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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. Tom Miler

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    Harris Tweed again? Again and again :D

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    Ac,

    would you be kind enough to post details on that tie? Looks fantastic, thanks.

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    Where did you get this tie?
     
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    will this be stocked at NMWA?

    Wanna know if I need to pm for pre orders.
     
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    It's an Eidos red donegal from last fall's collection at Bloomingdales. I picked it up from @DanTheLadiesMan who sold it to me at a very generous price.
     
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    Trying to catch the last of the light from inside, since my oh-so-selfish wife just couldn't make it home from work in time for outside pics. :violin:

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    jc, excellent.
     
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    Thanks, CM!
     
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    We are all too young to reap the real benefits of an academic career. My father retired at 65, with a full pension (tied to his peak salary, and he served as a the head of the school for well over a decade). For some bizarre reason, his pension (hahahahaha, who even has a pension anymore) was structured to be tied to the market performance at the time of his retirement (I'm blurry on the details). Always a man with a silver penny stuck up his butt, he retired in 2007, at the peak of the bubble, just before everything came crashing down. There are worse ways to retire.
     
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    Man, everyone is killing it today.
     
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    :) The full sugarbutch can't be done with a three-piece because the tie is captive. A drawing for those unfamiliar: [​IMG]
     
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    Thank you for your thumbs yesterday. I would like comments as well, if any.
     
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    Magnificent ensemble of elements! Very good taste and style.

    About the fit of the jacket: planting is very good! Balance, proportion, form-fitting - everything is perfect.
    But if you want to significantly improve its appearance - it's not so hard to do. Need to flog your sleeves and turn the head of each sleeve about 1.5 cm back. May also require replacement tissue lining the sleeves that would give the stock tissue lining the top of the sleeve (maybe it's not necessary). Also, after the sleeve will flogged - some adjustment can stitch the shoulder line, cut small excess tissue armhole - in the area of the front board jacket (not more than 1 cm, with the cutoff line is to be shaped, with a gradation from 0 to 1 cm). And also - ripped from top shoulder seam - pick up a little excess fabric slightly pulling the fabric front jacket shelves up to the shoulder seam (this may need a little cut off the excess shoulder pads). The result will please you for sure!

    Once again - you have a very good style and look!
     
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    A trip to the photographing racing :)

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    backpack – Makr Carry Goods
    headwear – Stetson
    scarf – Carhartt
    gloves – Barbour
    tie – House of Bruar
    belt – Trickers
    cufflinks – Gourji
    bracelet 1 – Paul Smith
    bracelet 2 – Rico La Cara
    jacket/coat – Polo Ralph Lauren
    cardigan – Alan Paine
    shoes – Red Wing
    socks – Marcoliani
    shirt – Bespoke
    jeans – Bespoke
    perfume – Clive Christian “С”
     
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    Occasionally, I am a powerdresser :D Apparently that is the only situation when my uncanny abilities to look unfriendly come in handy :p

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    WAYWRN is looking like a lifestyle magazine lately. ;)
     
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    Time to change that. [​IMG]

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