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Sorry for the double post, my phone wasn't letting me put 2 pictures in the same field.





Nice job to all you dudes who are pulling younger women. Does a 34 day difference count as robbing the cradle?
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Double thumb, then.

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Yeah I agree with you, tho I have never understood the "tie pattern/size" rule for PSs puzzled.gif

hey man, i didnt write the rules, i just live here. smile.gif
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Another day in winterwonderland, and it is never too early for a Gin Fizz.

 

 

 

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Yo
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Do...we...work for the same company now?

Nice CBD!

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Possibly my first post here. More photos can be found in the latest post on my website (link in the footer)

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Do...we...work for the same company now?
Nice CBD!

did you move into banking?
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Yeah I agree with you, tho I have never understood the "tie pattern/size" rule for PSs puzzled.gif


I noticed this with a lot of your fits. It's much harder to do two of the same pattern (neat tie/neat square) than it is to do two different ones (neat tie / big paisley or graphic square). I like neat squares with striped ties or knits, though.

The no tie patterns in squares "rule" starts with Manton, who wouldn't wear a large paisley tie.

I should have guessed, it sounded very much like a Manton-rule....... sneaky2.gif
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Ammanati: Love that tie.

Thanks for the thumbs recently.

Today.
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(Yes, the jacket is a touch short -- by about 0.5 inches. What's really happening is that the trou are longer rise (vintage) and sitting a touch low, which is making the jacket seem even shorter.

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Vintage Dunn & Co HT
Borrelli
Chipp
Drakes
Trafalgar
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Panthy
Alden
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That is a very beautiful PS.  I am not feeling the tie.

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did you move into banking?

No, I ran from banking to do something more respectable. LOL

Working for Wall St. lobbying firm went against everything I stood for. 

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did you move into banking

 

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No, I ran from banking to do something more respectable. LOL

Working for Wall St. lobbying firm went against everything I stood for. 

 

Funny because I'm in the process of interviewing for banking

 

Hence, more CBD (same suit, different tie):

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Epaulet

mtm

grenadine

Epaulet

Loake

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Ammanati: Love that tie.

Thanks for the thumbs recently.

Today.
 

I really like both the shirt and the jacket, but I don't love them together, and I worry that the jacket is a bit small.

 

I need one or two of those Chipp wool ties.

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@DonCologne I like your look but I'm not sold on those pants.  Maybe that's personal preference or my inherent hate toward the green bay packers (american football team) but I think a different color, or just a more toned down color in general would better.  

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