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    Wearing this to a party on Friday:

    http://www.next.co.uk/shopping/men/c...4#LID=01_01_06

    along with a black tie, jeans and brown shoes what do you think? Xx

    EDIT: most of you are idiots - the event is quite a formal party and the tie goes with the shirt, it's a natural combination. you ***** on TSR have no dress sense.
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    ditch the tie
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    Great
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    Don't wear a tie.
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    not the tie. Nice top too
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    I agree, a black tie is too formal for a house party. Without is just about right
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    to a HOUSE party?

    why are you dressing up so much?
    i suggest -->
    http://www.asos.com/Voi/Voi-Santiago...rt=-1&clr=Blue

    or similar
    with jeans

    brown shoes are horrible in my opinion
    try this
    --> http://www.asos.com/Asos-Collection/...t=-1&clr=White

    or

    http://www.asos.com/Fred-Perry/Fred-...t=-1&clr=White

    :sexface:

    Is this meant to be a really 'dressy' party?
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    Don't wear a tie.
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    I think you dress like an OAP
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    black tie and brown shoes.... hmmm
    Not sure on that.

    Bit formal for a house party. Just ditch the tie.
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    (Original post by a_t)
    I think you dress like an OAP
    I agree.
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    no tie or brown shoes. it is formal for a house party too but if thats the look then fair play
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    (Original post by alibobs)
    no tie or brown shoes. it is formal for a house party too but if thats the look then fair play
    This! Brown shoes are a no no imo. Also tie doesn't really seem event appropriate
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    You dress up to go to a house party??
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    (Original post by Arturo Bandini)
    You dress up to go to a house party??
    Yeah, it's a bit more of a formal house party! and I think the look is fine - the black tie goes with the shirt and the brown shoes look sweet, brand new.
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    (Original post by Part A)
    Yeah, it's a bit more of a formal house party! and I think the look is fine - the black tie goes with the shirt and the brown shoes look sweet, brand new.
    it's fine if you wanna blend in with the wallpaper
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    Looks alright. Quite formal although a tie is abit OTT.
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    I have this in red with dark grey shirt insert. It is quite formal, but I wear it with jeans so it looks more casual formal. Everyone says it's really nice, and if you've been working out a lot like i have, then it'll really show those ripped muscles

    EDIT: If it's shirt insert, then you can't wear a tie with it, because the part of the shirt that shows is sowed (spelling) onto the collar.
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    Wear a tie if you want to look like a penis.

    (Original post by Bubbles0ox)
    to a HOUSE party?

    why are you dressing up so much?
    i suggest -->
    http://www.asos.com/Voi/Voi-Santiago...rt=-1&clr=Blue

    or similar
    with jeans

    brown shoes are horrible in my opinion
    try this
    --> http://www.asos.com/Asos-Collection/...t=-1&clr=White

    or

    http://www.asos.com/Fred-Perry/Fred-...t=-1&clr=White

    :sexface:

    Is this meant to be a really 'dressy' party?
    Wear that if you want to look even more like a penis.
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    (Original post by DaveSmith99)
    Wear a tie if you want to look like a penis.



    Wear that if you want to look even more like a penis.
    pah!
    you know nothing....
 
 
 
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