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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. JapanAlex01

    JapanAlex01 Senior member

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    Wow, you look much better with a beard! No Homo!
     


  2. Philip1978

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    Flock U indeed. [​IMG]
     


  3. Holdfast

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    Spookster,175 lb looks a lot better,it is too big for you now.

    Yup.

    No decent full length shot for me today.

    Fabric is lush.

    Long time ladies. Last Sunday. Red appears to be popular.
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    And yes the new 'do is for a good cause. She's 10.


    Good luck to her. You're looking sharp; bald isn't for everyone, but it actually suits you OK.

    Was this blue jacket green tie week?

    HOLDFAST calling HOLDFAST for a fit of the weeeeeeek [​IMG]

    Me, macaroni, banis, and I think 2 more did it...


    It won't even be close.


    Yeah, no dice. Too gimmicky and too obvious a winner (sorry to the rest).

    Do I get a pass on the button-down collar since I'm American?

    Yes, but only because you're American AND because you did the damn buttons up.





    Had to pop into work for an hour, but couldn't be bothered to dress up, so...

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  4. luftvier

    luftvier Senior member

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    I say stick to your guns, Spoo.

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    I think this works, %, for a few reasons.

    One, we have a check (gingham?) tie on a check shirt. Two, the lighter grey works better with the pinks/reds, as the contrast isn't as stark. Finally, %'s ps is more burgundy than orangey-red.

    Spoo's outfit is too high contrast, IMO, whereas yours is more muted.
     


  5. D Yizz

    D Yizz Senior member

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    I'm not usually a fan of BDs with suits, but in this case it looks very good. Of course, the size of the collar and proportionate knot have everything to do w it.

    I say stick to your guns, Spoo.

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    While very similar, your burgundy ps ties the combination in a much nicer way that Spoo's. He mentioned that it is red instead of orange and IRL it may look less garish, but at least the way it is pictured in my monitor, your combination looks soothing, while Spoo's appears shocking.

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    Lovely casual outfit! As many have already said, you look a lot better in slimmer clothes.
     


  6. oldog/oldtrix

    oldog/oldtrix Senior member

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    Had to pop into work for an hour, but couldn't be bothered to dress up, so...

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    Still a bit formal. How about this?

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  7. JayJay

    JayJay Senior member

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    And yes the new 'do is for a good cause. She's 10.
    All the very best to her.
     


  8. JayJay

    JayJay Senior member

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    In all seriousness, it seems to me that SF is swaying back from tight clothing and into baggier fits. "that looks comfy" as a comment is gaining popularity, it seems. We'll see in 2 months, I guess.
    I've moved in this direction with pants in particular.
     




  9. sugarbutch

    sugarbutch Bearded Prick Dubiously Honored

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    Others have hit the nail on the head. Burgundy and pink work better than red and pink. Given the rest of this fit, I would have either done a burgundy PS (I'm sure you can find one in your PS closet...) or a white shirt. o/o demonstrates:

    I say stick to your guns, Spoo.

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    Joinining the navy/green parade. Wish the tie were a shade or two darker.

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    This looks great, Lufty. I really need to find a DB...


    Flock U
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    I'll second the comment above about looking comfortable in your clothes. Good stuff, as usual.

    Do I get a pass on the button-down collar since I'm American? (Really want my new shirt to get finished [​IMG])
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    We'll take it under advisement.

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    Nice casual look, doc.
     


  10. Kappelan

    Kappelan Senior member

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    Nice casual look, doc.
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    Long time ladies. Last Sunday. Red appears to be popular.

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    Loving the trouser, blazer contrast keep it up

    Do I get a pass on the button-down collar since I'm American? (Really want my new shirt to get finished [​IMG])
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    The pattern on this suit is great, where's it from?

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    Really like the colour of the suit, the lapels are perfect in my eyes and the accesories add to the outfit in just the right way


    Cheers Nick
     


  12. philosophe

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    Lufty, that DB you posted a few pages back looked good on you. As always, I prefer your trimmer fits.

    Spoo, Mike is right about the red/burgundy/pink problem.

    North Americans, are we all feeling sympathetic to looser fits now that we're shvitzing in summer, or is it just that we're all a bit tired of watching what we eat?
     


  13. gnatty8

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    This is a very well executed casual fit KtG, well done. Side benefit of the new look is no more helmet head, I might join you in the ranks of the shorn, but thinking of leaving about 1/4" to 1/2"

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    I liked the pattern and cloth on this suit first time I saw it, but I just noticed the leg looks a little fuller than I remember, but I like that also, even though I normally don't like a fuller fit. Terrific stuff!
     


  14. aeglus

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    The pattern on this suit is great, where's it from?

    Scabal Mohair blend. Wish I didn't grow so much since I had it made since it's definitely slightly small on me. Still has my favorite fabric out of all my suits/jackets.
     


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