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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Manton, Jul 30, 2012.
thank you for this, does it make bantoni better?
Haven't been there since motorcycle camping on it in the summer of 1990 -- good times ...
wow, sounds like a fantastic trip!
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I'd be grateful to find myself at the bottom of the pile . I think I already have been, and I have taken away several thing from the feedback. Yet, would what you state above exclude the presenting of several options as I did in my first post in this thread or even in succession?
Gaz - is that you? All blue outfit looks good
Gaz - very well done. If one is going to wear a multi colored pocket square in an ensemble, that is the way to do it in my opinion.
Well, i took some feed back i recieved plus the comments made and decided to emphasise the monochomaticness of my colour choices.
My comment wasn't aimed at you, but at the suggestion of "curating" the thread in a more active manner.
Very nice, gaz. I think checks or plaids + lines such as those on a shirt make a nice combination. I'd use a different tie though.
I like it as well Gaz - great looking suit. Who made it?
I defer to the right honorable whnay.
In that case, can this shirt ever be in good taste?
Red butcher stripe, contrast club collar. I pulled out all the stops.
Luft, that is kind of barbershop-quartet-y. Too costume old fashioned. Shiny black tie is a definite no-no. I like black ties a lot but they need to have a weave and a dry finish to be tasteful. Knits or grenadines, please.
It's got a decent texture IRL, but it isn't as dry as you'd like for sure. Perhaps a grenadine is in order.
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