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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. VictorSF

    VictorSF Senior member

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    Thanks for the tip!

    But everything is much simpler:

    Because of their poverty, I can not afford a decent watch. But the moral is getting ready for this. [​IMG]

    Therefore, on the left sleeve, I always unbutton. I train in advance. [​IMG]

    As soon as the victory of their poverty - buy watches, and the experience of undoing the buttons on her sleeve - will have. It is convenient to wear watches.

    Oh, this is my poverty ... [​IMG]


    All this - a little joke, but a bit true. [​IMG]
     


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    Very cool! Every thing - very beautiful! And all these things together - very good for you!
     


  3. hellodocks

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    Crossposting from Rock Your Socks but adding the outfit ...
    Fashion's Night Out. Terrible lighting in my room, apologize for the quality there, then a brief iPhone pic while waiting for a cab.

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    Worn with a white spread collar shirt and belt which I got in Firenze that matches the shoes admirably.
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    What is your standard tailoring regimen when buying OTR (or does Mr. Ford make his suits specific to your body type?) Anything specific?
     


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    Agree with all this. Diggsy if you're looking in you may remember I hurled a few barbs your way when you joined but you took it all in the joshing spirit it was Intended and while I don't take any credit for your improvement as that's a result of your desire and application, you have made giant strides which is great to see.
     


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    [​IMG]
    -TTO
     


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    Clive Christian 1872 is teh actual secks - my ex didn't like doing the deed unless I had it on. I actually don't like the way it smells; I hope that's not why we broke up :crackup:
     


  8. DerekS

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    YES! I had forgotten about clive christian! great stuff. I thought i was the coolest kid on the block when i wore that in college.
     


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    this is the ducks nuts TTO. fuckin dig it! However, I dont like the shoes. I wouldve preferred some brown calf
     


  10. sugarbutch

    sugarbutch Bearded Prick Dubiously Honored

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    You're really asserting that those pants are "normal" length? They're stacked like jeans, man! Also, sometimes the unbuckled monk comes off as sprezz, other times it just looks like you forgot to buckle your shoes. Those other times comprise about 99 percent of unbuckled buckle incidents...
    No apologies necessary.
    Sweet tie, Spoo.
    The tie is fighting against the rest of the fit. A neat pattern or a solid with some texture would look great. Nice sportcoat.
    It's all about that hat, man. Insouciant as hell.
    Great casual look, Nii.
    :lol: Now you're just fucking with him.
    Going out on a high. Enjoy your break.
    Great, Theo.
     


  11. OttoSkadelig

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    excellent recovery. and through the translator, no less! :)
     


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    Clean.
     


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    The jacket looks boxy and the pulling chest isn't doing you any favors, either. The slacks are so long and narrow that they're stacking. I'm also not diggin' the gray shoes with the gray suit. Brown shoes would ground you and add pleasant contrast.



    I'm not liking the bold lines and saturated colors of tie combined with the soft, heathered hues of that jacket. I DO like that jacket, though.



    Will somebody please PhotoShop a trumpet onto that ledge so we can make this shot the album cover?
     


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    Thanks! I had a solid navy knit tie on initially, but thought it was a little too muted. Looking at it now, definite over-correction.
     


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    What shoes are you wearing?
     


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