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    switched my style up to be dhv. I now wear, Hanes vneck, pea coat, trench coat, shirts, loafers, fingerless gloves, jeans, belts, chinos. All expensive clothes. I have black trench coat , and beige trench coat. got a nice multi layered bracelet. Also got an oxblood neckerchief for black trench coat and black neckerchief for beige trench coat. So is there any other item of clothing I'm missing that is DHV?

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    I mean this is my way of peacocking. Peacocking is correct term not DHV.

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    What is DHV? For that matter, what is peacocking?

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    DHV= demonstration of high value
    Peacocking = being unique in style

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    Quote Originally Posted by klimax View Post
    DHV= demonstration of high value
    Peacocking = being unique in style
    Thanks, I was wondering the same thing! (287)
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    Quote Originally Posted by klimax View Post
    DHV= demonstration of high value
    Peacocking = being unique in style
    Thanks for the explanation.

    So, to answer your question, I will say that clothing that fits well is always flattering. And, it seems as though you have acquired clothing that is considered classic so you will be in style no matter what. Best of luck to you!
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    Thanks very much.

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    Yea.... But don't lock yourself into a perceived style. Change is good. Spend a bit of time establishing in your mind the fit and fabrics that really work for you. Some things might look good in isolation but not work on your frame. Cut Is everything and worth paying for.
    Fingerless gloves? Very unsexy. I'll be Bob Cratchet, you can be Scrooge. ;-)

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    All depends on how it fits, looks, etc. Post some example pics. We can't really give you opinions on hypothetical outfits. For now, though, it doesn't sound too great.

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    I was peacocking as a teen (long before The Game, I think that's the name, came out and made a fuss about pretty normal teen behaviour, claiming that adults should continue with it) and whilst it was fun for a while it basically did attract all the wrong women.

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    Tell me more. What is The Game? How does it relate to DHV and Peacocking?

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    Which blazer is nicer?





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    Last edited by klimax; 24th November 2013 at 04:18 PM.

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    I'd personally avoid those cheap Asian-style ebay clothes. Quality, fit, and construction are very poor. They are clipped at the back to make them appear flattering. If you want to demonstrate high value, why not invest in some quality blazers?

    Hopefully you can return them if you are unhappy with them.

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    Today I wore a Asian style pea coat and got a compliment of how well it fits me.

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    You, my friend, need a fedora

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    Lol no way, I don't see Londoners wear cowboy hats

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