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  Well done mate!   Here's a great video about British sartorial style:   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2WDnukuUc84
  Word.   I did OK with shoes, but not with shirts.
I haven't owned denim jeans for 20 years (46 years old now) -  just didn't like the feel of them.   But I have informal pants such as chinos and corduroys. Nothing wrong with jeans at the right time though, and I'm probably getting a pair soon.
    Is this band any good?  http://www.amazon.com/JBW-Just-Bling-JB-24mmSILV_DBRN-Crocodile-Butterfly/dp/B004GTL7F8/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_top
I've only been reading SF for a month of two and have already seen this question several times.  You could use the search function and add your question (if different) to existing threads.
I feel bad being too negative, but I got six times from thetiebar recently and returned several of them.  Of the two knit ties, one was quite nice and the other way to thin (in terms of knit - width was accurate) and flimsy.  The good one had "knarrow" in its name.   I'm not experienced with high-quality ties, and yet even I could notice one of these was not good.   I'll buy from them again - for the price their stuff is good.  But I plan on returning stuff I...
You can wear blue pants with a blue blazer, but they've got to be clearly different or exactly the same - not close in color. Close looks like a mistake.
  The only thing I don't like about suits is dry cleaning costs. Oh, and that with my body it's hard to find reasonably-priced dress shirts that are not too loose around the body but are fit my neck right to wear a tie. 
I put orthotics in Bass and Sebago loafers no problem.
  Well said.
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