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It's Tuesday face off time! Pliny v. RDiaz this time round. Go vote for your favorite and choose which god, earth or sky, wins this battle!

 

http://www.styleforum.net/t/368144/tuesday-face-off-pliny-v-rdiaz

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Edited by Rudals - 11/5/13 at 11:25am
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Love the striped shirt. Really upped your game wink.gif
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Feeling wonky today.

 


 

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pliny, diaz, pingson, looking good. neats is the tie of the day is it?
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Love the striped shirt. Really upped your game wink.gif

Fudge...I looked this weekend but...but...:violin:

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pliny, diaz, pingson, looking good. neats is the tie of the day is it?

(re: the discussion in the good taste thread)
I think safely shows that neats work just fine with SCs, at least as long as the pattern is relatively large
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Thanks for the thumbs yesterday guys.

Still pretty brisk here in the northern NY suburbs.

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Loro Piana cashmere
Altea (subtle windowpane that's hard to detect)
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Tired old Lands End wool tie that I turned into a square
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I think the green sweater tips this decisively into "too much green" territory for me. 

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I think the green sweater tips this decisively into "too much green" territory for me. 
Thanks. My intent was to have the sweater ground the busy-ness of the jacket and balance the brown in both the tie and trou. I thought it worked, but maybe not.
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...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!

He may be an idiot but he's convinced lots of people to pay him $1,000 for a sweater.



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(re: the discussion in the good taste thread)
I think safely shows that neats work just fine with SCs, at least as long as the pattern is relatively large

i love neats with SCs, even smaller patterns. oh my! eek.gif
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He may be an idiot but he's convinced lots of people to pay him $1,000 for a sweater.

i am huge BC fran boi. if i had the cash, my entire wardrobe would be BC.

s'nice, bro.
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I like prints with SC's, but only if they are madder, challis, or an otherwise rustic finish; or, in the case of twill, large enough medallions. Small neats on silk twill are not so optimal IMO. A blazer is a different story, it takes anything.

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I thought it worked, but maybe not.

 

I dress terribly, so don't give my opinion too much regard. I just think that with a different shirt it wouldn't have needed grounding. But if you are going to, here are some thoughts I would have had...

 

 

 

 

Sorry about the last one. Burgundy doesn't "shop" well onto this pic.

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