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I think I would not wear a velvet blazer under daylight, I intend to wear it at night when go to a restaurant. I only have a black silk bowtie and a wool paisley navy/burgundy/light green. I'm considering to buy a burgundy or navy velvet bow tie. But before it arrived, may I wear that wool paisley bow tie with my dark green velvet blazer?
Should I wear a dark green velvet blazer with a velvet bowtie or a silk bowtie, and which color should work well with this blazer (combined with white crisp shirt, charcoal grey trousers, black.brown shoes)?
Yes Sir, it's an interview for construction management job, will take place in Korea, I heard that Korean pay a lot of attention to appearance.
Surprisingly I realise that I have no black oxford or derby shoes left because I gave two black oxford pairs for my friends as gifts and now I'm going to an interview. I have only two black pairs in wardrobe but one is a Chelsea boot and the last one is a plain toe single monkstrap shoes. But I still have a few lace up shoes such as a dark brown cap toe oxford and a burgundy full brogue derby (apart from several double, single brown, tan monkstrap and brown, burgundy...
Sorry if I make you confused, I had only one plain white PS and it's gone. I buy another online but it seems stuck somewhere. I have several other PS but all are paisley, small dot etc.
Since I lost my only white pocket square and the other one might not come on time, I think I'll follow your suggestion, no square.
Could I fold a pocket square in 1 or 3 points style to go to an job interview, or I must use straight fold?   Thanks.
Firstly, I'd say my apolpgy for asking this question here. I have no chukka boot until now, so I have decided to buy one but I'm wondering between a C&J Tetbury (yes I'm influenced by Daniel Craig in 007) and EG Silverstone or G&G Arran.    Aesthetically, I prefer the EG Silverstone or G&G Arran, but I'm not sure that they're worth paying more $500 or so in comparison with the C&J Tetbury.   Hope I can have your help, erudite SF members.
Thank you, it's burnt pine.
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