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My understanding is that you send an e-mail to styleforum10@gmail.com and post a note here that you will be in attendance.
Made my reservations and bought my tickets! Looking forward to seeing everyone!!!
You guys must have a lot more money to spend than I did in grad school!
That makes sense. One thought is that if you already have a trim-cut, modern suit that you like, why not just wear it without a tie or even with a polo shirt to any event where you might want to wear a sportcoat? Dressing down in a suit is a good look - or at least I think so
Yeah, the picture doesn't make it look very professional. However, other than the claim of shoulder divots, which I can't see, everything else would be fixed by pairing the blazer with different clothing.
You might consider the offering from Anderson-Little. http://andersonlittle.com/ Reviews have been good, the price is right, and they will work with you to ensure the correct fit. OTOH, why wouldn't you wear a suit? Blazer and slacks is sort of an undergrad look.
Brooks Brothers has a ton of ties that have both pink and blue in them... How about http://www.brooksbrothers.com/IWCatProductPage.process?Merchant_Id=1&Section_Id=212&Product_Id=1653473&Parent_Id=210&default_color=BLUE&sort_by=newArrivals§ioncolor=§ionsize=
Had to revive this because after four years I have realized that this thread, although initially written in jest, contains far more truth than fiction, and I've come to embrace that about myself. Of course today the term is D-bag, not Amjack and the striped shirts and Abercrombie t's have been replaced with tight black v-neck's. Plus I do BodyPump classes at the gym now which also works the legs. But other than that, this remains a good description of how I roll!
I have a few of these myself and have recently been debating whether or not to get rid of them as well. If mine are like yours, they have the double button at the neck collar and french cuffs as well. Just as a test I actually wore a similar one out a few weeks back - untucked with a pair of jeans and black wool sportcoat. Even though no one said anything, I kept thinking to myself, "2005 called and it wants its shirt back." So my conclusion, is get rid of it. As I...
LL Bean Signature - classic brand tries to go trendy. Just leave it alone and sell the basics.
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