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Posts by GBR

You won't find much love for some of these shirts here, tucked or untucked. Ironing them would also be preferred. These are things which are frequently seen on the streets.
It is an item of costume and you must either find an theatrical costumier to make you one or else a bespoke tailor.
Buy what suits YOU.
Try to avoid the waist coat unless you really must. Many functions are unbearably hot: You will be unable to remove your coat for obvious reasons and the waist coat will simply compound the problem. Going without the waist coat will cause a problem as the coat will need to be bigger to wear over it, when you do not wear the waist coat if will fit badly. Suits/evening dress are two piece or three piece so trying to use one to cover both does not work.
Try posting in the correct forum, such rags have no place here. Street wear and Denim is where this goes.
Two very different garments and one is not a substitute for the other. If you only have two suits stick with the basics, cheap or otherwise.
I would have to agree that you can wear brogues with jeans but really only with dark blue jeans when the occasion is casual but needs a twist of formality - say dinner in a decent restaurant where trousers would be OTT. you might wear them to accompany a blazer and jeans. For day to day use - no!
Why buy something if you do not have anything to wear with it - seems unbelievably daft.
Cleaning then 2/3 times a year will have taken a serious toll on them. you should only clean suits if you spill your lunch on them, else clean the chain of your bicycle when wearing one. Given the sad lives that they have led and the mistreatment they have endured burning may well be a mercy for them.
Save your money. Doubtless there would be someone willing to take it from you but it is not known as den of such people.
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