"The rules are evening wear starts at 6pm tails i'd avoid before then for sure. Tails are a more formal option as opposed to a straight tux jacket, usually an invite will specify white tie or something if they want you to wear tails. "
"SO i have this website for fellow bowtie wearers like us, some of you are on there but some are not, you guys should check it out. Also to the ones that are already on there, you've not posted much lately, i'm trying to increase the…"
"As far as the under shirts go I wear them too, but I like a nice v neck so the shirt does not show with an open collar. an exposed t shirt from underneath can look sloppy sometimes.
The french cuffs are a great way to dress up a suit without…"
"Really you can wear none whenever, certain styles for certain occasions like satin solids for formalwear etc. I wear one daily I like to mix it up conservative for work fun prints and coors for other times etc. Just have fun with it. "
"I actually wear these myself but mien are more a solid gold or silver not more costume looking as these appear to be. The used to hold a function in earlier times as men shirt sleeves were more boxier and not as true to size as you find them now.…"
I love to sing and am in he mens choir here in the city, I also love to play chess and pool and of course I love to go shopping. Very much into suits and fin dressing and mostof all bowties, thatis why I wear on 90% of my life.
Love action flicks as well as suspense and drama and the occasional comedy.
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Hey, Kevin, thanks for the friend request. You look like a pretty cool sort of a bloke. I'm a Neonatal Nurse Practitioner in Newcastle Australia. I'm surrounded by women at work, so love to slip into the Art of Manliness for some Manly conversation. Alas, I have never worn a bow tie, in fact, I'm very rarely in any sort of a tie wearing situation!
"From a pragmatic or economic POV, marriageable women out number marriageable men, especially when you set aside biological clocks - because of incarceration rates.
Also, for a lot of Western history, most men have been yes men performing ritualistic…"
"My point was that men who want men-only places should work to make and maintain them. Under the law, it is hard to have a men-only for-profit business. But that doesn't mean there can't be private functions (like a poker night…"