HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part III

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  1. SpooPoker

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

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    Man that is snooze CBD worthy :lol:
     
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    Yeah - I don't own the shoes I wanted to wear with this today - I need to expand the rotation! I often wear the same pair twice a week. For shame. :embar:
     
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    So, how tricky is that to tie?
     
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    Carmina really does nice (and good) shoes.
    Some beautiful like the ones you're wearing and these:
    Don't you agree?
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    This is the first time I have experienced them, and I really, really love them. Look for a dub munk and a cap toe in the near future. The last is pretty much perfect for my style and foot. Win/win.
     
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    Spoo, how many pairs of shoes do you have?
     
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    +/- 40
     
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    :slayer:

    I keep hoping DC Lewis makes some double monks. Double monks in that reddish leather :inlove:
     
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    Teaching today...
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    Jacket: Peter Lee/Hardy
    Shirt: CT
    Tie: Hober
    PS: Tie Rack
    Trou: BB
     
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    I didn't bought the Carmina Double Monks because I'm not all that crazy about the colour. But pehraps next collection comes with a colour to my taste, or else if I decide to buy in present colour, I will have to do some polish work on them

    Cheers

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    I really like the top combination.. But the trousers look to me a bit too long

    Cheers

    Vic
     
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    Success.
     
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    Well gents, it has been ages since I posted a fit. Feel free to tear into the jacket, as I just received it yesterday and decided to steam and wear it :tounge: The shoulders may be too wide to be wearable, but heaven help me I love Isaia! Also, does this colour shirt look ok with this moss green jacket?

    To help you guys ease into the pain of seeing my atrocious fit, here is my puppy and her brother staring at the camera.

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    To each his own, of course, but I don't see how a lovely piece of silk knotted at one's wrist is any less elegant or luxurious than, say, a lovely piece of silk knotted at one's neck.



    If that's directed at me, sir, I thank you.



    Good points, Roger. I can't argue with either one. There's a reason I don't button the top button on that jacket, though. The lapels never rolled much in the first place, and then a thoughtless dry cleaner flattened them even more about a year ago. Now when I do up the top button it only serves to emphasize the flatness of the lapels. Sadness.



    That' video's cool in a lot of ways, but my favorite part is at 0:42 when PG slides into his jacket so smoothly that he doesn't even need to tug his shirt cuffs out of the jacket sleeves. :slayer: How is that even possible?



    Three pounds? Not to brag or nuthin', but I can drop three pounds in one trip to the bathroom. Just sayin'.
     
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    Hoarder :lol:

    Today I'm breaking that no-striped-odd-jacket rule (never really cared for it anyway). Cut off the head in the pics as the hair looked gruesome.

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