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No.You're not talking about something that looks undyed, right? Because I can get behind that too.
Traditionally one wears a silver jacquard silk tie. The British actually call them “wedding ties.” They are standard with formal wear (meaning a morning coat), but they also work well with a navy suit as they will distinguish your wedding get-up from business attire.I've bought a very dark navy suit, white shirt and black shoes for my wedding in September. Looking for recommendations for a tie that would work. I'm struggling to pick one. Any ideas?
One can also dispense with the loop altogether and let the blades fall where they may. Perhaps that is a bit too Italian for you; many people beyond the Alps find minor chaos of that sort anxiety-inducing, which is understandable except to Italians.Hello. You might have foldeded it where the keeper loop is. I personaly don't have too much problems with this on my ties.Some times the ties have a keeper loop and a brand tag. You could remove the keeper loop and use the name tag as the keeper loop. Like the tie in this picture.
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“Made in Italy” doesn’t guarantee anything. It doesn’t even guarantee made in Italy.Hello,
I have a general question, latley I've been seeing shoes on YOOX, they seem to have a broad selection of italian made shoes from mainly unknown brands. What's your opinion in general? is there anything worth buying? does italian made guarantee any semblance of quality? any brands you can recommend or should I stay clear from yoox?
bare in mind that I am not searching for the best quality shoes but I am looking to put up a decent work shoe waredrobe for day to day use, not spending over 120 per shoe.