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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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    Love those purple cords and windowpane jacket. I don't think this is the best vest though. I can't articulate why exactly, but something about the color.
     
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    Perfect. Love the entire look. Boots?
     
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    Tits - I think you would have been better off without the square. And personally, my brain struggles with striped suit / striped shirt, regardless of whether one has adhered to the technical propriety of scale. In any event, I like the suit and the fabric that it is made of. The stripes fall remarkably straight.

    I would like to remark, however, that I do find it interesting how different my pattern is from the pattern that Chris has for you and PatrickR. Certain similarities, of course, especially with respect to the shoulder line.


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    I've always liked that tie... who makes it?
     
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    Grey, green and brown...

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    Nice spiel, but Foo nailed it the pattern and scale of the outfit are off.
     
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    Despite its new-fangled medium, it's clear that the project of #styfodude is essentially humanistic, redemptive. Snark is the unmerited and unilateral act of love by which Vox continually calls souls to himself, pulling them from the Antonian gloaming and the fallen world of discounted Italian RTW. His contempt has a warm, amniotic quality.
     
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    Shirt? And is that two squares in there? Only ask about the shirt as am considering a trial fit from Luxire
     
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    'Some shots from last week - a pretty busy one. I am an awful picture taker. And I am not one to go for the "no cuff" pants look, but wanted some variety and somehow, I think maybe it adds some formality to a suit. I still prefer cuffs, however. I still feel funny sneaking into the bathroom to take pictures. I suppose I could do it at home, but my house is pure chaos in the mornings. hahaha
     
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    How do you take such great pictures?

    'Love the StC. And the lapel buttonhole...super cool.
     
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    Shirt is Canali buddy

    One square only, being this one. A favourite indeed! Rubinacci, Victory.

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    You're very kind JC, thank you.

    TBH, it goes this way...

    On leaving the house each morning I take a quick pic out the back of the house of top half, then as I get in the car take the shoe pic on the gravel drive. I post the shoe pic straight away on IG, hence the IG post in the morning. Both of those are taken with an iPhone.

    If light is good and opportunity presents itself I'll take a full pic somewhere, with a Canon DSLR and upload that to SF with the others when home. If not then the 'top half' morning pic' goes up on IG in the afternoon and the two iPhone pics go up on SF in the evening :embar:
     
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    Tripod and remote for the Canon then? My DLSR kit is Nikon ... ;-)
     
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    Aha, that explains it, a beauty! :)
     
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    Thanks! It's Cantini
     
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    Beautiful clothing and accessories deserve great picture taking. Kudos. But if you ever pass by me on the street with that PS, I'd be tempted to snatch it and run [​IMG] The handwork on it is so visible from even from a distance. That's pretty unique in a PS.
     
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    You're very kind thank you once again. :)

    I can't of course take any credit for the PS, we just buy these glorious things and wear them. If asked what PS to buy, given many considerations, the Rubinacci Victory in whichever guise would be in my top three. :nodding:
     
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    All new to me, I didn't even own a single PS till this week. A whole new world of exciting stuff out there :)
    PS, even tho it's a long standing Nikon love affair, Fuji, Fuji X series and sensor colours have to be seen to be believed.
     

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