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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. SpooPoker

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  2. An Acute Style

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    spoilered via iPad
     
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    If you are on the mobile site you have to manually enter the code, and its it annoying, but doable.

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    Great fit, spoo.
     
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    Re iPads, change to the desktop site at the bottom (works better on tablets anyway IMO) and you can spoiler your life away.
     
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    true for ipad, but its a bitch to use desktop mode on a phone. But for the hardcore, you can manually enter the code. Like i did for this post.

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    @ Nuts, D-S, Spoo great fits
     
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    Hi guys,

    I've been away for a couple of weeks, working like a mofo and then skiing (Southern Hemisphere, innit).

    Spotted this Canali DB summer jacket in the Sydney boutique, tried it on and asked the assistant to take a snap. What do you think? Seems to fit pretty well right off the rack. From memory I think it's quarter or half canvassed, fairly lightweight. Fabric is a wool-linen-silk blend. Buttons are a beautiful translucent mother-of-pearl. Please ignore the pants etc as I was wearing them when I walked into the shop.

    It's really friggin' expensive so I would need a lot of encouragement. Alternatively I suppose I could get a tailor to copy the design, might work out a bit cheaper.

    Feedback please.

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  11. RDiaz

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    Looks pretty good, coxaca, though I see some collar gap - is that related to the pose? Also looks slightly tight, but I can live with that on a DB.
     
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    I noticed those bumps too, not sure what's causing them. Might have been the the way I was standing, the bumps are not there when I look in the mirror and the shoulders fit fine (for OTR). The pads are perhaps a little too thick for my taste, so that might have something to do with it. Oh, and I definitely do not have massive lats :embar:
     
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    Last tweed outfit for a while. Because tomorrow I work eight nights in a row, I will post business outfits.

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  14. Pliny

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    Pingson that's great- your fits always look good to me
    coxaca DB looks fine
    DC- very nice mix of textures


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    Awesome tie? What material and brand is it?
     
  16. Pliny

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    cheers - it's an Escorial wool grown in Australia and woven in England. Got it from EdMorel's Panta
     
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    I don't know why but I just love gunclubs, that one is particularly nice
     
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    Thanks! That is one awesome jacket Pliny (details?) and it work great with the light grey trousers. I've been looking at that tie too t Ed's site :D. My only minor critique is that I wish the tie was tied a little bit shorter - to the top of the belt or there about.
     
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    thanks- it's a BB District Check. i dunno why i wear the tie long, but if i had to guess its because i've got short legs, so i like a higher rise, and the tie covering the belt kind of disguises that - to me anyway.
     
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    Nice coat but looks tight in the chest and the waist. Id try the size up.
     
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