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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

Jeez, Cox. Not just a slubby tie, but a slubby jacket, too?


That ain't no slubby jacket. It's a jacket with mystique.

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Originally Posted by Pliny View Post

What is that tunnelly thing you're in  DT?


PS  shout-out to Orgetrix, noice.

It's a pedestrian tunnel in Geneva. Access the train station. Rarely used by anyone but skaters and tie fetischists.
post #29208 of 45061
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Originally Posted by Coxsackie View Post

Here's the one in Melbourne.




As you can see, diplomats don't spend a lot of time choosing their ties.

Many of my colleagues do look like they've chosen their ties in some sort of "drive-by store", that is true, but the one in Melbourne must be fake. The are no diplomats in Melbourne, they are stuck in Canberra.,.
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Nice tunnel view, @DiplomaticTies

 

Bad hair today...

 

Blue Loden SuSu jacket

M&S pocket square

Checked tweed SuSu waistcoat

Vintage cashmere tie

Ralph Lauren Rugby tweed pants

Barker boots

 

 

 

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Maybe, the two brown (trousers and jacket) are too close in term of color...

 

 

 

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mazzarelli

smedley

LA

Cappelli

Drakes

PT01 cashmere

EG cardiff

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Nice use of green jackets both of you.
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Originally Posted by Dennis Walter View Post
 

Nice tunnel view, @DiplomaticTies

 

Bad hair today...

 

Blue Loden SuSu jacket

M&S pocket square

Checked tweed SuSu waistcoat

Vintage cashmere tie

Ralph Lauren Rugby tweed pants

Barker boots

 

 

 

Seeing as you mentioned it, i have noticed your hair in other pics of yours and immediately thought you would look so much better if your barber would  use thinning scissors(or razor cut) on top at the back. There's too much weight there which means it will not sit right at the front until this balance is addressed.

i appreciate your inspirational and stylish outfits and that's why i noticed;)

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Tuesday, and a much colder day in NYC than yesterday - time to try out some more wintry attire.

Suit - Paul Stuart
Shirt - Harvie & Hudson
Tie & braces - Paul Stuart
Cufflinks - Deakin & Francis, via DeNatale, NYC
Vintage watch chain
Shoes - Septieme Largeur, Paris
Hat - Scala
Scarf - Thomas Farthing, London
Coat - BB


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Hai guise!

My life has become interminably busy, but I do check in whenever I can. Picked up this Brunello Cucinelli jacket and thought I'd see if I liked it enough to keep. Doesn't feel especially versatile. What say you?

 

 

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Originally Posted by SeaJen View Post
 

Hai guise!

My life has become interminably busy, but I do check in whenever I can. Picked up this Brunello Cucinelli jacket and thought I'd see if I liked it enough to keep. Doesn't feel especially versatile. What say you?

 

 

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I like it, I'd keep it. 

 

@Dennis Walter awesome fit today!! I really like what you did even though you chose a very bright orange tone for the tie.:worship:

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@SeaJen Sweet jacket, but the shirt tie combo takes away the richness of the coat. I love anything Cucinelli. Great choice
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