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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. DerekS

    DerekS Well-Known Member

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    post of the day. welldun.welldun indeed.
     
  2. gringodaddy

    gringodaddy Well-Known Member

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    The managing agent in my condo would frown on an addition being built. I do my changing in what is known as the "dining foyer"
     
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  3. patrickBOOTH

    patrickBOOTH Well-Known Member

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    When buying a condo I thought I was free of the bullshit that a co-op board imposes, but I quickly realized the condo board is just as fascist as the co-op board.
     
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  4. mktitsworth

    mktitsworth Well-Known Member

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    I try. Can't let you get away with things. Next we know you'll be posting fit pics dressed in pink cow print sport coats with camo cargo pants and an orange cashmere tie. Can't have that, can we?


    that's why mine is a secret room that's only there sometimes. I built it by decompactifying spatial dimensions around the front door so that only people with a special remote can open in to it. It cost a bit extra, but it's worth it.
     
  5. in stitches

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    what could possibly be objectionable to my suit pants and black punched cap toes? :puzzled:


    something like this.
     
  6. gringodaddy

    gringodaddy Well-Known Member

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    The only thing a condo board really can't do is restrict the sale or purchase, or restrict you from renting it out to someone, but even then if they want to there are ways.
     
  7. patrickBOOTH

    patrickBOOTH Well-Known Member

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    Oh yes they can...
     
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  8. black_umbrella

    black_umbrella Well-Known Member

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    You underestimate the power of evolutionary specialization designed to short circuit that impulse.
     
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  9. gringodaddy

    gringodaddy Well-Known Member

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    Technically they can't, but they can make it prohibitive to the point of being impossible.
     
  10. Betelgeuse

    Betelgeuse Well-Known Member

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    I was going to say: "dude you look a lot like Timo" then I clicked the image. My bad. [​IMG]
     
  11. mktitsworth

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    The austerity and restraint just screamed at me for a plain black cap toe rather than a quarter brogue or adelaide. Dark brown brogue would have been fine too (and very American), but the black brogue... it's like a tiny itch at the back of your throat. Like a painting that's just ever so barely off you could only discern the truth of it with a laser level.

    I'm yankin' ur chain dude.
    Though I would have preferred the clean black cap.
    But it's not really a big deal.
    To anyone in the world except the people who can tell the difference.
    Which, Let's be fair, outside the ramifications of internet fora, is no one.
    But still, there are those. Someone knows.
    No they don't.
    Yes they do!
    Shut up! It looks great!
    Except for the tickle at the back of the throat.
    You have no idea what you're talking about.
    Sure, but does that really set me apart from anyone else around here?
    Probably not, but it's worth mentioning every now and then.
    Duly noted, now can we quit recursing down this tree and get back to the thread?
    Fine by Me.
    By the way has anybody else ever noticed that the word "spoiler" is... weird?
    Shut up!
     
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    I think my brain just exploded and I have carpal tunnel after clicking through all those.
     
  13. patrickBOOTH

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    Dear Tits,
    Eat shit.

    Love,
    pB
     
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  14. in stitches

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    :laugh:
     
  15. mktitsworth

    mktitsworth Well-Known Member

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    It's the little things.
     
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  16. An Acute Style

    An Acute Style Well-Known Member

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    First day back at work. The shirt is navy and red check. The tie is navy and red stripe from Italy. I'm not sure that the jacket works, but I wasn't sure what else to wear with it. I took pictures with just the vest and just the jacket. I will definitely be getting the sleeves lengthened on the jacket.

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  17. Cotton Dockers

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    Nice, AAS. I like that vest, but I think I actually like the picture without the vest best.

    Possible Family Values entrant:

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    A little snug at the midsection when buttoned, as are the pants. Hopefully to be remedied via my New Year's resolution.


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    Jacket - nSuited
    Shirt - Kamakura
    Tie - Kent Wang
    Square - ConradWu
    Pants - Howard Yount
    Shoes - Vintage Florsheim
     
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    No vest wins for me, looks great AAS
     
  19. in stitches

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    Cotton Dockers, nice. I dont love that shirt with a tie, but that may just be me. Also, I think I will be wearing those same Younts for my challenge fit.

    AAS - I also think the last iteration of that fit was the best.
     
  20. gavspen

    gavspen Well-Known Member

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    AS, as a non posting lurker, I just want to tell you how much I like your pics. Even I can put on a decent suit and a tie and hopefully look presentable, but (with deference to the nicely suited gentlemen here) it's much more difficult, in my opinion, to mix and match pants, jackets, vests etc., and come up with as something pleasing as you so regularly do. Nicely done.:)
     
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