HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part III

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  1. Baron

    Baron Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Great show.
     


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    ryan gosling from the notebook?? :inlove:
     


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    I'm thinking more along the lines of...

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  4. XKxRome0ox

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    ok... please give me some feedback
    i bought this suit on a whim today
    yay or nay?
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    my other suits are all solids - navy, charcoal, and midnight blue ... so this is a far departure from my normal wear

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    The fit of the Charcoal one is outstanding. Its almost touching the realm of perfection. You sir and DocHolliday are in a league of your own. Perhaps 10 years of trial and error will get me there, I hope.
     




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    Thank you for the advice, sir! I got that suit via the J.Press warehouse sale and that was its debut. I'll do better next time. ;)
     


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    Apologies for the lack of pocket square!
     


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  9. Digmenow

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    Who is John Galt and who will be playing the part of Dagny Taggart?
     
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    That should cover my needs. What will the other twelve of us do?
     


  11. Manton

    Manton RINO Dubiously Honored

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    Possibly the last time a tie was worn on Catalina:

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    Actually, this was probably the last time but it was just a movie and therefore doesn't count:

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    Is this cloth from Ariston?

    Move the ticket patch down only exposing it by 1" to 1 1/2" and move it forward by one stripe in the cloth pattern. It will create a look of belonging rather than the pocket is trying to jump out and escape.
     


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    could be great could be terrible. without a fit pic there is no way to tell.
     


  14. Cravate_Noire

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    Yes, this is from Ariston!
    Hm, I want to use both pockets, so I think it may become to bulky when I have my phone inside the ticket and other stuff in the the other pocket, when the ticket is moved deeper inside.
    I like that the distance between the edges of the patches works nicely as a reminscence of a regular ticket pocket, it is similar to the spacing between the jets of a normal one.
    Though I think that on a plain fabric this patch ticket would probalby look a bit better with your suggestion (the small check makes it almost dissappear from a distance).

    Here is a cloe up shot of it, it shown only a small piece of the larger patch:

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