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Thank you for your advice. Could you suggest cufflinks for the white poplin shirt? I never wore cufflinks and I decided to wear them for my wedding. Are there any rules in terms of color coordination, shape etc.? Say it is going to be a navy suit, white shirt, burgundy tie. The question is what kind of cufflinks I should choose.
I always had this rationale: if a bride wears a white shirt than a groom should wear a cream or light grey suit since navy or charcoal would stand in bad contrast with a white dress. What's your take on this?
Don't you guys think it's cheaper to ask a tailor to make a hole instead of purchasing your own one?
I have some leather belts that need some extra holes. This is the reason I'm going to buy a puncher. What one would you recommend? It seems the one with the red handle gives a better hole, more even and smooth.   
I hung my cotton sweater on the rack for several months and now found out a crack appeared in the shoulder area. Is there a way to fix it?
I only gave them a light wear for about three months. It means I wore them a couple of days a week. No exercising in them, no soccer, no gym, no running, no nothing. I didn't wear them in rain. So, Converse sneakers are just one flimsy piece of garbage.1. The inside part where the heel is is ruined. I tried to fix it with some cloth patch and glue.2. Crack on the side of the left top. I gues it can't be fixed. Glue won't stick it for long.3. A narrow crack on the back of...
I assume we are talking about different kind of sneakers. I have these ones. NB or adidas don't have such a type:
Hi, Have you ever had a sturdy sneakers? I have a pair of Converse. They look cool yet they are bad in terms of quality. A couple of months of wearing ruins them all as opposed to leather shoes that can be worn much too longer. It is my first sneakers so I was suprised how slimsy they are.
It's seen fine. It looks just plain and dumb. I don't mean the minute details. I mean the whole style of it that can be seen from the distance.
Hi, I tried my first cravat back in the day. I didn't like the way it looked on me. Do I wear it properly?
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