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post #376 of 434
That jacket would go really well with a madder paisley tie.

I dislike patterned squares, I have a bunch of them in the back of my spare wardrobe, I guess I just find them to be too dandy even for me. I prefer to opt out entirely or wear white linen.
post #377 of 434
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Originally Posted by SkinnyGoomba View Post

That jacket would go really well with a madder paisley tie.

Well, in that pic it IS paired with a madder paisley tie, which doens't go at all.
post #378 of 434
It appears to be a navy knit tie unless my eyes are playing tricks on me.
post #379 of 434
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Originally Posted by SkinnyGoomba View Post

It appears to be a navy knit tie unless my eyes are playing tricks on me.
nope, paisley madder, confirned in writing by the poaster
post #380 of 434
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Manton View Post

I love my HMS Victory square.
here is my favorite paisley:

mantonian, the collar on that jacket, your right side.. it lifts a bit at the gorge (I know you are lifting your other side and that effects it). I get that on some jackets also. I have lowered my gorge going forward so as the have the colar lie flat on my chest as opposed to lying on that curved part around the clavicle/chest/shoulder. I see that a lot with higher gorge jackets, a little bit of lift on the collar. what are your thoughts?
post #381 of 434
Interesting, I see brown tweed, navy blue knit tie, light blue shirt. Maybe my eyes have a way of improving the pictures that other people post.
post #382 of 434
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Manton View Post

nope, paisley madder, confirned in writing by the poaster

he is talking about your rig
post #383 of 434
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by SkinnyGoomba View Post

Interesting, I see brown tweed, navy blue knit tie, light blue shirt. Maybe my eyes have a way of improving the pictures that other people post.

manton is talking about ctp's rig

is everyone drunk this morning?
post #384 of 434
re: the gorge, that's a london jacket, gorge is much lower than a naples coat, the camera angle is very low, I don't notice a problem when I look at it straight on (though I have not worn it since March or so)

I do notice that lift on some of the solito stuff but it doesn't bother me.
post #385 of 434
Tweed with big paisley tie:

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Same deal but with woven neat tie:

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post #386 of 434
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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post

manton is talking about ctp's rig
is everyone drunk this morning?

Ed I was starting to think someone put something in my coffee.
post #387 of 434
^ I wouldn't wear that first tie, but I think it looks fine with the tweed.
post #388 of 434
O/O I think CPT's paisley tie would work perfect with that jacket. Infact I have the same jacket and wear it with dark green/brown madder paisley. I feel like I'm missing out by not having a dark green stripe shirt.
post #389 of 434
O/O, I don't like either tie subjectively. More objectively, the neat tie doesn't seem to go with the tweed. The finish is too clear; it begs for a smooth worsted.

I like the coat and shirt.

The former ensemble which you posted in B/W and in color was very nice (except for the lapel flower), even if I wouldn't wear it myself.
post #390 of 434
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Edited by RJE - 8/1/12 at 2:56pm
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