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The concensus here has been to store your ties rolled. I have read this here and elsewhere and the "logic" was that ties hanged, especially knitted ties will stretch and crease etc. I found this old thread http://www.styleforum.net/showthread.php?t=95630 that pretty much sums up the rolling. So I started to store my ties rolled up. However, in this thread http://www.styleforum.net/showthread.php?t=177396 David Hober of Sam Hober Ties states this "True - ties...
Quote: Originally Posted by sooner Any thoughts on a pocket square with the previously mentioned suit, shirt and tie? first congrats on your approaching wedding. I wouldn't bother with the pocket square to be honest. Not too sure about the pink ties as well(I know it's already been decided) I would have gone with pink carnations in the lapel hole instead. Again congrats and buona fortuna to you both!
I had this saved for myself as a record, hoepfully it will help you get your head around Isaia's different lines. Quality wise, they varied over the years. They had a diffusion line that was fused but I think most of their current line is canvassed (someone correct me if I'm wrong) from what i've seen and felt in the stores. Originally Posted by cksnipe The Sirio ( S Body)- The most popular body within the Isaia line is also the fullest in structure The S Body is...
I'm always astounded about how threads quickly become about Vox, but I'm not complaining.
Quote: Originally Posted by legorogel why would anyone spend 7400$ for a RTW Suit when you could get a top bespoke suit for less ? kind of reminds me of this recent thread http://www.styleforum.net/showthread.php?t=178224 As quoted in the article "The cost of creating those things has nothing to do with the price," said David A. Aaker, the vice chairman of Prophet, a brand consulting firm. "It is all about who else is wearing them, who...
ahhh....beautiful boots and a great price. Wish they were a half size smaller. Good luck!
Single as traditionally it would latch onto a button. However, since most overcoats don't even have that button, so you can go with two for a symmetrical look and not look wrong for it. I've seen overcoats that do not even have a lapel button hole.
funny...just read this thread as well. Take a look and hopefully it can help you. http://www.styleforum.net/showthread.php?t=166367
I like it. Personally I like the grey suit that Cary Grant wore in North by Northwest.
I know this is a large, but can you estimate the neck size for me?
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