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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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    There was quite a bit of navy blue in today's attire - trousers, tie, cufflinks and ring (cufflinks and ring both in lapis lazuli).
     

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    Good for you for dressing formally regardless. Wish more people would dress up properly on cruises. You look great!
     

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    When did showing your bare feet become a thing?
     

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    That's a problem!?
     

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    Not a style that would suit me at all, but it looks excellent.
     

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    Thank you, sir!
     

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    Thank you. The first formal evening many men and all women made an ‘effort’. Come the second one it was as if they felt that they (the men especially) had already done their ‘duty’ and the overall effect in the Dining Room was far less attractive. Many did not come to dinner preferring, I assumed, to dine in one of the casual areas.

    Throughout the cruise on all nights I saw well dressed ladies accompanied by very slovenly men!
     

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    Thursday, and the weather is predicted to be mild enough for me to dare to try out some of the newest swag (courtesy of end-of-season sales) - new suit, tie and shoes.

    Suit - Paul Stuart/Phineas Cole
    Shirt - Tyrwhitt
    Tie - Charvet
    Braces - Paul Stuart
    Cufflinks - Penhaligon's
    Pocket square - Polo Ralph Lauren
    Shoes - Crockett & Jones

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    The shirt collars are too short. But who cares, just nitpicking.
     

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    The jacket and the trousers are parts of the same suit, the difference in colours is just a matter of lighting.

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    The best account on my opinion is Pitti Uomo, they really post the greatest outfits on daily basis
     

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    SpooPoker Internet Bigtimer and Most Popular Man on Campus Dubiously Honored Affiliate Vendor

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    No name jacket
    Avon Celli shirt
    Simmonot Godard pocket square
    Brioni belt
    Epaulet (Hertling) pants
    Gaziano & Girling shoes
     

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    Thanks for the feedback - I will keep that in mind for future shirts. This one is T.M. Lewin. Now that you mention it, I can see the difference in other SFers' collars. Thanks for improving my eye!
    I know, I am using a haphazard fold. I have lately decided to actually use my handkerchief, mostly to wipe my daughter's face and hands when we are out. I just stuff it back into the breast pocket afterwards. I like that it looks functional and not merely ornamental. Here is an even more offensive example:
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    Perhaps I should just go with the random stuff and forego folding altogether, as in the above photo. I suppose the problem arises between a stuff and a fold.
    Edit: updated PS non-fold today. IMG_20180712_174617.jpg
     
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