and I'll burn my Jerry Garcia tie.
but am too ignorant of design or color or whatnot to be able to see the artistry in it.
Angry Butterfly wrote:I have a beautiful silk suit I havent worn since moving to california, because people in the bay area have a suspicion of formal dress.
Badger wrote:Go neutral with the suit. Grays shifting down towards a light slate usually work well. Do NOT wear a white shirt, do not wear a shirt that's the color of the MAIN color of the tie, do NOT wear anything of a distracting nature (pins, tie clips, etc) in fact, if you wear earrings you might even want to take them out....
Jesus I gotta stop. I'm not gonna start 'Queer Eye for the e-Playa Guy.'
Eric wrote:Angry Butterfly wrote:I have a beautiful silk suit I havent worn since moving to california, because people in the bay area have a suspicion of formal dress.
Darlin'- I live in the bay area. I love a good suit (not a boring financial district suit)
I work as the staff photographer for a lovely gay dive called The Stud in SF, and wear a suit & tie 90% of the time. I'm known for them- I get weird looks from some first timers, but who cares?
I even wear sharkskin suits to fetish parties- I just let anyone unwise enough to question my attire as "fetish" that my fetish is looking better than them.
Let me know when you want to come visit my bar in a suit (Tuesdays or Saturdays are the best)- we'll work it out.
Hmmmm... will my playa be all suits, all the time next year?
Badger wrote:Actually Eric, my advice was a general on for the wearing of a specific type of tie. Because those J. Garcia are so vibrant my advice was put out there keeping in mind that the tie above all other things is actually the center of the ensemble. A white shirt with one of those things is definietly a faux pas
Angry Butterfly wrote:Hey! I love the stud! I used to go to "Wedsnesday" ( with all the furries ) when It was going on.
There was this bartender we loved there who appeared to be a wonderful classic bull dyke, but it is hard to tell in this town
i havent been able to find a decent vintage one in years
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