Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
SS and O/O haz teh butt seks
Make a great day!
Happy to see you left the mooseknuckle at home today.
Kidding, this looks nice I like.
Gorgeous suit. Company?
There are a lot of way to look at it. Different knots go better with various facial structures/ builds and various styles of collars. Some guys tie a high-quality thick tie into a very slick-looking FIH, while there are also douchebags (like a reporter on my local news and a sales rep my employer does a lot of business with) who will wear a cheap tie in a Full Windsor with a button-down collar or with a narrow point collar, which makes them have to leave the top button unbuttoned to accommodate the knot . There is nothing inherently correct or incorrect about various tie knots, it is about what is appropriate for the look one is going for and how it coordinates with the rest of the outfit and they guy's individual build.
Spoo is back to wearing ties. Armageddon is no longer upon us. I spent the weekend filling my fallout shelter with canned goods for no reason.
you all should know, that i personally touched that coif.
I saw only the previews, which made it seem like a total screed. The new Barnes Foundation building, I am sure, would have horrified Dr. Barnes, and I don't necessarily think that is a bad thing.
Sc by Crombie
Shirt by Tom James - Keaton style Holland and Sherry
Tie: unknown woven wool
Square: hand rolled silk
Trousers by Hickey Freeman
Shoes by Alden.
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corneliani, borrelli, panta, tie bar PS
met up with my pops for a fathers day lunch, he was looking damn smooth in a slim corneliani navy suit, white borrelli, and TF tie. snapped a quick shoe circle pic...
G&Gs and John Lobbs
See, you answered your own question.
DS, Nice circle. Your father's shoes own.
First summer casual look.
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