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Basically too late for this weekend, but in the future keep in mind that brown and light-colored suits (or jackets) generally aren't appropriate for evening events (though they're better than being the only one without a jacket).
Okay. Lots of typing for confirmation that never came. The plan sounds more reasonable than most. The parts that stand out the worst are the seeming 5-shirt first order (that's somewhat risky), the modification of many jeans (getting rid of some and replacing a few with other brands would make more sense), and not upgrading the overly DKNY tie collection. Underlying message: brand variety is part of almost any good wardrobe.
It was a truthful comment about the forum. People just aren't learning much. Much copying of trends instead, in this case slim-fit. (Interesting as to why slim-fit is so desired. It's probably more than just conformity.)Adding slightly to the pants width wouldn't make them wide-legged. Even if the legs were less bowed, the pictured cut wouldn't be flattering, bringing out hips that are relatively wide (should have said yesterday, add to the hips measurement). And pelvic...
An unfortunate example of things Style Forum should teach but doesn't.The pants need to be slightly wider to disguise the bow legs (probably would need a remake), and the seat is too tight.
Mix in a few brands for suits (no black, please). Hugo Boss is okay to include, if it wells. (Study fit on this forum. It's one of the site's strong points, despite a slim-fit bias.) Maybe the biggest non-weight issue is where to buy (or at least try on) quality business clothes and shoes in Arkansas. Buying unfamiliar big items online should be a last resort.
[After reading more closely] Since the tailor would be making the items, the possibility of blacks not matching is low. People probably could argue endlessly about the look of French cuffs vs. single cuffs, but the former would have more utility after the wedding.
French cuffs. The answer to the vest color question was vague. It should only be black if the vest is bought as part of a set that includes the tuxedo. Otherwise, there might be slight color differences between the pieces and unappealing aesthetic results.
Buckle = monk straps? No, they're not formal. There's an article about belts on the site below. Solid black belt with solid brown shoes (or vice versa) is terrible, but matching is not required in most situations. Dark brown is a bit more versatile than burgundy, if only because it is more subtle. A possible problem with burgundy is what's vaguely called colors pushing each other apart. For example, burgundy bringing out the blue in blue pants. The lower half of the male...
He has a point - the medical community probably does not know whether long-term testosterone therapy is safe. Think of the information that has come out about long-term estrogen therapy. One possibility is the body reacting badly if therapy were ended in not a precise way. There are other ways to boost T, such as vitamin D, zinc, some kinds of exercise, and more/better sleep.
Most people don't want to deal with a modest amount of information like that. Then some of them wonder what's the point of going to an image consultant Many guys without much style knowledge do virtually nothing due to lack of confidence or have too much confidence and make bad mistakes. He did right by asking for help.
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