Thursday, October 31, 2013
Straight from The Ward Cleaver Collection: Formal Wear, Brian knots up the suitcoat navy tie with creamy white stripes. It's a perfectly fine, serviceable tie, absolutely appropriate in virtually every tie-wearing situation. There is nothing wrong with it. No one at the wedding will lean over to her seatmate in the pew and whisper, eyebrows raised, anything about it in mock outrage. Great-Aunt Selma won't close her eyes and shake her head, frowning slightly, as she sits shiva next to it. Even Tim Gunn wouldn't object to it with a grey shawl collar half-zip, dark wash jeans, and navy or charcoal pinstriped shirt for a casual look. But I'd like to see something else, please.
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