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Moe: neckTies? You're lucky I got dressed at all(1)

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Moe: NeckTies? You're lucky I got dressed at all

By Doug Moe

I suppose I should have taken more pleasure in a headline that ran in the New York Times last week.

The headline read: "A Last Bastion of the Necktie Throws in the Towel."

The story related how the venerable 21 Club in Manhattan has "abandoned its necktie requirement at dinner in its two dining rooms."

The 21 Club was believed to be the last restaurant in New York other than the Rainbow Room -- which is only open selected weekend nights -- to require men to wear neckties.

I am fairly sure I can count on one hand the number of times I have worn a necktie in the last 40 years, and in each instance a marriage was involved.

I am pleased to say that not all of them were mine.

I have always felt that neckties were ridiculous, but the Times article on the 21 Club really didn't resonate with me because I never cared if other guys wore ties or not. I just didn't want to, and if that meant not going to 21, well, there are a lot of restaurants in New York.

In Madison, where casual rules, that has never been a problem. The Madison Club used to require jackets, which are fine in my book, but they abandoned even that policy back around 2000 in favor of what the club calls "business casual."

Some years ago I wrote a column revealing my three rules of fashion, although I have never really embraced "fashion" as a concept. I prefer to think of it as "getting dressed."

Anyway, that column appalled some readers, who couldn't believe I actually live by the three rules I articulated.

The rules are: 1) Only wear white socks; 2) Waistbands must be flexible; and 3) Never wear a necktie.

I wrote that column after receiving an interesting letter that began:

"You were recently selected by the Office of the Managing Director for a free listing on 'The International Executive Guild's Who's Who."

All I needed to do, the letter said, was fill out a brief form detailing my "business expertise (corporate management, civil engineering, nuclear physics, mortgage banking, etc.)"

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