Originally Posted by Ich_Dien
It's an improvement over wearing a noose around your neck or heavy fugly looking uncomfortable laceup wingtips (the official shoe of cubicle dwelling drones and...
Originally Posted by Poloboy
You a complete jackass for making your statement.
Why is it always the lower classes who are attached to these antiquated ideas about dress?Perhaps it may be that they never wore...
Originally Posted by williamson
PLEASE, a trench-coat is by definition double-breasted and belted. Single-breasted raincoats are NOT trench-coats! Many point this out, but few take notice.
Yeah, and a true...
Originally Posted by VinnyMac
...$30 or less. Personally, I don't see a reason to pay more than that. 99.9% of the time, no one can tell the difference, and in my opinion, the impact of "higher quality" on a...
Originally Posted by BareSolid
Just noticed that you already answered the fit question.
What colour did you get? I notice they offer both 'beige' and 'stone', but which is the traditional trench coat...
Originally Posted by razl
I find myself liking the idea of a burgundy jacket but am struggling with what to wear with it. If it's a dark enough hue, maybe dark gray trousers, but then what for a shirt? White seems...
Originally Posted by NORE
Issues like this is why I've ditched AE and ponied up some real cash to get some real shoes
Well since the average man in the US spends $70-80 on shoes, I'd say that 5x as much for an...