Wednesday, 20 August 2014

Defining a man's elegance











"A well-knotted cravat is the first serious step in a man’s life."
Oscar Wilde

"A modern man has only one accessory to mark his presence - a cravat."
Alberto Moravia

"A cravat, a pipe and a robe define a man’s elegance."
Clark Gable

"If Freud had watched his patients’ cravats, he would not have had the need to listen to their dreams."
Luca Goldoni

"A true gent will always wear his cravat well."
Noel Coward

"Tell a man you like his cravat and you will see his personality open like a flower."
Countess Mara, American tie designer of the 1940s

"If a person steps on your cravat, you are to blame because you were kneeling."
Karl Lagerfeld

The broadcasting legend Nicholas Parsons has started a one-man crusade to bring back the cravat as an essential part of modern menswear.

We wholeheartedly support the campaign!

4 comments:

  1. Tell a man you like his cravat and you will see his personality open like a flower." Last time a guy said he liked my cravat we ended up in bed.

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    1. Something opened up like a flower, then... Jx

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  2. When I had to wear a tie every day at work, I would have nightmares about choking in them.

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    1. Only if they're stuffed in your mouth, surely? Jx

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