Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Claghorn, Jan 6, 2014.
^ I assume he meant to reply to Noodles.
As a result of this http://www.styleforum.net/t/387153/...izio-cappelli-3-colourways-already-good-to-go
Received these today, delighted.
New thread here http://www.styleforum.net/t/403427/recreating-a-david-evans-pattern-tie-to-be-made-by-cappelli
I'm in again.
Just if anyone's interested...
damnit. sorry about that.
this. post has been fixed. for me.
Wonderful colours and textures, Cleav! But I' surprised to see how poorly the patterns line up with the direction of the tie, or is that intentional?
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I think you should pour another drink and concentrate on the game ahead ol' friend
Pics taken right out of the box and delighted with them. after what's happened elsewhere with ties I'm not going down that route again.
Sorry my friend, didn't mean to remind you of that. You're right, I'm gonna get me another one... Cheers, mate!
You're Dutch as well? Finger crossed!
Ja, 3-1 wordt het denk ik
Beautiful ties. I'm jealous...
Laten we het hopen! Ik zie het op basis van het eerste half uur nog niet gebeuren....
1-1 na 90 minuten, 3-1 in de verlenging. Net als 1978, maar dan andersom
Very kind Pbay
These beauties should definitely help all memories of that other, unfortunate, tie situation fade away.
+ true story: I wore a Star Wars tie for my high school graduation.
So is it too much to wear a PS and a boutonniere? Do you just do one or the other?
I'm diggin this little number from Gentlemens Gazette.
Yes. Though to be perfectly honest, I think it's too much to wear a lapel flower.
If you've got a super dandified style, then it might be alright; it'll at least be consistent. Otherwise, I'd probably leave those well enough alone.
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