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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. E TF

    E TF Senior Member

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    Victor, I have also been enjoying your posts. That grey sports coat is especially lovely - would you share details of the cloth?
     


  2. Holdfast

    Holdfast Stylish Dinosaur

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    Very pretty colours/patterns; I like.

    I must admit that I'd prefer the suit with flapped pockets instead of patches though. That's one (presumably?) Italian influence I just don't get. Patches are a rustic sort of detail to my mind. Even though that suit isn't super-formal by any stretch of the imagination, it still feels to me that it's formal enough to take flaps instead. *shrug*










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  3. kgmessier

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    Point well taken. I do like that tie.
     


  4. VictorSF

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    To all: Thank you for your understanding, patience and support! My respect for you, gentlemen!



    Phat Guido

    A stunning set today, I really like it!
     


  5. SpooPoker

    SpooPoker Internet Bigtimer and Most Popular Man on Campus Dubiously Honored Affiliate Vendor

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    Nice tie, Holdfast. *shakes fist*
    Also glad to see you got the croc shoe memo today.
     
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    No hate from me. I love the pattern and fabric.


    Are you wishing for winter again, Spoo? All week with the winter colors.

    Mike
     


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    Like the shirt/tie and the colors but not a fan of the suit.

    - Fit is off - lapels bowing/lifting off from chest is a RTW feature. Something about the shoulders is unflattering but I can't pinpoint it.

    - Fabric looks like a lightweight flannel, which is my least favorite cloth. Does not have the body/drape of a solid worsted, nor does it have the rich plushness of a good flannel. Instead it looks flimsy and gauzy.

    - The patch breast pocket and the curvy hip patch pockets are distractingly casual. I like patch pockets on suits but the effect should be more subtle.
     


  8. VictorSF

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    Thank you!

    This jacket was sewn from fabric mixtures of Holland & Sherry: wool S-130 25% + silk 40% + linen 35%.

    Weight of the fabric 230g.m.

    Article: 479 309.


    Lining a jacket part, only on the front shelves, sleeves m top back.

    Lining Sleeveless cuprates, the rest of the lining silk.

    Buttons made of bone.


     


  9. VictorSF

    VictorSF Senior Member

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    I wish you all - good weekend!
     


  10. kgmessier

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    ^ Magnificent, Victor! Are these all pieces you personally own, or are you modeling them for fashion spreads? You have such a vast collection.
     


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    Victor it's really outstanding. Can you share the cam name and model on which you use?
     
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    kgmessier, Thank you!

    This is my wardrobe. In fact, it is not very large.

    I leave only a certain number of prophetic in the locker room, and sewing or buying new things - old seeding.

    I also do audits every year, and then that a year has never dressed - get rid of them.

    This helps save space in the closet.

    In the rotation is usually about:

    50 jackets (including suit couples)
    15 vests,
    50-60 pairs of pants,
    About 100 pairs of shoes
    60-70 shirts,
    100 ties,
    the same sock and breast pocket handkerchiefs,
    20-30 cufflinks,
    about 60 belts and suspenders
    20-25 coats and cloaks,

    Very fond of hats and scarves, these pieces of 50 items each. :)

    Well, briefcases, handbags - 20 pieces is enough.


    I try to stick to that amount.
    And get rid of excess.

    As a result, wardrobe quite compact, but everything you need in it.
     


  13. bourbonbasted

    bourbonbasted Cyber Eliitist

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    I was just thinking that. If they are all yours you should post a pic of your closet. Place has to be nuts. EDIT: "About 100 pairs of shoes". Now I definitely need to see the closet.
     
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    Thank you!

    House to quickly take off on a simple Canon.

    A more extensive photo sessions take off my friends, whom I called in every day.

    They shot on Canon 5D in general, sometimes on Canon 50D, 5D when it is not at hand.
     


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    I have a small dressing room, it is more convenient than a wardrobe. [​IMG]

    A part of the seasonal things (in Russia strong differences of climate in the year) is stored in another apartment. Translate them as needed and seasonally.
     


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