Originally Posted by JLibourel
Imperishable Los Angeles tailoring icon and impresario Jack Taylor is a big promoter of one-button suits and (I presume) jackets.
They're a little offbeat but certainly sartorially acceptable...at least in my opinion.
I actually picked up a Jack Taylor one button peak lapel suit at a local thrift a few months ago.
Originally Posted by Farmgate
Mate......I'm only going to the clubs to keep up with the 20 Somethings at business conferences. Maybe I should stay at the hotel bar and eat peanuts??
At 45+ you should be a big dog in your industry (whatever that may be). The 20 somethings should be trying to keep up with you, not the other way around.
You'll be fine with what you plan to wear. I go to the opera once or twice a season. In California (Los Angeles), you will see some people in formal attire but the overwhelming majority will just wear sportcoats and chinos. Many people wear jeans.
Since you're attending a rehearsal, the dress code is even more lax.
Originally Posted by kylelovesyou
A little something I picked up from a fellow forumite. The oiled soles look so lovely, overall these look to be a really excellent casual shoe, particularly with denim.
About the shoe (from the site):
73034 REVERSED CHAMOIS RANGER MOC IN TOBACCO
The Ranger Moc design originated in Maine nearly 100 years ago as a light weight hand-sewn Indian moccasin. Alden of New England...