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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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    Sadly, I've been away from this thread for a while now. Glad to see you fellas are still dressing well!

    Here's a candid shot of what I wore to a friend's wedding this past weekend. Excuse the closed eyes, messed-up pocket square, and my girlfriend's finger in the bottom left....

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    Isaia suit - really love this fabric. Herringbone flannel that appears olive green in direct sunlight and greyish-green indoors.
    Sebastian Ward shirt
    Conrad Wu tie
    Sam Hober square
     
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    Please provide specifics on the Wu tie and Hober square...wonderfully autumnal look.
     
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    You can move the buttons up a bit to induce the roll you seek.
    Careful with that. You move them up, that means you likely will have to move them out a bit as well to compensate. It works, but it's a bit tedious.

    Also, AAS, is that a Southwick? I have a jacket in a very similar fabric by them that I got off of eBay.
     
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    ComfortablyDumb - very nice! One of the few sighting of Sebastian Ward shirts in the wild! How do you like it?
     
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    X-files from Friday challenge.

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    Cheers! I like Sebastian Ward shirts a lot. I had some I've been wearing pretty often for about a year now and I have no complaints. With their recent price decrease I picked up the ones I was missing. Beautifully designed shirts (love the collar and the cuffs especially) that are definitely worth it at the new price point IMO.
     
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    Adolesco, that is great. [​IMG]
     
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    From Friday. Probably the last linen of the year.

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    Following up on this: how is the fit? I love the design look, but I'm terrified there's no way it won't still be massive throughout the body...

    Bad news about the rust Wu as well...had as waking suspicion that was it, which means I'm out of luck lol.
     
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    Sunday morning: drab brown, grey, and blue.

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    Unfortunately, I had hit the ISO knob on the camera before handing it over to Erica, so this picture is grainier than usual.

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    Academic, out of curiosity, who made those trousers? I am guessing Ambrosi?
     
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    Luxire, actually. I'm quite happy with how they turned out.

    Cheers,

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    Once again, thanks to everyone who posts pictures of themselves and especially to those who take pictures of themselves somewhere out there, rather than in their front parlors. Thanks also to everyone who likes my pictures.

    Cacti and I on a warm (yet drizzly, so it was humid too) Sunday morning, Brooks Brothers blue blazer, ecru PPBD shirt (for some reason, one sleeve looks too long in this picture), and brown and blue repp tie, Orvis trousers (yes, I my pockets are full of stuff like keys and a phone), Allen Edmonds brogue suede Strands, and a blue and brown Madras pocket square made from a piece of the remains of a Land's End Madras shirt that had reached the end of it's useful life as a shirt.

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