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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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    Cotton Dockers - nice. glad you went for a full fit. it looks like you are propping the camera up and using a self timer? either way, i think the angle is a bit low for you. try with the camera up a little higher, more aimed at chest level. just my 2 cents.
     
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  2. Caustic Man

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    It's actually your recommendation that has had me switching to natural light for my pics. I think they look much better now.
     
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    fucking shit thats bad as fuck. TF?
     
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    I think its the one from yoox...cant find link atm...
     
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  5. in stitches

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    awesome. glad you took the advice, and glad its working out for you. i have noticed the colors in your fits looking better and easier to discern. like your latest one in MC casual i commented on.

    :fistbump:


    youre so jelly lol.
     
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    [​IMG]
     
  7. DerekS

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    so jelly doesnt properly convey the envy i feel. Derk wants so hard!!!

    Ill trade for my assless chaps!
     
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  8. in stitches

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    do your assless chaps cause chaffing?
     
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    It's SuitSupply, €399*, "Wool camel silk" from E. Thomas. It's not super-warm, but it works great with this weather (10°C/50F). It also feels amazing, it's incredibly soft.

    I don't know why but it's not on their website though. If you like bold colours, you might want to take a look at his brother (or maybe cousin, since the fabric is very different): http://eu.suitsupply.com/coats/red-coat-j253/J253,en,pd.html?start=11&cgid=Coats

    * : Honestly one of the best value/money deal in my life.
     
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    This one?
    http://eu.suitsupply.com/coats/brown-coat-j243/J243,en_GB,pd.html?start=13&cgid=Coats
     
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    of course not. they are very SF approved. Functional buttons, Crows feet stitching, MOP buttons, etc.


    fuckin SS is killing it. love the jacket.....id say its the nicest coat ive seen posted.
     
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  13. Caustic Man

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    I was just thinking of Foo's super coat that he had made. Honestly, I think that coat made him look a foot shorter than he actually was, but he liked it, so whatevs.

    Edit: Here it is...

    [​IMG]
     
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    That the coat (Rubinacci, I believe) is beautifully made, there is no question, but, without his glasses, Foo looks like by far the best-dressed student at his middle school. Just sayin' . . . .
     
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    My 2 cents on previous posts about choice of menswear as it appeals to lifestyle:

    There is an old saying - dress for the job you want, not the job you have.

    I know plenty of hot women who appreciate a man with good style. Example, at my friend's wedding, one of the bridesmaids actually approached me and complemented my shoes (CJ Audleys). She said that all of the other groomsmen's shoes looked like shit except mine. My point is, she didn't have to notice or say anything. But it did make me feel good.

    I'll wear a jacket and shirt to go out with my girl for dinner, even if the place is semi casual. I'll wear a jacket and shirt to go to night clubs or lounges too.

    Of course, my friends will take some jabs here and there, but I know they like what I'm wearing and quite frankly are a bit jealous when girls they are with compliment my choices of apparel.

    Long story short, dressing well shows respect for ones self and the company they are with. Some fellas ideas of a fancy night out is spent at Cheesecake Factory or some dive bar on the outskirts of town. If that's your lifestyle, there's really no need to own anything of quality or shop anywhere except H&M or the Gap.
     
  16. Caustic Man

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    Lawl!

    I hate to say it, because his stuff was so well made and so awesome in many ways, but a man of his stature has no business wearing a coat that long or 2 inch cuffs. This, of course, being said after my comment about 'who care what people think of the way you dress', lol.
     
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    Your semi-coherent potty-mouthed outbursts might well, in this instance, be the mots justes. That is incredible. I suppose the fit is a matter of good fortune to a point, but those clean lines and layers are just breathtaking. I don't know anything at all about Suit Supply. But for 400 Euros, I think that's definitely worth knowing. Wow.

    If hobbits had a mob boss...
     
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    You are correct, sir! Thanks for the tip, I'll go back to experimenting.
     
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    glad to help. i made that guess because i used to do the same. getting the right angled pics is a process, and its not always the same for each person. good luck!
     
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    Think I saw you and your date. She thought you were hot stuff.
     
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