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. JapanAlex01

    JapanAlex01 Senior member

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    I think the collar looks stumpy, the sleeves look too long, and I dislike the tie. Sorry: just my opinion.
     
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    night and day difference, just out of curiousity why are you so opposed to socks?
     
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    I do not agree!

    My height is 182 cm, foot size 9 - 9,5 F (uk) or 9,5-10,5 D (E) (usa)

    Also as an athlete, and quite massive. The size of the chest I have about 56, while the hoist about 46-48 size. Hips are also massive, roughly the size of 52-54.

    If I wear long boots - it will look very ugly.

    For my body fit a broad and massive shoes and a short and rounded toe.

    If I wear long shoes, I would like a skier to ski. [​IMG]

    I wear marks: C & J, Edward Green, John Lobb, Vass, Berluti, Trickers, Church's. And also a bit Cheany, Santoni, Fratelli Rosetti, Barker and others.

    But I choose not only a broad and long model (What is a classic of the last century, 20-30)

    In my park, about 100 pairs of shoes. But they are not long. I carefully study the range of all the shoe companies and choose only a shoe.

    This is my choice - because it's a classic.

    This is my choice - because it suits me for my complexion.

    This is my choice - because long shoes - it's time error that has no relation to the classics.

    This is my choice - because - it is correct.





    One small example:


    Everybody knows Arnold Schwarzenegger?

    I am very far from it. He is more my size is 3 times! But in some ways similar to my figure to figure.

    YOU can submit it in long boots?

    That would be awful! (Cowboy boots do not take into account)

    He always wears a massive, broad and short boots, because it makes him appear balanced.

    For his torso - need solid foundation. Otherwise, get a giant in the glinyannymi feet.

    So here goes:

    I'm doing the same.
     
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    clapeyron Senior member

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    I'd love to see pictures of your wardrobe victor, vox style.


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    Tres cool Theo ! :bigstar:
     
  6. Elegantly Wasted

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    Yep, good balance:

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    It's about time someone supplied the exclamation point for those poor boys.



    I'm eager to hear what yywwyy thinks about your ass.
     
  8. Snoogz

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    I'm eager to hear what yywwyy thinks about your ass.[/quote]

    :embar:
     
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    If you hung your jacket somewhere I guess this is OK (too much stripes perhaps?)

    If you left the house without a jacket at all, then this is incomplete...
     
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    Hmm... Shirt itself is ok, sort of, a bit wide on the shoulder. sleeves a bit long (from what i can see) and also crinkling below and around the elbow. But the collar is really bad. Low, all soft and crinkly, the sides seem to be 'spreading' outwards across your shoulders instead of 'standing' nearly vertically. It looks as though the tie knot is sitting on the shirt front and the collar is 'rolling' over the top of of the knot.

    The trousers, you would have to stand straight to see if there is much break below the cheeks, and the drape of the legs.

    But I am sure there are other guys much more qualified than me to tell you what they think as well.
     
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    Waited a couple few weeks, have we?
     
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    I think that his ass is nicely sized and that mangos are delicious. The back rise balance of the trousers is off, though, causing those wrinkles in the back.
     
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    +1
     
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