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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. Seamless

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    Such tacky. Much lapel. So bad.
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  2. Andy57

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    More tweed to round out the week. And another pink shirt, this time an OCBD.

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    Great job @ebonyman. Very nice
     
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    Wearing my beautiful new Shibumi pocket square today. Printed only a few miles away from home, which is very cool!

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    I am here to melt your brains.

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    This is a great look Seamless, but it does look mighty similar to a Tom Ford concession employee uniform... [​IMG]
     
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    That's intentional.

    @mktitsworth amidst the visual fireworks, I noticed a fine watch.
     
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    Mission accomplished!

    Tits, you were on top of my Most Improved List. The nicest thing I can say about this fit is that it is great to see that you still try to develop your style. Love the watch though.
     
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    I guess there are worst things to be dressed like!
     
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    Tits, first off, welcome back. Secondly, you really should not have stripped that 60's vintage couch of its upholstery just to have a jacket made from the material. Naughty you . . .
     
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    Kind of bummed that this suit, which is extremely comfortable and has such an excellent fabric looks tight and somewhat odd in the photos. The thigh in the pant looks odd and makes the jacket seem tighter in the waist than it really is. The lighting also makes the jacket look like it is pulling but its rather roomy. Ah well. Mostly looking for advice on color and pattern pairing. Shirt is purple and navy tattersall suit is blue houndstooth. Cheers and happy Friday!

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    You should see what it looks like when the throat latch is buttoned and it converts to a sort of nehru jacket thing.
     
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    Snowpocalypse? I barely remember that lol

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    I really like the jacket and the sweater. I think the top is too dark and the bottom is too light. I think a darker pair of pants would make things look a bit more consistent or a brighter sweater to add some contrast. Shoes are cool too.
     
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    That truly would melt brains.
     
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    Agreed with AAS on the pants, but love the rest Moss.
     
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    Two different views. It's worth pointing out that a sack cut might suit some physiques better than a drape cut (+/- darts); and vice versa.

    Thumbed for the darts. However, you might reconsider the shirt collar.
     
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    The tongue can only go so far before the cheek can give no more. So too can I go only so far in rabble-rousing against the orthodoxy.
     
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    'Tits, that would probably work better in a lower-contrast setting. Embrace the contemporary spa vibe, and let the taupes and sands and ecrus flow. :) But it looks like you're having fun with your clothes, and who would begrudge that?
     
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    @citan 1145. Actually the suit fits quite well. The shirt however could fit better around the wrists and ironing could help. Looks like you workout and engage a tailor which bode in your favor.

    I just think an expensive pocket square and a more succulent tie would turn the ladies on.
     

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