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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. Tibor

    Tibor Senior member

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    Hahahaha
     
  2. Holdfast

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    Thumbed this for the top-half close up, before opening the spoilers & seeing the trousers. Not a fan of them in this context TBH.

    Just 1930s white guys in suits keeping the black guy down. [​IMG]

    (just kidding around fellas, no offense meant!)



    From a relatively warm sunny cotton-wearing day yesterday to rainy overcast tweedy weather today:

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    Today is my wife's 25th birthday so we're having all three meals together. Dinner will be at a nice restaurant.
    I told her that I will dress however she wants me to since it's her b-day and she picked out everything. Nothing fancy.
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    @Rudals, that is some fine husbanding.
     
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    Wow, I got a thumbs up from pB.
    That might be the first but I will take it from one of the harshest/best critics. [​IMG]
     
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    You keep insisting that you aren't weird IRL. I don't believe you.
     
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    Wife made me do it!
     
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    i said that was goal, if not necessarily the outcome.
     
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    I bet he's awesome!
     
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    Thanks! I knew it was pushing the envelope in a couple of ways. I'm in a mood to stay on the margin of my comfort zone for a while.


    Um, maybe.

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    Don't blame me, blame Thom Browne.
     
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    Contrast collar with SC is a bold move, G. :embar:
    B-boy. Duh.
     
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    New shirt incorporating a taller collar band per @Manton's suggestion.

    Oh, and I'll play the Clags game today. SF family:

    Shirt: Luxire
    Tie: Panta
     
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    lol. well, id never try it, but you seem to be doing ok with it.
     
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    Extremely nice. I would have perhaps gone for more "drama" in the drop, but the jacket is by no means boxy. Patterns all look pretty sublime. Anyways, pretty hard to hate on brown suede double monks ;)
     
  16. Tibor

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    Exactly.
     
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    And he's got his water just in case he gets thirsty. :nodding:
    So that's not you with the Yakuza back piece? :happy:
     
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    This fit is really well done. Can someone tell me what I am missing or it's all due to the contrast collar (those are bad but)? #genuinelyconfused
     
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    It just seems like a lot of great pieces fighting each other rather than harmonizing (I mean, five patterns and at least as many colors...what could possibly go wrong?).

    A Solid tie, solid socks, and darkly grounded square might perhaps work better with the boldness in pattern and color of the SC and shirt?

    Fantastic SC, though...
     
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