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With the Work Shirt, I typically wear a Bow Tie. I think keeping things away from the pocket treatments, stylistically is more appealing. EG always has a great offering of bows and I like my vintage collection for this treatment. Button downs will call for a Neck Tie when the outfit is suitable. I usually will wear one when I'm wearing a jacket. The appropriate knot is the fore in hand. http://www.tie-a-tie.net/fourinhand.html
Didn't know shorts could get you that far.
By Golly, you've done it! Both of your looks are spot on.
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Mike, we have one pair available. Give us a call at 617-547-2067
Curious to know what the writing instruments are that you're packing?
Simon,Many thanks for the review. The USN pant has become my favorite but still love my Workaday Fatigues. That fabric will be quintessential on the hot balmy days.The Drinkwater's shirt has been a labor of love and we are really pleased with fit and fabrics. I will put up some images today on our affiliate thread of the selections available this season. As a teaser, there is a Tangerine Bengal Stripe Seersucker Pop Over that's killer.
No, sorry!
We have the Navy Cotton Ripstop and a great International shipping deal. Come and get one.
We are stocking the Bal Coat and I will say that unlike most coated cottons the hand on this fabric is soft and suptle and no shine. I like this coat a lot, it has a removable hood and is the perfect light weight storm coat for the hot and rainy days ahead.
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