HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part IV (starting May 2014)

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Claghorn, May 21, 2014.

  1. TheSunisShining

    TheSunisShining Senior member

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    What a suit!
     
  2. An Acute Style

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    Pretty much the inverse of Saturday: herringbone pants and tartan jacket. The tie isn't nearly that bright in real life.

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  3. Pliny

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    shoos r cool
    Loudest gunclub eva, and worn nicely IMO. Who's the maker?
     
  4. Cotton Dockers

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    Thanks, buddy. It's by Caruso, "sartorio parma". Great fits lately, as always.
     
  5. TheSunisShining

    TheSunisShining Senior member

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    Now that's what I call a suit!
     
  6. An Acute Style

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    Thanks, but

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  8. in stitches

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    Um, your amazing backyard for starters and all the English country side
     
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    Yes, it is!
     
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  11. Betelgeuse

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    Looks like it was a good outfit Monday! Very well done mates!

    Today.

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  12. Bill Dlwgosh

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    Either one of those is way more camera than you'll need for anything less than at least enthusiast to semi-professional use. Those bodies have functions for remote slave flashes and double secret 19 point metering and things that you're most likely to never use. I have a D5100 that still does more than a normal person needs and the pictures are beautiful. For main stream usage it's less about the body and more about your lenses, so if you have a buddy with a bunch of lenses from either Nikon or Cannon that you'd be able to borrow and audition, that's the better buy. (...and the kit lenses are still going to give really great pics) I'd rather have the D5100/D5200 with a secondary flash than a D7100 as I'd get use out of the flash when indoors while I wouldn't get use out of the features that account for the price difference between the bodies. I'm no expert at all but that seems to be the opinion of people who pay as much attention to photography as folks here pay to clothes. Either camera can be set to Automatic and take amazing pics though, there's no wrong choice.

    for what it's worth, a quick pic of my adopted home town off the balcony with a 5100 and basic kit lense:
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  13. Coxsackie

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    This is not the "park bench" suit. It looks lineny, but in fact it's 50% wool/25% cotton/25% silk. Weird, huh? But great for summer.

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    Lapel "stain" is water from a stray rain droplet - it's been pissing in Melbourne today.
     
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    I rather felt like gingham today.

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    Atkinson's 100% wool tie.
     

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