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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. tdude

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    Cross-strap-cross-post from the casual thread...
    Gurkha style trousers from a 60's British army pattern.
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    On my screen it appears the red in the square and tie are the same shade, as well as the gray or lavender of the shirt the same as the background of the square.
    Maybe I'm wrong, if so, I recant. Everything is beautiful none the less.
     
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    It's hard to imagine that any other well-dressed man on Earth would have gone there. And it's brilliant. Originality is rarely both bold and tasteful. I am full of admiration. Bloody well done.
     
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    Awesome as usual! [​IMG]

    Spoo's wearing a pochette? [​IMG]
     
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    +1
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    seamaster, anden, crusty and TTO, great looking fits, gents.
     
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    Sweltering hot today, so apologies for the somewhat ruffled look...
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    Steff, good stuff


    also, these should fit you nicely ;-)

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    That´s a lot of croc :happy:
     
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    steffenbp11 - very nice, indeed.
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    The exact moment I lost respect for Spoo was when he started referring to his pocket square as a 'pochette' and listing his cologne. I think something inside me died that day!
     
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    Looking good. [​IMG]
     
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    I disagree with this. I think it's generally accepted that completely matching solid tie and pocket squares is a bit of a men's Wearhouse noob move, but I don't see a problem with dominant colours being reflected in each. Somewhere a rule has evolved where the pocket square at most is supposed to 'pick up' a colour from the tie or shirt and nothing more. Why? Foo mentioned something about there being two points of focus for the eye - the tie and the pocket square - so why is this a crime? Is it too much for the human brain to digest?
     
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    can i have the shirt ?
     
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    Very nice, Stitch.
     
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    Taking nothing else into consideration, the edited-in pocket square adds much, stitch.
     
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    lolz, thanks.
    thank you kindly, r.
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    x-post from the Friday Challenge:

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    This might be my favorite fit posted on SF...ever.
     
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