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Consider 'The Cad and the Dandy' in London - there have been good reports of this firm.
I have some suits with two pairs, more normally now I would have one pair with braces, one with belt.
The Mafioso rarely wish to be identified.
Wear whatever (or nothing) you want. It matters not to anyone else. It does not even register on a formality scale
You need to spend far more than that so that when it looks older its quality shows through such that people do not think of it as some old suit which is neither fashionable nor something to be cherished. YOU will also need to have become an academic to get away with such a thing in a business world. If you don 't it will do you no good whatever in the eyes of those you might hope to influence. Rethink your basic premise.
Get rid of the tie, completely wrong - the suit does not look so wonderful that "accessorising" it would be of benefit.
That crumpled horror of a shirt is quite unsuitable to wear with a suit even in the most informal of circumstances. Stick to sold blues, greys, pinks or even white although that might be too formal. In fact I would suggest you burn that shirt and certainly do not replace it with a another button down of any colour.
Don't try too hard, the woman (or man) will not thank you for being the odd man out.
Indeed so: Having seen at at close quarters it looks dreadful even for its intended purpose.EliodA is not to be disappointed on this occasion - just burn it.
No to the first question and I would not expect to see someone wearing this at any law firm that worked for me.
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