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The lining is a bit more substantial than Drake's, but it makes a perfect knot everytime for me, dimple and all. Here's one Cappelli madder from last year (Drake's offers this in their "shorter length" catalog):

 

 

 

This is actually found under "twill silk ties" in Cappelli's catalog - there are some hidden madders in there. The one I'm wearing today is on the OUTLET section, too.

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I have that same hank, RD. It's only now summer in San Francisco, though, so I haven't had much opportunity to wear it lately.
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Yeah, I remember I bought it after seeing a pic of yours :p

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Rainy day in the arctics.

 

 

 

 

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Jacket - Baumler.
Shirt - Pink.
Tie - Dehavilland.
PS - T&A.
Trousers - MTM, Manning & Manning
Shoes - CT.
Braces - Albert Thurston.
 
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2nd date with the new Conrad Wu tie. And the lapel pin specifically for southernstyle. Suck it. wink.gif

Suit by Isaia, Borrelli shirt, Conrad Wu tie, McNairy "fuck off" square, and JLobb Westminsters

Wish there was a figurative font because we all know that Stitchy Poo might not realize what your intention and would gladly take up this offer. 

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Org, that is pure Apparel Arts perfection, with just enough of an easy air to make it very "real-world." I'm not a hat guy, myself, but yours is clearly well-proportioned.

 

RoyA, given that I wore a more minimal version of your latest post yesterday, it might not be surprising that I think yours has a great silhoutte, but needs to be toned down a bit. I wouldn't dress a windowpane jacket up that far. I also think your shirt's pattern is a bit much in and of itself, and as much pattern as you have between the shirt, tie, and hank is too much for so little color. Not a bad effort, but it falls into the valley between a touch of dandyism and full-on maximalism.

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Back from vacation in the Pacific Northwest. Any resemblance to a fully conscious human being is totally coincidental.

Suit and boots - Paul Stuart
Shirt - Harvie & Hudson
Tie & braces - PRL
Cufflinks - Vancouver Art Gallery (handcrafted by a First Nations artist)

Nice! And I just happened to be wearing that very same shirt today....
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Rainy day in the arctics.







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Jacket - Baumler.

Shirt - Pink.

Tie - Dehavilland.

PS - T&A.


Trousers - MTM, Manning & Manning

Shoes - CT.

Braces - Albert Thurston.

 




Nice! And even nicer to see a fellow audiophile......(assuming you would admit to being as such)
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Greetings all. It's been a while since I posted here. Here's what I wore the other day. Cheers!

 

 

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2nd date with the new Conrad Wu tie. And the lapel pin specifically for southernstyle. Suck it. wink.gif

Suit by Isaia, Borrelli shirt, Conrad Wu tie, McNairy "fuck off" square, and JLobb Westminsters

 

More dates to come!

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Org, that is pure Apparel Arts perfection, with just enough of an easy air to make it very "real-world." I'm not a hat guy, myself, but yours is clearly well-proportioned.

 

RoyA, given that I wore a more minimal version of your latest post yesterday, it might not be surprising that I think yours has a great silhoutte, but needs to be toned down a bit. I wouldn't dress a windowpane jacket up that far. I also think your shirt's pattern is a bit much in and of itself, and as much pattern as you have between the shirt, tie, and hank is too much for so little color. Not a bad effort, but it falls into the valley between a touch of dandyism and full-on maximalism.

 

The idea was to play with different shades of blue. But I get your point: less is more.

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Nice! And even nicer to see a fellow audiophile......(assuming you would admit to being as such)

 

Thank you.

Sort of audiophile, I'm a bit into british hi-fi.

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This is great.
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Org, that is pure Apparel Arts perfection, with just enough of an easy air to make it very "real-world." I'm not a hat guy, myself, but yours is clearly well-proportioned.

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This is great.

Thanks, guys. This may be the last season for this jacket. I love the fabric, but it just doesn't fit very well around the collar.
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