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GENTLEMEN. PLEASE.

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Exploring....

 

 

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GENTLEMEN. PLEASE.

Use the spoiler when quoting pics.

OKAY!!!

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Exploring....

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Please keep exploring, you still haven't found whatever you are looking for......


In all seriousness, there are just too many patterns and colours going on here, jacket and shirt are really busy enough that they should only be used separately and preferably with items that are solid coloured. Jacket would look nice with a solid shirt, the shirt looks just too casual to me for wearing with jacket and tie......
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Today is strictly business, its nothing personal. Drake's tie in its proper home.

 

Light blue shirt as per request. ;)

 

 

 

 

Black shoes (not a great pic) (Click to show)

 

 

(and my 200th post and all)


Edited by eviltimeban - 1/30/14 at 8:42am
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PoW and Houndstooth


 

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Having my morning coffee.

 

This is thoughtfully constructed.  No pattern directly abuts another, and the same is true for solids.  As the eye moves down from the face it encounters solid, pattern, solid, pattern.  The lightest of all is the shirt, the item adjacent to the face, initially drawing the eye to the face.  From there color then emerges incrementally as the eye moves down:  white (light blue?  Not sure), brown, burgundy, blue.  Classic application of classic principles, isn’t it?

 

Cheers,

 

Ac

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Me today

AppleMark

AppleMark

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Jacket - Barbour

Shirt - Paul Smith

Tie - Tyler & Tyler

PS Unkown

Trouser - Universal Works

Socks - Wolsey

Shoes - C & J


AppleMark

AppleMark
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Well, its good to be back to posting

Thanks for the feedback guys, hope for more today 

The shirt is pink it appears white

 

 

 

 

For those interested the shoes are dalton's in walnut 

 

Deets:

Jacket:PRL 

Shirt: Creery Custo 

Tie: Charvet 

Pants:BB 

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x-post from the FC

 

 

 

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Samuelsohn SC
CT shirt
Ancient madder tie from Rooster
No name square
PRL pants
Loake shoes
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Epaulet suit

mtm shirt

J Press tie

Bexley shoes

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and here is a question for this side of the forum: how do I get a smaller knot out of this knit tie? I tied a 4IH but since it's a 3" wide tie, this is how it came out. Any other options?

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Epaulet suit

mtm shirt

J Press tie

Bexley shoes

 

I really like to colors and textures, but the jacket is a good two inches too short for my tastes.

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and here is a question for this side of the forum: how do I get a smaller knot out of this knit tie? I tied a 4IH but since it's a 3" wide tie, this is how it came out. Any other options?

Either pull it tighter or tie it longer. 

 

I agree, your jacket looks too short. Your shoes are nice though.

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and here is a question for this side of the forum: how do I get a smaller knot out of this knit tie? I tied a 4IH but since it's a 3" wide tie, this is how it came out. Any other options?


 


Sometimes that is the rub with knit ties that are on the "wider than usual for a knit" side. If it is sufficiently flexible, lightly woven, you can cinch the knot tighter, but if not, then ???. Tying it longer won't necessarily help unless there is some taper, which again can be limited in a knit tie. If you can't get it smaller, maybe try wearing it with jackets that have lower buttoning points as it won't appear to consume as much of the viewable shirt space as it is with this cut you are wearing now.
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and here is a question for this side of the forum: how do I get a smaller knot out of this knit tie? I tied a 4IH but since it's a 3" wide tie, this is how it came out. Any other options?

 


Sometimes that is the rub with knit ties that are on the "wider than usual for a knit" side. If it is sufficiently flexible, lightly woven, you can cinch the knot tighter, but if not, then ???. Tying it longer won't necessarily help unless there is some taper, which again can be limited in a knit tie. If you can't get it smaller, maybe try wearing it with jackets that have lower buttoning points as it won't appear to consume as much of the viewable shirt space as it is with this cut you are wearing now.

 

Yeah, there's no taper. I think your idea about jackets with lower buttoning points is probably the best bet. Thanks.

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