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I got married without one. Horrible, restrictive, shitty things.

I got married with 3 priests, 2 ceremonies, one casino and some warships.

And no tie.

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I got married without one. Horrible, restrictive, shitty things.

You got married without a wife ? Must have been tricky.

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I got Elton John to confirm my dog and I into a civil partnership.

Woof woof !!

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WEAR A CRAVAT!

It's not restrictive like a tie, and you'll look damn good - and different. If you are single, it's also a great way for wimmin to have an excuse to talk to you...

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WEAR A CRAVAT!

It's not restrictive like a tie, and you'll look damn good - and different. If you are single, it's also a great way for wimmin to have an excuse to talk to you...

:D

No woman I know would be interested in a bloke in a cravat! That's just camp beyond measure! ;)

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I bloody hate the suffocating things. Is it possible?

....of course it is and why not? I have known people get married in jeans....they invited you not a tie. ;)

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that's even more of a reason fo me to wear one.

You can borrow one of mine! ;)

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That is a disturbingly accurate carricature of me! :huh:

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While I think a purple velvet suit, with a lovely deep red cravat would work well (finished with a fedora and a rather beautifully crafted "pimp stick") how about a Dinner jacket affair, with bow tie around neck but not done up? Looks like you've made an effort, and would keep anyone with strong feelings about the matter happy... and possibly entice the ladies.

Otherwise, there's always the option of a T shirt with a tie appliqued to the front...

I recently went to a wedding where a friend's other half was wearing a black shirt with a thin 1980's style pencil tie in white. He hadn't bothered to tuck the shirt in and looked incredibly scruffy - I don't think it impressed anyone...

While I don't see a problem with not wearing a tie, at least make sure it's a nice shirt, and that you look respectable, so that even if you don't like wearing a tie, it still looks like you give a rat's ar5e about their special day!

Presumably you know the bride/groom well enough to merit an invite (or are you a +1?), so why don't you ask them about protocol for the day?

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Some scruffy bastards came to my wedding and didn't wear ties. Personally I think they should have worn a tie even if they found them uncomfortable.

Also why do people insist on wearing awful sunglasses at weddings? Even when they're having their photo taken. It's not an epsiode of the Sopranos FFS.

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Some scruffy bastards came to my wedding and didn't wear ties. Personally I think they should have worn a tie even if they found them uncomfortable.

Also why do people insist on wearing awful sunglasses at weddings? Even when they're having their photo taken. It's not an epsiode of the Sopranos FFS.

I am not scruffy and have never worn a tie.....would you prefer a smoker like Mr King? ;)

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Surely it just depends on the couple..? Ask them if it's ok to go smart but without tie.

If you can't ask them 'cause you know what they'll say... you already know the answer ;)

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I bloody hate the suffocating things. Is it possible?

Mahmoud Amadinajad never wears a tie for ideological reasons, and because it gives him a relaxed, casual look

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Some scruffy bastards came to my wedding and didn't wear ties. Personally I think they should have worn a tie even if they found them uncomfortable.

We had scruffy relatives too but they were scruffy because they were wearing ties :lol:

I would rather have seen them in a descent shirt and jacket than a horrific tie tied badly, or with a huge knot hanging down and the top button undone.

Personally, I would always wear a tie but then I would always wear a three piece suit so would look a tw@t without one.

I think you could pull it off but you would have to be wearing a descent jacket and shirt along with trousers and proper shoes.

One of my uncles turned up in a grey suit that he must have bought long ago. He had a badly tied tie and undone top button. That was nothing though when looking at his brown trainers :lol: he really deserved a kick in the nuts imo.

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