That's something to consider, I just have had my eye on that rough silk for a long time. I'm not having a super formal wedding (it's hindu), but you're right, the houndstooth will look better in pictures than a bright blue rough silk.That being said, I'm getting both, because that Ocean Blue Rough Silk looks awesome and I just want it. Maybe I'll wear it to someone else's spring time wedding.
Ordering ties for my wedding finally, getting two just in case. I personally want the Thai Rough Silk in Ocean Blue, but my fiancee is iffy about how that will look during a reception, so I'm getting the new blue houndstooth as well as a buffer.
This is going with a mid grey suit and black...
I'm having a similar issue. I'll be wearing a mid grey suit for the reception and need to pick a tie for myself and my groomsmen.
I personally like bright colors and was thinking this for my groomsmen http://www.jcrew.com/mens_category/tiesandpocketsquares/ties/PRDOVR~04558/04558.jsp?color_name=morning-sky
and then something like this for me http://www.samhober.com/rough-thai-silk-ties/ocean-blue-thai-rough-silk-tie-5.html
But then again, I think maybe I should be more...
Originally Posted by Butter
Darn, even the 38s might not work then.
I have jackets in 30.5" (trying to get rid of), 30", 29" and 28.5". I can't really wear anything more than 29".
If it's slightly long, it'll still look fine. It's right in the shoulders, the chest, sleeves are an easy fix.
Dude, buy the damn thing. who cares about an extra inch of length, a good tailor can fix that too.
Originally Posted by rnoldh
Wow, I live right off Washington Ave ( one of the proposed next light rail projects ), and I pass by Main St. and the current existing light rail project often. It never seems filled and is often empty. The 7 mile measurement of success seems skewed, since it's the only 7 miles that exist.
The light rail project was also supposed to increase property values on Main St. where it ran by. It has not and property owners...