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That's also my experience.I read somewhere (sorry, don't remember where) that the weaving also determines how the shirt wrinkles, for instance an oxford or a poplin shirt will be more wrinkle resistant than a plain one.
That's the paradox. If you want to buy nice high quality clothes at a reasonable price, you'll have to buy them in the USA or maybe England. In case you find something in a developing country, which might be difficult, it will probably be very expensive even for our standards. I live in continental Europe, and I tend to buy a lot at American online stores... Even for items made in Europe. Discounts at American stores are way higher than those in most European stores (of...
Navy suit Light blue plain shirt Purple tie White with purple flowers pocket square Full brogue brown shoes
Amen, bro.
Agree.Yesterday I went out with some friends to a place we used to go when we were students few years ago. I'm glad I decided to undust my Chuck Taylor sneakers and put on a pair of jeans. Not only because I did want to mingle (or at least not stand out), but because after some beers a friend of mine accidentally spilled all his beer over my jeans and sneakers. I don't even want to imagine how I could have reacted if I had worn the HY trousers and the Tricker's suede shoes...
I'm starting to look away from big brands like Zegna, Brioni, etc. But I really don't care as we can find other good options like some tailors in Savile Row (or Napoli), or brands like Battisti, Valentini Satoria, Howard Yount or Panta.
Love the shoes! But socks' color is very similar to the color of the pants IMO. Not that it looks bad at all, but maybe some different color could highlight the shoes even more.
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