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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. Owen Meany

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    Like this?
     
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    i hope that is not real tattoo...
     
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    Tattoo sleeves are so win.
     
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    I feel like James Bond today, only with longer hair and less sexy abs.

    Suit: T.M. Lewin. Shirt: Sid Mashburn. Shoes: Peal & Co. (Steve Smith for the win). Tie: Polo. Watch: My grandfather's Bulova
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    old pic of the watch

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    Fake like most of the vitton stuff you see.
     
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    All-around win. You just taught me how to wear a check-suit without upsetting my superiors. Tasteful and CBD. Thanks.


    All-around tool-of-the-year. :butbut:
     
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    Lol, on my thumbs up for this I just suggested shortening the pants - I obviously meant lengthening. [​IMG]
     
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    Haha, gotcha. Yeah, I have other trousers that are this long and they work all right, but I think it works better with a heavier fabric that drapes better. This is a pretty light cloth that tends to flop around more when there's not enough length to keep it on the shoe.
     
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    Your plastic arm covering looks so cool man. Is it a full body suit. You could probably have used your own initials on it though.
    Is this quite the fashionable thing to wear where your'e from?
    Deets Please??
     
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    I hope it is.

    Sometimes the punishment does fit the crime.
     
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    I also prefer longer style overcoats. Glad to see you are back posting!
     
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    Solid charcoal 1818 Regent
    Light blue BB pinpoint button-down
    J. Press red white & blue repp stripe
    Black AE Park Avenues
    TT Rolex Sub
     
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    Interesting mix of outfits over the past few pages; some really wonderful fits, some really dreadful ones. I suppose that's always the case in this thread, but coming back to a large number of posts to read in one go really drove the point home, One outfit I liked a lot that didn't get as much postiive feedback as I though it should was David Reeves outfit. Not only is the fit great, I thought the shade of blue for the tie worked wonderfully with the shade of grey for the suit:
    Outfits from yesterday & today. Today's partly inspired by a recent RJman post re: turtlenecks on ASW and partly by clayperon's recent fit in this or the casual thread (can't remember which) although mine's a deliberately less nightclubby/"slick" and more daytime-friendly/"soft" interpretation than his. [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    Holdfast,the outfit on the left looks great ( not sold on the shoes though). The other outfit though - it is just too much. The suit is a statement in itself. With the red tn it is over the top. That is just my humble opinion of course..
     
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    i like the casual outfit on the left. that windowpane on the right is just WAY too bold to be paired with a red turtleneck.
     
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    I didn't had to wear a tie today, so here it is...


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    Digging the pents on the left. You might not ever want to wear the outfit on the right ever again (I dont mean that in a rude way).
     
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    To each their own I guess!
    : - )
     
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    in that case.... FTFY... critique away.
     
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