Noodles' Good Natured Advice Thread - Page 491
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Maybe: 2nd and 3rd from right, maybe far right green I know I shouldn't like that one but I have a soft spot for greens, hard to tell based on the colors, grey can be versatile, plain and simple. The neat tie can be classic but I can't tell if that's green or yellow.
Burn: Everything on left half, I just don't like. I'm trying to stay away from yellows and thin striped ties. I don't like the loudness of the paisley, minus the yellow and it wouldn't be as bad. The white tie has it's place but I don't think its here. They all seem somewhat shiny too.
2). so is very light pink. would prefer a darker shade
3). another cream, burn
4). that particular paisley pattern looks like it came from window drapes or a 70s couc
5). stripes are too "busy" and closely spaced
6). mid/dark grey is not a bad color for a tie, but I think I'd prefer something with more texture, or in wool.
7). brown tie is ok i guess
8). light grey tie is no bueno
9). that murky yellowish-olive color is no bueno
10). Green tie is okay, you could keep that one too. I like the spacing. Particular shade of the ground has me on the fence. Not the best shade of green. Looks "minty".
Cream ties requires skill not necessarily bad.
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Great pics, but a cream tie is not that difficult to incorporate into an outfit. Basically a dark suit and a light blue shirt, and perhaps a DB or a 3 piece so you don't show too much of the tie. I've always wanted to have a cream tie for summer, so I'd keep that one Rudals.
Haha, thanks! Ties are pretty much the only thing I'm not selling. I have about 30-35 ties, of which a large percentage are either navy, brown or have those colours in them. I have only 1 solid burgundy tie, which I never wear, and 1 green one, which I hardly ever wear either. All I want now is a PoW tie and another textured grey tie, perhaps linen or shantung, and I'd be done with tie shopping for a long time.