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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    Actually navy on brown. I considered the black this morning, but I felt like I'd worn that a lot lately. I agree about the buttons, but haven't figured out what I want to replace them. Also, the jacket is essentially a blazer in brown instead of navy. Odd duck, yes.
     
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    This was me yesterday sorting out an outfit for Sunday lunch with the girlfriend's parents
     
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    Picked up this somewhat LabelKing-esque piece from an opportunity shop yesterday. In great nick, and fits like a glove. Possibly originated as a bespoke piece, as there are absolutely no labels inside. Perfect for the cold snap Melbourne is going through right now.

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    No, this is not what I meant. I never said that I dressed to always look my best. I often wear things I want to wear where other ones would have looked better, but they were too boring for me.
    Nice fit, but the check on check clashes imo.
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    Seersucker check? Would love to see a better pic of this.
     
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    Ah, I think there is a misunderstanding somewhere. Somewhere down the line, you seemed to suggest that in order to look good, one had to dress with optimality as their primary concern (if X looks better in a given context, one should always wear X, otherwise one will not look good).
     
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    Something simple for a warm Tuesday.

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    Very classy Upr, very classy!
     
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    New Brooks Bros tie from Luxeswap.

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    Gray suit Tuesday....
    A. Campagna suit, Cipa shirt, phineas cole tie, botticelli loafers, tom ford gray frame glasses
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    I like when you dial it back a tad. You do this level better than some of your louder stuff ATM. I've found it easier to step into bolder patterns and styles once I've pulled together a good consistent sedate-ish look. With those same items. For example you can try swapping the tie and see what that adds or subtracts. You may begin to get a better feel for when you are "pushing it" too far.

    Tighten your tie up!
     
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    I like the tie ETB. I almost like the fit, but think Navy is too dark for that tie. Braddock and Sander consistently pull off ties like that by reducing the overall contrast and embracing the s/s nature of those ties. RAF suit would be much better for it IMO. I won't comment on the shirt, but contrast collars are not my thing.
     
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    Yesterday.

    Brown linen glenplaid suit made up in our new Ciro model - Eidos Napoli
    White/Blue linen BD - Tie Your Tie
    My father's decade's old linen tie - Cruciani e Bella
    Pocket Square - Christian Kimber
    Hooves - Belgian Shoes
     
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    This is very nice, love the suit cloth.
     

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