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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. Holdfast

    Holdfast Senior member

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    Today's tie will not be popular... [​IMG]


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  2. contactme_11

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    I like the tie.
     
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    I don't see any shirt cuffs, Mr. Wang. Other than that, splendid.



    I think this jacket flares out too much at the hips. Could just be the poses, though.



    You are correct, sir. :nodding:
     
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    well done
     
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    i like this. not a fan of the cuff monogramme, though.

    is the jacket a vintage piece?
     
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    You're a fan of the ventless look too? Welcome to the club, I thought it was just me and CG. Give it a few more years for the wheels to turn and we will be 'fashion forward' once again!
     
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    To my eye, this adds to the sportsman's look, which is a good thing.
     
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    Anxiously awaiting that day - nothing is more dashing than ventless. Accentuates the V shape from shoulder down that makes a guy look like a guy.

    Hope they come back soon - as I'm not a MTM customer yet and would love to find more ventless OTR.

    Yes - they are a bit snug for sitting - but just unbutton when you sit and it's all good!
     
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    Nii and Matt fit battle? :lol:

    Chill, biscuits. I keed.
     
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    The stamp is at home, but this would earn it. Well played. Making me randy.
     
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    I tried using the thumb button, but messed up my witty comment.

    HF, you're right. That tie! my eyes! But, I always love that blazer. The combination of the white buttons and having only two is exerent.
     
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    Oh, is that like "Is that a ram in your pocket, or do you just like my fit?"
     
  14. fritzl

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    it's about the fit. i have a hollow back, so ventless is flattering for my build. no miracle included.

    actually, you see a lot of examples, where people with a hollow back wear double vents and they gape. also on bespoke numbers. each to his own, imo.
     
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    What do you mean by "hollow back"?
     
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    Holla back
     
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    Thanks!

    The jacket is not a vintage but "a cheap piece", bought it from zara. :)
     
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    How and humid Monday. Sleeves need lengthening.
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    Then Zara is obviously worth checking out. Also, quite OT, but anyways: Going to Copenhagen tomorrow, so if anyone's got tips on places worth shopping I'm greatful for all PM's.
     
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    How the hell are you functioning today? I broke a sweat walking to my car from my house, which was about 8 steps from my door to my driveway...
     
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