- Feb 11, 2018
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Today in the opera to Verdis Rigoletto.
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Thank you, sir. That particular tie is from E.G. Cappelli. It should be available at the website.
Not commenting on issues or difficulty with bar lacing vs. crisscross lacing, but I spent 28 years in the military, and we never used bar lacing on anything. Only crisscross lacing for boots and shoes.aka 'military lacing'. Never had issues or difficulties with this...
Thanks @DonRaphael . Enjoy your post!Thank you, sir. That particular tie is from E.G. Cappelli. It should be available at the website.
The vast majority of my ties are from E.G Cappelli. The rest are mainly from A. Quaranta Locatelli, E. Marinella, Antonio Muro, Damiano Presta, Conrad Wu, Rubinacci and Sam Hober. I have a couple of knitted ties from Sozzi as well. My favorites are those from Cappelli and Locatelli, but they're all excellent ties.
Yeh, not sure where the term comes from. Maybe it's from earlier eras.Not commenting on issues or difficulty with bar lacing vs. crisscross lacing, but I spent 28 years in the military, and we never used bar lacing on anything. Only crisscross lacing for boots and shoes.
It’s even in the regulation covering wear and appearance of uniform:
…boots are laced diagonally…
Love the suit.
And you speak for the whole city?Sorry, but your comments on Medellin are quite offensive for a city that had tough times and it's trying to recover from the image you have of it.
Very Woody Allen vibe here.