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Awesome! Deets on the tie?

 

Grenadine sevenfold I got at Zaremba Bespoke Tailoring in Warsaw. The tie comes from Italy though. Here is a more detailed picture: 

 

http://milerszyje.pl/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/CRW_4285.jpg

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Tom Miler

 

Superb!!!:nodding: 

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CottonD: such nice colours.

I'm don't like BD with tie that much, but I'll make an exception for this outfit which is yammy. Harmony without boredom.

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Your tie. Give it to me now. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

PM me and we can work out a price. OF A MILLION DOLLARS!!!!
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Wear the white PS with a blue or micro-stripe shirt.  With a white shirt, wear something that contrasts with your tie. And you're welcome smile.gif

oh hell no.

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cotton dockers, thanks. looking mightily spiffy your own self.
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Tom Miller: Just beautiful. It's something to aspire for. Styish and individual. And fit is good.

For me it's not that common to see one pleat, but it works well on you.

Some may say that the tie is too city, but for me it's perfect with that shirt and suit.

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Originally Posted by Cotton Dockers View Post
 

I also really like your jacket. Do you find that it is close to as versatile as the standard navy?

 

That was the plan when I ordered it; it's pretty much what I use it for. I'm not really much of a fan of traditional solid navy blazers with gold buttons and so on (for myself; they're OK in theory), so wanted something a bit more casual for the autumn/winter months. I do have at least a couple of solid navy summer jackets, but one's a linen/hemp herringbone and the other a tropical wool with white buttons, so neither of those is particularly traditional either. Maybe in another decade or two, I'll consider myself old enough to get a traditional one. :D

 

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Interesting.

 

I love all the items and the general impression given off, but am not entirely convinced the shirt/tie combo belong with the suit/hat, and whether either shirt/tie or suit/hat work well with white braces. But nonetheless, I still like it, so it must work. As I said, interesting! Keep posting more fits!

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Harris tweed suit with cuffed trousers, braces, granadine tie and a Harris Tweed flat cap biggrin.gifbiggrin.gifbiggrin.gif 
Photos by K. Łukowicz




How'd the Newsies audition go?
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Stitchy, didn't you have a grey wedding tie? There's something about purple ties with white shirts that screams "wrong" to me.

 

Hope you had a great time, though!

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Red stripe.

 

 


 

Full body, details and laundry. (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Bit over-exposed, but you get the picture







Suit: Herringbone Sydney
Shirt: Kamakura OCBD
Tie: Henry Carter Black knit
PS: Henry Carter irish linen
Shoes: Meermin MTO
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Love the jacket, Shugz.

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Colorwise I think this is great SB, but I wanted someting crunchier for the tie. The texture of the repp seems a little understated for the jacket.
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The texture of the repp seems a little understated for the jacket.

 

That's his way. He is the only reason I wore a repp with my herringbone tweed jacket the other day. I like it.

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HC - looking good.

 

Roy/Mimo, thanks for the comments. Do you think the "no tie with a BD" is purely a non-American thing? I can understand some people's aversion to wearing a BD with a suit, so is this just a continuum on this spectrum?  Would it matter if the BD was not oxford cloth? Or is it just the sporting heritage of the shirt itself? Just a matter of personal taste? 

 

I would be curious to see how many on this board feel the same as you guys, and how much of that split would be correlated with geography.

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