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The Brooks Brothers are their regular, traditional cut. The Ralph Lauren ones run slimmer.
I have 8, count ‘em, 8 pinpoint 100% cotton button down shirts in perfect condition from Brooks Brothers—in the classic Brooks style! New, these shirts would be $70+ including tax; I’m selling them for just $15 a piece. They've only been worn 2-3 times each and are like new! I have the following available: •4 Brooks Brothers white pinpoint cotton button down •4 Brooks Brothers blue pinpoint cotton button down If you need some great-looking 14 1/2 x 32 Brooks cotton...
Classic...luxurious...warm. The three perfect words to describe this amazing cashmere, 2-button, natural shoulder blazer from Southwick, one of the nation's premier clothing manufacturers. 100% cashmere in like-new condition. The must-have jacket for someone building the perfect gentlemen's wardrobe. Jacket was originally $850; I'm selling it for only $150. This is an outstanding opportunity to add a must-have staple to your closet, while being easy on the wallet. And...
How would you like a size 37 Brooks Brothers mid-weight wool, double-breasted blazer? Even better, how would you like one in perfect condition, at a fraction of the original price? Jacket was originally $800; I'm selling it for only $100. If you're going to get one double-breasted blazer, this is it—the classic navy color and in a weight that you can wear year round. Measurements, per the following link of how to...
I think it's fine, although I wouldn't go any "busier" with the tie. But because you're pairing it with a classic charcoal suit and white shirt (hope it's a moderate-spread collar and not a button down, to look dressier) I think you'll be fine.   Several other tips:   1. Enter the room with your jacket buttoned--just the top button if it's a two-button coat, or the middle button if it's a three-button version.   2. Unbutton the coat when you sit down, and re-button...
I wouldn't worry about the color of the pants; I'd worry about the shoes. I don't wear navy shoes, and wouldn't even consider them, with the possible exception of some sort of deck shoe. Maybe just a personal quirk, but to me, blue dress shoes--even tasseled ones--are just plain weird.
For gosh sakes, they're a pair of casual shoes, not a suit or tie. Who cares what we say? If you like red, get the red; if you like gray, get the gray. Don't overthink it. Remember...it's just a pair of athletic shoes, not a big deal.
Finding 14 ½ x 32 dress shirts is hard enough. And finding great quality and classic style at an unbelievably low price is practically impossible. Until now.   I have 7, count ‘em, 7 dress shirts in perfect condition from Brooks Brothers and Ralph Lauren. All are 100% cotton, with a moderate spread collar—the perfect core shirts for any man’s wardrobe. New, these shirts would be $90+ a piece; I’m selling them for only $15 each.   I have the following available (I’ve...
Not totally sure, but you might be able to have that small area rewoven. Find a dry cleaners that does reweaving (they do it all the time on sweaters with moth holes, for example). They'll take a few threads from under a sleeve/under the bottom hem where they won't show, and use them to reweave the trouble spot. In your case, it's so small that the cost should be very modest.
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