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    Was coming back from France and it was a bit chilly so I wore a puffy vest as always:



    Still sad that I got a puncture in one of my puffy vests recently...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leanderthal View Post
    @LesserBlackDog nice! Good look. I wore my hat too today for Easter


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    its different its good and what a good use of strawflower
    Eat what is good for your health but
    Wear what is good for your and others eyes

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    Quote Originally Posted by doomx View Post

    @armedferret the colors/patterns work great. I think your jacket may be a tad too short, but I am not sure.
    His hand is in his pocket. Jacket length is spot on. Great fit.

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    Sprezz.


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    Rainy spring blues. Tie is Spier and Mackay. Shirt is CT. Suit is the new LE slate blue "hopsack" separates. Watch is Hamilton.

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    [QUOTE=Leanderthal;270308]Sprezz.
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    Do you tie your tie so the inner end is longer than the outer on purpose?

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    [QUOTE=Pepetito;270333]
    Quote Originally Posted by Leanderthal View Post
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    Do you tie your tie so the inner end is longer than the outer on purpose?
    Yes it's part of the sprezzatura look

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    [QUOTE=Pepetito;270333]
    Quote Originally Posted by Leanderthal View Post
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    Do you tie your tie so the inner end is longer than the outer on purpose?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pepetito View Post

    Yes it's part of the sprezzatura look
    Although this is a common #menswear look, I think in this case it is a necessity of high waisted/rise trousers. I personally hate the small blade poking through, so I switch to DFIH and allow for slightly longer front blade (the tip can go past the waist but the base of the triangle tip cannot) to avoid this.

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    [QUOTE=doomx;270366][QUOTE=Pepetito;270333]

    Quote Originally Posted by Token View Post

    Although this is a common #menswear look, I think in this case it is a necessity of high waisted/rise trousers. I personally hate the small blade poking through, so I switch to DFIH and allow for slightly longer front blade (the tip can go past the waist but the base of the triangle tip cannot) to avoid this.
    I do it intentionally sometimes. In this case however it couldn't have been avoided. The rise of the trousers are high causing me to start with the tie uneven. Because I had to start my knot on the thicker area of the tie, a DFIH would have created a much too substantial knot for my taste. I am rather fond of the look of the narrow blade surpassing the larger one though! I'm definitely I bit in to the "menswear" side of things. I would not to it for a formal or professional event or place though


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