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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
Not only does Hoge not know how to tie a tie, he was against the Giants the entire season
Many Nordstrom's and fragrance boutiques sell it even in the backwaters. Also, the 18th century origin that they so loudly trumpet might lead you to think they are not an NM house brand. OTOH, there's the Peal and Brooks Brothers association.
Pattern and color matching rule too!
They like to trace their lineage back to their tailoring days and exaggerate their connection with royalty, which is quite misleading. Regardless of their dubious accounts of history, they make some of the best scents out there.
Barclay's premier league notwithstanding. I think those are on 'roids.
Here's a properly sized, if a bit rushed and asymmetrical (sorry, its nearly impossible to tie one of these in a hurry using an iphone as a mirror) Windsor, at least according to how I was taught as a boy.
Sorry about the spots. Wasn't focusing on face.
Where were you when I was selling 4+ oz. of BdP for $125 on B&S? It's become my go to winter daytime scent. Just got a bottle of Amouage Jubilation XXV for evenings. A ton of frankincense and sandalwood but very masculine to me.
not even close... Creed was founded in London and has been around for over 250 years.. long before Neiman Marcus.
You're both wrong. Creed is a rock-band.
Glad to see your priorities are in order.
I've worn it every day since my 18th birthday. It may not be for everyone, but I don't care about everyone.
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