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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. Betelgeuse

    Betelgeuse Well-Known Member

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    i use this rule too.


    I would like to dress "meh" more frequently and look like this. [​IMG]

    You asians seem to "tragar años" (swalow years or something like that. Would never imagined you were 32.
     
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  2. in stitches

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    Funny, we're actually looking for someone with a strong banking background, MBA and CFA.
    I'll be doing the interview too so I'll just say hire this guy and we'll just talk about your WAYWRN.
     
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    My fiance's face look like she's still 18 but her body...
    ...I thank God everyday.
     
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  5. Betelgeuse

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  6. Betelgeuse

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    El Supremo being again, Supreme! [​IMG]
     
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    Thanks guys for thumbs. I am glad you like the look.
    @GMMcL Tie is from this year Drake's sale - £30.
     
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    Giving up a 48-yard TD on 4th and 8 with 38 sec remaining still stings, eh? :devil:
     
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    you talkin bout me?


    a dank!
     
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  11. Gianni Cerutti

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    Everything is great ... really ... I really like the pantlone. In fact, my pants are all like yours.
     
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    Grumble grumble...

    Thankfully my other favorite team is finally doing decent.

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    SC - Cornelianni

    Shirt - PSmith

    Tie - Tyler & Tyler

    PS - Altea

    Trousers - Universal Works

    Socks - Wolsey

    Shoes - C & J



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  14. ammanati

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    Thank you very much Gianni! I appreciate that.
    Btw. I love the photos of ties on your blog!
     
  15. jungleroller

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    Dat Pocket Square....Mmmmmm Everything looks good!
     
  16. TweedyProf

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    Agreed, well chosen square Stitch.
     
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    thanks, gents!
     
  18. Holdfast

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    Tie colour is good for that shirt/suit combo; just leery enough. However, it needs to have a pattern of some sort rather than be a solid. I have an orange Hermes with typically daft cartoon characters on it; would be ideal for a brash look like this one.


    Really great fit, esp. the suit. And I heartily agree with the Gin Fizz sentiment... though I generally find them more of a summer than winter drink (sloe gin fizz would be an exception though).

    Everything is really fantastic...

    ... until I scrolled down and saw the light-coloured shoes. I will never get the aesthetic appeal of a dark suit plus light shoes; for me, it causes the eye to jump from important face/tie area right down to shoes in a really harsh way, rather than being able to smoothly take in the whole outfit while still focusing attention on the face. Moreso IRL than in photos, too. With a casual outfit, there are a greater number of points of visual interest to move around on anyway, so light coloured shoes aren't a problem (or at least, less of a problem) and with a light suit, obviously they're fine... but with a dark suit, it just seems so harsh to me. I can just about understand Italians liking it, as the quality of their sunlight mellows the look out a bit, by altering the look of a dark suit a bit. But in more northern lands, especially in winter, with our different kind of sunlight... Oh well, each to their own, and I do accept that mine is a minority opinion on SF.
     
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  19. Scbrown

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    Todays fit, comment appreciated thanks all

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  20. Scbrown

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    I like the simplicity
     
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