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Reggae Mike

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I don’t seem to have as many white shirts today as I did in the past, but here’s a couple. The top picture is of a Harvie & Hudson double cuff shirt - unusual in being made from Oxford cloth - with vintage Armani tie, and the bottom a Versace with concealed bd. This one is over 20 years old and becoming rather frail!
The combo in the top pic is beautiful, looks regal to me. That Versace shirt is way cool too, are those shank buttons?
 

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I don’t seem to have as many white shirts today as I did in the past, but here’s a couple. The top picture is of a Harvie & Hudson double cuff shirt - unusual in being made from Oxford cloth - with vintage Armani tie, and the bottom a Versace with concealed bd. This one is over 20 years old and becoming rather frail!
I really like that Versace shirt too. Also like the picture that might be a nice entry for the Challenge !

Hope seeing some entries from the H&N crowd BTW !
 

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That tie would look terrible in an 80s outfit but here it looks great.
Haha! It certainly looks like an 80’s tie, but it is actually from the mid-90s. I have only just brought it out of long-term storage, thinking I may never have worn it again.
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I kind of agree with @Byrone, I think it is a good look @Mr Knightley, and if the colors of the tie are perfect with the outfit, I also think it’s width doesn’t look right with this suit. Would be more appropriate with a DB suit for example, or one that would not be so slim fitting. With that suit a much slimmer tie would be much better imho.

Without such a slim tie of course, but otherwise what a great look:
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I kind of agree with @Byrone, I think it is a good look @Mr Knightley, and if the colors of the tie are perfect with the outfit, I also think it’s width doesn’t look right with this suit. Would be more appropriate with a DB suit for example, or one that would not be so slim fitting. With that suit a much slimmer tie would be much better imho.

Without such a slim tie of course, but otherwise what a great look:
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Great movie!
 

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