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post #10876 of 37392

Vanda, I bet. :embar: 

 

:censored:They're building an underground garage at work and they're drilling into the foundation right beneath me for the next 4 weeks. :censored: I am on the 3rd floor and feel sorry for the people down below me. I have rented out a laptop and I am moving somewhere else. :censored:


Edited by The Noodles - 8/25/14 at 8:32am
post #10877 of 37392

It's Vanda. I received the exact same tie last week.

 

Here it is http://vandafineclothing.com/store/neckties/500-brown-tan-flowers.html and it rocks!

post #10878 of 37392
57" long....ugh....I'll have to tuck the blade into my shirt by my collar at that length.
post #10879 of 37392
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Originally Posted by jungleroller View Post

57" long....ugh....I'll have to tuck the blade into my shirt by my collar at that length.

Do a double loop and you shouldn't have to. 

post #10880 of 37392
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My sister and her husband have 22-month-old twin boys. That's certainly been their experience. The twins feed off each other in making bad decisions.

I just spent a week with them on a family vacation. When your kids are that age, your job as a parent is akin to a bomb squad technician. Snip the wrong wire, and the kids will go off. Ten minutes later, it's like nothing happened. I think my sister is looking forward to passing the "terrible twos" stage.

 

This made me laugh.  Most of the time, I don't even know why my 2 year old is upset.  

post #10881 of 37392
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Originally Posted by jungleroller View Post

57" long....ugh....I'll have to tuck the blade into my shirt by my collar at that length.

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Originally Posted by The Noodles View Post

Do a double loop and you shouldn't have to. 

Or just email them and see if they'll make you a shorter tie. They're usually happy to do it for a reasonable upcharge.
post #10882 of 37392
I'm sorry I wasn't clear, It's seemingly too short for me. If a tie isn't long enough to reach the loophole of the tie, I tuck it into my shirt between buttons around the chest area. It's not my favorite move but it works in a pinch. I will check with them about increased lengths though. Thanks.
post #10883 of 37392
Vanda do customisations for a small surcharge, can't say how much at the moment, no issues. Mine are usually 3 3/8x59".
post #10884 of 37392

I browsed thru the casual thread and have to say, I just don't get why some get like 40+ thumbs up. Let me remind you that I am in no way trying to bash the thread. I am only pointing out that some are way too fashion forward for me that I just don't get why some are good fits. Anyone share this opinion?

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Originally Posted by The Noodles View Post
 

I browsed thru the casual thread and have to say, I just don't get why some get like 40+ thumbs up. Let me remind you that I am in no way trying to bash the thread. I am only pointing out that some are way too fashion forward for me that I just don't get why some are good fits. Anyone share this opinion?


The MC casual thread? Can't be. I don't remember seeing any 40+ fits. Are you talking about the SWD WAYWRN?

post #10886 of 37392
Been away for a week, too many post to read. Just checking back in.
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Originally Posted by MGoCrimson View Post
 


The MC casual thread?

yes...

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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

Been away for a week, too many post to read. Just checking back in.


Where have you been? That's a long time...will be on lunch break only SF checking now that the term has started, or end of the day (started at 7AM today...ugh). I'm sure I'll backslide though...:embar:

post #10889 of 37392
Greetings, fellow Noodlers.

I'm X posting from NMWA thread, cuz I know how good natured and helpful you (mostly) are:

Quick question for those of you with Inglese and/or Camoshita dress shirts: have you noticed any notable shrinkage in collar or sleeve length after conventional washing, or does no one here do this? My goal is to achieve a bit of shrinkage in these areas through conventional wash & dry (though hopefully little in body/shoulders). Following that process I would hand wash going forward.

Is conventional machine wash & dry not recommended for either of these even if it's only once or twice?
Edited by AJL - 8/25/14 at 12:31pm
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Originally Posted by TweedyProf View Post


Where have you been? That's a long time...will be on lunch break only SF checking now that the term has started, or end of the day (started at 7AM today...ugh). I'm sure I'll backslide though...shog%5B1%5D.gif

Vacation!


What did I miss?
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