Crowley Video Encore

Vintage clothing dealer Sean Crowley takes a curtain call in this video produced by Matthew Karl Gale, who helped design the Ivy Style club tie and belt. 

8 Comments on "Crowley Video Encore"

  1. Old School Tie | May 16, 2019 at 9:52 am | Reply

    Crowley has got a good tie on there – never underestimate just how versatile a tie with a green ground colour is. Three out of four times I go for green.

  2. OST

    Like you, I appreciate the versatility of the dark green tie. I’m wearing a thirty year
    old racing green RL tie with jolly rogers centered in white spades with a white OCBD, blue sack blazer, khakis from Charleston Khakis, olive drab military issue belt and sockless BB loafers.

    Unrelated, saw first thong of the season and it was a gooood one. Love beach living.

    Will

  3. Vern Trotter | May 16, 2019 at 8:28 pm | Reply

    A green necktie says you are “practical, reliable and down to earth.” – Balani Custom Clothiers.

  4. Charlottesville | May 17, 2019 at 10:14 am | Reply

    Thanks to the example and advice above, today I am wearing a green repp tie with navy and pink stripes, a pink OCBD and a linen/silk/wool tweed sport coat, all from Brooks Brothers and all at least 20 years or more old. I feel quite practical, reliable and down to earth.

  5. Old School Tie | May 19, 2019 at 3:22 am | Reply

    Fantastic video at the end there, presumably all about Aleister rather than Sean, although perhaps they are related.

    And please do continue to defend green neckwear. As for Charlottesville, the green and the pink, what more can one say…..?

  6. Charlottesville | May 21, 2019 at 9:42 am | Reply

    Thanks for the acknowledgment, Old School Tie. The combination is something I had not worn recently. Pink together with Kelly green was a bit of a cliche in the 80s, and I always thought they looked best on the fairer sex. The green in my tie was a tasteful forest shade, so I felt a bit less like an escapee from the OPHB. I received a couple of complements on it too, so it may become a warm-weather staple.

  7. Vern Trotter | May 25, 2019 at 1:27 pm | Reply

    Pink and green are the school colors of that wonderful place, Sweet Briar College, if still in business.

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