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. Louis XIV

    Louis XIV Senior member

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    lufty, I'd love to see pictures showing the whole of your outfits but the small frames you share with us look top notch!
     
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    It's not the pics, it's the clothing. I too thought you were small in stature.
     
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    For a change, here as well. It's too hot to wear a jacket and tie anyway.

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    A quick snap of the phone is simple and to the point, and all I have the patience for these days anyway.
     
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    +1. it needs to be the right combo, but when done right, i think it can be great.



    love it! aside from the blue suede shoes i was wearing almost exactly that yesterday. where are the pants and shirt from?
     
  6. NOBD

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    Thanks, Stitches. Shirt is custom (Thomas Mason fabric, Zephir cotton), pants are H&M s/s 2011 :).
     
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    cool beans, thanks. who does your custom shirting?
     
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    Thanks again. Looks like they make some really nice stuff. Is your avatar a close up of todays shirt?

    Here is my version. :)

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    Tomorrow and day after tomorrow 30+ degrees over here, Holdfast (you do do Celsius in England, don't you?). I'd love to send you some degrees.




    Its predecessor: an old H&K shirt (see Second Life for a Shirt); I think it's the exact same fabric though.



    Hillbilly version :) (The cap, the cap!)
     
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    I am laughing a bit at the thought of a Jewish hillbilly. Would such a person be able to say, "squeal like a pig!"?
     
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    Not creepy at all. And besides, who says she's my squeeze? I might just be stalking her. Like I said, not creepy at all.
     
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    Perhaps, "squeal like a pig at its bris" ? (How else can one make the pork kosher?)
     
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    Big A Senior member

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    Oh, we're out there - it's not all professional school and the Elders of Zion.

    In my case, the jewish half of the family is from Waycross, GA. Waycross! My very religious grandfather taught me a little known ancient dietary law, found in the footnotes of the Talmud: If you cut the feet of a pig, pickle them, and sell them at a gas station, it renders the pig kosher. True story.

    Shalom, y'all!
     
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