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Poll Results: Dimple in the middle of the tie for a business meeting in the USA and Canada

 
  • 92% (52)
    Yes - Have a dimple in the middle of the tie for a business meeting. It looks elegant
  • 7% (4)
    NO - A dimple in the tie is only for parties etc and NOT for business meetings
56 Total Votes  
post #16 of 41
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Originally Posted by great8 View Post

Seriously, what is wrong with some members here. I am obviously ignorant of such things and I came here very humbly and asked very politely for help. What is with all this lecturing and rudeness, seriously? Anyway, my friends, please share your views about the questions rather than passing judgements on me. I would be extremely grateful. Thank you very much.   :-)


You asked, and I quote:
Quote:
Originally Posted by great8 View Post

Hello,
...
But I wanted to know is having a dimple in the tie also acceptable for business meetings or is it just for parties?

You asked if it was acceptable. I gave you an example so you can take from it what you wish.

I like it, but that doesn't mean its acceptable, although it is.
post #17 of 41
Thread Starter 

Thank you, Saturdays. Much appreciated. 

post #18 of 41
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post


I like dimples.
:-)

I'm a fan.

post #19 of 41
I would not recommend so a big a tie boner (can we call these Spoo boner's from now on?). You don't to take out your CEO's eye.
post #20 of 41
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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post

I didn't realize there was a contest, but Spoo definitely just won something.
Also, dimples whenever possible for any circumstance with any people.

Spoo only won the contest of most pics that are completely inappropriate for meeting with a CEO in N. America, obviously.

 

I hope the OP is trolling. And then he makes it worse saying he asked 'humbly'.

If you were humble you would not need to say that you are big wheeling and meeting with so many CEOs.

There are many generic, direct ways of asking the question without speaking about your high level meetings.

And if you are that high on the food chain, you should know about tie dimples and that they are ubiquitous in terms of occasions.

Have you seen ties without one? Blech.

So, you are either completely ignorant(using kinder language than you deserve) or a troll.

 

But, hey, at least Spoo posted some good pics so maybe we should thank you.

 

I am sharing my view(OP request) and passing judgment(against request). 1/2 ain't bad considering the original post.

post #21 of 41
Dimple FTW
post #22 of 41

My Spoo boner:

 

1000

 

Enter one of your meetings with this leading you around, you'll rattle some cages.

Also notice the sexiest hint of the dimple is given.

post #23 of 41
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Originally Posted by gambit50 View Post

I hope the OP is trolling. And then he makes it worse saying he asked 'humbly'.
If you were humble you would not need to say that you are big wheeling and meeting with so many CEOs.
There are many generic, direct ways of asking the question without speaking about your high level meetings.
And if you are that high on the food chain, you should know about tie dimples and that they are ubiquitous in terms of occasions.

QFT
post #24 of 41
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post #25 of 41
What a silly question to have asked in the first place.


I doubt that the subject of this thread will make any difference in your quest to be " an entrepreneur trying to make big in the North American (mostly Canadian) business world." In fact it suggests that you are utterly unsuitable if you believe that a dimple in a tie has any relevance whatever.

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post #26 of 41
The dimple must be precised 19mm deep, and the knot must be canted to the right at 11.2 degrees to balance the pocket square in the left.

Anything else is amateur hour and you just can't do business in America that way.
post #27 of 41

Dimple it.  Nao.

post #28 of 41
glad there was a poll....
post #29 of 41

FWIW. STR8 answer. Yes you should have a skew DFIH knot with a dimple and a boner in your tie to let the other CEO's you are still quite virile kinda guy and that you will be able to cope when it comes time to perform. Also dont forget the PS... very important.

 

Let us know how it goes.

post #30 of 41

Personally I'm not a big fan of the dimple and prefer to eliminate it, I'd also consider it more of a "hanging with friends" thing than a high level meeting. Then again, the CEOs I've met rarely care how every detail looks, they've got better things to spend time on than worrying about to dimple or not to dimple...Personally I'm not a big fan of the dimple and prefer to eliminate it, I'd also consider it more of a "hanging with friends" thing than a high level meeting. Then again, the CEOs I've met rarely care how every detail looks, they've got better things to spend time on than worrying about to dimple or not to dimple...

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