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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

Not CBD in any way.

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Originally Posted by Cantabrigian View Post

But when I wear my multi-colored knit tie, I always get compliments.

The second statement only further supports the first statement. Ethegent, we apologize for your not having the opportunity to participate in this latest version of this conversation.
post #6947 of 7015
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The second statement only further supports the first statement.

That was not unintentional.
post #6948 of 7015
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Originally Posted by Cantabrigian View Post

That was not unintentional.

I know. My reply was the inevitable follow up to your reply to Butchy's reply so that we could all go ahead, get through this latest occurence quickly and return to the part of our lives where we talk about clothes on the internet without having to pull out the noob lifecycle pic again.
post #6949 of 7015
I have decided to wear my fuzzy polka dot tie this week and you can all weigh in on just how bad it is. I expect it to be better received than Stitchy' effort but only time will tell. Stay tuned.
post #6950 of 7015
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Originally Posted by mktitsworth View Post

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Originally Posted by Cantabrigian View Post

That was not unintentional.

I know. My reply was the inevitable follow up to your reply to Butchy's reply so that we could all go ahead, get through this latest occurence quickly and return to the part of our lives where we talk about clothes on the internet without having to pull out the noob lifecycle pic again.

The recent membership and low post count made me wonder we were seeing some sock trolling. This is an odd choice for making one's first WAYWRN post.
post #6951 of 7015
Plenty of explanations for that. One being a misunderstanding of the different WAYWRN threads - There are what, five now? - or simply posting in the wrong thread. More data is necessary.
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Apologies for the iPhone quality. 

 

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post #6953 of 7015
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Originally Posted by mktitsworth View Post

Plenty of explanations for that. One being a misunderstanding of the different WAYWRN threads - There are what, five now? - or simply posting in the wrong thread. More data is necessary.

I just looked at all four of his posts, and they don't seem very troll-y or sock-ish. So, in the spirit of welcoming him to StyFo:

E the Gent: In addition to not being CBD (conservative business dress), this look is kinda all over the place. All of the pieces look okay, but you just shouldn't wear that tie with that shirt. Period. The sunglasses in the pocket, if just a practical choice, are fine. If not, please stop doing that. Finally, the jacket appears to be too tight in the chest.
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Apologies for the iPhone quality. 


post #6954 of 7015
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Originally Posted by mktitsworth View Post

I know. My reply was the inevitable follow up to your reply to Butchy's reply so that we could all go ahead, get through this latest occurence quickly and return to the part of our lives where we talk about clothes on the internet without having to pull out the noob lifecycle pic again.

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But I like the noob lifecycle pic.
post #6955 of 7015

Thanks for the feedback everyone. I am just now learning. I'll continue to do more searches. smile.gif

post #6956 of 7015
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Originally Posted by ColdEyedPugilist View Post

Two tie options today: Hober Grenadine or Drakes Boucle.

Opinions / suggestions?

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(I know it's the same Simonnot-Godard square I've been wearing; testing it out with different ensembles this week before it joins the regular rotation)

 

In my mind, there is a thin white line between what is conservative and what is not. Repp ties are sporty by nature and in practice, with the lone exception being a single pinstripe repp.

 

What say you?

post #6957 of 7015
In U.S., non-garish repp ties are more conservative than sporty.
post #6958 of 7015
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Originally Posted by recondite View Post

In my mind, there is a thin white line between what is conservative and what is not. Repp ties are sporty by nature and in practice, with the lone exception being a single pinstripe repp.

What say you?

Hober.

I have the same tie from Drakes. It's so thick that I wind up with a giant knot every time i want to wear it. It's like tying my duvet into a four in hand. Sure it can be done, but it never works.
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post #6960 of 7015
Whatup wit those pocket flaps Mr. Clean?
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