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I've tried them. I really like the owner, Eric, who will work with you personally to get your shirts to fit how you want them. They can adjust much more than they show on the order form; just send them an email.   Stylistically, the button-down collar is a little shorter than I like, but it's not bad. The construction and materials are good but not exceptional. The quality control is good.
This is what I carry, which is very similar to the Leather Man canvas/leather lunch bag posted above: http://shop.artifactbags.com/products/handmade-khaki-lunch-tote   The biggest difference is that it's waxed canvas and likely higher quality leather.  
So those paisley ones are printed? Interesting...
Like others, I suggest you wear whatever you want. Don't spend too much money on it.   I'd also suggest that you not be "that guy." I.e. don't be the person who always wears a tie, aka "tie guy." Don't be the person who always wears tie-dye, aka "tie-dye guy." Don't be the person who always wears ridiculously short shorts, aka "short short guy." Don't be the guy who always wears a fedora, aka "hat guy."   There's nothing wrong with wearing what other people wear,...
Thankfully shipping to the US only takes a few days once the order has actually been placed!
So far, assuming I can read correctly, the majority of respondents have advocated keeping a pen not in their shirt pocket, but in their interior jacket pen pocket. Wouldn't it be worse for a leaking pen to damage a jacket than a shirt? What's to prevent that from happening?
I kind of like these ballpoint Caran d'Ache pens; they're cheap:     I keep red, green, and blue in my bag, so it's always a surprise which color I grab. Just kidding, I always nonchalantly pick the one that best coordinates with what I'm wearing.
    I don't know if anybody has it, but MatteBox is a really nice, simple photo editing app.
Suede... snakeskin?   http://www.ebay.com/itm/Paul-Smith-Sueded-Snakeskin-Oxfords-Grey-US-9-12-5-heel-to-toe-3-5-wide-/261002775748   Brooklyn Bootworks Brown Shell Cordovan Boots   http://www.ebay.com/itm/Brooklyn-Bootworks-Shell-Cordovan-Boots-9-/190666342145
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