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

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

  1. Layered Player

    Layered Player Senior member

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    Beautiful.

    Fit, color, combination, everything.

    This puts the lie to the idea that subtle and subdued have to be boring.

    Bravo
     


  2. YRR92

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    I've never been there, so of course I don't really know, but isn't SF sort of renowned as the kind of place where a cowboy costume would turn fewer heads than many places? [​IMG]
     


  3. The_Foxx

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    Fixed, I guess-- stupid iPhone, takes the worst indoor pix ever...

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  4. Mr. Six

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  5. YRR92

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    ^^

    Never understood the phrase "assless chaps." As opposed to what? Chaps with an ass, or as we call them in Jersey, pants?

    Foxx, you may be comfortable feeling your clothes that much, but it doesn't look as good as a bit of ease would.
     


  6. Mr. Six

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    ^ True enough. I suppose it's really chaps with our without pants, but the phrase has entered the lexicon, etc.
     


  7. YRR92

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    We can just be grateful that assless jodphurs aren't a thing.
     


  8. sugarbutch

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    Er, um... who is that?
     


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    What? What? WHAT? You don't know, SB? You are stone cold, man. You sound like a Steve. Did you grow up in Austin, perchance?

    :)
     
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  10. sugarbutch

    sugarbutch Bearded Prick Dubiously Honored

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    Heh. My interest in wrestling peaked with the first Wrestlemania back in the era of Hulk Hogan.
     


  11. srivats

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    You now have to do the classic stone cold pose in your WAYWRN pics. Or the classic Hulk Hogan pose. July 4th is coming. Maybe take a vote? :)
     


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    Thanks! I saw the pic but had no idea who took it. On the left is my future fiancée if all goes well. :)

    The suit is 100 % linen and MTM, our own production.

    Excellent pics you have there in the Pitti pic thread! Our pics from PU86 can be browsed here: http://tyyliniekka.fi/blogi/pitti-uomo-86/
     


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    @Tirailleur1

    You remind me of Dev Hynes from Blood Orange. Same devil-may-care vibe that seems [to me] uniquely "New York". I mean this as a compliment of course, the guy is awesome.
    edit: not saying your aesthetics are the same! just the underlying vibe.

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    Decent
     


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    Sir,

    When a statutory provision is passed, it impacts on all sectors of activity directly or indirectly, hence the reason why a school regulation is a derivative of statute (law). :)
     


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