HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part III

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  1. MrDaniels

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    I really like it...great mix of patterns. And still looks summery, without resorting to Full Frontal Seersucker.
     
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    The garment is not yet completely finished, the white thread holds the fabric, canvas and lining in place before it will be finally sewn together (and possibly adjusted after the fitting, if necessary).
     
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    Pandy - Sorry to hear that dude. Best of luck with the next gig - sommelier? :) Victor - You are my new idol :laugh: CN - Great fabric and nice monogram. Kevin - one of the best looks you have posted. Except for those apparent sideburns. :)
    They are amazing shoes. I have a secret project involving some skin coming up, so trying to clean out the zoo, as it seems.
     
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    Your English is perfectly adequate, Louis XIV; in fact, at worst, you could be accused of a slip of the pen! I was implying that a lot of wealthy Russians made their fortunes illicitly in the mayhem after the fall of Communism, but that jab was not at all personally directed at Viktor. For the record, V. is both very nice and has posted a tonne of brilliant fits.
     
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    I like this look, and I say no square. The more boring the jacket the more richard simmons you can get with the square. If the jacket makes the panties drop, no need to ruin your chances with a hanky.

     
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    That seems nicely done. The lining material ( the few it has) is ??
     
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    Thanks again!

    I want to say - that I still have a very, very far from the level of the style of many of the local members of the forum.

    The most important thing. A few years ago I started reading this forum and other forums and blogs, I wore a very, very mediocre.

    And thanks to you, gentlemen, looking at how cool you are doing this, I began to improve his understanding of style.

    Underpinned all these movies (mostly old) and books like Flancer, Nicholas Antongiavanni "The Suit", Bernhard Roetzel "Der Gentleman" and others.

    I still very much unclear and appears to still learn and learn, mostly from you, gentlemen.

    So do not need to praise me, because it's not worth it.

    I'm learning from you, and thank you for this!

    If you like something, then the credit for this much of it is yours!

    And then the reviews like "good" would be enough for me.

    A reference to the missteps and mistakes, and tips that you can change and improve - especially welcome! I would be extremely grateful for the constructive and adequate criticism.

    Thank you again for the lessons! I continue to be happy to learn from you! [​IMG]
     
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    love your photos VictorSF!
     
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    Louis XIV

    Thanks for the tip on the straps! This is very valuable.

    For jeans, jeans all have to sew and to order, because the difference between the waist and the amount of feet - is significant, moreover, my figure requires a short recovery in the rear center seam.

    In the locker room there are 3 pairs of jeans just bought at the store, but they had to redraw the tailor.
     
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    This may be one of the best jeans and tie fits I have ever seen. Details on the shoes?
     
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    Victor i dont know where you find the time for to make that mutch pictures :D. but most of them looks great.
     
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