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Poll Results: Who did it best?

Poll expired: Nov 30, 2015 This is a multiple choice poll
  • 10% of voters (5)
    sugarbutch
  • 12% of voters (6)
    Dennis Walter
  • 18% of voters (9)
    SYCSYC
  • 58% of voters (28)
    Butler
  • 14% of voters (7)
    Manolo
  • 25% of voters (12)
    upr_crust
  • 4% of voters (2)
    daaloe
  • 16% of voters (8)
    bienluienapris
  • 10% of voters (5)
    YRR92
  • 33% of voters (16)
    Coxsackie
  • 16% of voters (8)
    Prince of Paisley
  • 18% of voters (9)
    Crat
  • 8% of voters (4)
    DiplomaticTies
48 Total Votes  
post #16 of 55

Hard to beat that. @Butler

post #17 of 55

Well gents, this will be my contribution.

I only have one pin- or chalkstriped suit yet and this is quite old now.

Its made of a very good farbric though. Navy chalkstripe from Loro Pians crazy expensive Tasmanian Super 150-bunch for winter season.

Here paird with:

- Bespoke pale blue shirt from Luca Avitabile

- Printed silk tie from Berg & Berg

- Linen pocket square from Berg & Berg

- Austerity brouges in Plum musesum calf from Lazlo Vass

 

Have a great weekend mates!

post #18 of 55
For the challenge, and x-post WAYWRN . . .



post #19 of 55
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Originally Posted by Dennis Walter View Post

And there goes D...




Is it a rule to have your tie positioned like so for a db suit? Or is it just personal preference?
post #20 of 55
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Originally Posted by Butler View Post


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"Shooting" the Bond sequel:

Steven Hitchcock SB DV 3 piece navy pinstripe - T&A shirt with self designed collar from Budd - Ferragamo tie
Accessoires: Heckler & Koch submachine - Bentley coupe - Bond female weapons dealer
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post #21 of 55

Long time lurker, first time participant. Will probably be the most boring entry, but I thrifted this suit on monday and thought why not!

post #22 of 55

My entry, from two weeks ago, since i was on holiday after that :

 

 

 

 

post #23 of 55
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Originally Posted by upr_crust View Post

For the challenge, and x-post WAYWRN . . .




Great stuff, man! And lovely accoutrement. This is the second time I've admired your attire and the tailoring looks similar. Where do you get your stuff?
post #24 of 55
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Originally Posted by Dennis Walter View Post

And there goes D...
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Is it a rule to have your tie positioned like so for a db suit? Or is it just personal preference?
It's definitely a rule.
post #25 of 55

Not a great picture of the clothes, but the striped effect of the shed wall is a bonus.

 

post #26 of 55
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Originally Posted by Prince of Paisley View Post

It's definitely a rule.
thank you very much
post #27 of 55
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Originally Posted by nelsonchan27 View Post

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Originally Posted by Prince of Paisley View Post

It's definitely a rule.
thank you very much

You playin' us?

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post #28 of 55
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You playin' us?

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oops sorry I thought you were being serious. (I currently don't own any dB)
post #29 of 55

 

 

post #30 of 55
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Originally Posted by nelsonchan27 View Post

oops sorry I thought you were being serious. (I currently don't own any dB)

No worries - I've never seen anyone besides Dennis position his tie like that in a db jacket - it's his steez.
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