Is that tie a madder? I'm thinking of buying it but I can't tell if it's madder.
Thanks in advance.
Let me explain my position
I love the style.
I do not like fashion
But the style is very different.
I like the English style, but I also like the modern Italian style (the version of it that without the strong influence of fashion).
I allow myself to dress differently, play and experiment.
I could dress in a simple, classic style every day and look for 1000000 $. But it's boring!
After all, a good recipe for business style is very simple and banal:
Take sewn to order a blue or gray suit, worsted cloth or flannel, no big relief.
Take a white or blue shirt is sewn to order (or purchased)
Take a dark tie (solid color, textured, with a small figure)
Take the dark shoes and a classic toe
Take a handkerchief in breast tone shirt with piping or small patterns in color suit or tie or shoes
All. Classic rigorously prepared.
If you take a good fabric and sewed all custom made or bought for quite a lot of money - that turned out very well.
But this incredibly boring and do not have to think! You only need to pay the money and not be color-blind.
Sometimes I dress like this, but not often, because, once again I'm interested in also other areas of style.
For me, style - it's not only the classics, as well as something at the intersection of classic and fashion. Where you can experiment, mix, think.
Provided that all done on the basis of the classics (strict style, English country style, American style of 20-30 years and 50-60 years, etc.)
In general I think is interesting to experiment, so that would be beautiful.
I'm not a slave to a strict business style. But I love it. Sometimes.
I just let myself love the great variety of styles. (Within good taste and based on the classics)
And that, I wish you all!