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What is with all these guys at Pitti wearing clip on suspenders? When did this get popular again? 

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I knew the square was going to raise some hackles, but I just didn´t feel like white linen today, which I wear nine days out of ten. And as Stitchy wrote, it's too formal for the colourful tie...

I can get wanting to do something a little bolder, but I don't think teal, navy, and orange are great together.

 

Also, to my way of thinking, if a crisp white shirt with a spread collar is appropriate, then so is a white linen square.

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Originally Posted by Citan1145 View Post

Suggestions on how to pair this sportcoat would be welcome. I love the color and pattern, just have never had the inspiration on how to pair it, specifically shirt, tie, and pants.
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Not 100% sure, but I think dark brown pants, rust/burnt orange or navy tie, light blue shirt.  The pattern seems more fall/winter to me.  I'm not sure how to wear it for spring/summer.  

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From Sunday..wedding in a rural town.. the bride requested that people from her side of the family wear a red (flower) lapel pin..to signify her side of the family.. I dont have a lot of red in my wardrobe save for what I have on so I decided to coordinate it..and I also decided to not dress up in a fully matched suit because I felt it would have been much..I was right.. there was no one in a full suit.. not even the groom or the grooms men.. the most dressed up men had sports coats and chinos (with some clip on ties)..the wedding was at a church and the reception was in a barn (go figure)..

 

 


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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

That first EFV pic is money.

Yes it is.
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Those glasses make you look like a secret service member. That is good in my books.:smarmy:

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From Sunday..wedding in a rural town.. the bride requested that people from her side of the family wear a red (flower) lapel pin..to signify her side of the family.. I dont have a lot of red in my wardrobe save for what I have on so I decided to coordinate it..and I also decided to not dress up in a fully matched suit because I felt it would have been much..I was right.. there was no one in a full suit.. not even the groom or the grooms men.. the most dressed up men had sports coats and chinos (with some clip on ties)..the wedding was at a church and the reception was in a barn (go figure)..

 

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Brought to you by Hello Kitty Airlines :)

 

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Eliod-you pull off the multi-pattern thing better than most. Color, pattern, scale; you make it look effortless. Nice shoulders on the jacket.
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Eliod - Where is that shirt from?
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Love those rope-a-dope shoulders, EliodA
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eliod crushing it again.

v nice, murl.
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A shameless indulgence: Kiton. Easily the most luxurious shirt in my entire wardrobe.
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Dear Murlsquirrel,
Why wide lapels and not complementarily wide tie?
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Originally Posted by Rudals View Post

Dear Murlsquirrel,
Why wide lapels and not complementarily wide tie?

I have 4-5 of these Calbrese ties and they are all 3.3". Even though I prefer 3.5", it doesn't bother me enough to pass them up. So would it look better with a slightly wider tie and bigger knot? Probably....but I still like the look.
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Thats all cool. I was just curious. It looks all good but I personally think 3.5" or plus tie with a fat knot wud have looked even better
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