Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by gshen, Jan 12, 2016.
Careful, Sprout may take this as you making a mockery of the working man ha.
Sorry that it took so long. I took the photos this morning but had absolutely no time at work to post them. So here they are now.
Definitely still want that one but on a self-imposed spending freeze for a bit.
Gerald did say a few posts back when I brought that one up that he was running "dangerously low" on supply, so anyone who wants it was advised to move fast
Blue Melange Flowers: http://shop.vandafineclothing.com/products/blue-melange-flowers
Got several new items from Gerald and Diana and boy are they ace. Wearing one today: the Apricot Blue Basketweave. No photos to post yet, but in the meantime, an x-post from the other day in the Green Houndstooth Raw Silk "Tweed" tie. If anyone ever worries about the durability of Vanda wares, this tie is from 2012 and I wear the heck out of it, and it looks nearly new.
Non-Vanda is Gitman and Southwick for Epaulet (including green spring-weight corduroy and navy linen), and a Tom Ford PS.
X-posting from the last couple days in the WAYWRN thread:
Pink Hopsack and Burgundy, uh, something-or-other. Both are superb ties.
Well, I can't say as I have not touched the Panta fabric before. But let's put it this way, I only buy ties from Vanda nowadays
Navy-Green Wide Stripes, launching in a few hours tomorrow on our webstore.
Great with with smaller patterns like small checks or fine stripes on your shirts or coats! Very fine, slightly slubby texture too..
Very nice tie!
What's the fabric for the sportcoat by the way?
Thanks - tag says 'Travel Pro' by Loro Piana. I think it was discontinued a few years back though - can't be sure
Very nice looking!
Hey @gshen, question: Are you ever going to re-release the navy/forest green Grenadine tie you did a while ago? Still one of my all-time faves.
Hey there - no such plans, but we can always make it happen if we have enough interested parties to preorder it. We'll need 30 preorders to make things happen, generally speaking.
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