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Thanks. The wedding will be in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam so wearing light-colored jacket won't be a problem. I'm just mainly looking for a color and style that matches my bride's kimono.
Hey guys! So, I'm getting married! My wife-to-be, who is obviously Japanese, is gonna wear this kimono at the wedding. I'm gonna wear a tux. What color and style should I pick for my tux to not look out of place next to her? The ceremony will be indoor. Ivory jacket + black pants like this (but with one button instead) or a traditional black tux like this Or any other thoughts? I'm up for all non-conservatives ideas. (FWIW, our wedding color scheme is the...
Well, he's wearing BOTH a pocket watch and a wrist watch for one.
Really miss my suit wearing days *sigh*. Couple months ago in Moscow.
Good fits all around, gents. I'm really jealous of those of you who live in cold climates. Since I've moved back to Saigon, I can't layer up anymore. Boring shirt+slacks every freaking day.
You're welcomed. I was thinking about getting 6 pairs, too, but then I would have to buy 3 more pairs of shoes, which kind of defeats the whole purpose of saving money,
Club collar for me. I love the look (for non-business occasions, of course).
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