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Up on the rooftop garden bar here at The Apartment in Shanghai, it's getting cold in the evenings now, and I decided to eke a bit more value out of this cheesy Zara shirt.



Tanqueray Ten martinis on the way!
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Wool tie by Kevin & Howlin (Dublin)

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Dat tie, Mr. Diaz is awesome! You went for the "speeeezzz" with your knot. lol8%5B1%5D.gif I like it. 

i have that same tie and its amazing. i cant wait to wear it. have not busted it out yet. looking good, diaz.
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From the unstapled challenge.

 

Closeup and shoes (Click to show)

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Originally Posted by Ianiceman View Post

...including sleeping in a new suit to break it in and feel comfortable in it when the cameras are rolling.

I do this all the time. I wear my suits to work.
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Originally Posted by Louis XIV View Post

If in doubt I always prefer a tie knot too small over one too large, thus a single FIH would have been my preference.
As for the tie itself, I don't like its color/pattern, but I am a sucker for CBD so maybe it's just not conservative enough for my taste but in good taste generally speaking.

Thanks for the explanation. I generally hate fat tie knots but I didn't consider this fat. I aimed for the middle grounds, but obviously missed.

The tie is certainly not CBD, I agree absolutely.
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Originally Posted by Betelgeuse View Post

Great tie!

Thank you. It seems to be sort of controversial at least. smile.gif

arglist
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From the unstapled challenge.

 

Closeup and shoes (Click to show)

 

Love your coat.

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Thanks brah!

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That jacket, it is teh ugly! But mysteriously I REALLY like it.

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Edited by rudals1281 - 10/6/13 at 1:11pm
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Homecoming weekend.
Alumni banquet. Ditched the paisley PS for a simple, white linen.
Edited by clarinetplayer - 10/4/13 at 10:45am
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I love the combination of pink shirt and black knit, especially with a charcoal suit to hold it all.


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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

This is the most transparently untrue statement you've ever made on StyFo.

really? wow, thats pretty awesome.

You're the man who won't wear his new-ish shoes if there's a chance of weather. There's no way you're putting anything you like on top of a car.
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LXIV, what is it you dislike about the tie and knot? It's a double four in hand that I used as with a single the knot would be too small for the shirt collar.

 

Thanks for your help!

 

arglist

 

 

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Originally Posted by Louis XIV View Post


If in doubt I always prefer a tie knot too small over one too large, thus a single FIH would have been my preference.
As for the tie itself, I don't like its color/pattern, but I am a sucker for CBD so maybe it's just not conservative enough for my taste but in good taste generally speaking.

 

 

I can see both sides of this: I like the symmetry and size of a windsor with a spread collar sometimes, but if the tie's a bit thicker or the collar not as wide, the FIH fits fine.  There's just something a bit casual and boyish about it, though, so I have to be in that kind of mood.  

 

As for the DFIH, I've adopted that from SF but only for knits, where I find it gives a cool kind of conical thing without stretching the tie about too much.  I don't like it on ties with a tighter cloth as it gives a knot that looks stubby and square-ish to me.

 

So if a windsor is too big or too stuffy, a FIH is too small or too scruffy, then may I recommend a Pratt/Shelby?  I like that it's symmetrical and neat - very business - but it's not fat and bulky like a windsor as it lies much flatter.  It's definitely my regular go-to for work dress.

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excellent self congratulation, SB. smile.gif

looks good.
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i have that same tie and its amazing. i cant wait to wear it. have not busted it out yet. looking good, diaz.

I want it too...who it be from?
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