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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post

zbromer, that is a great tie, where could I possibly find something like that marchal.gif

The tie would be even better, if the maker had made it shorter. Alternatively, I would be better, if my parents had made me taller.
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Originally Posted by zbromer View Post

The tie would be even better, if the maker had made it shorter. Alternatively, I would be better, if my parents had made me taller.

We are in complete agreement on this topic.

Aaron
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Originally Posted by unbelragazzo View Post

^I like except for the square. I feel like it's a country cousin fighting to find its place in this brave new world of city life.

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Originally Posted by zbromer View Post


It's interesting that you chose that particular tie this morning, as I did as well. Your picture is far more flattering, however.

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Aaron

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post #2405 of 12577
^ That is a sick tie
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very noice, guys.
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Today:



Edited by MrChris - 10/3/12 at 8:47am
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^too much contrast in the scale of the shirt and tie patterns IMHO, Chris
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^^^^disagree completely. I think it looks good and from a distance would look even better
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Originally Posted by unbelragazzo View Post

^too much contrast in the scale of the shirt and tie patterns IMHO, Chris

Interesting! It's actually the first time I've heard such a comment, usually it's the opposite with too little contrast between patterns.
Would be interesting to hear more opinions on this. I've added a picture taken from a little longer distance in my original post.
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Originally Posted by unbelragazzo View Post

^too much contrast in the scale of the shirt and tie patterns IMHO, Chris

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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

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yah. i mean, unbel, i love you bro, but i dont see that. if it were smaller someone would say scale is to close. i think its a great look.
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When patterns are different (lines vs neat) I like scale to have less contrast. Compare to zbromers where similar shirt is next to smaller scaled tie
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Disagree completely....
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Thread Starter 
I will split the difference. two large patters next to each other pretty much always looks terrible. Two small patterns, eg pencil stripe + neat, can look OK or at least better. But it's not better than varying the scale. Mr Chris looks good here. Bromer did too, but that's because his shirt fuzzes out to a solid at a distance.
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