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The UK, mercifully, does not have second hand shops in the US way. Working in an embassy would surely prompt you to dress properly to represent your country -= or do you keep the door?
Normally one would agree with that combination but that suit is dire and fit only for burning and the shoes too light.
Just buy in India - at the price it is not worth the effort to send. In any event, the Indian garment will such that it will be such that you "don't have to worry about getting spoiled."
Such perfect button holes as you suggest seem more likely to have been machine made, the human eye and hand is more likely to have imperfections, similarly with pick stitching.
There is an explanation -industrial pressing.
Just use search to find the extensive discussions on this - no need for yet another thread, views will certainly be no less strident. By the way, burn it. Chauffeurs normally wear charcoal grey.
he seems to get bored with things: he started to offer MTM but then that disappeared without trace, how long will this last I wonder?
If it is genuinely bespoke rather than MTM, take it back to the tailor for his attention. Industrial pressing of this type may well have undone his iron work.
For goodness sake, I would worry about your skills as a doctor if you need to ask about dress. Try a suit or, if you don't have one, a decent pair of trousers and a blazer. For reference it has been asked many times - probably three times every week in fact - you would finding 'search' or Style Forum 101 illuminating.
Slim may have a place for a few young people, it does not for the majority.
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