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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Manton, Jul 30, 2012.
I tie mine most like Mark Cho I think.
thank you kindly, g. your help, and that of others has been a great inspiration.
Interesting thanks. I usually stay away from broader stripes like that but I'll consider it.
Ok just my attempt to be funny. I don't really know the nuanced meaning of it either. I just think you could have picked a better tie. No attempt to be offensive--aplogies if that is how you took it.
No, not offended at all - just didn't know what it meant!
Thanks for the feedback though - did you have a different kind of tie in mind as a substitute?
This may have looked better with a blue shirt, but I was in court this morning. So, white it is.
Good question. I think the photo probably does not represent your suit completely accurrately, but I would say a solid color tie --maybe the green that Levoosh have on yesterday. Maybe a stipe like like Manton's --but then I think your square is giong to be off.
Nice jacket. Sleeves maybe to short?
moo i bet you sold plenty of knives in that out fit, that is what door to door knife salesmen dress like right? nice fit
Lufty, that's great. This is what I mean by similar scales with contrasting patterns. Dots and stripes, approx equally spaced
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