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post #12511 of 37077
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Double four-in-hand, pull the end through both loops. It does not look good in the picture you quoted.

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post #12512 of 37077
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Originally Posted by MBreinin View Post
Double Four In Hand. Wrap it twice.

Mike

Thank you all!
post #12513 of 37077
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Originally Posted by Holdfast View Post

Out of your vast repertoire of spectacular ties, this must be among the most "busy". And combined with that PS, the effect is sheer brilliance.
post #12514 of 37077
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Double four-in-hand, pull the end through both loops. It does not look good in the picture you quoted.

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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post
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Mind providing a little more constructive criticism than that? What don't you think looks good about it?
post #12515 of 37077
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Those sunglasses killed it, man.

It might be a regional thing, a ton of people down here wear Costa's. They are a lot more of a "sports wear" type pair of sunglasses though.
post #12516 of 37077
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
Who's trippin' down the Streets of the city? Thursday:



Panta (by Ed Morel) lined, untipped six-fold (yes, six) tie:

- B

Sen. Voxsartoria in the making ?! Great stuff!
post #12517 of 37077
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post
I always do this poof with my tie and women always grab the bottom of it and pull it down flat while saying, "It's poofing." It has been done to me by various ladies so often that I get really aggravated when it happens and they always take offense to it. Just another example of how much women think they know about dressing. I think it is funny how they all feel entitled to just grab at it and mess with it. Same goes for the pocketsquare, they looove pulling them out and saying, "I wanted to see if it was real." Has anybody ever seen a "fake" pocketsquare? What does that even mean?

This is almost, but not quite, Film Noir Buff nostalgia.


- B
post #12518 of 37077
Trying to brighten a grey day
post #12519 of 37077
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Originally Posted by Kaplan View Post
Good stuff.

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Originally Posted by ManofKent View Post
Good stuff. Pretty unspringlike here - 15oC

Thank you, both.
Tomorrow more sun over here, MoK.
post #12520 of 37077
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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post
waitwut????



BTW, I give my full support to the current posting of wives/girlfriend trend
The tux cost £100, semi canvased, and is in it's raw state. I will hve it tailored when my man is available, such as having the legs slimmed down and possible some alteration on the waist of the jacket.

The girl however costs me much more every day...
post #12521 of 37077
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Originally Posted by Blackhood View Post
Not normally smart enough for WAYWRN, but seeing as I went to a ball yesterday I figured I'd chip in for what its worth.



Done on a Budget of £100 and "raw", becuase my tailor is currently on holliday. The bastard.

Looks terrific, just shorten the trousers. And WTH with monks? :roma:
post #12522 of 37077
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Has anybody ever seen a "fake" pocketsquare? What does that even mean?

Yup. Not uncommom. It's a cardboard square with the points of a square (only) stapled to it.
post #12523 of 37077
Nice jacket JP
post #12524 of 37077
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Originally Posted by Blackhood View Post
The girl however costs me much more every day...

Truer words have rarely been spoken...
post #12525 of 37077
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post
I always do this poof with my tie and women always grab the bottom of it and pull it down flat while saying, "It's poofing." It has been done to me by various ladies so often that I get really aggravated when it happens and they always take offense to it. Just another example of how much women think they know about dressing. I think it is funny how they all feel entitled to just grab at it and mess with it. Same goes for the pocketsquare, they looove pulling them out and saying, "I wanted to see if it was real." Has anybody ever seen a "fake" pocketsquare? What does that even mean?

Perhaps the solution is hanging out with women who regularly spend time with well dressed men, as opposed to the kind of guys who wear fake pocket squares...
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