Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Gerry Nelson, Feb 23, 2016.
I hear that No Name uses silks only with ancient thirst...
There's a subtle subliminal message here: this is what might happen to your home if you don't vote for sugarbutch ...
Boivin madder tie from deadstock. Worn with an Arnys jacket (I was inspired by @Clouseau).
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The Silk with No Name - is that the material out of which one makes ties for the Man with No Name? Just asking . . . .
No Name makes cordovan shoes from a horse with no name...
And in those shoes, in the desert, it's good to get out from the rain.
The color of this jacket is lovely ! And a very nice cut and texture.
My old school entry...
Brown tie by Berg&Berg
Is a brown tie one of your top 10 staples?
No. In fact, the brown tie has come quite late into my life and we sometimes struggle to get along. But thanks to you guys I am learning to love it. My tie, from Mark Marengo, is a limited edition silk Grenadine Paisley in chocolate.
For the challenge, then . . . .
Great braces! Who made them?
The braces are from New & Lingwood, London, about 18 years ago.
My first ever submission to a Friday challenge:
O'Connell's navy blazer (3/2 roll sack, Made in Canada model)
Kamakura pinpoint button down
Brooks Brothers mid-grey trousers
Brooks Brothers brown twill tie
Allen Edmonds Manistee Belt
Allen Edmonds Amsterdam in Bourbon
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