Multi-panel chino suit from J. Press/York St. Not the sort of thing that you’d wear everyday, but when you need it, there’s absolutley no substitute. (These seemed to sell out very quickly at the recent sale, so I’m probably not alone in thinking this.) Perhaps not too surprisingly, these times seem to almost always involve drinking too much. 

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Yet another fine Ludlow suit from J. Crew. Perfect for the times in the summer when you don’t feel like wearing seersucker. If you can imagine that. 

Yet another fine Ludlow suit from J. Crew. Perfect for the times in the summer when you don’t feel like wearing seersucker. If you can imagine that. 

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Gray and white four-panel t-shirt from J. Press/York St.

Gray and white four-panel t-shirt from J. Press/York St.

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Red and blue four-panel t-shirt from J. Press/York St. 

Red and blue four-panel t-shirt from J. Press/York St. 

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It’s seersucker Thursday again. And because the holiday weekend’s about to start, an Independence Day-themed bow tie seemed like a good thing to wear. 

It’s seersucker Thursday again. And because the holiday weekend’s about to start, an Independence Day-themed bow tie seemed like a good thing to wear. 

"I love the pictures of Old Hollywood, seeing the directors dressed in suits and ties. Even the grips would be wearing ties. But the biggest thing is when I was a kid, I couldn’t wait to be an adult, and I think what happens with most guys is that no one wants to be an adult anymore. So they’re dressing like kids."

— Paul Feig

A Ludlow suit in blue chambray from J. Crew. 

A Ludlow suit in blue chambray from J. Crew. 

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Walk-Over Abram in “tizian.” I’ve never heard of “tizian.” Maybe it’s a variant of “titian.” I doubt that I could tell the difference. 

Walk-Over Abram in “tizian.” I’ve never heard of “tizian.” Maybe it’s a variant of “titian.” I doubt that I could tell the difference. 

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“The tie, if I might suggest it, sir, a shade more tightly knotted. One aims at the perfect butterfly effect. If you will permit me—”

“What do ties matter, Jeeves, at a time like this? Do you realise that Mr Little’s domestic happines is hanging in the scale?”

“There is no time, sir, at which ties do not matter.”

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— P. G. Wodehouse, “Jeeves and the Impending Doom”

"I buy expensive suits. They just look cheap on me."

— Warren Buffett