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Oli I really don't think it gets any more conservative than the classic knot design.
 

Gunmetal is less conservative than silver though. 

 

I think I'll go with the silver knots - from what I've gathered it is the most conservative choice available.

 

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Searching for some good pinstripe suit pics .. single or double breasted, prefer wide set i.e. 15mm+

 

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I want to get my boots resoled. I haven't done this before and was wondering how much does it usually cost in Australia?
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I believe I got this photo off Pink Socks.

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I believe I got this photo off Pink Socks. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


That's jhilla, an SF member (with his own Tumblr account).
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Edward Green Trunk Show at Double Monk, too bad I am Sydney, saves my wallet.
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That's jhilla, an SF member (with his own Tumblr account).


Thanks for the Link JM. And thankyou for your advice the other week about my suit, If you read I decided to go plain navy, nice and simple. No showboating.


Can anyone help me I.D this tie?

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I believe I got this photo off Pink Socks.

Out of curiosity, are there any Aussies that wear their tie like this, and not cop questions asking whether it is a mistake?

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Out of curiosity, are there any Aussies that wear their tie like this, and not cop questions asking whether it is a mistake?

 

I can't bring myself to do it. Blame it on the OCD.

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Law africanos: 

 

Is there a specific type of law related to funerary and cremation services? eg, when someone is booked for improper cremation, mortuary services etc? or is it simply a conflation of other areas such as local council and planning, administrative and contract?

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Out of curiosity, are there any Aussies that wear their tie like this, and not cop questions asking whether it is a mistake?

 

Patrick Johnson et. al

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Thanks for the Link JM. And thankyou for your advice the other week about my suit, If you read I decided to go plain navy, nice and simple. No showboating.


Can anyone help me I.D this tie?

 

 

E.G. Cappelli for B&Tailor 

http://blog.dg6group.com/post/37501631431/e-g-cappelli-for-b-tailor

 

Reverse image searched it

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E.G. Cappelli for B&Tailor 

http://blog.dg6group.com/post/37501631431/e-g-cappelli-for-b-tailor

 

Reverse image searched it


Thanks, I did the same. Trying to figure out how to order it. I'm in love, and nothing else will do.

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Thanks, I did the same. Trying to figure out how to order it. I'm in love, and nothing else will do.

I don't know if E.G. Cappelli stocks that tie as part of their normal catalogue, but it's worth having a look at their website (although it will take you quite a while to go through their whole catalogue online).

The Cappelli website has an excellent sale section with ties from (I think) 50 Euros, too. Lots of lovely silk prints, and it's very, very tempting to order some.
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I believe I got this photo off Pink Socks.


Thanks Foxy - that would be the picture I would post too. This image got me thinking about pinstripes for the first time in years.

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That's jhilla, an SF member (with his own Tumblr account).

Yes, his Tumblr is great and from what I hear (#menswear rumours) he is going to manage The Armoury's New York store.

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Out of curiosity, are there any Aussies that wear their tie like this, and not cop questions asking whether it is a mistake?

I wear my tie with the front and back "tails" approx the same length and tend to pull them a little so you can see both blades. Occasionally I turn the back blade (or it turns itself), for example on the Henry Carter Australian Members thread (sometimes the wombat in a top hat is not required). Too be honest I tie it once and as long as it is pretty right leave it at that. Doubt most people would notice or care.

Interestingly (to me at least), I tie my tie differently to all in The Armoury video series. I leave the shirt collar up and top button undone until the very last stages (rather than start with collar down buttoned up).

But I don't spend much time thinking about it...honestly....

PS according to my UPS tracking my Carminas string loafers should arrive in the office today. Exciting....now to get off this tram and go and met Mr Nelson for coffee (running late as always...last minute attempts to make shoes look less in adequately shone).
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Interestingly (to me at least), I tie my tie differently to all in The Armoury video series. I leave the shirt collar up and top button undone until the very last stages (rather than start with collar down buttoned up).

Interesting - I have the top button done up, but the collar flipped up whilst I tie the tie. When the knot's done, I flip the collar down and make sure the knot is nice and firm.
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