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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.

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  1. DiplomaticTies

    DiplomaticTies Senior member

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    Tombolini suit
    Emma Willis shirt
    Kiton tie
    Drake's ps
     
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    @DiplomaticTies : Nice.
    How do you find the EW-shirts compared to other high end shirts? I have considered buying one from time to time, but was never able to make up my mind.
     
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    Thanks Mr. D!
     
  4. DiplomaticTies

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    EW shirts are very nice. Perhaps not at the absolute top of the pile, but well worth trying. Note that the regular size shirts are almost completely straight, so they are a lot loser in fit compared to, say, most Italian shirtmakers.
     
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    Saturday. Layers for a cool rainy day. OCBD, corduroy vest, donegal tie, herringbone tweed jacket, and moleskin trousers. Also, wearing a suit jacket as a sport coat.

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    I love @Crat 's tapestry tie, and I've grown so used to a clean-shaven @upr_crust that I see the photo with the goatee and can't help but think of soap operas – the evil twin is always the one with the goatee, right? Dramatically reappearing right after a wedding, too? This is sweeps-week stuff, people.

    @SYCSYC , that's not casual though. It's just missing a tie. Casual would be same thing, but missing the pants or shirt.

    Or, better, not a suit, not a french-cuff poplin shirt, that kinda thing. [​IMG]
     
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    @chocsosa should be the style consultant for NBA players for their post-game interviews.
     
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    ORLY… and why Choc specifically?
     
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    He doesn't have to look up at them....?
     
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    Claghorn Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    And more informatively: Choc is something like 6'8 and played college ball, so he is both familiar with the subculture and the difficulties of dressing when you're, well, buit like a basketball player.
     
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    Because he is 6'8" and understands how to dress proportionally and tastefully at his height--something that a lot of those guys have trouble doing.
     
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    I dont think it would work...maybe for Conservative wear.. but most of these guys are more SWD then anything else which is not my steeze..but thanks for the compliments guys..
     
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    Noooooooooooo! The facial hair is missed.
     
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    I'm with Six. Digging the crusty facial hair.
     
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    Let's hope the facial hair itself was not crusty.
     
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    You people...
     
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    Precisely my thought as I read this. Ewww.
     

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