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Constantinople and the Byzantine Millennium ( 330-1453 ) http://www.humanitieswest.org/currentConstant.html Feel free to PM me with any questions.
Those look like brown George Boots which are worn by the British Military on formal occasions: http://www.shoeandboot.co.uk/Sanders_George_.html Worn here with spurs: ( second picture) http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1381816/Royal-Wedding-2011-Prince-William-Harry-don-military-uniforms.html
Definitely can if one is a size 40R. If not, slim pickings.
Are the shirts returnable? They are over-priced and look cheap and trendy. Go for solid colors (not purple) and conservative stripes and checks. Don't worry too much whether they are slim enough. Shirts are easily and relatively inexpensive to alter. Here are some suggestions: http://www.shopthefinest.com/n-Category=Clothing&refine=y&Type=Shirts&page=1 ( do not refund, only store credit for...
Ba fondue !!
They also look cheap and a too "fashionable"
Asics Gel Cumulus or Nike Air Pegasus running shoes, in 9 4E
1. The claret tie would look fine w/ the blue suit., or the grey. 2. An odd vesti in grey with the blue suit might work, but I am afraid it could look costumey. One shouldn't upstage the Bride.
anyone think thinner lapels and thin (not skinny) ties are not good for a tall slim guy? maybe it exaggerates slimness? Yes, they do, as do narrow ties. I would opt for a 3 1/2 inch lapel at its' widest point. Also,narrow lapels will look very dated in the not too distant future. The SF parradigm, for what its' worth, the current bespoke examples from, Steed, NSM, Solito, etc. all have wider more classical lapels. Ticket pockets will make the jacket look more informal....
Perhaps intended for the Princess Pat's and/or the Vandoos who fought in Korea.http://www.frumforum.com/remembering-the-forgotten-war/
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