Lol, I didn't change anything about the tie, it's still the original colour. Can't be bothered to change the PS, it's too much work, but here's navy for you:
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This is love, no need to spoil.
@MonkeyFace: Nice jacket, really liked it.
@Estitchy: getting ready to race Spoo?
It's been cold in Mexico City these days and on Saturday we experienced an earthquake that scared me a lot, I don't get scared easily by earthquakes but this one was not cool. So I don't want to be cold today. Also I didn't shave.
Somehow, my Shiraz must have been stronger than I had first imagined - the steaks I remember, the singing and dancing I'm a bit more iffy on. As for "a sight for the ages", were we singing and dancing, wouldn't that have been more like "a shonda for the neighbors", or do you have terpsichorean talents hidden from the eyes of ordinary mortals, boychik?
Jus' askin' . . .
Next time, Tirailleur, definitely to be invited . . .
Thanks for the constructive criticism.
The lighting in that picture is terrible. It's like that episode of Seinfeld. The pants are linen. They tend to wrinkle. I don't think a steamer would help given that I had worn them all day. I'm not photoshoot fresh.
Speaking of ties, I recently picked up this Drakes that I had been coveting for a couple of years. I don't think I did so hot with it today:
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If you just don't like the tie, that's fine, but I'd prefer to hear from those who have suggestions on better pairings.
Great tie. The dots really "pop" making a nice graphic/geometric statement. But you are right, it isn't working with that suit.
1) Navy blazer
2) Ivory linen jacket
I would avoid pin stripes and windowpane patterns but I bet it would look sensational with a solid colored herringbone weave fabric.
I would wear it with a solid colored probably white PS. The pattern is strong enough that I don't think you want to compete with it.
When you showed us the photo on your phone, the jacket looked to be pure yellow, but on my monitor now, it's a little more like chartreuse - which is correct? A VERY powerful color to tame down into a 'fit, boychik - it may still be there when you next come to NYC . . .