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Thanks to Cox for keeping the TASSEKS dream alive. Nice wheels in that last fit, AAS.
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Thanks to Cox for keeping the TASSEKS dream alive. Nice wheels in that last fit, AAS.

Thanks.  They're PRL from a few years ago.  They have a super annoying pull tab on the back that always catches my pants.  I've been meaning to have it removed.  

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Be happy your stuff goes through SFO customs and not LAX, Andy. My tie from Harry has been sitting in LA for 5 days and a package from Shaya for 11!

Sorry to hear that, Murl. After 11 days I'd be going crazy. Who is the carrier?
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@Andy57
 Very nice.  I love the neutral tones.  I think the square blends too much with the jacket.   

Yes, I am inclined to agree. The square is from Put This One and I've been trying to figure out how to use it. I thought it picked out some of the color in the tie I originally had on today. When I put the red madder on to take the picture, I left the square alone. But I don't think it's a good compliment to the jacket no matter what tie I would be wearing.
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Amazing tie. The pocket squares complements it nicely.  Is that an orphaned suit jacket?  I think it looks fine either way.  I wish the button stance was a lower and the jacket was longer.  Good length on the pants.  

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For some reason I don't like that tie with that shirt. It's like... It's like the texture echoes the shirt pattern in a weird way. You get a thumb anyway because the rest is great.

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Sorry to hear that, Murl. After 11 days I'd be going crazy. Who is the carrier?

USPS of course. A couple minutes after I posted, they finally released! Great tie and nice fit.
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For some reason I don't like that tie with that shirt. It's like... It's like the texture echoes the shirt pattern in a weird way. You get a thumb anyway because the rest is great.

Agreed.  The shirt base seems to be an ecru color which doesn't go well with the yellow dots. I'm not crazy about the tie with the jacket either.  I think there's too much blue (which can definitely work sometimes). 

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I think there's too much blue (which can definitely work sometimes). 

 

True. It's a Clags affectation, which we both forgive him for and admire him for at times.

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Amazing tie. The pocket squares complements it nicely.  Is that an orphaned suit jacket?  I think it looks fine either way.  I wish the button stance was a lower and the jacket was longer.  Good length on the pants.  

Thanks, and thanks. Yes, it is an orphaned suit jacket with a lot of texture. I've been trying to figure out if it works or not. I agree that it would be better longer.

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Just to add my .02, AAS has the chops to do unusual things. I don't think the orphaned suit jacket works here, and rarely anywhere for that matter.

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