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Greg, Buttero pre-orders we did a while back, did they only ship with cotton laces?

 

 

The baby calf styles are different and only have the flat waxed laces, including both pre-orders and all of our current inventory. It was a stylistic decision by Buttero that pairs best with the baby calf

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@Mr. Six Jacket looks really good on you

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@Mr. Six Jacket looks great on you. What about a knit tie in a dusty color, like these?

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Greg,

Do you guys have books from Scabal?
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@Mr. Six Jacket looks really good on you

 

Thanks!

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Originally Posted by unbelragazzo View Post

@Mr. Six Jacket looks great on you. What about a knit tie in a dusty color, like these?
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Thanks, unbel! Yeah, a solid knit like those would be great. I think any of those colors would work, actually ... but I have this idiosyncratic association of knit ties with 80's preppy. I'm trying to get over it so that I can enjoy knit ties.

 

Some additional thoughts that didn't make it into my initial post. I looked at a bunch of different solid ties. I liked that blue challis best, so went with that for a photo. Other solids that I thought would work:

 

  • Brown grenadine or cashmere, which I already mentioned.
  • Rust grenadine or wool/cashmere.
  • Olive grenadine.
  • Green challis.
  • Lighter than navy or green donegal.
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Drake's has done shantung block stripes for the past couple of seasons that I like a lot (ecru with navy, ecru with burgundy, ecru with green, green and navy). I think the colors would work well, but I'm not sure about the texture of shantung with the texture of this jacket. If anyone has thoughts on that, I'm interested!

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Drake's has done shantung block stripes for the past couple of seasons that I like a lot (ecru with navy, ecru with burgundy, ecru with green, green and navy). I think the colors would work well, but I'm not sure about the texture of shantung with the texture of this jacket. If anyone has thoughts on that, I'm interested!

Viola Milano had some block stripe cashmere ties that were intersting - would have what you're looking for without the shantung texture.

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Originally Posted by sacafotos View Post

Greg,

Do you guys have books from Scabal?

 

We don't

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Vass via NMWA
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Vass via NMWA
F last?

Looks great.
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Will probably wear with Visvim boots next time, but yeah.
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Jacket looks sharp!
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New and my first piece from Tie Your Tie, already love them.
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F last?

Looks great.

Thank you! Its actually the New Peter or P2 last. They fit incredibly well for my slightly wide foot
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I can highly recommend the Portegna espadrilles! Quality is great and the leather sole makes them very versatile.

(Also the cat pocket square, meow)
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Vass via NMWA
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Will probably wear with Visvim boots next time, but yeah.
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New and my first piece from Tie Your Tie, already love them.
👍🏻👍🏻
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I can highly recommend the Portegna espadrilles! Quality is great and the leather sole makes them very versatile.

(Also the cat pocket square, meow)
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