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same tie as last time, totally different application. this tie is amazing. imho that is.
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What knot is that? FIH or Windsor? 

post #2297 of 4904
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

6 fold is fantastic for those. imo.

 

Thanks!

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Thread Starter 
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What knot is that? FIH or Windsor? 

Half Windsor. Its the only knot I ever tie.
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Thanks!

My pleasure.
post #2299 of 4904
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Thanks! Dark chocolate #5

http://www.samhober.com/grenadine-fina-solid-ties/dark-chocolate-grenadine-fina-silk-tie-5.html

Its perfect for grays.

 

Excellent, thanks!
 

I guess width and length are a matter of personal preferance but for the other options, like tipped/untipped and so on, I have no clue. What choices did you go for on your tie and is there like a "standard" option which looks decent?

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Hey Stitchy

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Thread Starter 
inlove.gif ZOMG TWINZ! inlove.gif
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Hey Stitchy

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looks nice. how's that shirt holding up?
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Secondly - does Sam Hober make anything close to this RLPL navy polka dot tie? I've got a navy pindot tie, but I like the look of a polka dot tie.

http://thenordicfit.com/item-of-the-week-navy-polka-dot-tie

I think the one I first posted back in April (post #1930 in this thread) is similar. The colors are a bit washed out in the pic.

Another option might be the Macclesfield #75 (I don't have that one though shog[1].gif).

Happy hunting! smile.gif
Edited by pinkpanther - 6/16/13 at 10:59am
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NOBD, If I were to copy that collar..

Would you hate me?

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No I wouldn't, mrjester. Be my guest.


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looks nice. how's that shirt holding up?

Just fine. The fabric is not exactly easy to iron, and unfused collars and cuffs make the ironing challenge even bigger, but that doesn't bother me.
post #2306 of 4904
Stitch and NOBD, that is honestly one of the hawtest ties I have ever seen. Just a perfect shade of brown. Almost coppery in sunlight.

I am going to have to copy.
post #2307 of 4904
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And do you think it would work with either a mid grey or a dark navy suit? (only own two suits...)

Of course it would work with a mid gray or navy suit. Just make sure you wear brown shoes.
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Secondly - does Sam Hober make anything close to this RLPL navy polka dot tie? I've got a navy pindot tie, but I like the look of a polka dot tie.

http://thenordicfit.com/item-of-the-week-navy-polka-dot-tie

You could try browsing the Hober website. Or I could just tell you: Macclesfied 75 and 163 are both close to what you're looking for.
post #2308 of 4904
Also stitch, what were your specifications for that tie?
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stitch, tdude and pinkpanther: thanks for the replies. I think Macclesfield #75 might be the closest match to the RLPL polka dot tie.

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Of course it would work with a mid gray or navy suit. Just make sure you wear brown shoes.
You could try browsing the Hober website. Or I could just tell you: Macclesfied 75 and 163 are both close to what you're looking for.

 

Flyswatter: Yes, I have been browsing the SH-website, but I haven't found that one, sorry.

 

Is brown shoes here a must? I've got a pair of brown oxford brogue shoes, but I feel that they are not quite formal enough for wearing with suits.

 

It's these ones: http://www.herringshoes.co.uk/product-info.php?&colset=1&styleid=252&shoeid=4511&brandid=6&catid=42&oldcolid=2396&stype=0&colourid=423

 

And +1 on Newcomer's request for specifications.

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No I wouldn't, mrjester. Be my guest.
Just fine. The fabric is not exactly easy to iron, and unfused collars and cuffs make the ironing challenge even bigger, but that doesn't bother me.
Yeah, saw some wrinkling around the collar seems. wanted to know your thoughts. thanks
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