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Tie Pins and Tie Tacks

Started this discussion. Last reply by Carl Malo Schneider Aug 18. 14 Replies

Hi, I do realise there are probably many posts on this subject, so I'm happy of course for it to be moved.  But I want to discuss not only tie tacks and pins, but the definitions, and maybe also tie…Continue

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Buy Boots Too Big Or Too Small?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Carl Malo Schneider Jul 2, 2012. 3 Replies

Hi,I'm sure it's been asked a million times.  I want to buy some H Hudson Herman boots.  I have the option of a 7 or an 8.   I feel the best size for me may be a 7.5.  Should I get slightly too small…Continue

 

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"Hi.  Just joined.  I know not of what I speak, but......And now, in the spirit of Spring, let's have it, because any poet worth anything writes a poem about Spring...Spring I see it from the car or bus window. I look down upon it…"
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Blue cloth under celluloid cufflinks (my father's that he gave to me)

"Dude, these are great! It's amazing how simple things (like cloth) take on a new dimension when showcased well! Wear these with pride!"
Aug 19
Carl Malo Schneider commented on Bruce Uall's group The Shirtless Man
"This is interesting.  Two and a half years ago i started rock climbing; mainly indoor bouldering but now also a lot of outdoors roped climbing (toproping,  solo toproping and lead (sports).  A climbing club I climb at introduced a no…"
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Carl Malo Schneider replied to Carl Malo Schneider's discussion Tie Pins and Tie Tacks
"Anyway, I actually like my tie tack and wish I'd bought that pink pin but i never did.  I have forever considered a waistcoat but judged I'd look a little 'flamboyant'.  Waist coats, esp nice interesting ones are rare…"
Aug 18
Gentleman Engineer replied to Carl Malo Schneider's discussion Tie Pins and Tie Tacks
"The tie pin exists largely as a vestige from the cravat, wherein the majority of manners of donning did require a pin. Perchance a waistcoat would confine your tie in a manner superior both in constraint and elegance. There would exist also the bow…"
Aug 17
Carl Malo Schneider replied to Carl Malo Schneider's discussion Tie Pins and Tie Tacks
"BTW, just to re-visit this (by way of re-visiting this site after many a month) I must report that my tie tack really has put nary a hole in my ties... :-)"
Aug 17
Carl Malo Schneider replied to Richard Horton's discussion Fragrances
"Pretty much any Bay Rum, though Dominica Bay Rum is nice as is D.R Harris.  Currently I have a Wahl Bay Rum that's quite nice.  I also like (as base as it sounds) Classic Old Spice. Pinaud Clumban is cool as is Truefitt and Hill…"
Aug 17
Carl Malo Schneider replied to certified male's discussion Attractive people
"I agree.  I'm incredibly good looking, but that's just me.  I like interesting looking people, bony faces, high cheek bones, maybe Germanic.  Lithe, athletic, muscular but not overly so. Confident in their clothes and in…"
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Carl Malo Schneider replied to Chatmonkey's discussion Young 'boy', Looking for guidance.
"Nothing wrong with accepting help from other people.  We all need help all the time.  If you think you're going to be able to make it through life on your own you're mistaken and living a childhood fantasy.  If you strive…"
Dec 23, 2014
Rick Shelton replied to Carl Malo Schneider's discussion Tie Pins and Tie Tacks
"If the tack is a decent one you can get a new pin soldered on at a jewelers, you can use pencil erasers on the inside of the tie by just poking the pin into the eraser, or purchase a new receiver for the pin."
Jul 21, 2014
Anthony Williams replied to Carl Malo Schneider's discussion Tie Pins and Tie Tacks
"Tie tacks can look sharp, but a) they are sharp, and can put a hole in the tie and b) even if that doesn't happen, the catch on the pin will wear down so that eventually it doesn't stay stuck in the holder.  I've never looked…"
Jul 21, 2014
Rick Shelton replied to Carl Malo Schneider's discussion Tie Pins and Tie Tacks
"I'm not a fan of tie bars.  Even though the tacks mess with the fabric of the tie I figure that's just a cost that needs to be absorbed for my sense of fashion.  I've thought about the tie chains but haven't found one…"
Jul 21, 2014
Carl Malo Schneider replied to Carl Malo Schneider's discussion Tie Pins and Tie Tacks
"Oh, sorry, I thought you were talking of those that form part of a collar bar.  I've not seen Mad Man.  I do like the Great Gatsby style though..."
Jul 21, 2014

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Vintage Cuff links
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The Imitation of Christ
Chrome Yellow
The Shadow of the Wind
The House at Pooh Corner
The Green Knowe Series
The Narnia Series
I and Thou by Buber
In Virconium by M John Harrison
The Sword in the Stone
The Wind in the Willows
The Republic by Plato
The Trial by Kafka (anything by Kafka)
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