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Dimple Appreciation

John B

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Ok, fellas, here's a chance to show us your dimples! Yes, the dimples on your ties, sirs.

So impress us with your ties, knots, and dimples.

THEN let's get philosophical. What does that dimple say? Is it controlled or roguish? Do you leave it to chance and let the dips fall where they may? Do you purposely change your dimple to fit your mood or outfit? Do you ever go dimpless on purpose?
 

Mr Engineer

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I don't put a dimple if I have a tie on for work......other than that....dimples!!

Thick Silk Tom Ford Ties make great dimples!!


 
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havingaraveup

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Never been crazy about dimples (I know, crucify me).
I was once at a family event and my older cousin adjusted my tie and put a dimple in it because "that's how it's supposed to be." He was also the sort of guy who had pennies in his penny loafers, so that might say it all. All that matters to me is that I get my knot length right, and that it has a bit of an arch—let the dimple fall where it may.
 
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garymyman

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I love to dimple my tie, every time I tie my tie (haha) I get a dimple, so I never go dimpless. 
How the hell do you tie a tie like that? It's one skill that no matter how many Youtube videos I watch I cannot master.
 

Garasaki

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I don't think you get it John B

I would love some pointers on how to get good dimples...
 

John B

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Wow, Spoo. Good stuff. You seem to like a very deep dimple with very small edges. What do you think that means about you, or what are you trying to say? And I like your choice of texture in ties.


Well, this thread was pretty much over before it even started
Hey, I tried. I thought it could be interesting.
 

bboysdontcryy

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Wow, Spoo. Good stuff. You seem to like a very deep dimple with very small edges. What do you think that means about you, or what are you trying to say? And I like your choice of texture in ties.



Hey, I tried. I thought it could be interesting. 

That he likes clevage?
 

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