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HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part IV (starting May 2014)

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Claghorn, May 21, 2014.

  1. Stefan88

    Stefan88 Senior member

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    Ladbroke is a great pair. Had one in midnight blue once, but they were every so slightly too tight, and got rid of them a few years ago.

    You guys are making me realise I need more brown in my life. Will have to check my funds in May. :D
     


  2. clapeyron

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    Great stuff, superb fit on the jacket! Though a crisp white LC shirt would look even better. I'm not a fan of patterned shirts with glencheck.
     


  3. Braddock

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    Oh, how long have you tried to wear them? In my experience, wholecuts stretch a bit more with wearing in (probably because of the lack of stitching over the toes), so it's better to start with a tight fitting shoe. Perhaps you've got rid of them too soon?

    Danke sehr! Of course you're right that a white shirt would look sharper here, but I was going for a low contrast look today and I just don't have a plain blue shirt that's pale enough to work in this context. So, patterned it had to be...
     


  5. upr_crust

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    An early start to the week, and photographic proof that I can do the Crusty Crouch even in my sleep . . .

    Suit - Paul Stuart/Phineas Cole
    Shirt - Dunhill
    Tie - BB
    Cufflinks - Tyrwhitt
    PS - BB
    Braces - Paul Stuart
    Shoes - Bergdorf Goodman house brand
    Raincoat - Burberry
    Hat - Weatherproof

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  6. Stefan88

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    That's rather funny actually. It was one of the first pair of good shoes I bought, and I had no experience with sizing. At the time it felt too tight, while the purchased size is actually the one I'd go for now. Perceptions change I guess.
     


  7. Coxsackie

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    Normally I'm a great admirer of your sartorial envelope-probing, but I'm afraid that waistcoat is a probe too far, even for me.

    With a much more rurally-biased ensemble, I'm sure it could be spectacular.
     


  8. VictorSFreturn

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    backpack – GRUNGE JOHN ORCHESTRA
    sunglasses – Ermenegildo Zegna
    headwear – Stetson
    scarf – Carhartt
    gloves – Roeckl
    belt – Juicy Coutur
    bracelet – Viola Milano
    jacket/coat – Polo Ralph Lauren
    roll-neck sweater – Zanone
    T-shirt – Barbour
    shoes – Red Wing
    socks – Pantherella
    jeans – Bespoke
    perfume – Lalique “Encre Noire”
     


  9. VictorSFreturn

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    Fashion Week 2014 in Moscow

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    briefcase/bag – Berluti
    headwear – Stetson
    gloves – Merola
    tie – Sozzi
    pocket squares – AD56
    belt – Church
    cufflinks – Dunhill
    boutonniere – Igor Semenov
    shoes – Alden
    socks – Pantherella
    jacket – Bespoke
    trousers/pants – Bespoke
    shirt – Bespoke
    perfume – XerJoff “Dhofar”
     


  10. Spandexter

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    A simple start to the week.

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  11. Coxsackie

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    Victor, sorry, I did a reflex thumb. Apologies.

    SpanD, killing it. Simple, accurate and magnificent. Where's the suit from?
     


  12. Coxsackie

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    Hey Victor. Is that jacket by any chance made from the London Lounge "Agnelli" flannel?
     


  13. Spandexter

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    Thanks mate. Suit is Oscar Hunt MTM. They're opening their showroom in Sydney soon so you should pop in for a look.
     


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    @Spandexter you should post more fit pics! Very nice!
     


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