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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. Claghorn

    Claghorn Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Since we are talking scales an patterns, I incidentally wore four patterns today. I generally prefer two or three, and with a patterned jacket, I'd wear a solid shirt.

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  2. Caustic Man

    Caustic Man Senior member

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    Looks really good, Clags.
     
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    Yeah I like that a lot, Clags. Is it a new jacket?
     
  4. An Acute Style

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    Cool enough for a chunky cardigan today. Yea, spring. Shirt is light blue. Pant and cardi are pretty similar in color. I wore a dark brown shoes and vest to break it up a bit.

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  5. Pliny

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    @Pliny deets on the tie? Is that the 11 oz (I think) Lesser fabric?

    Tie is a bottle green wool twill from Sam Hober
    Suit is an 11 oz twill. Carlo Barbera for H Lesser
     
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    Thanks, you're free to think of a suitable award [​IMG]
     
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    Actually, Bach would have been delighted. It was his constant struggle to get his music performed in the greater public. He'd be all for it!
     
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    Damnit, @Claghorn. Can you post a slightly less than perfect fit for once?

    @An Acute Style

    The buttons on that cardigan look familiar. From the Armoury? Who is the maker?

    Great fits, gents.
     
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    So does this mean you'd prefer neats (same as foulard/challis? Or no?) with solid jackets only? That would be the safest bet, it seems. Or maybe a faint Glen Plaid.
     
  11. bernoulli

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    Spring is upon us. Breaking new shoes.

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    That's a great cardigan, AAS.
     
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  14. Pliny

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    The fit of the jacket is gorgeous. I feel like the jacket is saying FU in a very subtle way. A whisper. I really like the square if it's cream. The tie may be too busy with this jacket for me. Yes, the pot calling the kettle...


    [​IMG] I'd like to hear that in a French accent, but I'd be afraid to wear the jacket out - could lead to uncomforatble faux pas [​IMG]
     
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  15. bienluienapris

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    Since the spring is back, cotton-kapok suit :

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    Perfect. So perfect.
     
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  17. Dennis Walter

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    Thanks, @loarbmhs !

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  18. An Acute Style

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    Thanks. The sweater's from J. Peterman. 3 ply lambswool.
     
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    (Patrick Johnson suit, Borrelli shirt, Henry Carter tie, Vanda square, Edward Green shoes)
     
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  20. Sander

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    Cardigan looks great, very comfortable. I'm envious. I think the low contrast between it and the trousers works, because of the well-used shoes and vest and general casualness of the outfit.
     
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