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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. cbfn

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    Put a line over the word "black" and you have a SF friendly advice. :teach:
     
  2. recondite

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    LOL!

    Thanks for the heads up.

    Since the jacket is already not "SF Friendly", black is the correct color choice.

    It is way past time to appease the natives, and it looks like he is all out of bubblegum,[​IMG]
     
  3. ianGP

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    Too lazy to find the casual thread:

    happy friday fellas!

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  4. P-K-L

    P-K-L Senior member

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    BMW F30 Sport Line?!


    I guess he is french :)
     
  5. cbfn

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    Yep, correct, nice!
     
  6. sugarbutch

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    I love being part of a contingent.
     
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    Russian friday [​IMG]
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    Suit: RL by Corneliani
    Shirt: Eton
    Tie: Brioni
    PS: RLPL
    Shoes: C&J Hallam
    Gloves: Dent's
    Socks: Pantherella
     
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  8. in stitches

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    it is loro piana. he posted it in recent purchases not too long ago.
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    ianGP - that fit is awesome. :slayer:
     
  9. ianGP

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    Thank you sir!






    PS - I vote stitchy for SF Historian? :)
     
  10. Betelgeuse

    Betelgeuse Senior member

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    EspĂș! The coat is great! Fantastic!

    This looks crazy, but somehow I like it!

    Great, as usual!

    Nice!
     
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    Is Jacket vented? Release top button (unbutton) to open jacket up, less boxy...
     
  12. Claghorn

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    It's double vented. It is very much not boxy in real life; the opposite...it's actually one of the most form fitting jackets I own. Though it is also possible that I'm not understanding boxy in this context (I always thought that "boxy" referred to the waist or chest needing to be narrowed).

    Some jackets I like the top button buttoned. Others I'll wear with the top button rolled...but I want the top button to be completely hidden if this is the case, and I don't think that's possible with this jacket. This is one of several jackets that I think look better as a 3 button than as a 3 roll 2. At least, I feel more comfortable (appearance-wise) in them as a hard three button.
     
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    Sure! :)
     
  14. in stitches

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    Happy casual cashmere friday iGents! I think in retrospect the shoes are wrong maybe?

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    Relaxed Friday, then a week off for hiking and horse riding (for the first time!) [​IMG]

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    I'm not a fan of this jacket (I like a bold check but not this one) but the jeans/shoes/shirt are a good (least-worst?) combination for it. I find the sweater is one extra colour too much for it though.

    I do think that the informality of the jeans in particular helps sync up with the craziness of the jacket. Wide-wale cords would be another option. Maybe moleskin or cavalry twill too. In terms of footwear, you might also want to try brown chelsea boots or something like that if you want something different to the suede shoes.
     
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  17. Hampton

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    Awesome shoes stitchy!
     
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    Maybe soon I will have my tripod and camera back and can post a full length pic. Until then...

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  19. RDiaz

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    This looks pretty good, H. Very nice lapels on that suit. And Stolichnaya is great, though I prefer Moskovskaya. Makes a great white russian [​IMG]
     
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  20. Orgetorix

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    I think if you're going to wear brown suede with navy, it has to be dark, dark brown. NOBD frequently does this well (in fact, he won several Friday Challenges with it back in the day, IIRC). I have tried the snuff/navy combo many times myself, and it just doesn't work IMO.
     
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