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. tshaw

    tshaw Senior member

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    Hey, Kap - you got a better shot of the shoes to share? [​IMG]

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    Cold and foggy May in Shakeytown. Fuzzy flannel-mohair keeping me warm.

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    Love the suit but I think you would be better served with a tie that was more rustic and less shiny, it would be more consistent with the rest of the outfit.
     


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    Too much sexiness on the page....
     


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    So sad to leave... [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] ...but got to go... [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] ...SFxSF, Nederland Edition...Wazzup Agent Binge and Agent Ob5cur1ty... [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] ...still yet on the move... [​IMG] [​IMG] Stay sexy folks. Over and out.
     


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    [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] Acrid, can you superimpose Hannibal Lecter's mask? Would be perfect.
     


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    Oooo. I'm liking this a lot.

    is there anywhere online where it is possible to buy some better quality pocket squares??
    www.kentwang.com

    I disagree. It's nice to see things that don't work here and discuss why they don't.
    +1 That's my most effective mode of learning.

    And members posting the misses that they KNOW are misses are helpful for the forum to explain why.
    Funny you should mention that. I came this close to making a post this afternoon titled "Anatomy of a Trainwreck," in which I would explain how I ended up leaving the house this morning despite knowing that I'd effed the bunny. I spared you the gruesomeness instead.

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    Seems like this could use some pattern to break up all that acreage of solids.

    Acrid, can you superimpose Hannibal Lecter's mask? Would be perfect.
    Brilliant!
     


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    i'd be interested to know where the edification lies in knowing that your fit is bad and still posting it.

    Because it's not about posting a bad fit. It's about posting a fit everyday and staying honest. I think a good likeness would be someone who has an emphasis for personal fitness posting their workout results everyday. He could record them on his own, but making them public keeps him honest.

    That's something I respect about Upr_Crust - he's willing to do the good days and the bad.
     


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    No, but it certainly helps establish if your critiques are valid, or you are clueless. Frankly, I am weary of people coming in here and doing nothing more than posting critique, good or bad.

    Further, you are a particularly opinionated and nasty critic. When someone takes that approach, I think they need to have something in which to back up their critique. You have nothing.

    Telling Crusty to stop posting is just an example of your trademark style. The fact of the matter is that this thread is on life support, and needs quality posters. Crusty's style may not be my style, or yours for that matter, but telling him to stop posting is counterproductive. Equally as counterproductive is attacking an old poster who is dipping his feet in the water again.

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    Love the suit but I think you would be better served with a tie that was more rustic and less shiny, it would be more consistent with the rest of the outfit.

    Seems like this could use some pattern to break up all that acreage of solids.

    Yeah, I am just lazy today. Agree on both counts. My small-timer tie collection needs some cashmeres and wools. I actually ditched the tie for the afternoon and have a purple checked scarf wrapped around me instead.

    So sad to leave...
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  12. MrDaniels

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    Probably the last outing for this suit. After being told repeatedly here that the jacket is too short on me, I've finally realized you're all right.

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    It's hard to tell how short it is with your hands in your pockets like that! Looks like great material though, and I really like the fit in general.
     


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    I'd say he looks like an FBI agent, but FBI agents don't dress that well.

    (absolutely rock solid...gives one hope that this will be a good week for the sartorial arts)


    +1
    Solid work there Mike
     


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    Security what?
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    This shot is so legendary...that is all.
     


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    I believe that I owe an apology to anyone who was expecting to see a variety of photo postings, and insightful criticisms or comments in this thread today. Had I any idea that my posting would have engendered the invective that it did, I most certainly would not have posted it, or not couched in the words that I used to describe it.

    To those of you who said words in my defense (not necessarily in defense of my fit today) - thank you. To those who criticized my fit - you are absolutely entitled to your opinion. To those who sought merely to use my posting today as an excuse for invective - I would call upon you to be ashamed, but know that you are most likely shameless.

    Needless to say, I shall not post here tomorrow, as neither the weather nor my social calendar warrant wearing good clothes. When I shall next post remains to be seen, but I shall post again - I may be sensitive to criticism, but I am more adamant to not being bullied.
     


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