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I don't like either one. The sleeve ornament in the Ted Baker suit bothers me. CK looks decent in the picture but I doubt it is a quality suit.
From what you mentioned ("I think the dress code is slacks, dress shirt, tie without needing a jacket most days"), you aren't clerking at a conservative firm a la Sullivan & Cromwell. I would, still, overdress just a little and wear a suit half the time - it creates a better impression. Good luck.
Quote: Originally Posted by Sublime_Law If haganah gets this bent out of shape over a necktie imagine how he would respond in a political debate... Oh, wait, I think haganah might actually be Jose Antonio Ortiz. Check him out in this article: http://weblogs.baltimoresun.com/news...ma_suppor.html Cheap shot.
For $110 why not buy two gorgeous ties from Lance and support a fellow SF member: http://www.virtualclotheshorse.com/i...id=91083253317
It's from a veteran New York investigator.
I also want to add that every item sold by this seller is also fake. There is a really good article on counterfeit merchandise in the latest issue of Cigar Aficionado. Here is a very powerful quote from it: "If you've ever bought a piece of counterfeit merchandise - watch, action toy, handbag, sweatshirt - you have supported organized crime, tolerated child abuse, committed larceny and participated in a business that uses murder as a sales tool."
Quote: Originally Posted by robin Sorry, it's a fake. +1. Definitely fake. Everything from the strap to the leather and the inside compartment that says "computer" leaves little doubt.
Tees - $30 to $200 Shirts - $100+ Sweaters - I am in Florida, no real need Jackets $200+
Quote: Originally Posted by Mark from Plano no comprende "tops". +1
Quote: Originally Posted by bengal-stripe Gosh, they seem to take their shoeporn very seriously in Russia You are correct, sir. Russians, as well as citizens of former USSR republics, like their clothes expensive, even though not always tasteful.
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