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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. sugarbutch

    sugarbutch Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    That's pretty good, AAS. Even with that shirt. :)
     
  2. in stitches

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    Clags - Noice. Whats the pents fabric?
     
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    I'll also add it is much cheaper than the Minnis fresco, so of you're budget conscious it is a great fabric to add to your summer rotation.
     
  4. Monkeyface

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    Yeah, same here. The only alteration I need is hemming the trousers. Just got the brown linen Soho this weekend, and it fits absolutely perfectly.
     
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    I suppose I could take in the mid back a bit, but that's being overly spastic. Since they're casual summer jackets I like them a bit looser (still fitted). Those guy are printing money over there, ha-ha.
    Congrats on the new jacket. Fall line comes in on the 12th, I've already got them holding several items!
     
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  6. add911_11

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    Not precisely today's outfit. This happened in a month and half ago, when I brought my friend to my tailor for some orders.
    Thanks for Alan for taking these nice photos.​

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    I was wearing a finmeresco french blue 2pc by Mr.John McCabe, shirt made by the tailor in the picture, and a tie from E Marinella. I was also wearing a windsor derby 2-tone by Edward Green which was not in the picture.
     
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  7. Henry Carter

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    Coat: Herringbone Sydney
    Shirt: Kamakura uni stripe OCBD
    Tie: Henry Carter 7 Fold Repp
    Trousers: Henry Carter prototype sample
    Shoes: Meermin (Boxfresh) Austerity brogue
    PS: Henry Carter
    Ciggie butt on ground: Not mine
     
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  8. in stitches

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    Nice fit, HC. Love the beard. :slayer:
     
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    I only have 3 linen jackets, so they are getting a lot of wear.
     
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    Total and utter grail watch. Not only the most beautiful Reverso ever made, but one of the most beautiful watches of all time, full stop. And that strap!

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    Kai, you have no idea how envious I am.
     
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    Black Cliftons. I was originally going to go with cognac pebble grains (just got them in from Howard Yount), but the whole outfit seems very...monochromatic...and I figured the brown would be a little discordant.
     
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    i can dig it. also, maybe you missed my last inquiry. what was the fabric on those khaki colored pants from your previous fit?
     
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    Wool. I am looking for a lighter brown wool trouser at the moment (in 100 - 150 dollar range) and am struggling to find one. Everything in the colors I want ends up being cotton.
     
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    i was hoping youd say that. i really want a khaki/tan pair of pants in wool. good luck with your search, but i think the ones in that fit are great. exactly what i have been wanting.
     
  17. An Acute Style

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    I've heard very good things about Howard Yount. http://www.howardyount.com/collections/pants

    Their wool pants go for about $195 to $175 new, but on sale can get under $150.
     
  18. coxaca

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    Quote: Seems no-one else particularly liked this fit, but I did - especially the jacket. If you're going to with a slightly shorter drop, this is the way it should be cut. Shoulder slope, button stance, open quarters - it all works. I also like the break on the trousers.

    Your last fit was a cracker too.
     
  19. yjeezle

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    What jacket is that?
     
  20. An Acute Style

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    Some random brand: Via De Medici. Made in Italy. I got it from Daffy's about two years ago. I've never heard of the brand and have I never seen any other products by them since.
     
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