Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Claghorn, May 21, 2014.
Cox, the knot is huge. HUGE.
um...OK, Sb. Had too much to drink?
Noodles just mad no one ever complained about the size of his tie knots.
Yeah, SB, the knot is huge. HUGE. Like my...
Today was cold and sunny in Melbourne. A perfect day for walking down some tram tracks pretending to be a nattily-dressed vagabond.
Moscot - RLP - Brooks Bros - Zegna - B&Tailor - Grönefeld - Stefano Corsini - Bresciani - Pal Zileri - RM Williams
First Russia, now Oz. Steinbeck meets Pitti Uomo.
Love that jacket Cox.
My recommendation, having rented gowns for 15 years before finally splurging on my own, is to buy now - a career's worth of rental would buy a few of your own. Now I struggle under 10lbs of my own wool and silk.
The knot is on the large side but not egregiously so, it's just exacerbated by the relatively short collar points.
Oh I own mine; it lives in my office and makes two appearances a year. Alas, owning it doesn't make it any lighter or more breathable. I really envy the more open regalia associated with northern European universities--they let some air in!
You bought polyester? :/
That, or it's the coarsest, least-breathable silk known to man.
Is there breathable silk?
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