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Originally Posted by Caustic Man View Post

I think I would have liked this more as a northern lights fit.

I think I would have liked it more as a lights out fit.
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post #37923 of 44001
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Nice and modern approach in terms of the jacket lenght, I like it. wink.gif
post #37924 of 44001
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Originally Posted by Caustic Man View Post

I think I would have liked this more as a northern lights fit.

I think I would have liked it more as a lights out fit.

 

 

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AAS at least u stick to your guns, even when you're spraying like a fireman halfway to Concord.    Sans tie and with sockless loafers I think I'd  like this a lot tho 

 

 

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Nota very Justin fit imo, but from what i can see the SC trew color combo is nice

 

Has there been a 'loud paisley' challenge?  You have a winner. 

post #37925 of 44001
Plenty to nitpick on this one, so feel free. nod[1].gif Tie is the same one @Gerry Nelson wore a few days back. Shirt is light-blue microchecks on a white base, but even if you could see them properly I don't think the shade of blue was the right one for an otherwise fall color palette.





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Originally Posted by jcmeyer View Post

Plenty to nitpick on this one, so feel free. nod[1].gif Tie is the same one @Gerry Nelson wore a few days back. Shirt is light-blue microchecks on a white base, but even if you could see them properly I don't think the shade of blue was the right one for an otherwise fall color palette.





 

There's also plenty to love :fistbump:

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There's also plenty to love fistbump.gif

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post #37928 of 44001

@jcmeyer, I don't care for the PS here but other than that, I dig.

post #37929 of 44001
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Originally Posted by Caustic Man View Post

@jcmeyer
, I don't care for the PS here but other than that, I dig.

Frankly, I can't recall the last time you liked anyone's PS. In fact, I'm starting to doubt that you like PSs at all. And that attitude will get you nowhere, sir. sarcasm.gif
post #37930 of 44001

Very nice fit, @jcmeyer, I like all of it. That tie is something special, huh?

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Originally Posted by Gerry Nelson View Post

Very nice fit, @jcmeyer
, I like all of it. That tie is something special, huh?

Very much so. By the time I was finally ready to pull the trigger on it the site said it was only still available in the standard size, but a quick email to Gerald and some extra fabric that had clearly "fallen behind the desk" was found inlove.gif

And thanks!
post #37932 of 44001

I really like that tie @jcmeyer

That's the burnt orange donegal from Vanda right?

I've always wondered what you guys thought of wearing supposedly "fall / winter" ties in the summer. Or being "seasonally appropriate" for that matter.

I mean, in SG there are no seasons, it's hot and wet all year round, but I honestly feel no problems wearing that tie at any time of the year 

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I really like that tie @jcmeyer

That's the burnt orange donegal from Vanda right?

I've always wondered what you guys thought of wearing supposedly "fall / winter" ties in the summer. Or being "seasonally appropriate" for that matter.

I mean, in SG there are no seasons, it's hot and wet all year round, but I honestly feel no problems wearing that tie at any time of the year 

 

FWIW, at least 90% of Vanda's sales come from outside SG. Wearing a donegal wool tie outside of colder weather (whatever the season) might be more uncomfortable than anything. I do have a burnt orange knit tie that I would wear in spring/summer.

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I've always wondered what you guys thought of wearing supposedly "fall / winter" ties in the summer. Or being "seasonally appropriate" for that matter.
I mean, in SG there are no seasons, it's hot and wet all year round, but I honestly feel no problems wearing that tie at any time of the year 

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Originally Posted by Gerry Nelson View Post

FWIW, at least 90% of Vanda's sales come from outside SG. Wearing a donegal wool tie outside of colder weather (whatever the season) might be more uncomfortable than anything. I do have a burnt orange knit tie that I would wear in spring/summer.

As Gerry confirmed, it is the Vanda. Where I live now, the temps have been vacillating between 60F (16c) and 80F (27c), and today was around 63F, which means heavier wool is still something I'll wear. Another few degrees though and I agree with Gerry that it would get a bit more uncomfortable, but if you don't have enough ties to really separate for the seasons, or just feel like wearing it, there are many more serious #menswear sins one could commit satisfied.gif
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AAS at least u stick to your guns, even when you're spraying like a fireman halfway to Concord.    Sans tie and with sockless loafers I think I'd  like this a lot tho 



Nota very Justin fit imo, but from what i can see the SC trew color combo is nice

Has there been a 'loud paisley' challenge?  You have a winner. 

Haha what makes a Justin fit? I agree though, this is a bit different for me. Steed offers a much more structured jacket than my other pieces in my wardrobe but I do enjoy having it in my wardrobe.
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