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GQ Selects: October
Each month, the editors of GQ select a series of items from the magazine and make them available through online retailer Park & Bond. For October, Jim Moore likes this shirt-and-tie combo from Thom Browne.

“Thom Browne’s always putting a different spin on the dress shirt every season. He’s doing something that’s a real hybrid that I haven’t seen that much, which is a button-down club collar. He finds a new way to reinvent the American button-down every season. This one we love because it’s a two-color windowpane pattern so you’re going to want to wear this with your quieter fabric suits and tweeds and sportcoats or a solid color cardigan. The tie is silk but it’s beefier, it’s heavily constructed and it will tie really stiff, with a strong dimple. I haven’t seen the red power tie, or the red tie, since the ’80s. This is the anti-Republican power tie.”

View the rest of Jim Moore’s picks here.

A brief word from our fraternal Tumblr, gqfashion:

GQ Selects: October

Each month, the editors of GQ select a series of items from the magazine and make them available through online retailer Park & Bond. For October, Jim Moore likes this shirt-and-tie combo from Thom Browne.

“Thom Browne’s always putting a different spin on the dress shirt every season. He’s doing something that’s a real hybrid that I haven’t seen that much, which is a button-down club collar. He finds a new way to reinvent the American button-down every season. This one we love because it’s a two-color windowpane pattern so you’re going to want to wear this with your quieter fabric suits and tweeds and sportcoats or a solid color cardigan. The tie is silk but it’s beefier, it’s heavily constructed and it will tie really stiff, with a strong dimple. I haven’t seen the red power tie, or the red tie, since the ’80s. This is the anti-Republican power tie.”

View the rest of Jim Moore’s picks here.