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. edmorel

    edmorel Quality Seller!! Dubiously Honored

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    spooky, only commenting because I just used this to send you a PM and because you are one of the few that takes criticisms well, so you know whats coming..................

    don't understand the shirt/tie/pocket square combo. the tie and jacket go together texturally, shirt and pocketsquare belong in another outfit. jacket looks like a fall/winter hopsack/flannel but you're not wearing any socks :confused:
     


  2. SpooPoker

    SpooPoker Internet Bigtimer and Most Popular Man on Campus Dubiously Honored Affiliate Vendor

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    Ha. Yup. Jackets cashmere, shirt is a textured plaid. All "scratchy" stuff. the PS makes no sense.

    The socks, % called me this morning...
     


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    After much constructive criticism yesterday, I'm trying again :)

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    You've expressed something I was thinking about this better than I could. I have to say I don't understand Spoo's current direction in general, particularly the pale JCrew trousers. I only wear JCrew because I don't have enough of anything else that's better and can't afford to replace it all yet, and I find it a little odd that someone with access to the best stuff around, and with such a great eye, would wear this out of choice...
     


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    I don't get it. I even employed The Google, and I still don't get it. What're you nerdy kids talking about?
     


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    Are you trolling? If not, you fail google 101!
     
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    The tie you're wearing is the same colors that Gryffindor house uses in Harry Potter:

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    Not really sure why it was brought up though as that's a pretty classic color combination.
     
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  8. Claghorn

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    I like Spoo's unorthodox look lately (though I didn't really notice it was unorthodox, only that I've liked it more than I normally do, which was still quite a bit). Not sure mine is the greatest vote of confidence, but still, I dig it.

    (pocket squares I don't understand. on anyone. and I know damn well that that's just me)
     


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    It's not easy being green...


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    GDL, that's cause Orge is just standing straight, give him a bag and have him stand in the same pose and then you could draw the same lines.

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    Shah's got a personal style that's great and works for him, but that line thing is pure art critic bullshit.
     
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    so you're saying if I stick an Olive Garden breadstick over a graph then I can change the meaning of its data?
     


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    Only if you're in the social sciences
     
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    with endless breadsticks you could build a breadstick house over the data.
     


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    Actually, I was thinking more along the lines of what I could accomplish with never ending bowls of pasta.
     


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