This one's better:
I still wear ties for work, outside of the summer. And some restaurants I will.
I haven't worn any ties in ages, but I feel like wearing one. I will go all Bond, light blue sea island cotton shirt and a blue knitted tie. I have an afternoon tea at the Corinthia, Ritz, Langham or Landmark in London coming up. The other half keeps changing her mind on venue.
People make such a big deal of cravats and are frightened to wear them, but i've never understood that thinking. They are excellent casual neckwear. They definitely enhance an outfit.
I have only worn a woolen tie in the army.
You’ve never had a wool challis or cashmere non-solid tie?I think it’s harder to match a woollen tie into an outfit without it looking like some left-over sportscoat fabric that was used as a tie. Not saying it can’t look good, but it’s more of a challenge, since you are giving up any texture contrast with the jacket.
Who made that crime?
Those ties are randomly centered ( see the pattern goes more to a side that being in the center), the point is not symmetrical and have mistakes as here where we have placed the H of here, see the point does not go straight and the line of the wool pattern is biten.
i repeat, who made this untie?
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If you say that example is “refined”, I am sorry but you got tons to learn yet...
So you are really into wood, huhYeah, I don't get the reluctance with regards to wooden ties. Whilst I wear ties a few times a year max these days, wooden /cashmere ties are canon.
In cooler weather, they are a nice contrast with heavier worsted suits. I also like the comfort with wooden suits and rough tweed of course wool challis is canon.
The only issue with wool ties (not always) is that they can tie a thicker knot. I have about a dozen or so wool/cashmere ties (mostly collecting dust in my closet)