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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. DerekS

    DerekS Senior member

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    my work here is done. :lol::lol:
     
  2. Holdfast

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    FlyingMonkeys: the 70s look is totally awesome in that, as you say, sleazy 70s way. But yeah, only for a day!

    In previous years I've grown my beard out over winter, but last year I noticed a little too much grey in it, so I haven't done it this year. The fun you're having is tempting me just a bit though.
    Thanks! Yeah, now I've gotten used to the new haircut over the past couple of weeks, I definitely prefer it to the old one.
     
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  3. GMMcL

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    I know I'm new here, so please take this in the jovial spirit it's intended: Why? Are you playing Freddie Mercury on Monday? Because the resemblance is un freaking canny.
     
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  4. DerekS

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    i lol'ed.
     
  5. in stitches

    in stitches Senior member Moderator

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    quite nice. as i said before, i LOVE this SC. is it a PRL, woll/flax/silk combo?
    id try if i had the coiffure for it. :(
    great, per usual.
    cute as a button, derkle.
    thank you for that. she should post here more often.
     
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    moustaches are good [​IMG]
     
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  7. in stitches

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    another orange tie for clags. also, the kids wanted in on the fun today. :)

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  8. RDiaz

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    Nice blazer Stitchy. I dig the shade of blue and the (MOP?) buttons [​IMG]
     
  9. FillW

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    There's always "Just For Men". I use the little comb thingy...


    Pretty awesome suit today BTW.
     
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    +1
     
  11. Anden

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    Glad you like it. Correct regarding the jacket. Works well in warmer weather too.
    Only downside is that it wrinkles more than a wool jacket.
     
  12. Tirailleur1

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    along with my other straw hat, I intend to rock my boater in full force every summer.
     
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  13. in stitches

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    thanks, guys! indeed, the buttons are MOP. its an isaia from B&S, i have a feeling the buttons are not original, but i freaking love em. if they were replaced, im glad for it.


    i freaking KNEW IT!! saw that in the RL store in DC, was on sale for a song. i tried it on and it fot like a GLOVE!!!

    then i checked the tag. per my jew laws, i cant wear wool and linen (flax = linen). so mad. that jacket is so awesome.
     
  14. in stitches

    in stitches Senior member Moderator

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    is that what you meant? :hide:
     
  15. Orgetorix

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    Shoo serkle FTW! :slayer:

    Raising 'em right, Stitch.
     
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    I'm losing my hair at an increasing clip, and the one thing that keeps me from being :fu: about it is that I will then have a legit, unimpeachable reason to rock a panama hat in the summer.
     
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    The suit is grey, but the triple stripe is tan, hence the brown shoe match. Besides, I'm going to a party at the Whitney, where propriety is expressly NOT a favored value. Tomorrow night is a members' reception at the Met - for that, I'll conform more to proper sartorial standards - maybe . . .:satisfied:
     
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  19. upr_crust

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    Stitchy, for a nice Jewish boychik who won't indulge in shatnez, you've a wicked sense of humor. As it is, Tirailleur is one of the few people here who can rock a boater without looking like one fourth of a barbershop quartet.
     
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    BTW, my jacket is actually in the brown family, pants are light grey. Its not really a glen plaid. and the shoes are double soles, not triple, no different than Alden, trickers, RL Marlow etc. I am probably going to be posting more going forward so I will try and fix my photo situation. As to the disheveled comment :), that is kinda my thing. I can't recall the last time I got s suit/jacket pressed, I tend to wear soft fabrics and if I am wearing a jacket, I don't take it off during the day, I do everything in it. I don't like "sharp" when wearing a sportcoat, I'm looking more for a sweater type fit, look and comfort level :satisfied:
     
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