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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. Cotton Dockers

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    I like this, JD, but it looks like the points of the collar are turning inward. Maybe longer stays?

    Nice, SeaJen. Love me some moleskins.

    Thanks for the thumbs yesterday. I agree with the comments on the skirting issue, I think it is a combo of three things: 1) need to drop a few LBs, 2) slightly upward slanting camera angle; and 3) working on getting a better understanding of what cuts work for me. Appreciate the thoughts.

    Trying out some new J.Press Flannels today, having some collar problems of my own:

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    Belvest
    Barba
    Vintage Madder
    Vintage
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    AE
     
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  2. SeaJen

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    Cheers, mate, look forward to seeing it.

    Thanks, CD. That Belvest is stunning. NSuited?
     
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    CD, what a stunning jacket. I am green with envy which is thematically appropriate here.
     
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    Nice work Sug, luvin that tie too
     
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    Amazing suit fabric...are you taking credit for it?
     
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    Oops.
     
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    I'm not sure what you mean about taking credit for it.
     
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    The jacket worn solo is a little loose. I think I misjudged how much bulk the sweater (which, if I'm honest, is less fitted than I'd prefer, but it took me nearly 6 months of dedicated thrifting to find a light gray cashmere, so this will have to do) would add.

    Nope. Just the pocket square. I literally emptied EVERY pocket before the shot.

    The things I do for yous guize.

    edit: oh, yeah, SeaJen was right: shooz are Magnani, not Meermin.
     
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    Dang, Crusty. [​IMG]
     
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    Here goes my first post:

    Great look. We just got another blast down here in NOLA and I had to do a little layering myself. Where are the moleskin pants from? I can't seem to find a good pair.

    Thomas
     
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    this.

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    cotton dockers, really solid stuff from you.

    you too, SB.
     
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    You wear BB as well as anyone I've ever seen. They should pay you for posting. Really.

    Cheers,

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    Thanks! And yes, it is from nSuited. Bought it during their Black Friday sale.

    SB - that suit looks great on you!
     
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    Did you weave it yourself? :satisfied:
     
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    I like this, JD, but it looks like the points of the collar are turning inward. Maybe longer stays?


    Thanks, I'll do that.
     
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