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That's the thing. I get a sense of depth from it that makes me think it's the weave which creates the appearance rather than any particular pattern woven on it. After checking back I think it looks less like an end on end than a royal oxford - both of which can be plenty formal as fabrics go.Noodles, what's the shirt actually like?
SVB, there are very few here who will be able to appreciate and love that tie. There are very few that will accept the context for this long lived look, regarless of its place in the sartorial history.I however, am one of them.
Is that an end-on-end cloth? Do you see end on end as being somehow casual?
Lots of good stuff in there, some of it from me.
It's a polarizing fabric. It is also totally boss to handle in person and the red comes off very well.
Have you posted this question in the unfunded liabilities thread yet? That's really the place to get an answer.
Man wears a coat like that, you know he's willing to contract VD from somewhere. Which is why @DerekS would still buy it even if the sleeves are short.
If you can get a mirror shine on the deco black I would love to see it. My experience with it has been that maintaining the subtle variations in color are extremely difficult since so much of it is a combination of polish and finishing rather than in the leather itself. I'd be especially curious to see how the bleaching plays out.
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