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    Default Your favorite Pattern

    Mine is the Tartan Plaid




    It has an noble spirit made for Scottish Clans and Aristocracy
    and it has an edgy retro look that i love.

    What is your favorite Pattern?.

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    Mine is pinstripes

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    Default Re: Your favorite Pattern

    Plaid (not necessarily Tartan), broad horizontal stripes (as in many rugby jerseys) & military-styled camouflage (not pixelated). Sorry I can't live with one; I'm a Libra - I need options.

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    I need to think about this one! There are so many nice patterns.

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    Default Re: Your favorite Pattern

    I love this kind of pattern:



    usually found on vintage men's scarves.

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    Default Re: Your favorite Pattern

    Hello?

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    Seersucker...but that's not really a pattern, it's a fabric.
    FOR SALE CHEAP !!.....two blind buys that didn't work for me : 4.2oz CORDUROY by Zirh EDT and 3.4 oz CADILLAC EDT; both like new !

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    i like Paisley pattern more than any other pattern in this world

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    Default Re: Your favorite Pattern

    Quote Originally Posted by Pimpinett View Post
    I love this kind of pattern:



    usually found on vintage men's scarves.
    I believe those are called foulard, particularly on silk twill scarves and ties.

    I like the tartans myself.

    Pinstripes are nice, too, particular when mixed with pin dots and other patterns. It has to all be kept in proportion to look good. But when it is, it looks great.

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