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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. in stitches

    in stitches Senior member Moderator

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    sander and pliny, lovin it.
     
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    In a more relaxed mode on the eve of the national holiday . . .

    Suit - Haspel
    Shirt - BB
    Tie - JAB
    Shoes - Paul Stuart

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  3. mimo

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    SB - thanks; that's the plan!

    Spoo - if you were wearing socks that would be the look of the week. Belt is deliciously weird and the colour combo overall is just perfection - hard to do with such an unusual theme. Respect.

    Sander - I only do black ties at funerals myself, but I like your combo a lot: super clean; I agree with the tie bar comment for an even more Mod look.

    Pliny - you are a sartorial delight, sir.

    Crusty - at your best when you are ever-so-slightly more casual like this, I think. It's hard to be characterful and tasteful, and this is the epitome.
     
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    A great, out of the ordinary looking sport coat! [​IMG]
     
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    My first post in this thread, off to take a licensing exam and then to see my new boss, my collection is slim right now, but I am trying to make due, be gentle!

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    I will have to see in the coming months if I can relax my seemingly congenital New England Yankee starchiness (a work colleague once characterized me as such, with such vehemence that I thought that I was to be next listed among the side dishes on a restaurant menu between the rice and the French fried), and attire myself in a manner in keeping with the summer months - at ease and tasteful in equal measure.
     
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    Crusty - your "starchier" looks are equally tasteful and very professional-looking, which I imagine is important in your trade. But I'm just enjoying the increasing variation. :)

    Don - I don't like the stripe or narrow collar spread on your shirt. Some might have issue with a double cuff in this more country-ish look, too, although not me actually. But those are details. You really do look great today; that's a truly lovely jacket with a fit that suits you, and a top class casual colour combo.
     
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    Nice pic Don C.

    A couple of your pics have a tendency to increase the appearance of your broadness but examples like today's make you look much slimmer without the 'strangled sausage' look. It's not gonna work with all your jackets and trousers but if you are contemplating trying some adjustments you could do a lot worse than use today's dimensions as your template.
     
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    Nice fit but I´m worried that any minute now its all going to come off and we´ll have to start tucking dollar bills into your underwear ;)
     
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    Not feeling that tie (perhaps it's the way it's tied or positioned) but I love the DB suit and shoes. Thumbs up.
     
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  12. steffenbp11

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    Seeing Sander´s beauty of a fit a few pages back, I went for a knit today - the closet thing I have to a grenadine...

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    That's a very fun jacket; nice outfit choices to show it off, too.

    I always like it when you post a fit. Some of the proportions & design details tend to be subtly different to the more typical SF styles we see here, in an interesting/engaging way. Good stuff.



    My rather casual week continues...

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    Very nice. If I was to nitpick I would say that I don't really like the shirt pattern and the cufflinks. What are the shoes?
     
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    Not at the same level as you guys, the photo is crappy, trying my best with what I have on hand
    Feedback appreciated

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    Where to kop jacket? [​IMG]

     
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  17. DonCologne

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    Shoes are from Primeshoes http://www.prime-shoes.com/
     
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    The word "elegant" came to mind the moment I saw this. Perfectly simple, simply perfect!
     
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