HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part III

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  1. Chico2007

    Chico2007 Senior member

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    I have to agree. I don't know what it is about you, TTO, but you somehow manage some very difficult-to-pull-off looks with aplomb.

    I concur. TTO becoming one of my favorites.
     


  2. Orgetorix

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    Trying to get the hang of the new iPhone camera.

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  3. spoozy

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    Cheers, bro.

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    I just can´t bring myself to love these raw silk ties. Great wheels, though!

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    Lovin´ it!

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    Great suit...no overly sold on the shirt, maybe a solid one or a slightly striped one might have worked better. Still very, very good (as expected and usuall.)

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    I prefer the darker jacket, lighter trou look. Great overcheak!

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    Nice db / shirt / tie combo.

    Traditional spring break:

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  4. MBreinin

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    Nice shoes Mike what maker?

    Wright Cordwainer.

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    Nice look, Spooz. I would wear this.

    Mike
     


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    The ticket pocket just shoots the suit up to a whole new level. Classic MB.
     


  6. MrDaniels

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    thanks sb. True it's more of just a standard ole look like today, but me and colour just don't get along very well [​IMG]


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    So, were you nice to Peggy today, or did you make her cry again?
     


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    Nice jacket. Can I ask you what kind of umbrella is that? I'd like to think it's a full length umbrella because it looks like it, but it appears to be short(I do not know the actual terminology for the two style).

    Umbrella is JCrew, a short one

    Sodden Ranger. Still lovin' that SC. Vox may be overdoing it at the gym, though.

    Me too, I'm down another 5 lbs...160 soaking wet.

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    Back a little wrinkly, but after a long walk with a heavy bag strapped over my back, thats what you get
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    Will get a cleaner back shot next time I wear.
     


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    So, were you nice to Peggy today, or did you make her cry again?

    I was so nice to her I made her weep [​IMG]
     


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    this is great NYR ... really great - who makes the shirt ... like the collar a lot.

    nice wheelz PG. Carmina is making a lot of noise!!
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    shirt/tie combo a little crazy for me ... but your swagger is undeniable ... CheckBeard!!
     


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    Is there a trick to get a long, slender knot like that? And is this a SF debut?
     


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    The ticket pocket just shoots the suit up to a whole new level. Classic MB.

    Thanks, Mr. D.

    Is there a trick to get a long, slender knot like that? And is this a SF debut?

    I would imagine if the tie is unlined, and you make the knot with a pretty wide portion of the tie, it will look like that. If that is a Panta, they are generally 9 feet long, so for someone of Rob's height, he would probably be using a pretty wide part of the tie to make the knot...I know I do with a Panta, or double wrap it.

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    Feeling spring-y!

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    I'm enjoying this PS made by another SFer [​IMG] Damn I need a pair of light brown, maybe cognac monks... Would be perfect for this outfit.
     


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    Here is what I wore to a big steeplechase in SC this weekend, I don't have pictures for the sake of fit but I assure you everything fits well.WARNING this isn't going to be everyones cup of tea

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    That belt is fresh as hell.
     


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    This is my favorite fit from you so far. I love the derby and even the specs as well. Awesome stuff Spoozy.
     


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