I like the tie as well, ETB, but I noticed it doesn't quite jive with the rest of your CBD outfit. Noticed this a few other times as well.
If you are in a position where you've got to choose between interesting ties and internal coherence, and you choose the nifty ties, I can't fault you for that. But if it's possible to exchange the suit for a blazer and trou, it'd frame those ties to great benefit.
@Claghorn, this is a very perceptive comment, which I hope @eviltimeban takes seriously. I've noticed this too (and mentioned it before). I think it backs up what you said (at least I think it was you) about it being easier in some ways to wear a suit well, because you can get away with not having to think about the coherence issue between top and bottom. But it seems clear to me that coherence is an issue in a lot of your fits, eviltimeban - it's quite often, nicely-fitting business suit with a seemingly randomly-chosen tie. It's not that this tie is a bad tie (unlike a few others!) - it's fine - but the tie does not work with the suit, the reason being the informal, almost summery, colour and the slubbiness, when the suit calls for something smoother, neater and less casual. Or alternatively, as Claghorn suggests, a more casual SC-based outfit to go with the tie.
(that's me taking it seriously).
While I don't agree with you that the tie doesn't match the suit, I would also point out that it wouldn't exactly be "randomly chosen" either - The tie matches the shirt, which is what I'm walking around in most of the tie (its a "jacket off" office). The suit is a lighter shade than appears in the photos, so its not your average CBD navy suit, its a little funkier than that. So, I think the tie goes with it perfectly. IMO, of course!
Again, its more a matter of taste - I personally do not like the SC / trousers look one bit, but 90% of the fits here on WAYWRN are SC / trousers. I think that is also due to the US / non-UK-Ireland bent of the posts / location of most of the posters. So a suit with an "interesting" tie is probably all I can do really, I understand that to be truly "classic menswear" everything should be toned down, but I guess I'm flirting with the other end of that scale, with my liking of bolder ties and the likes of the crazy Duchamp and Canali designs that are out there.