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Just a half day today so I eschewed a tie. Pants are chinolino, in case anyone was wondering. 

 

Bless you.

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Even if I have worn striped ties before (and posted here as well) I have been warming up to them recently. I plan on getting a few more over the next few months. They seem to be particularly useful with the type of checked jacket I was wearing today, the smaller scale houndstooth variant, that are hard to pair with neats and other patterned ties.

i too am warming up to stripes as of late. hope to pick up a few over the summer.

I saw you post in Noodle's thread and there were some outstanding ties posted there. I've been drooling over this Vanda tie for a while now, ever since I saw @tchoy wearing one
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It's a great tie. I semi-DTO'd tchoy with this fit (a few weeks ago).

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He knows how to wear grey suits, and more. icon_gu_b_slayer%5B1%5D.gif 

Thanks!
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Absolutely, darker blues are harder to work with. That said, this is an excellent example! It seems to me that your shirt collar is wrinkled by the collar of your jacket being a bit tight?

Arigato. Yes, that would be an explanation, but if anything the collar is too big irl. Hm.
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I like, I like. nod%5B1%5D.gif

I'm probably just mentally scarred by one of the speakers at that conference I mentioned in my last post; one of the speakers gave a presentation on trends in cosmetic female genital surgery. There's only so many slides of this you can take before going quietly crazy.

Sounds like fun!
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Bless you.

What he lacks in sartorial formality he makes up for in rhetorical formality.
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I like, I like. :nodding:

 

I'm probably just mentally scarred by one of the speakers at that conference I mentioned in my last post; one of the speakers gave a presentation on trends in cosmetic female genital surgery. There's only so many slides of this you can take before going quietly crazy.

 

Dear god... I once had to walk out on a paper backgrounded by a series of self-portraits by an artist increasingly ravaged by Alzheimer's -- creepy as hell, and a little too close to the ancestral home -- but I haven't (yet) been confronted with anything truly approaching 'trendy genital surgery'.  No amount of cucumber water and stale grapes is going to help with that.  I can only admire your restraint in going quietly crazy; I don't think I'd have kept my freakout tacit.

 

But, to return to the point at hand, I'm not sure whether some of the pants we've been seeing in the 'Creepy Images' thread aren't only possible to fit through genital alteration.  Something for our anthology, perhaps?

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Of the 20 something pages of catching up I had to do, this look kicks ass. This is classy and those peaks make me think FU, and I am all for FU jackets.

Could care less what the nitpickers say, frig' it, I'm biased towards peak lapels now. One of the best looks I've observed in a while!

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Experimenting with the lower contrast shirt/tie thing again.

 

 

 

 

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Nice jacket! It's got some sheen to it, what fabric is it made of?

 

Thanks. It's linen/cotton Zegna acquired from fellow SFer tubs.

 

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Bless you.

 

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What he lacks in sartorial formality he makes up for in rhetorical formality.

 

:)

In general, my writings abide the following maxim:

In the absence of profundity, try verbosity (bullshit baffles brains). In the absence of both, try brevity (better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak and remove all doubt).

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Very kind. Thanks!
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@Mr. Six - you need to be posting more fits more often.
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Bad ass shoes homey.

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I am loving these lighter blue jackets for the warmer months. Good stuff.

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Elephant sighting today


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Nice look! Panta wool tie? If so I have the same one :)

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New suit (rtw only), first wearing:

 

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impeccable in every detail. Anyway, congratulations for the dress. is really beautiful in form and proportions.

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Nice look! Panta wool tie? If so I have the same one smile.gif

Thanks! I have several Pantas but this partictular one is a wool/silk/linen from Tieyourtie.
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@mimo, someone has hijacked your account and has posted non-blurry, non-hazy pictures. These were great, but so clearly not by your hand that the perpetrator has given the game away.

@Sander, the tonality of your hank's edging clashes with the blues of your shirt and tie. Otherwise, quite lovely.
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I got a new phone.  Still managed bad light though. :)

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