A young man's search for old things.
I want that coat. Sorry, that won't do. I NEED that coat!
That is an excellent coat... I also like that you left the tie a little shorter, I've noticed that was popular in the earlier parts of the 20th century, perhaps it's due for a nice comeback.
Great shirt/tie combo. Very well done, my friend.
Sam: Yea it's nice. Break out the checkbook though. It cost me a cool fiver I think.David: Thanks. I've been wearing my ties that length for a while now.JRS: Thanks. An old favorite.
Could we have some more info about the coat?
I always wear my tie long enough to cover my belt buckle (if it doesn't, I feel just as "naked" as I would without a necktie).
Okay, I'll give you ten quid for it.
Conor, Congrats. on being named Kempt Man of the Hour. Also, I like the bold shirting color best and I wish it was rolled-pant-cuff weather here in Seattle.
The coat is a Harbour Master. I got it at a thrift store (shocker) and that's about all I know. 40R and it fits perfect.CDC: Thanks very much, it is always a shock to see stuff like that.Rolled pant weather is great.
IS that a safety pin in the knit tie? Interesting...
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