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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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    Me and another Chinese guy :embar:
     
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    Codeman,

    I thank you for the very kind words.

    I must admit I have only started to dress like this recently as I have more passionately started getting involved purchasing tailored artisanal clothing. I got all of my work done a few years ago when I was more involved in the music scene we had here, playing in bands etc. When it comes down to it. I always don't "see" my tattoos so to speak. I am so use to them and people around me who have them that I see past them.

    But I can see with a lot of people that that is the first thing they usually notice. I am not saying that is a bad thing, different strokes for different folks.

    I am very familiar with the band Bayside, but this is the first time I have been compared to Anthony Raneri.
     


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    I understand plus-fours are quite extravagant, but I'd have picked it up for the jacket and waistcoat alone... sorry to hear that. [​IMG]
     
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    That has to be the most eclectic collection of makers ever in one fit. :slayer:
     


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    At least you prob hate Juve as much as I do...I forgive you...:D


    Thanks, its a vintage H&S from the 1970's...picked it up from GShen before Vanda.


    I think the fact that this is a tweed makes it easier. I had a pair of odd navy trousers, wore them one time before having a suit finished, now i wear that much more often.



    Happy belated birthday! I hope I look as good when I'm 47.
     


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    Not sure about the shirt (not because I know anything, just my personal preference..). Love everything else.
     


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    love it too, I would have paired this combination with a linen/cotton blend blue butcher stripe shirt instead of the checkers, though.

    rare case of tasteful paisley tie.
     
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    Acknowledged pattern mess... at least it looks less busy from a distance [​IMG]

    BTW, just got rid of the PS.

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    In the interest of scientific research, I've been trying to understand the local preference for dark brown ties. I had occasion to obtain one recently, and am wearing it in the configuration shown below. Is this what all you brown tie-wearing types have been talking about?

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    Great, RJE. I've been thinking of wearing my flannel PoW suit with a turtle neck. I already have with just the jacket and a pair of jeans, but this gives another vibe. Very nice. Is it a 'full-blown' turtle neck? It seems a bit low. And blue suede shoes?
     
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