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I would never have thought of that, I suppose because when I think of swollen seams I think of heavier, more country-fied and textured cloths, and single-breasted.  But in retrospect, it might have been quite interesting to try as a further softening of the look.  Too late for this one, but an idea for something else I have in the pipe.  Thank you for the thought.


I've heard from Paul Winston, of Chipp (who drew my attention to how important the swelled edge is), that one can have them added if the existing edge is plain, like yours.

 

I like swelled edges quite a bit. I can't really get down with patch pockets without either those, or Neapolitan-style double-stitching.

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I hate working with people in golf shirts.

 

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Rudals knows how to drink.

No pictures of debauchery is fail.

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Timo, ping, seajen, good looks.
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Next outfit for the nightshift

 

 

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Looking good as usual, DC.

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jesus, you are a mess. tie probably needs steaming under a soft towel, I guess, if you want to keep it.

some of these MUST be your size, you gotta step up your game and stop looking like a shlub man! I mean.....CRIPES!! even the shirt needs to be replaced.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Luigi-Borrelli-Luxury-Vintage-Mens-Dress-Shirt-Sz-15-1-2-35-Made-in-Italy-/281204633752?pt=US_Men_s_Dress_Shirts&hash=item41791a3098

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Churchs-of-England-Solid-Navy-Blue-Silk-Tie-/141124077132?pt=US_Mens_Ties&hash=item20dba6864c


free shipping plus another 15% off THANKYOOX

http://www.yoox.com/us/41393529BU/item?dept=men#sts=sr_men80&cod10=41393529BU&sizeId=3

http://www.yoox.com/us/41353053UI/item?dept=salemen#sts=sr_salemen80&cod10=41353053UI&sizeId=2

light grey pants
http://us.suitsupply.com/en_US/trousers/light-grey-pants/B304I.html?start=1&cgid=Trousers


JEEZ.


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Those are in my suitcase along with a flannel shirt.

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I did wear this though! PRL tie and shirt.



And my tweed blazer is packed as well smile.gif

How do you guys get folds out of ties? Do you iron them with a towel between the iron and tie?
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Yesterday.  

 

 

 

 

 

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Today.  I find this a kind of odd color combo, but I like it.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Both look very well put together!  

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Take two of the Cifonelli jacket I got recently. It is really growing on me, I am particularly fond of the roped shoulders which I don't have on any of my other jackets.



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That suit is oozing with win
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RTC, you snuck that nasty tie into your post after I'd already replied.  Don't think that's going to slide by.  Yuck!  Listen to the Foxx, I think...

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Originally Posted by Pingson View Post

Take two of the Cifonelli jacket I got recently. It is really growing on me, I am particularly fond of the roped shoulders which I don't have on any of my other jackets.
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This looks really nice, especially the shoulders.

 

 

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How do you guys get folds out of ties?

 

First, how do you get those folds into a tie?!

 

It looks like you scrunched it up into a ball and them just left it like that for days. Your tie might be retrievable with a careful pressing, avoiding flattening the edges. (or sending it off to be done professionally, though it's not really worth it for a PRL tie which can itself be found on discount for a fraction of the cost of that professional service). But I think they better advice in the long term is to take a little care of your ties. I'm not saying be obsessive about your clothes in the slightest; just show them a little common courtesy occasionally. Like hanging (or rolling) a tie up when not in use and putting it away neatly. And not using ties to make nooses to trap game, or whatever it is you're doing to them. ;)

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Hola!

 

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Nice Jacket :fistbump:

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Nice Jacket :fistbump:

 

Thank you! 

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The shoes make me want to change my religion to whichever one worshiped the cow they were made from.
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Thank you! 

Close to a recent pick up of mine as I mentioned in the shoe thread

 

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