HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part III

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    Gnatty, great pants--details?
     


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    Armani blazer
    Brioni pocket-square
    Zegna shirt
    Kiton pant
    TB belt
    Pantherella socks
    Prada bluchers
    Prada cologne
    Hamilton watch
     


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    Gnatty, great pants--details?

    Thanks. They are Incotex..
     


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    a few nitpicks, particularly the choice of shoes ... but KUDOS for looking so well turned out for prom. GF looks good too[​IMG]

    Thank you. I agree about the shoes. They weren't my first choice, but they are my girlfriend's favorite pair. I'm in college and this was her prom, so I wore them for her.

    Kind of like these shoes. Where are they from?

    Thanks. I thrifted them. They're Santonis. I'd say they're about 20 years old.
     


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    Great jacket fabric and colour, gshen. What is it?
     


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    Vox' recent link to Flusser contained a sentence about breast pockets containing only squares but I see this and nii doing it as well. Are we in elite country here or can anyone (meaning me) do this, also? [​IMG] [​IMG]
     


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    YesterDAY: [​IMG] [​IMG] Yesterday Evening (8th grade prom at the local Mooselodge) [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] Sloppy know WAS fixed, picture was being taken 2 minutes after I was texted that my ride was waiting out front...smh
     


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    Vox' recent link to Flusser contained a sentence about breast pockets containing only squares but I see this and nii doing it as well.
    Are we in elite country here or can anyone (meaning me) do this, also?

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    Anyone can do that Diggs. I suggest that you just discreetly tuck your shades BEHIND your pocket square. As much as I admire a lot of niidawg's pics I really dislike this habit of hanging one arm of your shades out of the pocket in some sort of pointless 'look at me I have shades' gesture. There should IMO be a simple form follows function of having shades easy to hand in a functional pocket where they are least likely to get mashed and even get a modicum of protection from your square, and good looking shades should be ready to recieve praise from your head not from your pocket. Just beware of hugging any fat lasses if you do this!
     


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    So pimp. As always.
     


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    Love the blue fabric! Is that linen? Looks almost tweed like, but can't be in Sin this time of year. Who makes it if I may ask?
     


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    Great jacket fabric and colour, gshen. What is it?

    Love the blue fabric! Is that linen? Looks almost tweed like, but can't be in Sin this time of year. Who makes it if I may ask?

    Thanks guys, its a vintage piece made in Scotland by Reid and Taylor, about 8-9oz maybe. 40/30/30 wool/silk/linen if i'm recalling it correctly. 'Summer donegal' FTW!
     


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    Very nice, gshen.
     


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    Anyone can do that Diggs. I suggest that you just discreetly tuck your shades BEHIND your pocket square. As much as I admire a lot of niidawg's pics I really dislike this habit of hanging one arm of your shades out of the pocket in some sort of pointless 'look at me I have shades' gesture. There should IMO be a simple form follows function of having shades easy to hand in a functional pocket where they are least likely to get mashed and even get a modicum of protection from your square, and good looking shades should be ready to recieve praise from your head not from your pocket. Just beware of hugging any fat lasses if you do this!

    I find putting it in front of the pocket square allows me to remove the shades from the pocket without overly disrupting the square. YMMV.
     


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