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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 #31 of 41
Do you seriously believe that any CEO will care whether you had a dimple in your tie or not at a meeting? BTW, yes, put the dimple in.
post #32 of 41
Quote:
Originally Posted by Mute View Post

Do you seriously believe that any CEO will care whether you had a dimple in your tie or not at a meeting? BTW, yes, put the dimple in.

Tie dimple is no less frivolous than most of the nonsense coming out of their mouths so why not?

You care, I care, others on the board care(to whatever degree), why not a CEO?

 

And if they were really so busy, competent or marginally intelligent, would they be taking the meeting that has spawned the question?

post #33 of 41

Just shuffle right back on to doofusville, why don't you?

post #34 of 41

Piss off, why don't you?

post #35 of 41
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post #36 of 41
Without a doubt, these are some of the worst examples of how to put a dimple in a tie..
Surely someone can post a correctly tied tie.
The most atrocious ones are the photos of half Windsors, Pratt, and Shelby knots.
Do you not know how to put in a dimple correctly, or just do not know any better?
post #37 of 41
Quote:
Originally Posted by Poloboy View Post

Without a doubt, these are some of the worst examples of how to put a dimple in a tie..
Surely someone can post a correctly tied tie.
The most atrocious ones are the photos of half Windsors, Pratt, and Shelby knots.
Do you not know how to put in a dimple correctly, or just do not know any better?

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post #38 of 41
Quote:
Originally Posted by Poloboy View Post

Without a doubt, these are some of the worst examples of how to put a dimple in a tie..
Surely someone can post a correctly tied tie.
The most atrocious ones are the photos of half Windsors, Pratt, and Shelby knots.
Do you not know how to put in a dimple correctly, or just do not know any better?


Troll lo lo

 

Decided to edit out all the sarcasm.

 

Spoo knows how to tie a tie.

 

[2nd edit] I'm suffering from editor's remorse; it was damn fine sarcasm.

post #39 of 41
Quote:
Originally Posted by Poloboy View Post

Without a doubt, these are some of the worst examples of how to put a dimple in a tie..
Surely someone can post a correctly tied tie.
The most atrocious ones are the photos of half Windsors, Pratt, and Shelby knots.
Do you not know how to put in a dimple correctly, or just do not know any better?

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Originally Posted by Poloboy View Post

I think plain front
trousers look ridiculous

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post #40 of 41
An interesting sub plot is a foot in this thread... lurker[1].gif
post #41 of 41
The CEO may also think badly of you if you do not wear a pocket square. Also, wearing a suit with roped shoulders may leave a bad impression. Have you thought about the color of your shirt? Probably shouldn't wear balmoral shoes because they may look too fancy. To cuff or not to cuff: That is the question. The CEO may not be impressed if you wear a pocket square.

Or maybe what impresses "a CEO" is the stuff you talk about, for which he is spending his CEO time. These are my thoughts- I accept your generously offered gratefulness.
Edited by yywwyy - 11/16/12 at 9:53pm
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