Wednesday, March 21, 2007
Three Patterns, One Conglomeration
Today's conglomeration is three different patterne put together. "They" say you can have two of the same pattern together so long as the patterns are different sizes. For instance, a wide striped necktie with a fine line dress shirt. I decided to try three different patterns. I don't know if the solid sportcoat classifies as a pattern though.
Today's dress shirt is a spread collar, non-iron black and gray check. It's a pinpoint oxford weave. It's also the first check dress shirt that I have owned. I like it enough that I'm going to get more.
The necktie is from Paul Fredrick. The stripes are black, gray, silver and white. It's knotted in a half Windsor. That does kind of depend on who calls it that though.