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Originally Posted by jrd617 View Post

Careful with the word cappelli

It's been known to enrage the noodles...

I guess the package that arrived by DHL at my place today wont be popular with Noodles then...

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are those all madders, don?

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are those all madders, don?

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All but the last one. It's twill :bigstar:

Will try to post pics of them during this week in the Cappelli thread. The pics at the website don't do the ties any justice. In fact, none of Cappelli's pictures does any tie justice. I always ask Patrizio to send me pictures of the silks before committing. The downside of this approach is that the pictures always convinces me to buy the ties, when the website has kept me hesitant, lol.

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Originally Posted by TweedyProf View Post

I opted not in the end, Cleav (thanks for your thoughts). It seemed likely to be a "worn rarely" tie and so, I passed (it was in the Barney's sale bin for $47...gone now, probably by someone reading this thread!).

Post your Cappellis!


Your wish is...






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v nice cleav
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On the Madder note, given their dusty/matte sort of look, I'm guessing they're generally more suited for autumny "casual" type clothes like flannel suits and tweed SC's?

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Originally Posted by jrd617 View Post

v nice cleav

JRD, I thank you. They are very different from my other Capps

Still can't get the burgundy one on though yet. Any suggestions all?
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@Cleav

Are they sturdy? They look sturdy. Ooop! I guess it doesn't matter but they do look nice.  

 

@DonRaphael

Where is that Zegna suit?!!!! 

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Originally Posted by The Noodles View Post

@Cleav

Are they sturdy? They look sturdy. Ooop! I guess it doesn't matter but they do look nice.  

Good question mate. I'd say robust may be a good word. Which is probably why of course they don't sit well with a suit, If that makes sense...
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@Cleav

Are they sturdy? They look sturdy. Ooop! I guess it doesn't matter but they do look nice.  

 

@DonRaphael

Where is that Zegna suit?!!!! 

Lol, I know I know. Honestly, I have no camera at hand and my iPhone camera sucks. The only time I post pictures of items I own is when I take my gf's phone. I've been meaning to start posting fits in WAYWRN when my iPhone 6 arrives in 4-5 weeks. You'll see it then, hopefully :slayer:

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Did u buy the grey zegna suit from noodles don?
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No secrets round these parts...
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Yes I did. And I'm very happy with it. I understand he got it from you, right?
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Originally Posted by jrd617 View Post

Careful with the word cappelli

It's been known to enrage the noodles...

Would that mean that we'd have... hot noodles?
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Originally Posted by SamF View Post
 

On the Madder note, given their dusty/matte sort of look, I'm guessing they're generally more suited for autumny "casual" type clothes like flannel suits and tweed SC's?

 

Yes...madder is for autumn/winter...

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