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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr.K, Mar 25, 2011.
all that rain on the SC and shoes, makes me has a sad.
Okay, the tie: I don't care if it's Kiton, kill it now before it breeds. The jacket is forgettable. The pants are too dark with this combination, I would recommend a mid-grey. The shirt sleeves are too long. Shoes are okay in themselves. It's all a bit of a mess. Sorry.
Suit: MJ Bale Mudgee
Shirt: Cottonwork white w/ navy stripe
Tie: Henry Carter Champagne w/ navy stripe un-tipped 7 fold
Square: Navy random paisley linen
Shoes: Brown Carmina Captoes
suit is good, but the tie knot is huge and a little sloppy
Not gonna lie, had to double take to make sure you didn't have a swastika on your cuff.
That would definitely be a party foul.
BONUS! F'length pic to appease the fit obsessives
I don't agree at all with that. I think there is the angle of the shot and a shadow in the top corner playing tricks on you. Here is another angle, I don't think the knot is sloppy at all and it's about normal size when taking the cutaway collar in to account. Shadow is still there. This is a very thick silk btw (hence why I made it un-tipped). Personal opinion of course.
CW, it's not huge, but judging by the "softness" of the dimple, I'd probably cinch it a wee bit tighter. Just a matter of preference, though.
See what you mean about the cinch. The thickness off the silk on this one prevents a Spoo style dimple chasm. Was probably cinched a bit more when I left the house but in general I like a looser tied FIH and the dimple probably reflects that.
I dig the tie/PS combo
ALL GLORY TO THE HYPNOTOAD TIE
why thank you for all the kind words.
the majority appears to favour black. let's all hope this also directly translates to the election results in a couple hours...
LOL. As like as two peas.
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