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Quote: Originally Posted by Artisan Fan I've seen several Talbotts but admittedly they might not represent the breed best. Talbott seven's, which are unlined, are far from flimsy. They will have more body than the standard Bizzochi ties you recommended. I can understand if Matt doesn't like the Talbott's if he prefers a thinner tie knot actually. Btw Matt, what sevens do you like? AM?
Quote: Originally Posted by ogduncan Is it worth it to buy a 7 fold tie. Can you see the difference do they tie better or is it just to be able to know you have the best money can buy. I can tell and see the difference when I am wearing one, an unlined seven fold is my fav. I have lined sevens and mto six folds (lined as well), but nothing looks and ties as nice as a quality made unlined seven to me.
Quote: Originally Posted by iammatt Unfortunately we rarely see complete albums that have a theme and message running through them. What are some of your calls for the all time great rock albums? Good choices Matt. Here are my choices for best overall theme. CCR -- Chronicle. U2 -- Joshua Tree The Who -- Who's Next? edit: coachvu and piobaire both have excellent choices.
Quote: Originally Posted by DarkNWorn They will also need to design cars that are desirable, both in form and function. When I look at the portfolio that is being offered from GM, the only car that looks nice is the Saturn Sky. Of course, beauty is in the eye of the beholder. However, I'll go out on a limb and say that, aesthetically speaking, people drive domestic cars because they have too, not because they want to. There are some ugly muglies out...
For me, the blazer is a requirement. I have two blazers I wear all the time, a rtw with dk brown horn and a mtm with silver metal buttons. I plan on getting a third in a heavier weight with patch pockets. I wear them with check or bolder striped shirts, patterned dress pants or jeans, and with antiqued monks or even brown wholecuts. I don't see anything security guard about the look. Btw, Satort you have a great looking blazer there.
A set of Ping S58 irons, these sticks are sweet. They are replacing my old set of G2 irons. The new clubs make the old ones look and feel like shovels in comparison, I should have done this a year ago. I included a secong pic to show the difference between them. Trust your swing and play the PING.
Huntsman, that is one great photo. Can you tell us how you set that pic up, why does it look so good?
Quote: Originally Posted by fritzl These are bespoke from a german workshop. Vickermann&Stoya in Baden-Baden Those look like great driving shoes, wouldn't mind seeing the sole shape...looks like thay use nomex material, very nice. I like the golf saddle shoes from the website. thanks for sharing.
Quote: Originally Posted by LabelKing It's so much satisfying and inappropriate driving with leather-soled dress shoes. +1
Quote: Originally Posted by Andre Yew The Puma Speedcats are a notable exception: the combination of its narrow sole and slippery rubber makes it really difficult to heel-toe, because my foot keeps slipping off the brake during the throttle blip. It's totally a poseur shoe. --Andre I couldn't disagree more, there is no shoe that is perfect for all. Peddle placement, the size of your foot, and brake peddle material (I have drilled...
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