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stitchy, the tie is... You really don't want to know (Click to show)
...Lands End. Not baller at all, and kind of hard to get a decent knot. Thus, the weakness of today's knot. shog[1].gif

I have one almost like it but from BB. It was 3", had it widened to about 3.5 but the knot still looks weird as well. I love the pattern though.

 

Also, here you go, a re-do. You can actually see my face. Myself and a hot friend at a volleyball holiday party. Yes, it's the exact same outfit as before since it was the same party, but the picture actually has clarity. And the.. accessories.. aren't too shabby either.

 

 

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Any guy that has a chip and putt course in his backyard is good in my book. Played until 2am.

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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

stitchy, the tie is... You really don't want to know (Click to show)
...Lands End. Not baller at all, and kind of hard to get a decent knot. Thus, the weakness of today's knot. shog[1].gif

aha. i see. looks just like a SFA cashmere tie i used to have. also had issues with teh knot.
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Originally Posted by ImTheGroom View Post

@upr_crust
 glad you enjoyed!  You must not have looked at anyone's clothing, lol.  I'm still a Toronto boy at heart, though, which explains why I own more than two ties.

I actually did see a few men in suits while in Vancouver, though not when out to dinner - even eating at Jean-Georges Market for dinner, my partner and I were the only men in ties (with the exception of the help).

Hiking boots were much more useful in Vancouver than neckties - a byproduct of all that massive Nature with a capital N that surrounds the place.
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Today I'm in as much linen as possible and I forgot my PS -




Bonus texture shot (Click to show)

Herringbone Sydney
Kamakura linen
Henry Carter peach linen
Carmina captoes
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the tie is Lands End. Not baller at all, and kind of hard to get a decent knot.

 

Funny you would say that, I have a LE tie I bought second hand and it knots way better than the Cappellis or any other ties I have.

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Myself and a hot friend. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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You can say that again.


No really. Again please. But pics or it didn't happen.
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(Note: Have been looking a little too much at Ralph Lauren website in regards to hand posing)

Anyway! WIWT

 

BB OCBD

Fisherman Out of Ireland Jumper

7 For Mankind Jeans

LL Bean Maine Hunting Boots


 

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You can say that again.


No really. Again please. But pics or it didn't happen.

You look sharp and she is beautiful!

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^^

 

That's a lot of grooming for how casual that look is, arnathor. If your hair just does that, you've won the genetic lottery. If it takes a lot of work to get it there, leave a step or two out when dressing this casually.

 

Also, I don't like the laceless bean boots as much as I like the bean mocs. I'm sure the long, laceless boot upper holds them on a little better than the mocs do, but it looks a little odd like this.

 

Kind of more MC Casual, obviously, but that thread tends to hide from time to time.

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^^

 

That's a lot of grooming for how casual that look is, arnathor. If your hair just does that, you've won the genetic lottery. If it takes a lot of work to get it there, leave a step or two out when dressing this casually.

 

Also, I don't like the laceless bean boots as much as I like the bean mocs. I'm sure the long, laceless boot upper holds them on a little better than the mocs do, but it looks a little odd like this.

 

Kind of more MC Casual, obviously, but that thread tends to hide from time to time.

It's not that special of a haircut, plenty of guys wear it like that over here. Just comb your hair after a shower and put some hair product in it. Takes 3 mins max. Blow dry it if you want some more volume.

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It's not that special of a haircut, plenty of guys wear it like that over here. Just comb your hair after a shower and put some hair product in it. Takes 3 mins max.


I know. It doesn't look precious or anything, just really clean-cut, especially with a totally clean shave. Borderline too clean-cut for super faded jeans, the Bean boot thing, and that sweater.

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Today's work was a mix bit of a mixed bag. Needed to move around without having to worry about getting dirty but also had to stay warm. Sweater is a good merino wool/alpaca blend, so it did the trick outside and the boots allowed me to slush through the snow. But this is why I post, I like the comments and refinements I could make. I wouldn't post to here if I was expecting a variety of opinions.

 

I like the call gents!

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I know. It doesn't look precious or anything, just really clean-cut, especially with a totally clean shave. Borderline too clean-cut for super faded jeans, the Bean boot thing, and that sweater.
. I would skip the product. Blow dry it if you want to shape it, but leave it untethered.
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. I would skip the product. Blow dry it if you want to shape it, but leave it untethered.


I need to actually try and blowdry it sometime, that is too much work for me... But it would save on my layrite usage. Thanks Breh!

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I used to think that, then I tried it. My hair is about the same length, and pretty thick, and it takes well under 10 minutes to blow dry completely. I started doing it when I was experimenting with ways to eliminate the "wall and curl" look in the front. Just brush it as you blow dry it, and it stays there. I don't out anything in my hair anymore, unless it's really important for it to stay put perfectly all day, or if it gotten too shaggy to manage.
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