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post #34066 of 37395
And I think cordovan stretches less than calf, so maybe we've covered it all.
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Originally Posted by TM79 View Post

And I think cordovan stretches less than calf, so maybe we've covered it all.

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post #34068 of 37395
Isn't some suede pigskin?
post #34069 of 37395
Thread Starter 
Yes. My briefcase has pigskin suede lining. Very soft
post #34070 of 37395
It would be marked as such
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Gents,

Itching to add more ties to my large collection. Staples all covered and looking for a couple more neats. What do you think of these two from Cappellis? I love the grey, but figure it's too light for a sky blue shirt.
post #34072 of 37395
^ I like both. Grey might be slightly better with a white shirt, but should be fine with a pale enough blue.
post #34073 of 37395
Thread Starter 
I don't think the gray is dark enough for even a pale blue.
post #34074 of 37395
White shirt, navy suit?
post #34075 of 37395
Olive one or two?

Deep red one or two?





http://bergbergstore.com/accessories/ties/printed-small-pattern-silk-tie-burgundy-blue-bronze.html
post #34076 of 37395
The 1st green is good
post #34077 of 37395
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Originally Posted by Cao Cao View Post

The 1st green is good

 

Agreed.  I think better options exist to both burgundy neats. 

post #34078 of 37395
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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post

I don't think the gray is dark enough for even a pale blue.

Disagree. It's lower contrast, which can be tough to do, but still noticeably darker than a pale blue. Pale blue and white stripes would work too.
post #34079 of 37395
I think it works particularly well in a low contrast fit

imho



post #34080 of 37395

If that's the being referenced above, it does indeed. Looks excellent there.

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