What are you wearing today??

Discussion in 'General Attire & Accoutrements' started by moustache, Nov 21, 2006.

  1. Shangas

    Shangas I'll Lock Up

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    Hi Broccoli,

    Yes the vest IS a bit large. But not excessively so. It's very comfortable; it doesn't feel like it's hanging off. The cravat's how I've always worn them. I was thinking of a tie, but for reasons I forget, I decided not to.
     
  2. HamilcarBarca3

    HamilcarBarca3 One of the Regulars

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  3. Gin&Tonics

    Gin&Tonics Practically Family

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    Shangas, those cufflinks are phenomenal! I would love to find a pair like that. Extremely elegant without being too flashy. The theatre glasses are really neat as well. I have a set that actually fold into a little spring loaded case; you press the button and they pop out. Pretty sweet.
     
  4. Shangas

    Shangas I'll Lock Up

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    The cufflinks were sold to me by a very nice English gentleman at the local flea-market. He deals in antiques and he just happened to have that those at his stall one day. They're very beautiful, but a bit fiddly to put on!

    Here's some close-up photographs:

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  5. Gijoe

    Gijoe A-List Customer

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    Goldrush today
    - Akubra Hat
    - Sugar Cane Vest
    - RRL Shirt
    - Pointer Brand HBT Pants
    - Mister Freedom jacket
    - Warehouse Bandana
    - US Army Service Shoes
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  6. bond

    bond My Mail is Forwarded Here

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    Gi joe,Great pics. Like it ,but you forgot to mention what hat your wearing.
     
  7. remi

    remi New in Town

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    Hi there,
    RRL officier Khakis, Buzz Rickson loopwheeled sweater and Buzz Rickson A2 horsehide jacket. Color 8 Cordovan Alden Indy boots
     
  8. Broccoli

    Broccoli One of the Regulars

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    Forgot the picture there, remi!
     
  9. Mr Badger

    Mr Badger Practically Family

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    My vintage British wool 'country' suit, sans waistcoat, seemed suitable for taking our Morris Minor to the Vintage Nostalgia weekend in Wiltshire, and it was a good choice as the weather was 65-ish with sunshine and a refreshing breeze – it only got slightly too warm right in the middle of the afternoon, and I was forced to source suitable refreshments!

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  10. That is one thing I love about three piece suits---they are versatile. :D:eusa_clap
     
  11. Pinesiw

    Pinesiw A-List Customer

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    New pullover vest from the thrift today grey wool mix fleck
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  12. ajf

    ajf New in Town

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    Wore this to a wedding on Saturday as per my 'what to wear?' thread.
    Would be grateful for any suitable comments.
    Jacket probably does look a bit long - it isn't. I'm just short :D

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  13. Vampyre Master

    Vampyre Master Vendor

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    Day out in Lancashire Gallipoli 1915 pith British bush jacket 1955 jods 1940's riding boots officer field boot age unknown sam browne 1950's satchel old leather ?? my wife made all her own stuff
    VM
     
  14. avedwards

    avedwards Call Me a Cab

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    With MetroPD in San Diego two days ago. More pictures to come over the next few days.

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  15. AntonAAK

    AntonAAK Practically Family

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    Relaxing at a picnic on Sunday. We don't often get the weather.

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  16. Two Types

    Two Types I'll Lock Up

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    Rather rare to see you posting here these days.

    You appear very relaxed.
     
  17. AntonAAK

    AntonAAK Practically Family

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    I was rather. Nothing to do with those empty bottles in the foreground, I'm sure.

    See you tonight.
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  18. Stearmen

    Stearmen I'll Lock Up

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    You make a very striking couple! My hats off to your wife, that must have been a tremendous amount of work.
     
  19. crazydaisy

    crazydaisy Practically Family

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    Finally some good weather the other day, so I wore a cotton frock for the first time this year, albeit with a knitted vest on top...eventually it was warm enough to go vest free.
    The 1930's dress was a birthday present to myself.

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  20. Hyena Stomp

    Hyena Stomp One of the Regulars

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    ^That's a lovely photo! Where was it taken? The building behind you reminds me very much of The Haunted Mansion attraction at Walt Disney World. :)

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    Here's me from today; 40's trousers, 40's Hollywood jacket (label: Cinema City Clothing), 30's tie, 30's shirt and modern shoes.

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