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All of these verbose replies are making it really difficult to slot in snarky one liners.   That briefcase is uncomfortably good looking. But, have you considered how it will affect your ability to be taken seriously by your clients? That appears to be bridle leather, which surely conveys you are a little stiff. Calf would have conveyed a certain softness and relatability. The inclusion of both handles and a strap screams indecisiveness. The brown colour implies...
That's all you'd ban? How liberal of you, I'd be far more authoritarian. 1) All lapels will be measured at door and three strikes system will apply for anything less than 3 inches.2) Shoes too pointy will be used to poke your eyes as a lesson. Shoes too blunt will be used to club you over the head.3) Any "Boss" or "Hermes" belts will be used to implement 20 lashes. Unless of course you're into that sort of thing, in which case I will make constant empty threats to lash you...
Did you study Vietnamese history at the University of Hanoi?
Lachyzee's workplace has a strict Luxire policy. Leather tie travel kits also standard issue.
I cringe at the thought of how I used to wear a spotted pocket square along with pointy aquilas/florsheims.
Ah damn JM beat me to it.
These blokes have been clearly paying attention to D'Marge styling tips:http://www.smh.com.au/executive-style/style/men-to-fashions-fore-on-derby-day-20141103-11fuij.html?aggregate=
I am hoping to head to Paris early next year and number one on my to visit list is Septime Lageur.
http://pickstitches.tumblr.com/post/69559108727/mens-suits-in-australia
Well they do call it "camo" for a reason.
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