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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.

  1. edmorel

    edmorel Quality Seller!! Dubiously Honored

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  2. Prince of Paisley

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  3. in stitches

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    Perhaps you should get out of edmorels pants.
     


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    Cross-post from Friday Challenge. 95% of my shirt collars (and probably 98% of those on good fits on SF) are semi-spread or spread collars if they aren't button-downs. The major rule I'm breaking here is wearing a point collar, on a shirt I've had for about eight years now that I can't abandon for sentimental reasons. Also breaking a rule about tie proportionality by wearing a vintage skinny unlined Macclesfield.

    Sorry for the horrendous light in the spoiled pic; daylight was fading by the time I took pics.

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  5. Prince of Paisley

    Prince of Paisley Distinguished Member

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    I don't see him complaining.
     


  6. southernstyle

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    Nick your fits are constantly spot on, not necessarily because its great clothing that fits well (which it obviously is) but because you live in your clothing. That extra something that you have over others on the forum, is you beat your stuff up and "wear without care"... it is just clothing after all.

    You look comfortable and as if the fabric is a second skin, instead of clothing. Always awesome to see :slayer:
     
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  8. Pliny

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    Works for me [​IMG]

    I've been thinking recently that I've got too many trews with side adjusters no belt, so not so great with SCs, but this looks great EFV IMO. And almost SW&D



    Nice look HC. Interesting high collar there. Not a crit.
    Knocking it out of the park again there P/P.
     


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    Casual Friday Thursday

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  10. Dave Davies

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    I've seen plenty of italian suits and just like everywhere some have thin and some don't, it's really personnel preference, obviously it does depend on your size.

    That said the majority on here are fine and wouldn't consider them to be large lapels just standard which I do like, but there are some on here that just look way to big.

    Also it depends on what people consider thin as I've seen some lapels that are so thin they look just as bad as large lapels. I would think age is another thing to consider, a 50 year old man with a skinny looking suit would look strange compared to someone who was 20.
     
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  11. Cleav

    Cleav Stylish Dinosaur Dubiously Honored Moderator

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  12. Monkeyface

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    Moving day! Sorry for all the casual fits, but I still don't have access to my full wardrobe.


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    GREEN.

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    "Hey, Foo and Ralph...We called to say we want our extra wide lapels back. Thanks!" - Italian Bespoke Dudes
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