Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Manton, Jul 30, 2012.
I vote nay to this, Tactical1, based on pocketsquare alone.
That's the most common color I've seen it. I think the jacket looks fine, but probably needs a white shirt and not a navy tie.
Ok. Assume a white square. What then?
With a white PS, it's okay. The tie is not in bad taste, but it's a bit I'm Running For Office.
Sir Watkyn Bassett does not agree.
This tie is more "sporty". Keep it for a solid navy blazer or tan suit. Choose something solid or with small repeated pattern. The pocket square doesn't work here either. You have such elegant suit pattern, just wear a white linen. .
A windowpane suit is an elegant look. Windowpane is also quite a statement so be reserved with the other elements.
Thanks, gentlemen. Points well-taken.
Funny thing is, I hold elective office.
Defnitely one parttern match too many.
Where's your American flag lapel pin? Isn't that part of the uniform?
I think you mean 'elected', unless it's just an office you chose...
Hey, man, don't come over here with that English English stuff. This is America, dammit.
Are you refudiating my correction?
I haven't put myself before the firing squad in a while...
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