(Old) What Are You Wearing Now/Today? Part II - pictures only - no discussion

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by kitonbrioni, Jul 23, 2007.

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  1. soulstylist

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    Merry christmas everybody! [​IMG]
     


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    Drizzt and Socal's cashmere jacket/overcoat, respectively, are divine.
     


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    Fantastic fit on the shirt. Anyone know where I can get this shirt, or any shirt with a similar fit.
     


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    With the nice trousers, I think this outfit looks much better than your similar one with the faded jeans.
     


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    Running out of clothes goddamn it [​IMG] [​IMG] RL knit tie Custom shirt + pants
     


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    I'm not too big a fan of your tie/shirt matching, but the fit on the shirt is really great.
     


  7. SoCal2NYC

    SoCal2NYC Fashion Hayzus

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    I prefer a smaller know with a knit tie.
     


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    I'm not too big a fan of your tie/shirt matching, but the fit on the shirt is really great.
    I was careless in matching, just felt like throwing them together to see how it looks [​IMG] Thanks for your critique though.
    I prefer a smaller know with a knit tie.
    I used the Pratt knot, what would you recommend?
     


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    I used the Pratt knot, what would you recommend?


    I don't know that the spread collar you have would allow for a smaller knot. However, it might work to cinch the tip more so you have a more pronounced triangle.

    Also, just to be nosy, why the Pratt knot? It's essentially a full winsdor done in reverse but looks the same upon completion.
     


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    I haven't learn how to tie a Windsor, I saw the instructions online and the Pratt looks kinda simple so I went for it [​IMG] Will take your advice on tying a more pronounced triangle, thanks.
     


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    I just do the simple four in hand or whatever with knit ties.
     


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    Ken, What are the black boots in your last post?
     


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    Rizal coat
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    Kiton pant
    Brioni belt
    Brioni socks
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    Dinner with fathers friend.

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    Fantastic. Is that shirt French Cuff?
     


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