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On the Street in NYC....The Italian

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Well, needless to say the tie hangs too low and the short end is longer than that long end...did he get dressed in the dark?
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On the blog, the S explains that this is a deliberate affectation that allowed the S to mark him as an Italian.
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Those ties must be hugely long to get that effect. Scott, tell Jay Kos that the pigeon toe thing is hot...on models. Female models.
Tom
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i don't think it is so much that the tie is long than it is that the guy is short....
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Is this tie really considered too long? I have always made mine a similar length and most the people I deal with through work I think they do too, but I never thought that they looked Italian. This is not how the Italian people dressed in my neighborhood growing up, in fact I don't ever remember seeing too many ties on the street.
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Originally Posted by tiger02
Those ties must be hugely long to get that effect. Scott, tell Jay Kos that the pigeon toe thing is hot...on models. Female models.
Tom

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All my ties look like that, I tuck the narrow end into my trouser band.
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