What are you wearing today??

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

  1. Ivan smith

    Ivan smith New in Town

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    Love your dress and 20’s look.
     
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  2. Short Balding Guy

    Short Balding Guy I'll Lock Up

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    Good afternoon. Today I have been wearing a vintage 3 piece suit (Southwick, filene's mens store), vintage Borsolino tie, vintage black toe cap spade shoes and a vintage Stetson 3X Fifteen fedora.

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  3. Short Balding Guy

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    Morning errand found me wearing vintage spectators, tie and fedora. Modern Pendleton jacket and wool slacks completed the attire.

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    Pics taken without a mask. Mask worn during shenanigans.

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  4. Claudio

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    Been sometime fellow Loungers, and here is something from earlier this summer. Linen beach shirt, seerscuker shorts, calf leather 2 tone burgundy and white calf oxfords. Vintage boater IMG_0692A.jpg
     
  5. Short Balding Guy

    Short Balding Guy I'll Lock Up

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    Vintage Pendleton jacket, Wembly tie, Stetson Playboy and Nunbush spectators were my choices for today's escapades.

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  6. Short Balding Guy

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    Shenanigans in a Pendleton Topster, vintage tie and a 1930's Stetson Vogue fedora today.

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  7. crawlinkingsnake

    crawlinkingsnake A-List Customer

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    Wow, outstanding Claudio! Everything about the look, but most of all the Boater. Thanks for posting.
     
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  8. Flanderian

    Flanderian Practically Family

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    Magnificent! Especially the Stetson fedora in the bottom set. So well put together!


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  9. Short Balding Guy

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    Thanks very much sir!

    Cheers to all, Eric -
     
  10. Michael A

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  11. GHT

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    Lovely suit Michael, you wear it well.

    Sorry that I have been out of touch, I never realised how full time work, well almost full time, five or six hours a day, I never realised how work consumes a day. It's been wet and miserable recently, but yesterday afternoon and into the evening, the sun shone brightly. Tina & I went for a leisurely drive through the forest. It was a joy just to be out but Mother nature had a treat in store. A magnificent sunset.
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    Back home and while I was preparing the evening meal Tina was busy in her cabin. I left her a hot drink and told her that we will be eating soon. She just smiled, I'm guessing that there's a shirt on that old ironing board that doubles as a useful cutting out board.
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    Today I'm pondering on what to wear. Usually, I choose something and then wonder what accoutrements will go with it, but today it's the other way round. I'll let you know.
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  12. GHT

    GHT I'll Lock Up

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    Eric, Michael and others showing us that a classic suit is timeless, I just had to follow suit. (Sorry)
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  13. Michael A

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    Thanks GHT. It's in my top five of favorite suits. You picked a sharp outfit to answer with. Great looking hat.

    Today a little more casual with a Dunn and Co Harris Tweed jacket.
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    With some older Bostonians
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    Have a good Sunday,
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  14. Short Balding Guy

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    Shennanigans this morning found me wearing a bespoke 50's sharkskin suit.

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    Tailored by Harada, Tokyo this suit has a luxurious fabric. I paired the with 1930 Robert, Johnson and Rand spectators, 1940's Total Tie an a 1940's Marathon Air Command fedora.

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    Cheers, Eric -
     
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  15. Short Balding Guy

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    Cheers sir! Looking sharp as usual.

    Michael excellent coordinating choices this morning. The Dunn and Co. Harris Tweed is truly a classic jacket.

    Cheers folks. Eric -
     
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  16. Michael A

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    thanks Eric. It was a good day when the Dunn and Co turned up in my favorite vintage store.

    You were really pulling out the stops this morning. Super outfit. Super style.

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  17. regius

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  18. Short Balding Guy

    Short Balding Guy I'll Lock Up

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    Morning escapades found me sport'n a vintage tweed 3 piece suit, Stetson Flagship, vintage tie, and Alden Short-wing "gunboats."

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  19. Edward

    Edward Bartender

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    Those shoes are beautiful. Very rare these days to find perforated co-respondents; I wish someone would get on with these. I wear co-resps. most of the tiem in any normal Spring & Summer, but these are just outstanding. Leather shoes are my go-to in Summer for breathability, but perforated would be even better.

    Amazing shoes - perforated, or is that just pattern? I love the spade sole shape. Wish somebody would bring that back in so I could pick up a few pairs!

    I get you. I often wake up with a hankering to wear a particular hat or shoes, then the whole outfit flows thereafter.... I've even dressed to a specific tie before.
     
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  20. Short Balding Guy

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    Sunday tomfoolery in a vintage Pendelton jacket, cords, 1930's Brock fedora, vintage 1940's tie, tweed vest and some modern Alden longwings.

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