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    Hey there,


    Some time ago I came across a blog that was nothing but daily updates of the guy's shirt-tie combination that he was wearing to work that day. It was amazing, but sadly I never bookmarked it. Anyone know what I'm talking about, or can suggest something similar? As someone who works in a suits-only environment, it'd be great to get some inspiration from sartoliasts far braver than myself.


    #2


    Not sure if this is the same one you're thinking of but it's similar:


    http://fromthewaistup.wordpress.com/

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      #3


      Not the same one, but not bad. This one had like three years worth of frequent posts - it was a total treasure trove of shirt/suit/tie-coordinating goodness.

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        #4


        Well, I don't think I've come across any with quite that many, but here is another similar one:


        http://coatandtie.blogspot.com/

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          #5


          Ryan, I'm pretty sure you're thinking of the "100 Days of Ties" project


          http://www.themomentumoffailure.com/...100-thank-you/

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            #6


            how about http://todaystie.tumblr.com/

            "The key to Success is the Quality of Execution"
            I>0<I

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              #7


              Looking for the same blog (I found it a few years ago, too, and remembered it!), came across your question.


              It's sadly no longer updated but it's here:


              http://www.yarnivore.com/francis/archives/cat_ties.html

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                #8


                @maxman that todaystie tumblr is fantastic. i had to close the window or id spend all day on there.

                My cocktail videos >

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                  #9


                  O yea, todaystie is one of my favorite Blogs...

                  "The key to Success is the Quality of Execution"
                  I>0<I

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