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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. Orgetorix

    Orgetorix Senior member

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    ^sweet shoes orgetorix! are they Shell cordovan?
    No, just calf. I did buy them from an Ebay listing with blurry pics thinking they might be shell. I'm happy with them as they are, though.
    Bah! I can see why a Windsor would not work for your style and body type/ facial structure. But they are organic to MB!
    Crusty is right about Mike's spread collar today not working for him, and the Windsor doesn't work for the same reason. He doesn't need anything that emphasizes his wide, square face and thick neck, and that collar and that knot both do. (No offense to Mike intended, of course - he knows I think he's one of the best dressed guys here.)
     
  2. MrDaniels

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    Crusty is right about Mike's spread collar today not working for him, and the Windsor doesn't work for the same reason. He doesn't need anything that emphasizes his wide, square face and thick neck, and that collar and that knot both do.

    (No offense to Mike intended, of course - he knows I think he's one of the best dressed guys here.)


    Maybe he can try another Windsor Wednesday with a more moderate collar. Oh, the intrigue of SF!
     
  3. jaypee

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    I don't know what you are trying to say. Was this run through Google Translate? Here's a tip - jokes are usually only funny in their native language.

    'Get your hand off it' means take your hand off your package and stop being a tosser

    Here's a tip, stop brown nosing and appreciate a good look for what it is and quit trying to earn points by ass-kissing
     
  4. niidawg3

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    'Get your hand off it' means take your hand off your package and stop being a tosser

    Here's a tip, stop brown nosing and appreciate a good look for what it is and quit trying to earn points by ass-kissing


    calm down man.

    Big A has been here too long to brown nose anyone.
     
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    Stop posting.

    Don't worry, I get really into a hobby for a few weeks then I'm over it and I move on. [​IMG]
     
  6. SpooPoker

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

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    Don't worry, I get really into a hobby for a few weeks then I'm over it and I move on. [​IMG]

    Baby, you are a firework.
     
  7. wannabe

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    First post in Men's Clothing! [​IMG] INC sweater. White shirt. Maroon/black/gold/silver tie. Volcom slate-colored chino (restructured). Perry Ellis black wingtips. Pierre Cardin bag. Suggestions? Comments? [​IMG]
     
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    'Get your hand off it' means take your hand off your package and stop being a tosser

    Here's a tip, stop brown nosing and appreciate a good look for what it is and quit trying to earn points by ass-kissing


    You might not be aware that we in the US stopped keeping up with Aussie lingo in about 1991, thus explaining the box office failure of the third Crocodile Dundee movie, "Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles." Although we still hear the occasional "fair dinkum" at our luxurious and tasty Outback Steakhouse restaurants, and I personally enjoy the bone-rattling insanity of a little footy, Australia has faded from the American consciousness enough to basically no longer exist (except during the summer olympics, when we wonder how a nation of outcasts and criminals could produce such an improbably high number of successful athletes).

    Thus, I apologize for not recognizing your clever Aussie slang the first time. I'm still not sure what a tosser is, but if it's someone who masturbates, guilty as charged. My wife just had twins, and a man's got to live.

    As for my supposed brown-nosing, I just remembered that Phat Guido is Australian too! I might have offended him - oh no! I guess I'll have to double up on the ass kissing, or buy him a schooner of grog next time I see him so he won't spit the dummy
     
  9. SpooPoker

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    I guess I'll have to double up on the ass kissing, or buy him a schooner of grog next time I see him so he won't spit the dummy

    Might want to make that a Horlicks.
     
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    Mike and Spoo killing.
     
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    :: duh da da da :: This is the Plaintiff, Luftvier. He just got back from a client's case in the People's Court in NYC. The Honorable Marilyn Milian granted a judgment in favor of his client. His episode air date is yet unknown.
    Luftvier Plaintiff Helped get a judgment in favor of his client today on national TV. Will advice SF pals of TV airing date.​
    Mystery stain on dressing room mirror. [​IMG] In the makeup chair. [​IMG] Waiting… [​IMG] Red socks. [​IMG] Classy greenroom, complete with snacks and lukewarm soda. [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    Like the pockets.
     
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    ^ Best WAYWRN post in months. Luftvier that is.
     
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    I wanted to get more shots, but they had a strict no cell phones rule on the set.

    FWIW, Judge Milian is a babe IRL...

    And she complemented my legal letter drafting, so that's a feather in my hat.

    I can see it now on my website: "As Seen on TV!"
     
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    SpooPoker Internet Bigtimer and Most Popular Man on Campus Dubiously Honored Affiliate Vendor

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    I wanted to get more shots, but they had a strict no cell phones rule on the set.

    FWIW, Judge Milian is a babe IRL...

    And she complemented my legal letter drafting, so that's a feather in my hat.

    I can see it now on my website: "As Seen on TV!"


    You better get rid of that scary dude avatar and make a screenshot of you at the stand your av!
     
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    What you do with colors is unbelievable[​IMG]
     
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    Really liking the brass buttons with the yellow tie. Jury's still out of the white socks though. Wish I could see them in context. Not overly found of the lumberjacky shirt, but you've used it really well, and really, I don't expect to have the same personal tastes.

    On another note, I'd love to see a picture of your closet. I'm imagining that scene from the matrix where they're picking out their guns.
     
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    O/O, you would have been better served with a plain yellow wool knit tie for this fit, IMHO - with the dark plaid shirt, you seemed to be looking for a countrified look. Even Buddha has his off days . . .

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    The best of many bad pics. [​IMG] desu
     
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