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Originally Posted by Frankie22 View Post

It's not appalling bad. It's not even "bad". He's a young kid. Aside form the tie, the look reflects his age and current trends.

It's awful.

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MisterFu

 

It seems you are reading my mind! Of course a 3 piece can be worn without a tie. I did that today and quite like the result. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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On the contrary, I quite like this setup (nifty jacket). This doesn't need a tie. 3 piece suit needs a tie biggrin.gif.

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Originally Posted by bernoulli View Post

MisterFu

 

It seems you are reading my mind! Of course a 3 piece can be worn without a tie. I did that today and quite like the result. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Actually, I think you are right - with this suit color and shirt combo, you actually pull it off quite well. But I'm not sure I would try it with that new suit of yours.

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Thanks for the compliments. This suit has a very faint herringbone, and I agree with you that it is tricky to pull it off a 3-piece sans tie. One of the perks of working in the intersection of Academia and the Business World is that sometimes I can try different looks without being out of place.

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Actually, I think you are right - with this suit color and shirt combo, you actually pull it off quite well. But I'm not sure I would try it with that new suit of yours.

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SB, love what you did today. The orange knit with the flannely gray, very cool.

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Henry Carter, I like the shape of your Meermins.
Are they on the Hiro or Olfe last?
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Thanks, they are the olfe last.
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Originally Posted by southernstyle View Post

Rainy Monday turd wear:


Southern, I usually find your stuff way over the top, but the top part here is really cool !!
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It feels great to be able to take pictures outside again (without having to wade through three feet of snow)!

AppleMark

(One of my pocket flaps appear to be camera shy)
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An older Chester Barrie suit with a self-belt
-TTO
( I have since retied my tie a little longer & de-sprezzed my collar )
Edited by TTO - 5/8/13 at 4:50am
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Today is currently a monsoon here in NYC, and I've dressed accordingly - things due to visit the dry cleaner soon, and other detritus.

Sports jacket, trousers, & shirt - BB
Tie - Barney's NYC
PS - Brand X (no brand name given)
Shoes - Italian-made J & M


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TTO - simply wonderful!
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Originally Posted by MisterFu View Post

The linen suit you posted last week looked absolutely terrific. This outfit, however, is appalling bad. As if the tie situation wasn't horrible enough, when I saw the jeans a little part of me died inside. 

I don't usually comment on things I don't like, but I feel like you know better than to wear something like this. smile.gif


Yeah I agree. This looks pretty bad. Mullet steez going on here. And the tie makes it next level bad. I have seem you execute jacket/tie and jeans combo well in the past but this however... Is just bad frown.gif
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Go on and hate on the long tie, but I'm short, damn it: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

no...just...no. I dont even hate the denim and jacket combo...but come on man. That tie just looks clownish. Tuck. Or buy a proper length that fits you.

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i think i left my fucks to give at home...
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