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That jacket is the least of your problems. Those pants are huuuuge.

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A week of no ties
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can the same effect be achieved with a spread collar or does it have to be a button down?
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can the same effect be achieved with a spread collar or does it have to be a button down?

Spread collar without a tie either works on you or it really doesn't.
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Not sure about this. What do you think?
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Pants are way too baggy.

And before some wrinklehead here tells you to get them tapered, what you really need is pants that are slimmer from top to bottom.
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I like this a lot-  subdued and not costume-ish. Autumnal. ^^

curious- yr left foot's bigger than yr right, opp/ me

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Not the best fit pic really. Me and my saturday evening pastime.
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Achillus got mobbed for his blue jacket/brown pants fit ...
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There was talk of Occupy SF and Neapolitan DB drama ...
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Interspersed with talk of ties with boners ... mine obviously has none ...
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Crusty rocked quite a few 3 pieces ... much to the joy of many
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and the FooCuff was also heavily deliberated in some quarters...
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it was a good week (or so) in SF

Awesome looks Nii!! The first one and that three piece especially!

It's starting to get cold, last days for that quilted jacket...


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Crusty rocked quite a few 3 pieces ... much to the joy of many
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This could be the cover shot for a Master's thesis on "Why Men Should Dress Well in Autumn." Outstanding.
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Ties look great. well done
 

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Not the best fit pic really. Me and my saturday evening pastime.
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can the same effect be achieved with a spread collar or does it have to be a button down?

I don't know if this is related at all, but I've recently started having shirts made with a regular collar (not spread) because I almost never wear a tie. I find that the regular spread give more of a collar from the profile view when I wear them open.
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I don't know if this is related at all, but I've recently started having shirts made with a regular collar (not spread) because I almost never wear a tie. I find that the regular spread give more of a collar from the profile view when I wear them open.

Who are you working with?
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At the moment I only own spread collars so that is why I asked.

I think the photos I quoted of PG are of button down collars and spread collars. It all depends on the length of the color I assume for it to sit correctly when left unbuttoned.

I just want hope to avoid the collar popping out of the sweater/jacket like in the 70's.
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you might benefit from the wurkinstiff collar stays then
http://www.wurkinstiffs.com/power-stays.html
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really work? seems like magic happy.gif
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