HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part III

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  1. deandbn

    deandbn Senior member

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    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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    I really like your outfit Mister and yes the button down collar looks great too. Nothing wrong with a bit of fashion sometimes!!
     
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    Mormon missionaries tried to convert me, then I got stuck next to a compost heap where I found out that it will rain until dark, so I took my chances and rode home. Then it got sunny. [​IMG]
     
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    Looks great Mr. P.

    +1 (I don't know how you guys tie your ties like that!)
     
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    It is just a four in hand, but looped around twice.
     
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    I say stick to your guns, Spoo.
    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.
    Twice today I agree exactly with you. The subtle differences in shades between spoo's and oldog's outfits makes all the difference.
     
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    It is just a four in hand, but looped around twice.
    Yes, and the dimple requires some fiddling on some ties.
     
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    Day out at Ascot on Tuesday. Picked the right day weather-wise [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    Thanks for all the kind comments. Popped collar accidental sprez. Shaved head intentionally blanc. New Nikon 50mm, 1.8. Crazy narrow DOF hence fog. Today's fit NYR-inspired [​IMG] [​IMG] Getting better [​IMG] Ahh... [​IMG] BB, HY, C&J, JLC
     
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    No buzz kill but for those who asked....

    http://www.wate.com/story/14900808/b...h-leukemia?amp

    Some diseases simply....suck.

    For those who have not considered adding their DNA to the bone marrow registry....

    It's a simple swap from the inner cheek and if by some small chance you are a match for another YOU may be their CURE.

    And, yes I'm adding my spit to the database on Saturday.
     
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    Day out at Ascot on Tuesday. Picked the right day weather-wise [​IMG]

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    Very nice outfit, but does that qualify as Ascot Wear nowadays (please educate this ignoranat Yank)
     
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    No buzz kill but for those who asked....

    http://www.wate.com/story/14900808/b...h-leukemia?amp

    Some diseases simply....suck.

    For those who have not considered adding their DNA to the bone marrow registry....

    It's a simple swap from the inner cheek and if by some small chance you are a match for another YOU may be their CURE.

    And, yes I'm adding my spit to the database on Saturday.

    So, did you shave your head for a charity thing or is it in solidarity?
     
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    Very nice outfit, but does that qualify as Ascot Wear nowadays (please educate this ignoranat Yank)

    It does for the hoi polloi [​IMG] No royal enclosure for me. I was wheeled out for a work function that day.
     
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    Day out at Ascot on Tuesday. Picked the right day weather-wise [​IMG]

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    Very nice suit, details? loving the waistcoat don't see too many 3 pieces round here. Also pleasee get your site up and running again I want to check if you've got any new stock.

    Cheers Nick
     
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    Brioni blazer
    Brioni pocket-square
    Lorenzini shirt
    Brioni pant
    Brioni belt
    Brioni socks
    BB balmorals
    Creed cologne
    Tiffany watch
     
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