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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. Philip1978

    Philip1978 Senior member

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    Looks like my watch caught my one sleeve.

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    Wow, it seems like you are in a totally different league. [​IMG] I like this navy+white combination. But your tie looks a little heavy on your casual look. What about burgundy or green regimental tie? The jacket is getting tight. I need to go to gym tonight! [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
    A bit tight, but overall wearable. You have very good posts! A pleasure to look at.
    Suit: Zaremba Bespoke Shirt: Zaremba Bespoke tie: Sam Hober This is my new summer suit inspired by the Naples style that I adore. I would like to know your opinion. [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG][/SPOILER]
    Awesome!
    I don't think the PS or the belt are good choices with this otherwise fine combo.
    +1 to that. I noticed it too. Nonetheless, you're looking very nice lately, Navi.
    [​IMG] You're not the only one with a logo now, mister. [​IMG]
    Bored teachers over summer break + pirated version of Photoshop CS2 = [​IMG]
    Looks like my watch caught my one sleeve. [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
    Why not wear this suit with the top button undone? I think it'd look better. The shoes are dope!!! Very nice fit.
     
  3. JapanAlex01

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    Why not wear this suit with the top button undone? I think it'd look better. The shoes are dope!!! Very nice fit.

    It is, isn't it? Agreed, the shoes are fly-ass, pimp! The suit really fits your proportions! (No homo.)
     
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    Cuffs appear too large for my taste--could be the angle of the photo--but those shoes are lovely.
     
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    Philip, you kind of like Tim Tebow !
     
  6. Philip1978

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    Why not wear this suit with the top button undone? I think it'd look better. The shoes are dope!!! Very nice fit.

    It is undone. [​IMG]

    Cuffs appear too large for my taste--could be the angle of the photo--but those shoes are lovely.

    2" (Like all my suits, go big or go home)


    Philip, you kind of like Tim Tebow !

    I am the size of a football player. [​IMG]
     
  7. Philip1978

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    ^^^ Everything needs to go down 1 or 2 sizes. ^^^
     
  8. Learn-O-Rama

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    Suit is 2 sizes too big for you. Shirt does not go with a suit. And, uh, tucking in a dress shirt worn with a suit will get you extra points.


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    ^^^ Everything needs to go down 1 or 2 sizes. ^^^

    +1

    You're feeding the troll.
     
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    [​IMG]

    Now THAT is "Macho Pink" if I've ever seen it!
     
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    Looks like someone spilled Art Room all over Math Class.
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    Whereja get dem chooz, Philip? Noice.

    Bored teachers over summer break + pirated version of Photoshop CS2 = [​IMG]
    It's Home Edition 4.0, my good man. It came with the computer. [​IMG]
     
  12. kgmessier

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    first post, be nice guys

    Your best fit so far.
     
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    first post, be nice guys [​IMG]
    Never untucken your shirt in a suit. And what other people has said, it need to be 2 sizes smaller. Also avoid colours like 'black' when you wearing a shirt with a suit.
    Suit: Zaremba Bespoke Shirt: Zaremba Bespoke tie: Sam Hober This is my new summer suit inspired by the Naples style that I adore. I would like to know your opinion. [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
    Excellent, nice summer colours.
     
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    Another day, another emergency hearing, another round of shit photos.
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    Another day, another emergency hearing, another round of shit photos.
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    Are you wearing a shirt with short sleeves?
     
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    Are you wearing a shirt with short sleeves?

    No. A shirt with too-short sleeves.
     
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    Another day, another emergency hearing, another round of shit photos. [​IMG] [​IMG][​IMG]
    I like it, Lufty. I'll give you the obligatory "I'd like it more with cuffs" that you're surely expecting, but you look good, counselor. Suit is by...?
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    +1
     
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    The girl and the cake both look sweet. No hetero.

    Thank you. I'm sure gf would be flattered.....non-hetero or breeder alike.

    Was this a proper white tie ensemble, or just costume? If it is the real deal, is it possible to post a well-lit robot pose so we can see details?

    Not a costume. It's the real deal....100% wool, full dress, peaked-lapels, w/ tails. The pictures were taken by other people in the evening and so I had no control over the lighting or how they would come out. The tuxedo was obviously not the photographer's main focus, and I was usually in motion when photos were shot....so no robot poses available....appologies. It does fit rather well though, as I was able to dance in it quite comfortably for two nights this year and last year as well.


    I'm fascinated by white tie but cannot possibly think of anywhere to wear it except on Halloween. Maybe there are some embassadors and nobility on here who could befriend me [​IMG]

    The event I attended had a dress code that required formal evening dress (tuxedos for the men) w/ mask at bare minimum for entrance. A black suit worn properly could work, but anything less would get you turned away at the door with tickets in hand. It was a masquerade ball and considering some of the wild and elaborate costumes many people showed up in, I definitely did not feel over dressed.

    I don't see a problem with wearing a full-dress tuxedo w/ tail coat for Halloween as long as you're planning on dressing up as the Penguin from Batman.
     
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