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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. preposterous

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  2. PhiloVance

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    I was working on a goofy post for my blog that was going to be a send-up of the men's ex features that always show some awesome looking shoe connesseur surrounded by his jaw-dropping collection of high-end shoes. . . I had actually put together a table with some of my vintage EGs (all 25 years and older but really looking good for their age) but I could not fit them all on the table. . .

    Anyway, I've been losing weight recently so I've been digging through the closet for some suits that might fit my new smaller frame - way in the back was this doublebreasted dunhill suit made by zegna, I think. Can't tell from the pics, but its a light brown glen plaid with a baby blue window pane - - a seriously bad-ass pattern, not business conservative by any means but I think it looks good, it was just cut super slim and I couldnt get in it - about 25 pounds later, I'm in it but probably need to lose another 2-3 pounds for it to be just right.

    I actually don't like the fit of the jacket - I think the chest needs to be taken out (I'm pretty sure it was let out before too), and I think the coat is too long . . . I'll re-post and actually stand up straight when I've had a chance to alter the jacket . . .

    Anyway, not sure how detailed the pic is, but Dunhill DB, MTO Charvet dress shirt with single french cuff, Borelli 7-fold tie, dunhill cufflinks, EG Falkirks.

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  3. Pieceofsand

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    I only want to see photos of Victor :embar:
     
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    A breath of fresh air. Thanks Rob, and happy beed.
     
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    Looking good, Rob.


    LOL. Good Dog to you, Spoo!!!

    Car is a Buick, Spoo. It is a '59 (or a '60).

    Mike
     
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    How are you??? I'm sthuuuper!!! :)

    Mike
     
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    Ive seen so many fake characters on different boards/forums and Victor fits the profile to a T. Let's just hope I'm wrong this time, cuz I'd love being him.

    Rob, I'll be 38 in September. I wish I had a deck and a pool to make the dive, lol!!!
     
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    By cufflinks. Dragonflies in the photo with the car - it's Dunhill.

    The car - a fully restored vintage car. Belongs to my tailor. He restored it in a few years (with a few technicians).

    This car is involved in the rally retro.

    As for the son of a tailor, Gregory, who makes many of the pictures - we're friends, we go to a club. I also talk to his wife and his children.
    A wonderful person and very cheerful.


    PhiloVance

    All very cool! Gorgeous and tiny image. Shoes - fantastic!



    NewYorkRanger

    Glad to see you. Has also long been following your photos. I like them!

    Cool shoes, it's Alden?




    To all: Please do not pay much attention to me and epithets. I'm porsto you all and thank you for this! [​IMG]

    I look forward to new photos from all participants. It is very interesting to watch and read you. And keep learning. [​IMG]

    Thank you!
     
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    Keep up the great looks gentlemen. Learning a lot.
     
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  12. calisanfran

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    Checked the WAYWRN thread after a week or so and I am left speechless. Victor.:slayer:
     
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    VictorSF: You've brought this thread back to life...

    As many have said, your pictures are great and I like your style (and I also envy your wardrobe... :))!!

    But most of all I like your positive attitude, keep posting!! :slayer:
     
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    Hmmm. Is the reason for your caution really that you're older, Rob, or could it be that you've got kids to think about now? Cut yourself some slack, man. :)


    -1 :butbut: Might as well dive off the deck after all.
     
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    I had a few "multi-quotes" cued up.. Then WTF.. Anyway old news.

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    Want details - you know where.​
     
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    Very cool!

    Tell me please - who's your tailor
     
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    ^ Shit, I like that bag.

    Victor, PG's tailor is Patrick Johnson, you can read about it in his blog, located in his signature.
     
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