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For this week's Critical Shopper, Jon Caramanica went to Fine and Dandy on West 49th Street. After perusing the store's expansive selection of bowties, ascots, and spats, he writes: "Dandyism is a way of life, for some, but there are options here for amateurs. Buying a great tie or suspenders is like putting flashy rims on a Jetta: a good start." [NYT]