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post #16 of 22
In Will we trust.

http://asuitablewardrobe.dynend.com/2013/01/one-design-to-rule-them-all.html

http://asuitablewardrobe.dynend.com/2013/02/black-and-blue.html

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Originally Posted by Bexcellence View Post

Is it okay to wear a suit?

Edited by Veremund - 2/17/13 at 3:48am
post #17 of 22
What "rules" would you liike to have written?

There are no "rules" at all.
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post #19 of 22
I find bow-ties quite costume-like when worn outside of tuxedos.
post #20 of 22

It totally depends. If you are at work and you would normally be wearing a suit or blazer (i.e. at work), then you should combine your bow tie with those of course.

 

For more casual situations, they can be worn with knitwear or a nice cardigan. Loafers, Chinos and a dapper shirt are a great combo for your bow tie in the summer!

post #21 of 22
Clip-ons say DWEEB!
post #22 of 22
I know guys in Psych who were clips-ons in case patients grab them (particularly on the Schizo ward). I imagine security personel do it for the same reason. I know pediatricians who were bow ties because it is harder for kids to grab and transmit disease from one kid to the other.
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