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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. inlandisland

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    I like this. Can you tell me more about the tie? Wool? How would you describe the knit - it's much less textured than most of the knit, square-end ties I see.
     
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    Nononononono.... NOT feeling that knot. Maybe try a half windsor wednesday, but that knot just ruins the look for me. I really like that suit though, self-stripes? All the pieces are nice, but the knot brought it down 5 points. [​IMG]

    Like I said Windsor by request from Mr. Daniels. It is a Half Windsor. I think for a collar with this much spread, it is fine. I tied it tight and the knot is not huge.

    Mike
     
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    I am intrigued, and look forward to more interesting fits in future.

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    Yup, back on form. Very nice.

    Honestly, if I could afford it I'd copy everything about Stilmacher's look, from the Corthay shoes to the lifestyle shots of me riding through the mountains in first class on the SBB.

    [​IMG] Amen.

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    That looks an interesting suit; what fabric/colours? I can't quite make it out on my screen.

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    You both look happy & relaxed. Nice photo.






    New square's first outing, courtesy RJman:

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    Love the windowpane.
     
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    The new one from English Cut?
     
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    Damn: I need to buy one of your Kiton shirts. Styleforum is driving me into bankrupcy.
     
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    The new one from English Cut?

    Yep
     
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    Just needs Chelsea boots and a BD collar ...
     
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    It needs some work as it is just the first fitting but he got the pants dead nut! I could use some help with the tie
     
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    What do you guys think? Posted via Tapatalk.
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    What do you guys think?

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    it appears to be a toilet. on what exactly are u sitting?
     
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    Crossing stripes
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    * I had a whole lot of "multi-quotes" to answer tonight, but I'm tired & need my Horlicks


    Very nice, as usual, but I would have gone for a subtler tie as I find this overpowering.
     
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    it appears to be a toilet. on what exactly are u sitting?

    The open door is the best part, lending an exciting air of danger to the proceedings.
     
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    One of the first looks I've liked in this thread. Simple, simple, simple. Pants getting dangerously short though.​
     
  18. Edgar Allan Pwn

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    One of the first looks I've liked in this thread. Simple, simple, simple. Pants getting dangerously short though.

    Stop posting.
     
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    One of the first looks I've liked in this thread. Simple, simple, simple. Pants getting dangerously short though.

    Gee, tough crowd. [​IMG]
     
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    [​IMG] ^ edit: that was for Doc's comment.
     
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