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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Manton, Jul 30, 2012.
Pink linen (unlined) bowtie, white shirt with double cuffs, navy wool sportcoat, green silk PS.
Pictures of such poor quality are not in good taste.
Purp silk bowtie, white shirt with double cuffs, navy wool suit, white linen PS.
Navy wool suit trousers, cap toes.
Please stop posting pictures with bowties - or at least shiny and/or pink bowties.
Post 1234 is an abomination
Navy twill suit, white oxford shirt, silver shepherd's check tie, cream kimono silk PS.
Soporific day... Zzzzzzzzz...
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You like 1232, then?
Looks good, man. Silver tie on a white shirt is a little boring, a little wedding-y, right?
Don't over-iGent your thinking. This outfit is in perfectly good taste for business too.
+1, especially the wheels colour... huh.
I feel like I am late to the party, but I am perplexed by the aversion regarding contrast collar shirts. I think they can look very elegant, if they are worn in the right context. In fact, I happen to own a shirt that is quite similar to the one Beckham is wearing in the photograph. Is the following outfit ruined by that shirt?
Comments are welcome.
Happy Wednesday. Blue shirt didn't look as good with this I thought so swapped it for a white.
no one - disregarding fit issues for a moment, this outfit is "ruined" by both the shirt collar and the tie. Same outfit with a white shirt (or a blue shirt) would undoubtedly be better, even with a striped shirt or a checked shirt... and with another tie even more so
citan - can't get behind that chunky lilac windowpane. Is that a suit or sport coat?
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