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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. Braddock

    Braddock Senior member

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    Thank you for dropping by, it was a pleasure to meet you and your friend! Beautiful suit and outfit btw.
     
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  2. sugarbutch

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    I dare say the green and purple parts are using you...
     
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  3. bienluienapris

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    My pleasure.
     
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    Phineas Cole overcoat
    Brooks Brothers suit (in a greyish blue fabric ... camera did not capture it 100%)
    Bespoke shirt made by Hirtl Munich
    Brooks Brothers cuff links
    Drake's tie
    Hirmer square
    Allen Edmonds belt
    Carmina shoes
     
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  5. An Acute Style

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    I dare you to say that to my face. [​IMG]

    A little coordination never hurt nobody.
     
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  6. sugarbutch

    sugarbutch Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Actually, the purple and green aren't really bothering me, I just couldn't resist the snark. The shirt, tho...
     
  7. Poszetka

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    Bateman Ogden (tie) / Scabal (sport jacket) / Macclesfield (pocket square)
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    So, I found this trench coat I had packed away and completely forgot about. The original belt was lost, so I cut off the bottom hem of the coat and made it into a new one. Unfortunately this made the coat just slightly shorter than I'd prefer, but I still think it's passable:

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  9. An Acute Style

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    You should see my pants. :hide:
     
  10. sugarbutch

    sugarbutch Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Maybe I shouldn't?
     
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  11. in stitches

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    Mostly like the combo, but the PS-tie pairing seems off to me. Might be the similar size small medallion things in each item. Also, is the jacket a bit long or is that a camera angle issue?
    Mostly like the individual items, but too much going on up top for me.
     
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    Fedora day.

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    * fedora by Polkap
    * Suitsupply
    * Tyrwhitt
    * tie from Embassy of Elegance
    * ps from Poszetka
    * Yanko shoes

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  13. upr_crust

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    For those of us without hair, every day is fedora day when the weather is below 16C.

    A new aspect of the new apartment - the small solarium, facing south. I've done what I can to allow one to see both the clothes and the view, but neither, I fear, is well served. At least the Crusty perch is back in the picture, after being reupholstered and restored.

    Suit - BB
    Shirt - BBGF
    Tie - Charvet
    Cufflinks - David Donohue, via Cable Car Clothiers, SF
    Braces - Paul Stuart
    PS - PRL
    Shoes - C & J
    Topcoat - Turnbull & Asser
    Scarf - Ede & Ravenscroft
    Hat - Selentino

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  14. bienluienapris

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    That's come from the angle of the camera. I can totally understand for the PS-tie, wasn't really sure on this one, some people likes some others don't. That's is not my favorite combination, but that don't look off to me.

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    Quote: Headwear is a complicated issue for the follicularly challenged of the younger generation (of which I am still tenuously a part). Fedoras are pretty much a no-go, unless you want to be associated with the I'm-an-atheist-libertarian-debate-me-bacon-yolo-zombies set.

    For the most part form has given way to function in my case, and I stick with beanies. Which, it must be said, are easier to fit under a bicycle helmet than fedoras.

    Anyway, here's a thoroughly mediocre selfie of what I'm wearing today.

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  18. upr_crust

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    One of the advantages of getting older is that one can affect styles with greater impunity. Prior to the death of my first husband, I had expressed the desire for a Homburg, to which he said, 'You're too young to wear a Homburg". After his death, as a 54-year-old widower, I figured then I was old enough to wear a Homburg.

    A beanie (i.e. a knit cap) would be the only thing that I could imagine would fit under a bicycle helmet. When I travel, the fedoras stay home - I wear flat caps, which can be folded in half, and stuck into the sleeve of whatever outerwear I'm wearing at the time when not in use (see the photos from Naples/Rome recently posted for reference).
     
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    An other jacket from a W Bill cloth.

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    Which cloth?
     

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