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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. CovertDebonair

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    Have a feeling that most of the people here won't be a huge fan of this outfit, but it was a goal of casual but still stylish for a "trendy" bar. Ermenegildo Zegna Shirt / Vest

    I just got a Ermenegildo Zegna "soft" suit, which I should have back from the tailor in a few days so I have something that you guys may appreciate a bit more.
     
  2. Henry Carter

    Henry Carter Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Suit: MJ Bale
    Shirt: Henry Carter
    Tie: Henry Carter
    Shoes: Meermin olfe cap toe
    PS: Henry Carter white linen (coming soon).
     
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  3. Johnboy

    Johnboy Senior member

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    Now this outfit is very good, conservative, no BS just [​IMG]
     
  4. Frankie22

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    Dig the tie.

     
  5. CovertDebonair

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    Professional, elegant yet not overwhelming/too bold. I like it a lot (not that I'm an expert but just my opinion)
     
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    The wife and I out to for a company dinner at Ruth's Chris. I wanted to try out a pocket square but was running a bit late and didn't grab one! Anyways, go easy on me, first post here hah!
     
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  7. Johnboy

    Johnboy Senior member

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    I agree SB, however it was there, however, I will convey your message anyway.
     
  8. Johnboy

    Johnboy Senior member

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    Mobbie, It has been said that your pocket square is crappy and it is better not to wear one at all rather than a crappy one.
    So get yourself a better plain white one for now.
     
  9. XKxRome0ox

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    hello folks

    BB golden fleece fitzgerald navy suit (color looks different because i played around with instagram filter :embar: )
    BB egyptian cotton white shirt (i think i should move the shirt cuff button so they are not so loose)
    BB Peal & Co. (C&J) brown captoe
    Dunhill belt
    Kent Wang white linen ps
    Isaia blue and white checkered tie (the tie came off after dancing for an hour)
     
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  10. clarinetplayer

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    What an excellent example of good taste and dash. The very, very conservative suit, solid tie, and white PS all serve as the perfect frame for the brilliantly colored and patterned shirt. Nicely executed.
     
  11. RDiaz

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    Odd jacket: Emidio Tucci
    Shirt: Old MTM (too big on me now)
    Tie: Drake's
    Hank: E.G. Cappelli
    Braces: Emidio Tucci
    Trousers: Emidio Tucci (Vitale Barberis Canonico flannel)
    Shoes: Carmina

    Yeah, fuller pants. After trying more tapered dress pants as suggested here, the result was a trainwreck, probably cause my hips are wider than most folks think. These are way more flattering IMO.
     
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  12. clarinetplayer

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    Lovely coat! And, the tie provides the perfect foil to the color/pattern of the coat. Liking the braces, too.
    Personally, I would try a solid PS.
    I'd be curious to see how the jacket would look with only one button fastened. I'll bet it would look more jazzy. :D
     
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  13. upr_crust

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    A challenging day for which to dress - inclement weather in NYC, warmer than normal for December (highs around 15C/60F), and I'm to meet up with mktitsworth for a midday meal. I hope that I'm not over-insulated (no overcoat/raincoat today - hat and umbrella only), and that I'll pass muster with my lunch guest.

    Suit - BB GF
    Shirt - Tyrwhitt
    Tie - Ferragamo
    PS - Ashear
    Cufflinks - Metropolitan Museum of Art
    Watch chain - vintage
    Shoes - Harris, via Barney's NYC

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  15. RDiaz

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    Thanks! I'm actually using the middle button only, but the lapels don't roll smoothly to it (it's a true 3-button) so it may look like it's buttoned... [​IMG]

    upr_crust, I very much enjoy that suit you are wearing today. Have fun on your lunch! [​IMG]
     
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    This is my first post here, hit me with everything!

    The picture is from my stepmoms party.

    Suit: Oscar Jacobsson

    PS: Rose & Born

    Shirt: The Shirt Factory, by Linnéa Braun

    Bowtie: Dako

    Socks: Rose & Born

    Shoes: Italigente Brown Suede Monk Straps


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  17. clarinetplayer

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    Grey, drizzly, icy Monday. Barbour weather.

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    Coat and scarf: Barbour Beaufort
    Shirt and bow: BB
    Sweater: Orvis
    Epaulet Walt grey tweed trousers
    Wolverine 1000s (black)
     
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  18. Quadcammer

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    Its not real good.

    to make it better, I would have ditched the vest and went with a sport coat. Also, wear a v-neck undershirt. That looks like a woven belt, which is just bad.



    whats up with the left shoulder wrinkle?
     
  19. acridsheep

    acridsheep Senior member

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    Foo's cream silk one square theory renders poorly in bad lighting:

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  20. clarinetplayer

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    Loving the Ferragamo tie. Great fun.
     
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