#2390 #2390 published on January 25th, 2021Read more posts by the author of #2390, Sage12 Comments on #2390 One step closer to wedding, Two steps closer to VR RPG continuation.
I’m more a fan of the regular tie. Or better yet, no tie. But I think Michelle is going more for cute than handsome, so…
She’s right, Phil. Just agree to all her fashion choices from now on. I’m sure this couldn’t possibly backfire.
I was never a fan of neckties, myself. I’d almost recommend a leather bolo, but Phil’s too much of an East Coast Kid to really pull it off. 🙂
I’m actually in 100% agreement here; he should absolutely wear a bow-tie. The necktie there is just far too bland and “professional” for the occasion, like he’s going to an interview rather than his own wedding. 😛
But the regular tie looks more classy, and gives him additional dignity.
If you don’t want a bow tie, how about a cravat? You can even have a shiny pin in it!
Still saying the betazoid style wedding shouldn’t be counted out just yet.
I know this is a tired trope and its a late comment but . . .
Bowties are cool
as well as a Fez
Fezzes are cool
When girls go shopping for dresses, or for clothes in general, it’s this whole saga involving a billion different outfits that absolutely must all look absolutely distinct from every other outfit that any other girl is wearing. When guys shop for suits or other clothes, it is simple a straightforward: this fits and it’s not hideous and it is perfectly ok to look practically identical to what every other guy in the world is also wearing. As a kid, my mother drove me absolutely batty when she took me shopping for new clothes, because she did it the girl way, having me try on every single everything and show it to her and it was absolutely useless anyway because, hey, the more fancy/stupid things were going remain untouched in my closet anyway. This is why the suit has gone a century or more mostly unchanged, because we finally found something that worked and we have stuck with it. So, yes, Michelle, he looks good in the first suit because that is how guys do it.
No no no, getting gently pulled by the tie has its own charm