummy quality, I just have a macbook again right now but not for long. Suit is Polo, grey flannel. I wore black single monkstraps on the bottom. Tie is more gold than yellow. Never loved how this suit fits but I don't want to part with the fabric...Anyway, good work lately guys, I need to catch up on the thread!

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    Your picture is motion-sickness-inducing. But I like the combination.
     
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    very nice citan. you are putting together quite tasteful fits both here and in the casual thread. kudos.
     
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    Not my fave fit of yours (blue shirt would go a long way to letting me appreciate it more), but I just wanted to say that I'm glad you're feeling better. Sounds liek you've had a rough time recently.
     
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    Picture day and...and...and...

    And thaaaaaaaaaa Yankees lose!:slayer:
     
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    I too would be a fan of the blue shirt
     
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    If i can earn some brownie points back I knew this would be a criticism :( The shirt is a dark blue check if that helps. I was going to wear a blue shirt but I got lazy and went with the white that was pressed :embar:
     
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    1st gut is usually the correct choice.
     
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    New jacket.

    Ermenegildo Zegna 100% cashmere “Duo” jacket, Milano cut
    Staple Borrelli white shirt
    Tom Ford unlined knit tie
    Hermes white square
    Martin Dingman blue alligator belt
    Panta grey herringbone trou
    DC Lewis Dubmonks
     
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    I want your jacket fabric.
     
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    nyr and spoo - fantastic combos, fellas.

    spoo - that is one helluva SC. is the duo really truly reversible, and what does the opposite side look like?
     
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    Yes I also thought they were "ankle bashers" as you put it, and they are already very "tapered' for what appears to be fairly classic trousers.


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    Thanks for the constructive comments guys, you seem to disagree that with short ankle bashers, it looks either as if one has grown out of them, or they shrunk in the wash, but not stylish, well not to my mind anyway.

    Thanks for the first time Diaz..
    and Thanks again Diaz,

    I was trying to help constructively, You do dress exceptionally well almost all of the time. As you and "they" say, the chino's don't drape, but they look quite robust and masculine, even if not as suave as your upper body dressing.

    I have taken the trouble to edit the pic you posted to show what i mean, also I see that NYRanger has got his trousers to a fine art in terms of break (and cuff). Best is that "they" (n0n-n00bs) seem to like it long as well, or at least they don't seem to hate what NYR has done, or know what they like TBH. I somehow think the group "bashing" frenzy kinda took over and they all had a bite.. oh well. ASPD


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