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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. Tirailleur1

    Tirailleur1 Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    yes it is from the new line.
    And there will be more info on them soon :)
     
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    T1: Did you intentionally blur the tie so that there would be some mystery left? :confused:
     
  3. Tirailleur1

    Tirailleur1 Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    no just terrible pics
     
  4. sugarbutch

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    I know. I'm just futzin' with you.
     
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    Mrjester, the apology is happily accepted. I appreciate the gesture. Thank you. :)
     
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    ^ those shoes are awesome, who's the maker?
     
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    It's kinda weird to wear it to a baseball game. I also can't imagine it's all that comfortable when it's high 70's/low 80's and humid.

    But to each their own
     
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    well done.
     
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    +1 Fantastic shoes!
     
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    I'm a lifelong Reds fan. I doubt I'd wear a 1920's style gangster suit with fedora to a game. Then again, if I thought it'd help them score more than 3 runs in 4 games I definitely would.
     
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    Love the detail & texture of the shoes, also the brown finish & color w/ the striped blue on blue socks!
     
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    Haha. Keep the Faith.
     
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    Dude, I respect this line of thinking; let's be real, wearing that rig to a ballgame is OBVIOUSLY going to draw an extreme amount of attention. There is nothing wrong with dressing well, there is also something to be said for being aware of ones surroundings. Again, wear what you like and do you (as many of us do) but dont act like its totally normal to rock a 3p db with a retro fedora at a reds game.

    T I personally love your style and think you look great.
     
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    Join the club. [​IMG]
     
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    The collar points aren't doing you any favors here. I understand that we all wear the shirts we have, but for your next purchase, you might strongly consider going for a more substantial collar.

    :nodding: There is a lot wrong with the whole thing; I appreciate that you went easy on me. I actually had to buy this suit, and shirt, for a friend's wedding. I was excited about having a light grey linen, but the 36S from jcrew was still bigger than I like, so i tried to mess with the jacket length and probably butchered it beyond the point of reasonableness.

    I have proportionally small legs (on an already 5'5" height) so I always felt like having a longer jacket would make me look even smaller... and seeing where my hands fell it seemed about right -- but, with the balance of the pockets and button stance so low, now it just feels silly.

    Will be tucking the pockets in from now on for sure to try to help the situation, but even then I'm pretty self conscious about it, even if most people I mention this issue to say they would have never noticed.

    :facepalm: Grumble. Throw it on the fire, gents, or is there any hope for this one?
     
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    Button stance seems fine (and this is coming from someone who likes his high). Tucking in the pockets will help, and you wear it enough (4-5 times) you'll stop seeming self conscious about it. Ultimately, it's linen, so you can be a bit more flexible about how you wear it. It's not going to be your go to suit anyway, so don't worry about burning it.
     
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