AN ESSAY IN ATTITUDES
Kinda looks a bit like Ronnie reagan in his 40's...
Ha! That's so great ;)
This kind of classic combo is now as rare as good taste.My guess would be J. Press on the necktie and (non-iron?)Brooks Brothers on the shirt. Am I right, or do I need a refresher course in sleuthing?
MLS,I'm old enough to remember when Ronnie Reagan pronounced his last name Ree-gan.(The first syllable rhymed with tea or sea or flea).I can assure you that in his 40's (or in the 40's), he never dressed this well.
So cute! You're a good sketch artist. :)
Admiral, You've just shattered my illusions...
Old School ~ You are right! How the cuss did you do that?!AEF ~ I have been providing that service for numerous individuals near and far for many years.
Old School ~ You are right! How the cuss did you do that?!Not all that difficult:a) I have the same J.Press tie. (Red White and Blue is a hard-to-find true classic).b) No matter how hard one presses (or how matter starch one uses, iT2s impossible to iron the placket that flat on a must-iron shirt. The Brothers Brooks non-irons have the flattest plackets in my wardrobe. What I couldn't decide from the photo was whether the fabric is pinpoint oxford or broadcloth. I would guess the latter. I would also guess a forward point or tab collar.
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