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Originally Posted by XKxRome0ox View Post

Is a shoe circle really a circle with just two people?

oh yes it is!!!

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diaz - what is the pattern on the tie, cant tell from the pics? it looks great tho.

iangp - stylin

m0bbie - that shirt really does not belong with a suit, and you aint gonna get any love around here for a skinny burberry check tie. i get the vibe that you like "iconic" branded patterns. which is fine if thats your thing. just know its not a fave around here. also, the quasi monochrome look isnt working in that fit. sorry, dude.
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diaz - what is the pattern on the tie, cant tell from the pics? it looks great tho.
 

It is this tie. Functionally solid from a distance smile.gif

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^^ very cool, thanks. ^^
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chest shot only, today.

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And just when you thought the collar discussion was done ...
Thanks for your perfect timing Spoo. I've complimented your pics several times in the past so you know I'm not trying to pile on here , but I've always thought that your vertically striped shirts with a really thick collar band of horizontal stripes, as shown in today's pic, looks off to me. I dunno if you deliberately request or choose that, or if it's your signature look, or if it's just a consequence of your preference for taller collars, but I only notice it on your aggressively striped shirts and it always seems to spoil the congruence of your collar shape/spread/tie knot combo. All IMO of course!

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Originally Posted by Ianiceman View Post

Put it this way - when I wear a striped shirt, moderate spread, top button fastened, tie knotted up, you can't see any collar band. When you do it like today you have about 1.5 inches or more of horizontal striped collar band visible from behind your tie and between your collar points.
It reminds me of a lad I know who paired a seersucker jacket with a horizontally striped seersucker tie. The horizontal meets vertical stripes of the same colour and scale.

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I never noticed that. Ask Eric Gleanie smile.gif
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Not diggin' that tie, stitches. Small scale prints and multi-coloured madders are the only paisleys I really find tasteful... confused.gif

 

Well actually in my opinion all jacquards should be burned, but that's a bit radical lol8[1].gif

 

Colours are fine and suit looks nice, though!

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Not diggin' that tie, stitches. Small scale prints and multi-coloured madders are the only paisleys I really find tasteful... confused.gif

Well actually in my opinion all jacquards should be burned, but that's a bit radical lol8%5B1%5D.gif

Colours are fine and suit looks nice, though!

ah well, horses for courses. i forgot to mention though, it was a chanukah gift from rambo, last year. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gificon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

glad you are down with the colors and suit. smile.gif
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Quick and dirty

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RLPL
Borrelli
Tie from Salvation Army smile.gif
TF
Audemars Piguet

 

Like the suit, the tie and the shirt. 

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^^ very cool, thanks. ^^
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chest shot only, today.

 

The fabric of the jacket looks marvelous stitches!

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A kinda-sorta formal dance Saturday night. Black and white was the theme, but not owning a tuxedo, I went with my sadly too small navy suit (with fashionably high buttoning point, as you can see). Close enough. Time for a new navy suit, though.

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Originally Posted by Betelgeuse View Post

The fabric of the jacket looks marvelous stitches!

why thanks!
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Looking good as always, Kap

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Good Morning-

SC: HF
Shirt: Eton
Tie: BB
Vest: RL
Belt: AE
Trousers. Canalized
Shoes: Alden Shell
Watch: Chopard MM

Thanks..

EDIT: Jeez, sorry guys, I didn't see the shoe shot was so blurry until it was actually posted. I never understood why folks posted blurry photo - now I know how it happens.....thx,
Edited by Owen Meany - 12/11/12 at 10:25am
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Looking good as always, Kap

Thank you nod[1].gif
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Originally Posted by XKxRome0ox View Post

Is a shoe circle really a circle with just two people?

 

Shoe dyad, maybe? smile.gif

 

Originally Posted by Caustic Man View Post
Originally Posted by m0bbie View Post

He is my favorite Marvel character...

I was more of a Green Goblin kind of guy.

No love for Victor Von Doom? Dude is dictator of an entire country... and the population actually really likes him. That's a pretty neat trick to pull off. Plus, gotta love the cape... peepwall[1].gif

 

 

 

 

I suspect today will be more to SF's liking than yesterday:

 

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