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Y not an SF fave, stitch? Me likey da tie !

idk, last few times i posted it it was meet with some disdain. i freaking love it. i think it has a perfect plum hue, and it ties and holds a perfect knot. smile.gif
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I like it, estitchy. The shirt is blue microcheck? 

thanks! indeed it is.
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Vintage evening wear from Carl-Axel Pettersons Herrkläder

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derk - i like the green and navy. i keep hearing people say that green and blue are no go, but i think they are superb together. reminds me of lush leaves of a summer tree against a blue sky. mother nature knows what she is doing. .

thanks mang!!
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Nice, Derek! What colour is the shirt? I can distinguish the colour.
thanks B! shirt is white with light blue microcheck
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Casual day today...complete with anal beads wink.gif


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damn good Ian!!
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Overly open quarters and slight x at the buttoning point due to a small balance problem on the jacket, I hope I can get that sorted out because other than that I'm pretty happy with it.

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I like it Mr. Diaz! 

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Spring is finally here in Vienna!
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lovely browns and blues, diaz and timo.
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Rock solid.
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If one of the SF photochop pros, doesn't do something with this, I will loose all hope for humanity.
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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post

I'm not a fan of jeans with sportcoats but when you add a tie to it, I think any chance you had of making it work goes out the window.

Ralph Lauren and Andy Warhol respectfully disagree.
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Spring is finally here in Vienna!

 

 

Nice suit, Timo. 

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Originally Posted by pocketsquareguy View Post

Ralph Lauren and Andy Warhol respectfully disagree.


Funny enough when I wrote this I said to myself, "gus will post a pic of him wearing this to disprove me".

I think some people (like you) pull this off, although I think you wear sportcoats and jeans sans tie, but when you add a tie to it, you need to be Andy Warhol (a well known, kooky artist) our Ralph Lauren ( a well known designer with some kooky personal outfits). When you are simply Claghorn in South Korea, you look bad.
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If one of the SF photochop pros, doesn't do something with this, I will loose all hope for humanity.

I'm worried about where the missing hose is stuck.......
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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post

Funny enough when I wrote this I said to myself, "gus will post a pic of him wearing this to disprove me".

I think some people (like you) pull this off, although I think you wear sportcoats and jeans sans tie, but when you add a tie to it, you need to be Andy Warhol (a well known, kooky artist) our Ralph Lauren ( a well known designer with some kooky personal outfits). When you are simply Claghorn in South Korea, you look bad.

Growing up in the NYC area in the 60's and being influenced by my friends older brothers coming home from prep schools and Ivy league colleges, we did the combination of jeans, tweed, corduroy or blue blazers and tie. It was during the transition from a more formal society dress code to the late 60's "anything goes". We still had to wear a tie to dances, etc., but we could wear jeans now for the first time. It was comfortable yet you were also part of 'the club" so to speak. In the late 70's when I used to run into Andy Warhol at the Museum of American Folk Art events. We were about the only two guys wearing BDOC, blue blazers, rep ties under 70 years old. However, we were the only two guys wearing Levis.

I still like the look today, with a tie. Especially knit silk or cashmere. Like a lot of great sportswear, I think it has a true all-American pedigree.
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