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WAYWRN - Peacock Edition

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by NORE, Aug 1, 2012.

  1. LeviMay

    LeviMay Well-Known Member

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    Thought today could go here:

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  2. NORE

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  3. DJacket

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    Are you wearing a button down-collar with a bow tie? It certainly isn't a winged, or cut-back collar, is it a bow tie shirt? If this is an evening shirt it highly unusual one (can't see any other front buttons).

    Are you wearing Chinos and braces (suspenders)?

    Chinos and a bow tie? A smoking/evening jacket with a waist coat in the midday sun?

    A DJ/ evening suit is the last formal dress code, I prefer to keep it that way.
     
  4. FlyingMonkey

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    As a general point, people have been doing this for a very long time, you know. It's part of the 'Ivy' look (and this is not to endorse the outfit as a whole, because it's basically a mess).
     
  5. Journeyman

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    I quite often do it, but only with casual bow ties in printed silk (paisley or neat print patterns) or textured weaves like a herringbone wool.

    I agree that the above look is rather a mess - too many competing elements that jar with each other instead of combining well.
     
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