HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part III

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  1. Tirailleur1

    Tirailleur1 Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Why is that? Aritson make awesome fabrics.
     


  2. Thomas

    Thomas Senior member

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    Well, what is there to say? Ooops, I linked the wrong photos and write for Conde Nast Traveler but have an unsteady grasp on reality?
     


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    :laugh:

    still, sir f, where are u?
     


  4. Willin

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    Buy a matching belt..! Or better yet, match your shoes to your belt for this outfit. This is tough to look at.
     


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    I'm wearing a cordovan hoof-pick belt with snuff suede chukkas today. It can be done. However, unfortunately for TKE, it's not working here.
     
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    A few that might help:
    -The pants needs a press
    -Shirt looks a bit big
    -Belt/shoes should match
     


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    Eh... that's optional... ask Spoo.
     


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    I like bals with suits. Now and then with sportcoats and slim odd trou. Once you get to khakis and no coat, they look odd to me. They're adding to the visual awkwardness that's being forced on you.

    Like the knit, but the mint shirt needs to go.
     


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    bourbonbasted Cyber Eliitist

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    You had me until the "shoes"...
     
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    I never do that except for black and dark brown, it makes me feel stupid to have light colors matching.
     


  12. Willin

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    Wearing a contrasting belt and shoes can be executed well if you have the eye (and dynamism in your wardrobe) for it but most of the time it is a look sported exclusively by virgins.

    No offense meant to TKE.
     


  13. Elegantly Wasted

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    How about wearing contrasting shoes?:

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  15. Willin

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    This just means you had a bewildering evening which resulted in a sartorial indiscretion. This is a common occurence for gigolos and it's completely excusable if not laudable.
     


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