For a wedding tie I would go with a real wedding tie from drakes in either a glen plaid check or black and white Macclesfield.
If money is a bit tight Kent Wang and the Tie Bar have their own versions (worth paying for a drakes though IMO).
God damn, now you've gone and got me all excited over a discontinued shoe :(
Ive always wanted someones pants that have 5 years age... like a good wine id imagine they'd develop a strong bouquet :P
depends on the shade of brown and rest of outfit.
Casual chinos sneakers could work. Formal chinos then black shoes or maybe a navy suede?
I like the grey tie - goes well with a navy suit. Bottom one id find hard with a work suit as its too dark
I had some made earlier in the year by Jason and was very pleased. They break the $100 price barrier, but not by much.
Yeah everyone says its dry but I tried conditioning my hair every day but after a few hours it just dries back up. To make it worse my hair has been naturally grey since age 6. I guess the good thing is that I have a lot of hair; my grandpa was >70 but still have a full head of hair.
Going to get my haircut at the crappy asian hairdresser again, i'll tell her to cut it really short since I guess that's the only option I have right now..
I'm sorry to criticise Jason but they aren't traditional wedding ties per se.
I get that in Australia it is an effort enough to get someone in a tie for their own wedding let alone a proper macclesfield wedding tie, and that there are many ties that can look tasteful at a wedding. But some traditions are worth keeping IMO.