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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. gnatty8

    gnatty8 Senior member

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    Why on earth would you even post this fit here? I am assuming it was an attempt at sarcasm..
    I like most of the stuff you post Victor but the fit of these jeans is pretty bad.. Are they bootcut fit or something?
     
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    What are you going for? If this is for business, you are in serious trouble. If you are doing a hipster Suit and Tie Parody it could be workable, though the shirt is definitely not designed for use with a suit and tie and I really don't like the tie at all. But if you want to walk around with an F-U, This Is How I Rock a Suit attitude, then more power to you.
     
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    imo, they are just a tad long. probably, before the first time washing them. sheeez, i forgot that jeans are not washed anymore...
     
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    Just throw it away.
     
  6. Texmo

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    interesting feedback. thanks ya'll
     
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    Just a guess but it looks to be RL judging by the color, fit and suede accents. I have one very similar, though mine is a bit shorter and has a zip front.
     
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  8. VictorSF

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    Thank you all!

    forex

    This R.L.


    fritzl

    Thank you! You unthinkable clever! [​IMG]

    SpooPoker

    Wow!

    Particularly impressed with cufflinks. Who the manufacturer? Thank you!


    gnatty8

    Sorry, but you through an interpreter could not understand ...

    If you're talking about landing jeans - they sit at the waist. If the length of jeans, the jeans have not yet shrinkage and generally I like to wear jeans in turning, so I ask the tailor to sew a little longer. [​IMG]
     
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  9. Pieceofsand

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    That is a cool jacket Victor.
     
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    Thanks for the adapted translation!


    On jeans - I have inflated the hip, and if you make jeans tight at the bottom, it will be like a turkey leg :)

    I love jeans wide 22,5-23 see such and sew. There are 2 pairs of jeans a width of 21-22 cm wear them rarely and reluctantly...
     
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    +1 For bucking trends (skinny ankled jeans) and doing what fits your body type! I also wonder how appropriate skinny jeans with a rolled up cuff are in a climate such as Moscow - certainly not in Fall/Winter/Spring. Victor - do you see lot's of skinny jeans in Moscow? Other than on the women?
     
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    In Moscow, many people wear skinny jeans.

    I have nothing against narrow jeans in slim and not too high people.

    But unfortunately people in Moscow are very fond of follow fashion trends, and few think that it is no suitable for every body type.

    When the burly fellow Height 190 cm and weighing under 120 kg of clothes skinny jeans - it looks weird.


    Same with wide trousers.
    Depending of type of growth, from the complexion of the magnitude of the foot and the main thing!! - The ratio of leg length to the length of the body - one and same pants, with the same width - will look quite differently on different people!
    On someone great, but for whom it terribly.

    I encourage people to think first of all proportions and of the fact that every body type and growth, requires a cut, its fit, color and style.

    But, unfortunately - most people just copy what you like on someone, and do not think that we are all different.


    After all, what one looks great - at the other is just ridiculous ...

    Alas - a fashion blind people ...
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  14. gnatty8

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    There's a whole lotta grey between skinny and bootcut...
     
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    i love that suit :drool:
     
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    There is a removable fur collar for a coat, but rarely wear them, just in the cold.

    My wife wears a fur coat. It is normal for a woman.

    And when a man wears a lot of expensive clothing of fur and a lot of their exotic leather products almost every day - it is in my opinion is vulgar.

    People are trying so show off your wealth, but it looks like a funny, or makes a person look like a pimp from Harlem.

    I'm not against fur collars but only in the bitter cold!

    I do not mind shoes and briefcases of a crocodile, but not on every day, and not for formal occasions, but only to rest and then - sometimes.

    For example crocodile - great for walks in the woods as it sound - that's what I like and approve of, but on the street with a business suit - it is disonans.

    Sorry, it's just my opinion.
     
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    Gloriously and unabashedly OTT Wednesday. I ended up with this orange and pink Talbott tie from a Brooks tie lot I bought from eBay, and I have no idea what one should wear it with. Here's a go. It's likely to never be worn by me again. Shirt's a blue POW with a pink overcheck.
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    Victor are you a professional athlete?
     
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