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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. EliodA

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    Even RTC can do it! ;)
     
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    Decent :nodding:
     
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    First snow in Cincinnati (that's worth commenting on)! Yay!

    Peacoat kept me warm on the commute, then put on the DB blazer once I arrived at work.

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    As always, thanks to all those who like my pictures. Some of you might have noticed that I don't post mirror selfies. This is for two reasons. The first is that I am either with someone or I just ask random people to take my picture. The second is that I take really bad mirror selfies, as this mirror selfie in an antique shop mirror shows........

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    Congratulations. Incidentally, my wife loves batik. I'd be interested in hearing more. Maybe not on this thread, but PM me.

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  7. Claghorn

    Claghorn Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Four pattern bingo.

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  8. Newcomer

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    Got to say Clags, I think it really works. It doesn't even look like there are four patterns... which in my opinion, is the benchmark of success when combining four patterns.
     
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    New shirt with bigger spread and a new old Brooks Bros tie from ebay - doing a puckering thing with the silk that I haven't had to deal with before. Will try a looser knot to see if that helps. Also tried to do a linen, blue-edged square with a puff approach. All on the standard-issue navy suit.

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    Ahhh yes! Well for Gerina they might not be a problem. And those are quite nice in size. Hahahaha!
     
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    I agree that it works well, though in fairness it's four subtle patterns. Well, 3, square aside. Fairly restrained for a "bingo", but also rather elegant. Classic Clags.
     
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    Who makes the suit @GMMcL ? I don't love jodhpurs personally, but they work in the context of the tweed. Nice.
     
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    Thanks. PRL/Italy (Corneliani).
     
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    @jcmeyer nice tie! I love some of those old bb neats!
     
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    Top of your game, CD.
     
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    Wearing a raw silk tie today. I picked it up a few weeks ago and thought the colors went very well with today's outfit. The shirt is purple gingham. The umbrella is black watch.

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    hard to tell from the pics if the purple shirt works in that fit or not...
     

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