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I don't know what all of you are talking about. Luger's tie is f*cking amazing. I cannot believe that something like that was ever created!

Then you are a younger man than I, as I lived through the 1970's, and remember ties both that wide and that florid. As to the question of whether I wore such things, I will invoke the Fifth Amendment.
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Luger's tie looks like a cat that got run over by a motorbike.

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Originally Posted by Coxsackie View Post
 

Luger's tie looks like a cat that got run over by a motorbike.

He should send the tie to me.

I'll gladly run it over with my motorcycle a few times. Then burn it for good measure.

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@Coxsackie  FTW

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A rainy and sticky grey day 

 

Suit : Attolini

Shoe : Alden

 

Thank you all

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I like @luger's tie. But I am an acquite taste
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A rainy and sticky grey day 

 

Suit : Attolini

Shoe : Alden

 

Thank you all

 

I like the suit very much and the low contrast idea. But the stripes of shirt and tie are too close in scale and the shoes look too coarse/casual for such a refined suit.

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Maui Jim sunglasses
CT Superfine 180 shirt
J.Crew tie
RL Pocket Square
Mezlan belt
Dunhill cuff links
GANT semi lined natural shoulder blazer
J.Crew pants
Corgi socks
Alden Shell Cordovan tassel loafers
GP watch



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There are a wide variety of floral ties, could you give an example of which you dislike?

Actually, all of them. I got an expensive RLPL floral tie as a gift once but could not wear it.

 

I see that you have your brand. What was the concept behind having a dude do a skateboard jump in a suit. (No sarcasm here, pure curiosity).

I wish you the best with E-F-V brand.

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Originally Posted by EliodA View Post
 

 

I like the suit very much and the low contrast idea. But the stripes of shirt and tie are too close in scale and the shoes look too coarse/casual for such a refined suit.

 

Thank you for the great Idea. 

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Justin, Ed did exceedingly well by you with that jacket.  Can you drive down to see Roycru so that we can get a worthy pic of it?

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Justin, Ed did exceedingly well by you with that jacket.  Can you drive down to see Roycru so that we can get a worthy pic of it?

Thank you sir, Ed has great products and I seem to be reaching out to him often for more! Actually @GusW came into work and took a pic of me, hopefully we will post it on Instagram soon and I can share it with you guys!
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While the gentleman in the snuff loafers appears to be enjoying himself, the gentleman in the grey loafers is absolutely owning that shit.

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Originally Posted by AdidaSuit View Post

Actually, all of them. I got an expensive RLPL floral tie as a gift once but could not wear it.

I see that you have your brand. What was the concept behind having a dude do a skateboard jump in a suit. (No sarcasm here, pure curiosity).
I wish you the best with E-F-V brand.

Cheers, I don't know if I own any floral ties myself. I guess it depends on what you call floral. I've seen some people refer to neat ties with flower like neat patterns as floral.

The idea of using skateboarders came from my own background as a skateboarder (I must say I'm quite surprised at how many other skateboarders I've met in the classic menswear business). It's also a good way of showing the mobility in the suit. Plus, the guys fell over quite a few times shooting, and those suits still look like they've never been worn.
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