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My money is on E. Marinella :tounge:

 

If not, it's something you would be likely to find in that brand anyways.

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Any advice where to buy this tie in the net?

Thanks!
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You sunofa...

 

I was going to wear something very similar to this to dinner on Saturday. ONE OF US IS GOING TO HAVE TO CHANGE!

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Any advice where to buy this tie in the net?

Thanks!

 

 

No idea on that particular tie - perhaps Malford knows...

 

E. & G. Cappelli is a good online source to get ties of that style.

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Any advice where to buy this tie in the net?

Thanks!

Well, he runs a great online store that sells, among other things, ties--I'd presume his tie came from there, or if not, he certainly would sell similar ones: http://www.malfordoflondon.com/en/

Otherwise, Marinella, Cappelli, or Drakes would be my first stops.
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My money is on E. Marinella tounge.gif

If not, it's something you would be likely to find in that brand anyways.

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Well, he runs a great online store that sells, among other things, ties--I'd presume his tie came from there, or if not, he certainly would sell similar ones: http://www.malfordoflondon.com/en/

Otherwise, Marinella, Cappelli, or Drakes would be my first stops.

Thank you very much for your help, Capelli, Malford of London and Drakes are under control because I frecuently visit these sites, Drake's has a very similar one but now is out of stock.
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Speaking of malford, I would like to thank him for this jacket that is seeing it's first wear of the year. have a good weekend folks!

FYI, my first sleeves shrunk a great deal sadly. I need to buy new shirts frown.gif


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Malford's outfit is great sans the pocket square.
I dont think it adds anything to the look. Am I alone here?
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Malford and Butch have given me inspiration for how to use a few pieces in my wardrobe that I've found difficult to pair.
Quick stop into the office on a summer (technically still true) Friday led to this tieless action. Again, urgency dictated android selfies.


Deets:
PRL Corneliani linen blend
Borrelli
Trafalgar
Borrelli
Panthy
Square and shoes are unremarkable.
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Agreed, like in many cases, white linen would probably look a lot better there. Everything else in that is absolutely killer though.

 

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Originally Posted by Spurious View Post

Malford's outfit is great sans the pocket square.
I dont think it adds anything to the look. Am I alone here?
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I wear a 15.75 New York slim fit, but the shirt has 35.5 inch sleeves, which is too long for me, while the Tokyo slim fit has 33 inch sleeves, which is too short for me. Need something in between :fu:

 

Been complaining about this for months. Their sizing makes no sense for a retail store in the US that is now generating strong interest from non japanese customers. They need a 34.5 Sleeve length on all their slim fit shirts. 35 could work, a bit long, but whatever. 

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We were late for lunch, so I had zero time to mess with the balance of the camera. Anyway, my attempt at "shoulder season" (thanks for the phrase, HF).

 

Linen jacket with lightweight wool trousers and a wool/cotton blend tie in very autumnal colors.

 

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That's excellent. Well done.

 

Hopefully I can start posting again. In the middle of a lot right now.

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We were late for lunch, so I had zero time to mess with the balance of the camera. Anyway, my attempt at "shoulder season" (thanks for the phrase, HF).

Linen jacket with lightweight wool trousers and a wool/cotton blend tie in very autumnal colors.



Here is a good use of a bright tie and PS that perks up the total look of a coat and trouser that, on their own, are excellent. What I especially appreciate is the quality of the trouser with this casual sport coat. Just a pet peeve, but, all too often, I see really great looking sport coats paired with wrinkled chinos right out of the washing machine. Clag shows how it should be done.
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Something a little different :/

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