HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part III

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  1. Pingson

    Pingson Senior member

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    Brown PoW suit for Friday!

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    Suit: Austin Reed signature line
    Shirt: Thin Red Line
    Tie: Marinella
    PS: Drake's
    Shoes: Tricker's
     


  2. VictorSFreturn

    VictorSFreturn Senior member

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    I have exhausted the limit of the thumbs up ...

    Why not write comments in a new post

    Kappelan - excellent! Good casual

    Holdfast - as always very interesting and not trivial!

    Journeyman - very interesting combination, I want a full-length photo

    southernstyle - not bad, but I would have removed the jacket, put on socks and would be replaced would put shoes with laces

    Thin White Duke - interesting combination, but can be a little work on the clothes fit?

    Pliny - very good!

    Tom Miler - something that can be seen in the photo - very cool! I would like a full-length photo

    LilacCords - very cool!

    Pingson - very good, but it can take a darker breast handkerchief?



    Request to all - do not hesitate to upload photos in full-length or even on a belt and no head.

    Just picture that is only visible on a small piece of the jacket, shirt and tie - very hard to see how it looks and what the combination as a whole.

    Quality of the fit or clothing (lines, proportions, silhouette and sizing the figure), so do not understand.

    Just photos with a small piece of his jacket, shirt and tie - may be part of how perfectly matched and fit kit, but can be completely sewn bad option and is not combined with the bottom band spot.

    A piece of a jacket shirt and tie - looks good in 90% of cases (if not very serious mistakes in the selection).

    And how it actually looks in general (a combination of all subjects, fit and quality of the clothing lines and proportions) - not visible at all.

    I understand it - take a photo in full growth is not easy, but it can at least take a photo without the top of your head? It's very easy.

    A micro-photo pieces of clothing - it is certainly nice, but does not reflect anything other than the fact that one can see a tie and jacket coloring fabrics and shirts.

    Sad ...


     


  3. Scotty

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    Looks nice and classic. Although we can't see the tie/pocket square on you, the color and texture seems to go well with the rest. And the subdued lines of the jacket are great with the pants. The fit looks good too but we could judge better (if you're looking for that) with closed jacket button, aligned tie and not phone in front :)
    I'd only avoid the french cuffs with a sport coat like that, the elbow patches make it more casual and french cuffs look too formal. It's been discussed before the formality or not of french cuffs in different countries. To me they look like too much for that jacket.


     
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    I love that jacket!
     


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    ^ This is very nice. And for some reason the french cuffs doesn't strikes me here as I told above to Publius :puzzled:
     
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    ^ Thank you!

    It is simply my whim - I always wear a shirt just for cufflinks. I understand - it is not always appropriate, but please forgive me that my weakness and unusual fad. [​IMG]
     


  8. mktitsworth

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    It's always nice to see a throat latch here and there. While affected, it's a subtle, underutilized affectation.
     


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    Victor, I've actually always wondered: who takes your pictures? Also, what camera/lens combination is it? They're generally fantastic.

    I'd love to post full length pics, but my Seoul apartment is quite small, I lack a tripod, I don't have great natural lighting, and probably most importantly, I am too self-conscious to ask people to take pictures of me.

    I am going out tomorrow though, so a full length picture will be forthcoming.
     


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    I haven't posted in a while, but I thought I could use some feedback on my first time ever wearing a DB jacket. I would have liked the buttoning point a bit lower, or even a 6x1; but there isn't much choice in relatively cheap RTW for DB's...

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    Acknowledged problems: The oversized french cuffs and short shirt sleeves are making the jacket sleeves wrinkle, and the awkwardness in my right shoulder is due to it being a low shoulder. Not sure I can have that fixed, but anyways, this fits much better than most RTW I find; shoulders are almost spot-on, and balance is good, front is a little short as usual but that seems to be less of a problem with a DB...
     
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  11. black_umbrella

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    On the impact of Acridsheep in swaying SF towards love of navy pants: A small sample study.

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    Manton would not approve. To be fair, I don't think I've ever posted anything that manton would approve.




    The peak lapel/elbow patch is not doing it for me. Refer to Spoo's peak patch pocket blazer discussion for details.
     
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    Casual Friday. Blue strip button-down, Indy boots, slim-ish jeans and a brown merino sweater with elbow patches. All through a smudged iPhone lens (sorry!)

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  13. in stitches

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    Pingson - I like it but the top and bottom pictures seem to be different colors which one would you say is more correct?

    Diaz - Also looks quite nice, I am going to assume the jacket is blue and the pants are gray. But they do seem to be maybe a touch too close in shade. Then again it could very well just be the picture. I bet IRL it looks fantastic.

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    I am kind of ambivalent about today's look for me.

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