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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

ideally, it should come naturally. if you have to point it out, youre doin it wrong.

Exactly Stitchy. I think an acceptable working definition is 'studied nonchalance' which in itself is an oxymoron, and that's why I hate it. Either you dress with some level of precision (Spoo) or you clearly have a good knowledge and dress sense but the outcome is a bit rumpled and 'lived in'(TTO), but when you clearly try hard to look like you don't care (Brunello Cuccinelli re-doing his tie over and over each morning to make it look the right amount of crooked) you're an idiot!
post #63722 of 75620
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Originally Posted by Ianiceman View Post


Is that pronounced poo - chee or pukey?biggrin.gif

poo-chee, unfortunately :lol:

 

I do like the tie in a certain way, though. I wouldn't be caught dead wearing it, but it meshes pretty well with HF's style, and that's what matters.

post #63723 of 75620
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Originally Posted by aravenel View Post


Exactly. It's not nonchalance if you walk around talking about how nonchalant you are.

 

^ What stitches and this man said

post #63724 of 75620
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Originally Posted by Cotton Dockers View Post
 

^^^Nice, ClarinetPlayer

 

GMMcL - Looove that suit.

 

First time wearing ConradWu. This tie is amazing:

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Details... (Click to show)

 

 

 

Kiton

Kamakura

ConradWu

Polo

HowardYount

AllenEdmonds

 

 

post #63725 of 75620

It's been a while:

 

- White oxford shirt (Green Das One Shirt collar)

- Dark brown oxfords

- White linen PS with handrolled edge

- Navy worsted suit jacket

- Glen plaid wool tie

- Bronze twill chino with metal side adjusters

 

 

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post
 

What the heck did I miss today? 

:fu:

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Thanks for the thumbs yesterday gents. Melbourne Cup day today in Australia.





Herringbone
Cottonwork
Henry Carter Tumbarumba Repp
Henry Carter Irish linen
Meermin MTO
post #63728 of 75620
^ I think your best look for some time, mate. Well done.
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Which of Meermin's lasts is this HC? and what size are you if I may ask. I've made the experience that Hiro while looking sexy at a smaller size is waaaay to pointy in my size (UK 11.5)

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Originally Posted by CousinDonuts View Post

Yo.


Simple and clean. Me Likey!!!!!nod[1].gif
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Hola!

 

Rocking my new tan shantung Conrad Wu tie! :slayer: Sleeves are all wrinkled cause I had some meetings and always leave my jacket on, so when I move my arms and keep them bent, it wrinkles. :lol:

 

 

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Originally Posted by Betelgeuse View Post
 

Hola!

 

Rocking my new tan shantung Conrad Wu tie! :slayer: Sleeves are all wrinkled cause I had some meetings and always leave my jacket on, so when I move my arms and keep them bent, it wrinkles. :lol:

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Beautiful!

 

 X 2

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Which of Meermin's lasts is this HC? and what size are you if I may ask. I very much like this shape.

 

 That looks a lot like Hiro...

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Edited by Rudals - 11/4/13 at 2:53pm
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Originally Posted by Cotton Dockers View Post
 

^^^Nice, ClarinetPlayer

 

GMMcL - Looove that suit.

 

First time wearing ConradWu. This tie is amazing:

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

Details... (Click to show)

 

 

 

Kiton

Kamakura

ConradWu

Polo

HowardYount

AllenEdmonds

 

So you're the one who took the last ConradWu tie! I was pretty dang disappointed when I saw that it was sold out.

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