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post #31 of 54
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Originally Posted by Romans116 View Post

No suit coats for me i guess.  But Ted Baker is my favorite Tie style so i guess i would get ripped on here for a lot of the stuff i wear.  I am assuming most would say shirt and tie no coat is not a good idea but it works for me for the most part.  I will consider buying some coats but i am already overdressed the way it is.   Paisley ties are my favorite....are they ok?  heh

my god you are clueless kid.
post #32 of 54
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Originally Posted by Romans116 View Post

I get more compliments from a van huesen shirt and non silk tie (gift).

When I first read that I thought 'wool or linen' but then I realized you meant polyester.


I believe Whnay poasted a fit with a turquoise tie a while back. If anyone could make it look good, he could. But he couldn't.
post #33 of 54
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Originally Posted by Quadcammer View Post


my god you are clueless kid.

Very friendly forum i have run into here.  Groupthink?

 

Doesn't what you wear have many variables?  Some people have a swagger (self confidence)  where they can pull off anything.  Why is it that a coat is necessary?

 

What is the average age here on the forum?  Is everyone 50+ in penny loafers, pleated pants, and awesome taper showing socks? 

 

color is good but only if it is brown? :)

post #34 of 54
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Originally Posted by Romans116 View Post

Very friendly forum i have run into here.  Groupthink?

Doesn't what you wear have many variables?  Some people have a swagger (self confidence)  where they can pull off anything.  Why is it that a coat is necessary?

What is the average age here on the forum?  Is everyone 50+ in penny loafers, pleated pants, and awesome taper showing socks? 

color is good but only if it is brown? smile.gif

one day you will look back on both your outfits and your attitude and realize you looked like a tool, swagger or no.

And yeah I'm 29.

tie/slacks no jacket/black shirt = i sell cellular phones at the mall
post #35 of 54
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Originally Posted by Romans116 View Post

Very friendly forum i have run into here.  Groupthink?

Doesn't what you wear have many variables?  Some people have a swagger (self confidence)  where they can pull off anything.  Why is it that a coat is necessary?

What is the average age here on the forum?  Is everyone 50+ in penny loafers, pleated pants, and awesome taper showing socks? 

color is good but only if it is brown? smile.gif



Welcome to the forum.
post #36 of 54
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Originally Posted by Quadcammer View Post


one day you will look back on both your outfits and your attitude and realize you looked like a tool, swagger or no.
And yeah I'm 29.
tie/slacks no jacket/black shirt = i sell cellular phones at the mall

Attitude.....read back through..... i am the one getting ripped on.

post #37 of 54
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Originally Posted by Romans116 View Post

Very friendly forum i have run into here.  Groupthink?

Doesn't what you wear have many variables?  Some people have a swagger (self confidence)  where they can pull off anything.  Why is it that a coat is necessary?

What is the average age here on the forum?  Is everyone 50+ in penny loafers, pleated pants, and awesome taper showing socks? 

color is good but only if it is brown? smile.gif

Swagger + polyester turquoise tie < swagger + nice tie + suit

You don't need to give up your swagger in order not to dress like a young middle American cliche.
post #38 of 54

Sir -

Look deep into your user name and seek counsel and ask if it was divine providence that brought you to styleforum.  

 

Romans 116: "For I am not ashamed of the gospel, because it is the power of God that brings salvation to everyone who believes: first to the Jew, then to the Gentile.."

 

Acrid Sheep's graph expresses the path to salvation in a more vernacular manner. 

 

Good day to you [tip of the hat]
 

post #39 of 54
Is this still going on?
post #40 of 54
Mister, you got a lot of guts to wear that tie.

More guts than brains.
Edited by Orsini - 10/2/12 at 5:56am
post #41 of 54
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Originally Posted by VinnyMac View Post

Navy suit, white shirt, the tie. It works

True. What's wrong with wearing it with a white shirt?

post #42 of 54
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Originally Posted by rick07 View Post

True. What's wrong with wearing it with a white shirt?

 

I think that was the general consensus on the OP. Things just got diverted by the arrival of our new wannabe style guru...

post #43 of 54
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Originally Posted by FlyingMonkey View Post

I think that was the general consensus on the OP. Things just got diverted by the arrival of our new wannabe style guru...

I never claimed to be a guru
post #44 of 54

Thread inspired me to wear a turquoise tie today. Not the Pucci one I mentioned upthread; an old Zegna instead, but using the same core combination of a navy suit (happens to have a faint pinstripe, but still basically solid) and shirt with a small pattern. Pic here; and I blame you all for being enablers. tongue.gif

Good, bad, indifferent? You decide... and I might wear the Pucci later in the week... devil.gif

post #45 of 54
Looks good to me Holdfast...
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