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  While I am no umbrella expert (I am still getting by with the drug store umbrellas myself), I'd check one of the following links: http://dieworkwear.com/post/3429181947/more-umbrella-options http://www.kentwang.com/accessories http://www.howardyount.com/collections/umbrellas http://www.foxumbrellas.co.uk/acatalog/shop.html http://www.swaineadeney.co.uk/umbrellas/mens_brigg/index.html
Thanks, the shoes are Vass, New Peter (P2) last.
  I agree that my first choice would have been a tan leather or braided belt (if I had one), but I just liked the casualness of the cotton belt. Great look, too! While I am happy that it is our turn with nice weather here as well, I am jealous clothes-wise on people who can wear sweaters and fall clothes.
Thanks guys! Interesting discussion about the belt - the pants I am wearing have the loop to keep the belt buckle in place (such as this one):   http://putthison.com/post/19182988557/q-and-answer-whats-that-little-loop-above-my     If I want to use it and not spend 2 minutes undoing my belt when I go to the toilet, this is the direction the belt buckle has to go.
After a few weeks of rain, it finally appears that summer is here to stay:          
I don't know the brand you are referring to, but TM Lewin shirts are considered pretty decent for the price, and they can be had for 25 GBP if you buy 4 or more. Plus, they have regularly sales when they go for like 20 GBP I think. Also check Charles Tyrwhitt.
Barack Obama's Frank Clegg briefcase (via http://offthecuffdc.com/frank-clegg-white-house)
Are you sure you need a 17 inch laptop? I mean, the extra screen space is nice, but 7.5lbs of weight gets tiring really fast. I have also studied computer science, and I know it can mean many things these days, but most of the time, you just need your laptop to write code and you can do that on a 13 inch laptop without problems. I wouldn't carry more than say 4.5lbs laptop daily.   But if you insist on this laptop, my suggestion would be to just get a backpack for...
Welcome to the Styleforum! The fit that you posted looks nice. You can check the MC Casual thread for more inspiration along similar lines - http://www.styleforum.net/t/253842/waywrn-mc-casual-style .   As far as the shoes are concerned, there are not going to get much love here. I suggest you keep them for the moment, but take time to learn what makes a good shoe, and then get some better quality and better looking shoes.   For the style you are going for, some...
Spring showers in Vienna.  
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