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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. betep

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  2. in stitches

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    Well done with the greens! I can't imagine myself pulling off something like this, but I would love to. In particular, great pocket square -- on its own, and with this suit.

     


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    Breguet 3910?
     


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    No, 3910 is manual wind. Mine has an automatic movement. 5920 in rose gold.
     


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    you need to drag your behind over to the watch pr0n thread, and post some pics, and join in the merriment.
     


  7. Tirailleur1

    Tirailleur1 Distinguished Member Dubiously Honored

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    First Man City and now Napoli...

    we certainly CANNOT be friends.
     


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    I see the date window now as well. Missed that the first time. I have the 3910 in WG. Wedding gift from the wife.

    Wear it in good health! Looks great with that suit.
     


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    ok, this is the rule. if you have a kick arse watch, you need to post pictures of it, or i will report your posts.
     


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    Ok, so, this is my first post in this here thread. Let's see how it goes [​IMG]

    From last week, with my first attempt at a patterned pocket square. Not really sure about the combination, but hoped the blues in the denim would help tie it all together.

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    Nettleton shell cordovan saddles:
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    This weekend I attended a semi-outdoor wedding reception (inside a barn) in upstate NY, perfect fall weather. Shoutout to Tweedydon for setting me up with this wonderful vintage Cricketeer 3-piece!
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    I would have hoped for a better fit on the collar-points.
    "Enlarged to show texture":
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    Forgot to take a picture with my socks, though! Navy with grey, tan, and medium-blue dots.
    Hanover shell cordovan longwings:
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    Alternative shirt+tie combo I considered:
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    the suit trousers need more tapering especially at the bottom. they are flaring out and its not flattering. you are slender and definitely need to have the trousers looked at.

    in the first pic with the SC and denim, i appreciate the look although a simpler shirt might have done you justice and the pocket square is a little out of place.

    welcome to SF
     


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    The jacket and sleeves are too short.
     


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    It is a vintage suit, seems to have a boot cut or flared bottom... tapering would ruin that look. For some reason, I really like it...
     


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    I think the suit rocks! Initially I also thought the trousers needed some tapering, but after having looked at the fit for a while it somehow works. Also, (and this was discussed in another thread yesterday) I do think that three-piece suits look much better when worn with the jacket unbuttoned. Anyone else agree?
     
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