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Yesterday's Vandas were the Navy with Blue Flowers six-fold, and the White Linen with Blue Border yarn-dyed pocket square.

 

 

Three-piece is Southwick for Epaulet.

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For those of you with experience with ties with no keepers, how do you stop the small side from flopping around? Tie clip? Or just get used to the 'sprezz.
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You enjoy the sprezz
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Word.

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If you tie it right it won't flap around that much anyhow. But if you have to look super formal then use a clip or wear a different tie. I don't see why this would ever be a problem though if you enjoy the look
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Yesterday's Vandas:

 

 

Brown-Periwinkle Blue Fancy Wool 3.25" tie

Turquoise Gardens Mud-Dyed Kimono Silk PS

 

Non-Vanda (Click to show)
Gant x Bastian and Gitman x Epaulet
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@applky

 

Almost looks like a grenadine. Can you see any blue in it? Close up?

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@applky

 

Almost looks like a grenadine. Can you see any blue in it? Close up?

 

Yes there is definitely some blue in it. Will try to post a close up, but the fabric is unfortunately sold out. The "fancy wools" Gerald and Diana sometimes post up are woven, but are woven wools, not silks (like a grenadine). The weave is tighter, and you can get monogramming done, which is a real benefit.

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Yes there is definitely some blue in it. Will try to post a close up, but the fabric is unfortunately sold out. The "fancy wools" Gerald and Diana sometimes post up are woven, but are woven wools, not silks (like a grenadine). The weave is tighter, and you can get monogramming done, which is a real benefit.


Thanks applky. No worries of the close up if it's sold out. Makes decision making in the future easier!

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Today's Vandas include the OG fancy wool, I believe from before Vanda Fine Clothing was actually established and when @gshen was just selling ties on SF. This was the tie that started my Vanda addiction. EDIT: @Phat Guido wears it in a more subdued fashion here.

 

 

Vanda Brown Fancy Wool tie

Vanda Purple Butterflies pocket square

 

Non-Vanda are Southwick and Gitman for Epaulet

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Vanda tie and square. And a little inspiration by tchoy.

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Vanda tie and square. And a little inspiration by tchoy.
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Wonderful -- both the fit and the photography. Great to see some fairly CBD-ish/trad Vanda fits.

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Wish I had those @Mr. Six photo skills. Until then, today's Vanda:

 

 

Vanda Houndstooth Slik Tweed tie

 

Non-Vanda (Click to show)
Southwick and Gitman for Epaulet, and Tom Ford.
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^^ Thanks! I think my photos look pretty mediocre, so it's nice of you to say. Vanda square today. And I like your sport coat!

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^^ Thanks! I think my photos look pretty mediocre, so it's nice of you to say. Vanda square today. And I like your sport coat!
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Thanks! Ditto. Which Vanda squares are those in your last two fits?
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