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Both my parents like to dress well, my father says its not expensive clothing that makes you look good but rather your personality and he definitely proved it correct, at least to me. My mother on the other hand had a lot of interest in knitting and tailoring and when I was a kid she would always make me really beautiful sweaters and coats but I didn't appreciate it very much as I wanted to dress like kids my age who wore department store clothes. I owe it to styleforum...
Quote: Originally Posted by mellowfellow TAKAHIROMIYASHITA TheSoloIst. x Oliver Peoples These remind me of Vintage Carrera and Vintage Derapage designs that are maybe the inspiration behind these frames.
Quote: Originally Posted by Cutty Have you seen these before? Cheers! These are Vintage Carrera 5491 sunglasses.
Quote: Originally Posted by TRINI I have the same Sunglasses as the guy in this picture, love them.
Quote: Originally Posted by modalsaliency Something about that guy's steampunk moustache somehow sums up Rick Owens for me. I have a slightly different view here, I think the production of leather jackets should stop here until they find a way to make a sword sharper than a Samurai sword.
Will let the picture do the talking. More details here http://news.nationalgeographic.com/n...ouse-frog.html
Try doing a Google Image Search, sometimes it is quite useful.
Thanks PG for the picture. I really like this Bottega Veneta Tie Bar, its quite like what I have in mind for a Tie Bar. Do you wear it only for Business purposes or for other formal events as well?
Here are a few from ebay that look good to my eyes. A fairly expensive Georg Jensen Plain Gold Tie Bar with a wicked shape. http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...=STRK:MEWAX:IT An Engine turned design with a nice patina. http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...=STRK:MEWAX:IT Another Georg Jensen tie bar in silver. http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...K%3AMEWAX%3AIT A good one from Dunhill...
Quote: Originally Posted by Kent Wang To honestly answer your question, no, the plain sterling tie clip is the most classic. But onyx and MOP would be close. Howard Yount's hammered finish tie clip (shown before) is a nice alternative to plain that is quite subtle. Thanks for the link and your thoughts, though an optimist in me has some hopes that someone will post a picture of a tie clip more classic than a plain silver one. What...
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