HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part III

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  1. in stitches

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    dont worry, the orioles will up sucking, and finishing last. i assure you.


    :laugh: all i got was a neighbor that fucked me over.
     
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    thats how it eneded up.

    it was supposed to be this

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    sorry about the language :(
     
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    IMO: Jacket is too long, trousers are too long, IDK about the tie, and, personally, I would have gone with a slightly lighter grey (but that might be the light/camera). The upper jacket cut is nice--arms/shoulders, etc.--but it's a little boxy for me. (Sorry...)

    Edit: no PS?!?!?! Pocket flaps in when outside?!?!?! The madness!!! :p
     
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    Chilly winds but still a lovely sunny spring morning.

    Just got the jacket in the mail from jrd617. Great guy to deal with.

    The PS has gone crazy :)

    Jacket: PRL.
    Trousers: Oscar Jacobson
    Shirt: The Shirt Factory
    Tie: Chauser Collection
    PS: The Shirt Factory
    Shoes: C&J
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    Small chance of rain today so decided to wear this thrifted peacoat I bought years ago.

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    I think you might benefit from a deeper gorge. Otherwise the outfit, especially the shoes, is well put together.
     
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    Perhaps you meant to say the buttoning point? The gorge on the lapels look fine.
     
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